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    Senior Member cosmic_ape's Avatar
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    Polytune for me. Will buy a Turbo Tuner in the future to see what the fuzz is about

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    Accurate enough for(home use) intonation, nice large (and bright display) and I can plug in two guitars (pedal also has two footswitches).

    Does the job well.
    Alex

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    Been using the Strobostomp for years. If it ever dies, or if I get a peculiar urge, I'd probably replace it with the Polytune Mini.
    --Garrett--

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    I had the Boss TU-2 and then switched to the TC poly mini to get a liitle extra space on pedal board and it has worked great.
    My name is Matt and I'm a guitarholic

    1994 McCarty; 2010 Charcoal Burst Modern Eagle Quatro; 2012 Fire Red Burst Signature Limited;2012 Charcoal Buster Siggy ( PTC Modified ); 2012 Vintage Burst Stripper; 2012 Charcoal 408 Standard w/ Crackwood; 2012 NOS ME1 Tiger Eye

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    Peterson Strobostomp. I also have the clip, and it's good for acoustic tuning. I have to say that their customer service is great.

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    Korg Pitchblack +. Love it.
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    My son came by yesterday and picked up his SE Semi-Hollow and his Polytune.
    I miss the tuner so much I just got back from the PRS dealership and picked up one for myself.
    Probably take the Peterson off the pedal board, it is little overkill for me, or I will just use the Polytune off to the side when I do not feel like using the whole board.

    PS, looked at the PRS P24 while I was there, beautiful finish on it.
    I am waiting for the 408 Maple Top to come in, then I will play it.
    Might be what I pick up next year, not sure yet.

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    BOSS TU-3. I need the buffer for my large pedalboard. It works great in all lighting conditions too.

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