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Korg Pitchblack Poly

Tuner/Pitch Pipe/Tuning Fork from Korg belonging to the Pitchblack Tuners series.

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Public price: $99 incl. VAT

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Korg Pitchblack PolyPublished on 04/29/14 at 05:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Size tuner pedal True Bypass, superb screen Quartz mode instead of as small LED on the TC Electronic Polytune (that I have seen that I have two amps)
An external power supply output more not lose your power supply socket block
The PolyTune as the TC Electronic mode is not 100% accurate it is just to check quickly, I live not grant this mode I done the old, convenient option against j ' have a gap between the two tuners when I switch from one to the other, after which sounds more just there ... bah
Aside from the housing is plastic, it's still a great product
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" For the stage"

Korg Pitchblack PolyPublished on 12/26/13 at 09:07
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True bypass tuner, quick at detection, accurate and high visibility for guitar or bass, PolyTune system to provide several strings simultaneously. Flat tuning / Capo until -5 semitones seven semitone tuning and Drop D. Four modes for displaying the tuning. The display is clearly visible even with the lights on stage. By activating the tuner signal is cut out to match in silence. The activation switch is flexible and works perfectly.
Being able to give all the strings at the same time saving time in concert. A little more integrated tuner: taking out 9v to power a pedal.
Two small negative things, finally I quibble: no opportunity to hear tuning mode and there is a very slight......
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True bypass tuner, quick at detection, accurate and high visibility for guitar or bass, PolyTune system to provide several strings simultaneously. Flat tuning / Capo until -5 semitones seven semitone tuning and Drop D. Four modes for displaying the tuning. The display is clearly visible even with the lights on stage. By activating the tuner signal is cut out to match in silence. The activation switch is flexible and works perfectly.
Being able to give all the strings at the same time saving time in concert. A little more integrated tuner: taking out 9v to power a pedal.
Two small negative things, finally I quibble: no opportunity to hear tuning mode and there is a very slight difference between the tuning mode and poly rope rope.
For less than 60 € is really a great product.
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  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: Pitchblack Poly
  • Series: Pitchblack Tuners
  • Category: Tuners/Pitch Pipes/Tuning Forks
  • Added in our database on: 01/19/2012

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