# Smallest Multi-Temperament Tuner
# 1/10 Cent Accurate
# Smooth, Real-Time Display
# Alternate Temperament Presets (Including Buzz Feiten Tuning System®)
# Includes Eastern Temperament Presets
# Drop/Capo Setting
# Adjustable Key
# 28 Exclusive Peterson Sweeteners™/Temperaments
# Adjustable Concert A Reference: 400Hz to 490Hz
# Auto Sleep And Power Off For Battery Saving
# Low Power Consumption
# Virtual Strobe™ Patented Technology
Though peterson entered the world of clip on tuners quite late. This has got to be one of the better ones I've ever tried. Yes it's a bit pricey, and it comes with super fancy packaging, and the quality of the clip on tuner itself isn't very good. It's on par with the other $20 clip on tuners you'll see, all made of plastic, all with plastic batter compartments that are weird to flip out without feeling like you're gonna wreck the whole thing.
The LED is, to me, not bright enough. Other tuners have way brighter and visible displays, I don't know what it is with manufacturers and the LEDs, it needs to be ULTRA bright for stage! This one is not.
However, in terms of tuning. I have to say this is one of the most sensitive clip on tuners I've ever used, which I like. It depends on the player but this is good for me and it's simple. I've been using Peterson tuners for over 5 years now and haven't used anything since I switched over. So I'm happy to see that there's finally a quick clip-on version of this! I used to use all pedal tuners before and now I don't even have to have a tuner on my board or anywhere in my guitar chain! I can just simply bring this little baby with me and take it off whenever. Saves space on my board, costs less and can tune literally EVERYTHING.
It's near perfect. I just wish the LED was brighter and the construction was sturdier, though I'm crossing my fingers now cause I actually haven't had any problems thus far.
I use StroboClip complement my guitar tuner, a TC Electronic PolyTune. This mode of operation "strobe" requires some time to adapt to conventional tuners. I still have a bit of trouble to give me quickly as I can do with PolyTune. I think the reason is very simple: StroboClip is much more accurate than the PolyTune. This is why I keep my PolyTune, which allows me necessary to check that all is well in my tuning and make a quick correction. The StroboClip is especially useful for fine adjustments in my case.
Besides accuracy, another advantage is its StroboClip panel "sweeteners" that can be used with many instruments, a ukulele in my case. This is also a very versatile tuner.
Level build quality and ease of use, the only complaint I have is that the clip seems a little light on the long term. The StroboClip is very light and can remain on the head of a guitar without any worries. The StroboClip comes in a metal box for safe transport.