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Small footprint, highly visible.
With its ultrabright display, groundbreaking polyphonic tuning mode, insanely fast and accurate strobe tuner and an unfathomably small enclosure, the Polytune Mini 2 pedal will serve as a massive upgrade for your pedalboard while claiming very little of your precious pedalboard real estate.
Attuned to Your Board
Staying in tune is without a doubt the most important thing in music, but that doesn't mean that a tuner should take up valuable space on your pedalboard. With PolyTune 2 Mini you don't just get a small tuner, you get the smallest polyphonic tuner in the world. So besides getting a super-fast and precise tuner, you also get more room for more gear. It's the pedal that just keeps on giving.
Guided by the Light
As if cramming TC Electronic's award winning PolyTune technology into this tiny enclosure wasn't enough, they've also managed to cram 109 ultra-bright LEDs into a miniature display to make sure that no matter what the situation, you will get an instant and clear readout on whether you're in tune or not. And you know what that means ... less time tuning and more time for rockin'!
By transferring the ultra-precise chromatic strobe tuner from the Polytune 2 to this highly compact enclosure, TC Electronic's engineers actually managed to get +/- 0.1 cent of tuning accuracy. So whether you just need a quick tune-up on stage or want to setup your intonation with incredible precision, Polytune 2 Mini has you covered.
Power supply sold separately.
Order today and stay in tune tomorrow.
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Comments about TC Electronic Polytune Mini 2 Pedal Tuner:
I have the larger one on my full board, this was put on a small, grab and go I use with a little combo amp. It is very quick and seems accurate although the strumming all strings thing doesn't work in my view. It will show all strings in tune. Do them one at a time and you will often find that's not the case. It is not as accurate as my Peterson Strobe, which I use for setting intonation. It's great for tuning on the fly.
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