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( 4.6/5 based on 57 reviews )
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  • redgratredgrat

    good pedal but the service leaves to be desired

    Korg PitchblackPublished on 03/15/12 at 08:06
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    three months down

    some one boss digitech zoom etc

    the display is accurate fortunately for a tuner
    the less it there's no safety in the auxiliary circuit for powering other pedals vo

    no I do not remake this choice!
  • Paul IronPaul Iron

    Not bad at all

    Korg PitchblackPublished on 11/03/14 at 23:38
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    I bought this tuner there 2-3 weeks without trying thousands of tuner pedal format prior models.

    Frankly it does the job, it is accurate, clearly visible in the dark, and not too bulky. The case looks solid and it is a reference in the field.

    Frankly if it takes over the long term it is a small ultra-profitable investment.

    The value for money is good.

    I recommend it!
  • Matosman59Matosman59

    Excellent

    Korg PitchblackPublished on 06/05/14 at 06:50
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    I used the last 4 years, and c is what is best in terms of pedal tuning.

    It is not the poly stuff that does not work great. Here we are talking about a very precise tuning.

    Very visible in the dark.

    Bass or guitar.
  • OgmorOgmor

    Korg PitchblackPublished on 02/07/14 at 05:08
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    I bought it recently, because after 10 years of music, I thought it was time to buy a tuner! In fact, I already had a small "clip on" korg (we put on the head of the handle and takes vibration), but unte hand, although it was not clear very fast and therefore not practical for the scene, and on the other hand, with this kind of tuner you can not adjust the intonation of a guitar.
    The Pitchblack is the perfect area for me it all: very fast, you are not forced to mutate each string has one and wait for the tuner gets back his emotions after each string, and the indication is stable, the diodes will not panic before analyzing the note played correctly. In my opinion, no need of poly (same pr…
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    I bought it recently, because after 10 years of music, I thought it was time to buy a tuner! In fact, I already had a small "clip on" korg (we put on the head of the handle and takes vibration), but unte hand, although it was not clear very fast and therefore not practical for the scene, and on the other hand, with this kind of tuner you can not adjust the intonation of a guitar.
    The Pitchblack is the perfect area for me it all: very fast, you are not forced to mutate each string has one and wait for the tuner gets back his emotions after each string, and the indication is stable, the diodes will not panic before analyzing the note played correctly. In my opinion, no need of poly (same price), we agree very quickly with this one. And then poly, for the same price, is more complex, I think that simplicity is synonymous with reliability ^ ^
    Noveau building, the case is metal and feels solid, only the underside of the pedal is plastic, but in general, it is not too tortures this partly. The switch is very soft and feels solid. As for the display, I find it very readable, and it seems bright enough, even during the day. Then, if we play outside with the sun shining above, maybe it's embarrassing, but it does not happen to me right now ^ ^
    It is true bypass, no staining sound. The whole seems to me very well built, the tuner works very well, the price is reasonable (58 euros), it seems to me to be a great value.
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  • EяяаtomEяяаtom

    Perfect

    Korg PitchblackPublished on 12/31/13 at 08:14
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    The +
    . reagent
    . visible

    The -
    . nothingness
  • ArnowisArnowis

    Perfect

    Korg PitchblackPublished on 12/10/13 at 09:20
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    Perfect tuner, very accurate.
  • crispycatbluescrispycatblues

    Just perfect

    Korg PitchblackPublished on 12/01/13 at 02:06
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    Great to put on line in the rack of pedals, and to agree between songs, thanks to the bypass.
    Aprciable accuracy and highly visible LEDs in the dark.
    I recommend strongly.
  • shukran33shukran33

    solid and does the job

    Korg PitchblackPublished on 11/26/13 at 03:56
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    Many right things have been said about the technical part, do not bother to add more.

    I just plussoie the fact that this is a very good tuner, solid and reassuring, practical in all circumstances ... a must have
  • myfender73myfender73

    Korg PitchblackPublished on 10/09/13 at 12:29
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    perfect tuner, very precise, very visible in the dark, on stage, bypass, everything is there! pus and it is tough! (I photographed the pedalboard slash and it has the same!)
  • Looney TonesLooney Tones

    Well done job

    Korg PitchblackPublished on 09/21/13 at 15:53
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    Very good tuner for the stage, visible and ultra simple.
    My choice fell on that one because it was a bit cheaper than the BOSS.
    Small flat, which is not even one for my use, but in principle it's not top: It is supposed to be able to power other pedals cascade when it is plugged into AC power adapter. This feature has never worked. It does not change me much, because I have a supply of good size for my pedals, but I like that unit operates in full when it is new.
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