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Wonderbugg
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11/21/2011 12:53 pm
I have just restarted after a 13 yer forced hiatus. As a result, I've had to restart getting all my gear. I've landed a cube 30 mini amp and a Washburn Renegade guitar, but I'm having a heck of a time finding a tuner that will allow different tunings. this one does standard very nicely, but nothing for 1/2 step, full-step or Drop D. anyideas on a decent one that won't break the bank?
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hunter1801
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11/21/2011 7:55 pm
Depends what you mean by "breaking the bank". What's your budget?

http://www.turbo-tuner.com/
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11/22/2011 12:21 am
Well, I work for a living and have a J-O-B, which means I'm 'Just-over-broke'. Took me 7 months to save up for a used Washburn Renegade and 5 more for a Cube 30 amp. $129 would take about 4 months to save up.
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11/22/2011 6:29 am
So then what are you looking to spend?
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11/22/2011 11:43 am
I just use my standard tuner and tune to the notes (E to D# etc). I have the Korg Pitchblack. Cost about $90.
...so ever since then, I always hang on to the buckle.
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11/22/2011 2:00 pm
Originally Posted by: Wonderbugg... anyideas on a decent one that won't break the bank?

http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/CA40
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11/29/2011 1:49 am
I personally think that BOSS tu2 and TC Poly tune will be the great choices too.

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12/07/2011 4:28 pm
Might be a little late with this post but I just bought a Peterson Clip-on tuner. I have 3 others that are good also but this seems to be my go to tuner. Very accurate and simple to use, good price, and worth every penny. You will not be disappointed. Comes in a nice case to protest it also
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