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Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300
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  • pdc06pdc06

    Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Published on 10/15/09 at 12:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I will abound in the direction of certain notices below the pedals is bad and not worth not even a small investment.
    I bought the pedals because I was tired of having to give me even on Amplitube to play out on a real amp.
    It is slow and recognizes the the low E when she has time. But the purpose of a tuner is given, and the famous low E, it is often difficult and time consuming.
    I bought from a Fender PT-100, there's no photo: faster and more prcis. Him how it does its job.
  • M-RickM-Rick

    Very good for its price

    Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Published on 08/16/11 at 03:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this pedal for 6 months envoron. I have read many negative things about this tuner, and I do not share these views. She is definitely the the job, I had to change the battery only last week after six months and use 2-3 times a week again (this is super easy contrary to what I read! Must that's it and it takes 20 seconds!)

    In short, only minor drawbacks: the blue light "Pete" really strong, true, and the low E is 2 to 3 seconds to be recognized on an electro (on an electric, it is immediate).

    Strength level, maybe if we jump on it, is the case .. but it's a pedal tuner, a bass drum pedal!

    I would definitely do it again this election.
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    I use this pedal for 6 months envoron. I have read many negative things about this tuner, and I do not share these views. She is definitely the the job, I had to change the battery only last week after six months and use 2-3 times a week again (this is super easy contrary to what I read! Must that's it and it takes 20 seconds!)

    In short, only minor drawbacks: the blue light "Pete" really strong, true, and the low E is 2 to 3 seconds to be recognized on an electro (on an electric, it is immediate).

    Strength level, maybe if we jump on it, is the case .. but it's a pedal tuner, a bass drum pedal!

    I would definitely do it again this election.
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  • npy182npy182

    Dazzling ...

    Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Published on 05/04/10 at 07:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    He bought some time ago because I needed a tuner for the stage, I had turned Behringer, saying "a cheap tuner, it should still give yourself."

    Indeed it gives without too much trouble for a guitar, for cons I recommend for low because the higher the score, the lower the recognition time of the note is long. Moreover, it is also a time for the E string of the guitar (even worse in drop C).

    His second fault is the LED indicating that the tuner is active. From a very pretty blue, it is located just below the leds tuning. The problem? it is much too powerful! Thus, it is difficult and painful to focus on the LEDs indicating the tuning of the guitar being dazzled by the light blue ..

    In sh…
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    He bought some time ago because I needed a tuner for the stage, I had turned Behringer, saying "a cheap tuner, it should still give yourself."

    Indeed it gives without too much trouble for a guitar, for cons I recommend for low because the higher the score, the lower the recognition time of the note is long. Moreover, it is also a time for the E string of the guitar (even worse in drop C).

    His second fault is the LED indicating that the tuner is active. From a very pretty blue, it is located just below the leds tuning. The problem? it is much too powerful! Thus, it is difficult and painful to focus on the LEDs indicating the tuning of the guitar being dazzled by the light blue ..

    In short, I would do this only if I absolutely need a pedal tuner and 20 € in my pocket, because it is his job anyway. I recently replaced by the new electronic PolyTune TC, a true wonder!
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  • coolzappcoolzapp

    Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Published on 01/19/11 at 03:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for several weeks.

    I'm not really looking to try several models, I know it's far from the best pedal tuner market but it does its job and it makes me more than enough for now! Especially as the price of the pedals tuner is a tuner Uh ... what, do not bother to make them pay 80 € because you can turn them on!

    So I appreciate this bin is that it does its job, I admit it's not super responsive but slow enough to see the final AC grants and that's what counts right?

    I made that choice knowingly, so yes I do it again because this choice not want to invest in a pedal more expensive at the moment, this is not my priority.

    In summary, if you want a pedal that gives a low price go f…
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    I use it for several weeks.

    I'm not really looking to try several models, I know it's far from the best pedal tuner market but it does its job and it makes me more than enough for now! Especially as the price of the pedals tuner is a tuner Uh ... what, do not bother to make them pay 80 € because you can turn them on!

    So I appreciate this bin is that it does its job, I admit it's not super responsive but slow enough to see the final AC grants and that's what counts right?

    I made that choice knowingly, so yes I do it again because this choice not want to invest in a pedal more expensive at the moment, this is not my priority.

    In summary, if you want a pedal that gives a low price go for it in the end she does what is asked;)



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    doing his job ..
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  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Published on 12/03/08 at 17:55
    (Originally written by psychofanfan/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    The low E string is hardly recognized and I have to hit the string really hard in order for it to be detected by the tuner. It's a really lousy pedal!
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