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The TC PolyTune Mini and Noir in version 2

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TC Electronic PolyTune 2 Mini

Tuner/Pitch Pipe/Tuning Fork from TC Electronic belonging to the Polytune series.

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TC Electronic announces a new version for its PolyTune Mini and PolyTune Noir tuning pedals for guitar.

These versions 2 of the PolyTune Mini and Noir add to the initial models a stroboscopic mode and a brighter display, with the same number of LEDs as on the standard (non Mini) version.

You’ll also find on these v2 the true bypass, the Analog Dry-Through mode, the Poly and Mono display modes, the Drop D and Capo tuning modes as well as the LA frequency and the Total Recall setting saving feature.

The PolyTune 2 Mini has a suggested price of 79€, same for the PolyTune 2 Noir, and both pedals are expected this week at authorized dealers.

 

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