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TC Electronic Polytune 2 Pedal Tuner
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- New super fast precise strobe mode with +/- 0.1 cent accuracy
- New retina-scorchingly bright diplay
- Improved analog circuit
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PolyTune 2 - the Evolution of a Revolution! We've taken all that is awesome about our smash hit PolyTune and fine-tuned perfection with the addition of a ridiculously accurate (0.1. cent) ultra-fast strobe mode and a retina-scorchingly bright display that guarantees maximum visibility under all circumstances!
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-The simultaneous tuning option is kinda gimmicky. I use it to get me in the ballpark, and then I switch to Strobe mode to fine tune the problems exposed.
-The single-string modes respond quickly and crisply -- unlike the Boss pedals, which take a second to respond. That isn't cool when I'm on stage, between songs.
-Unlike the Boss, TC Polytune is true bypass. I don't know if that really matters in my set-up (2 other pedals), but at the same price as a Boss, why not?
-Easily handle non-standard tunings. (I play in Eb standard).
Great feel, fluid response, great pedal! HOLLER
It just doesn't make sense. Why have the button to set the number of flats low if you still show G#? I could do that by just tuning down until is says G#. And why take the little polytune dots away? How about leaving all the dots and have a little red dot show up in the bottom left corner for every flat I've chosen to tune down?
I was looking to "upgrade" from the TU-2 without breaking the bank... Pretty sure I struck gold! You can't beat 1/1000th of a cent accuracy for $100. In strobe mode, this thing makes intonating a breeze. Or at least as much of a breeze as it can be when you're dealing with flip-flopping climates.
I've only had this for about 8 hours and only got to use it for maybe an hour, but I can safely say, I'm never going back to Boss for tuners. TC makes some good stuff and this is part of the treasure trove!
I purchased this to replace a Peterson Strobostomp so that I could use the feature to check all my strings at once during shows for quicker tuning. I have found it to work great. The accuracy when you strum all strings is not as good as the strobe (0.1cent) but it is still plenty good enough for a quick tuning between songs. If you tune the individual strings the strobe feature is very good and sounds as accurate as the Peterson pedal to my ear. My only constructive criticism is that the LED strobe effect can be a little hard to read when moving slowly due to the LED display having the low resolution. However at that point you are already in tune within a fraction of a cent (well within the strum accuracy when testing all strings simultaneously. The footprint is also much smaller than the Peterson pedal I was using which is nice feature on my relatively compact board (pedal train junior).