Your Peterson products may have additional functionality via Peterson Connect. Currently, Peterson Connect is only available within the Google Chrome browser.
Install Peterson Connect
In order to use the advance features of your Peterson Connect product, you will need to install an additional feature for Google Chrome.
By installing the Peterson Connect app for Google Chrome, you will allow the Peterson website to read and write data to Peterson devices through your computer's USB port.
This app will work inline with the Peterson website and does NOT launch independently.
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Plug in your Peterson device with a ( micro or mini ) USB cable.
Be sure that your USB cable is capable of data communication. Some USB cables are only made for charging.
It may then take a few minutes for your computer to install drivers ( first time only ). Your operating system needs to detect and install the USB device before this website can begin communicating with it.
Usually, your OS will play a sound upon connecting.
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"I got the name Slash because I used to work in a grocery store and I was in charge of reducing prices for really big sales."
Slash burst on to the scene in the late '80s as part of Guns 'n'Roses, heralded by many to be the saviours of the Hard Rock genre in a sea of Grunge. There followed some years fronting Slash's Snakepit, Velvet Revolver and numerous sessions to the stage he's at now, a bona fide guitar hero whose tools of the trade include a Les Paul Standard, a stack of Marshalls and a Peterson AutoStrobe.
Slash says: "Sometimes we tune down a half step for vocals. For some singers (especially rock & roll singers), it's easier [for them] to reach the notes. Sometimes it makes the tension on the string and drum heads a little bit looser. Mostly bands tune down to sound heavier. The lower the lowest note (within reason), the heavier, e.g. Black Sabbath, Soundgarden, Metallica".
$799.00 - $819.00
The Peterson AutoStrobe 490 is agreed by music students, technicians, and professionals to be the standard by which all tuners are measured. Only Peterson could bring you the kind of real- time intonation critical enough for ear training use. Enjoy hands-free note selection for fast, accurate tuning of instruments. Other companies may boast of their strobe tuner capabilities, but buyer beware! The AutoStrobe 490 is a truly stroboscopic mechanical tuner capable of fundamental and overtone display. Key features include mutable throughputs for in-line (yet silent) tuning during performances, automatic image clarity and contrast control which internally compensate for optimal viewing over a wide range of source pitch and volume, improved clarity for upper and lower register notes (our +2/-1 display feature shifts the strobe patterns into more visible middle ranges so that bass note patterns can be displayed two octaves higher and treble note patterns can be displayed one octave lower in strobe display), and easy transposition (strobe patterns appear at the correct note for Bb, F, and Eb instruments).
$1,048.00 - $1,068.00
The AutoStrobe 590 is THE preeminent mechanical strobe tuner for tone generation and metronome facilities. It combines both input instrument tone and audio standard reference tone at the output for simultaneous visual and audible tuning along with exceptional intonation training! The 590’s key features (automatic note tracking and audio tone generation capabilities) make it a favorite in the classroom, at the factory, or backstage. And as usual, only a Peterson can respond at the speed of light to display relative tuning information extracted from any audio source down to 0.1 of a cent (1/1000 of a semitone) accuracy! Finally, utilize automatic (hands-free) note selection for fast tune ups of instruments. Proudly made in the USA.
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SLASH - Real to Reel, Part 5 - Slash & Ace Talk Setting Up Slash's Guitar
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