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Peterson StroboStomp Virtual Strobe Tuner Pedal and DI
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The Peterson StroboStomp Virtual Strobe Tuner Pedal and DI is the most accurate tuner you can find. Accuracy down to 0.1 cent (30 times that of LED/m...Read More
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A high-performance tuner with advanced capabilities.
The Peterson StroboStomp Virtual Strobe Tuner Pedal and DI is the most accurate tuner you can find. Accuracy down to 0.1 cent (30 times that of LED/meter tuners) and Peterson's virtual realtime virtual strobe display are just the tip of the iceberg. You also get enhanced tunings for instruments equipped with the Buzz Feiten System.
Housed within its rock-solid die-cast aluminum case are a host of features and capabilities that make this one of the most useful and powerful tuners available.
Modes include Peterson Custom guitar, bass, and 12-String, "sweetened" tunings. You also get a user-programmable tempered mode plus drop and capo tuning.
The StroboStomp lets you tune down 4 half steps and up to 3 capo positions without having to learn new note names.
The StroboStomp can be set to power up with your preferred settings, whether it's a whole tone drop based on A442.5 with Bb presets or a custom tuning in 0.1-cents increments!
You can run power through the StroboStomp to your 9V effects and it includes an active DI, allowing you to patch directly into a PA, console, or recording desk while a 1/4" jack lets you connect to your amp simultaneously. It also offers a true bypass that avoids the "tone sucking" effect that other pedal tuners produce.
- Realtime virtual strobe display technology
- Accuracy to 0.1 cent (30 time more accurate than LED/meter tuners)
- Presets for acoustic, electric and bass guitars fitted with the Buzz Feiten System
- Peterson custom guitar, bass, and 12-string "sweetened" tunings
- User-programmable tempered tunings
- Drop and capo tuning modes
- Powers up with your preferred settings
- Built-In active DI for acoustic and bass guitars with ground lift and XLR output socket
- Power-sharing 9V DC output for powering other 9V pedals
- 100% true bypass switching with heavy-duty stomp switch
- Quick-out 9V battery compartment
- LED status indicator
- Rock-solid die-cast aluminum construction
- Powers up with your preferred settings
Reviewed by 18 customers
This is a very nice tuner, when you?re a luthier, you need only the best to work on the best, so that's why my luthier has one! It's great. Honestly, I was a little taken back by the price at first but once I saw it in action, wow, VERY IMPRESSED! This is a very nice tuner and extremely accurate but be warned, it eats up the batteries like a beast so buy a 9 volt adapter if you can!
I've used the cheapest tuners since low-priced tuners first became available. They're OK, but they're too slow, especially when trying to tune the low B string on a 5-sring bass, and they are very difficult to see on a dark stage. I was a bit put off by the price of the Strobo Stomp, but I finally decided to try one. I am impressed. The display is very bright and big. Very easy to read. The response is quick. I watched it catch quarter notes at 120bpm, which is a lot better than "one-Misssissippi, two-Mississippi" counting I'd have to do with cheaper tuners.All in all, it's a great tuner. I haven't even started to check out all the other features, and I'm very impressed.
Love strobe tuners, they are so much more accurate than the LED and needle tuners. I had a quite good Boss TU-2 on my board, but missed the extra accuracy of the strobe. The strobostomp fits on the board, works great, and stomps on the (good) Boss TU-2. Not as strongly built as the Boss, but otherwise happy as a clam.
Worked great for a few days until the switch went bad.
I would not say this is not super durable, as I've seen the unpainted metal casing at NAMM, but I don't see why anyone would let this thing get beaten up anyway, with that large display. This isn't a wah wah pedal. The tuning is the most accurate I've encountered, and I've even been able to use it for setting my saddles. Highly recommended. The temperament settings are a plus, esp. since they're customizable. In the studio, without it, I'd have to tune to a piano.
This tuner is simply the best. Since I have a Tom Anderson Drop-Top Classic Electric (which comes with the Buzz Feiten Tuning System) and a Taylor 612-CE Acoustic (which I had retrofitted with the Buzz Feiten Tuning System), Peterson Strobe Tuners are the ONLY solution for accurate tuning. They're great for both setting intonation as well as tuning in the studio and onstage. I also use the Peterson VS-II Virtual Strobe Tuner. Since I've now found the VS-II and the StroboStomp I'll NEVER go back to using inaccurate LED tuners!
Feature wise it is simply a tuner so however its sweetened tuning modes based on the buzz feiten system are very nice. the quality seems great to me, I wish it didn't eat batteries like a monster but hey that LCD is super bright and it tracks quickly and accuratually. It's a great value and rates as the best tuner I've every used. No 10 in overall since it's not perfect but it's real close for a stompbox.
Same virtual strobe tuning quality, true bypass, mute, and an active DI to boot. Great!
Have had my unit for a week now. Wow. It's everything the mfgr. and reviews say it is. Discounting the few reviews where a button malfunctioned, this unit is well built and works fine. The other reviewers are right...you CAN intonate with this thing! I re-intonated two of my guitars in one night, quickly and accurately. And WHAT a difference when you are (nearly) 100% in accurate tune! It completely changes the tonal quality of the guitar...it chimes! No more tiny subharmonic dissonance that takes the edge off bar chords. No more "just a hair off" single string melodies. Is it worth the money? I don't know...how much is being beautifully and constantly in tune worth to you? To me, a pro, it's an investment in a quality performance without the nuisance of "tuning to the piano" or the "other guitar player." What if HE's out, too? Anyway, if you've got the clams, drop some on one of these. You won't regret it.
I just got this today and i must say i am glad i did. It is extremely accurate and the display is so bright and clear there is no way you can miss read whats on it. It is a little confusing to use at first if you are not used to the display but you will get the hang of it really quick. I would have liked to pay a little bit less but in the end I think it will be worth every penny I spent on it. Love the drop tuning functions.