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Planet Waves Tru-Strobe Pedal Tuner

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Price: $45.99

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Product Description

A heavy-duty, precision tuner that’s ideal in dark or bright settings.

The Planet Waves Tru-Strobe Pedal Tuner offers professional tuning accuracy in a rugged heavy-duty die-cast housing. The Tru-Strobe is a perfect tuning tool for live performance, recording, and for adjusting intonation.

Using the Planet Waves Tru-Strobe musicians can fine-tune any stringed instrument using the most clear-cut method on the market: the strobe. The tuner offers true strobe accuracy”not a simulation”that ensures precision tuning.

An easy-to-read, circular LCD interface displays a moving graphic showing variance between the input frequency and perfect pitch. When the indicator’s motion stops, your instrument is perfectly in tune to ±0.1 of a cent.

The versatile Tru-Strobe tuner boasts true bypass wiring with quiet switching, Buzz Feiten and drop-tuning presets, a wide calibration range, and the benefit of visibility both in full sunlight and on dark stages.

With its heavy-duty, die-cast design and convenient pedal housing, the new tuner is ideal for studio use or on the road”where accuracy competes with clutter, noise, and poor lighting. To that end, the readout is exceptionally bright compared to competing units. Its large back-lit LCD display is visible on dark stages and equally well in full sunlight.

The tuner also is graced with an extremely simple, user-friendly design to promote additional ease-of-tuning. Utilizing the Buzz Feiten Tuning System Offset for guitars to ensure tuning accuracy, Tru-Strobe also employs 6 de-tuning modes for players using drop-tunings. In addition, the tuner incorporates True Bypass wiring that will not affect the original instrument’s tone.

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