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By Mark Luljak on Wednesday, August 7, 2019
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Best tuner I've ever had, short of the strobe tuner built into the Kemper Profiler. This is supposed to be as accurate, and it seems to be in practise. I'm really surprised that it can be so accurate just from being clipped on the headstock, but it does an -amazing- job. The guitars seriously sound so much better when tuned with this, as opposed to my Korg GA-1. And I don't have to jack in, which is a huge plus! (Still love the Kemper inline always-on tuner when I'm jacked in, though!) Once you've had strobe, you never want to go back to anything else, in my opinion. Love this piece of kit. Absolutely essential, and great value for the money!

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By Joe Dzialak on Tuesday, July 23, 2019

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Plays 6-String Electric Guitar, 6-String Acoustic Guitar

By Rob Obstgarten on Monday, July 22, 2019
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Excellent tuner
Tried the rest this is the best
There’s no doubt

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By Jai Salvatori on Monday, July 15, 2019
Edited on Tuesday, July 16, 2019
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Plays 5 String Bass, Upright Bass, 6 String Bass, Double Bass, String Bass, Contrabass, 4 String Bass
An impressive tuner; The Peterson StroboClip surpasses my expectations. Pitch and Dynamic sensitivity are unmatched by any other clip-on tuners I have tried. Response time is very fast, even at barely audible levels.

No more fishing around the headstock on my 5-string bass guitar for response to different strings. The open low B takes only a few milliseconds to register. Chromatic pitch recognition is excellent. Harmonics and most fretted notes register equally. ...And while pinching-off a string at the 24th fret substantially deadens headstock vibration for any clip-on tuner, clipping the StroboClip onto the bridge or even a switch actuator, control knob, strap button or audio connector makes second octave intonation measurements quite possible.

For further testament to the StroboClip's sensitivity, it unexpectedly responds to faint harmonics inadvertently picked-off by my pizzicato fingers when muting a bass string, and this tuner responds to my bass guitar from open G on do ...

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