Peterson StroboStomp

May 18, 2005

The ultra rugged unit features a mutable balanced D.I. (XLR) out, 9-volt input and output jacks (for feeding another battery-powered device), true-bypass switching (only when the D.I. is switched off, however), and a ground-lift switch.

Using the StroboStomp is simply a matter or plugging in your guitar and twisting the pegs. The three-bar strobe display provides dead-on indication of your tuning status (and can be clearly seen even in bright sunlight), and it also reveals any harmonic inconsistencies that could signal it’s time for a string change and/or an intonation adjustment. The more tedious editing and programming steps will likely necessitate keeping the instructions handy (you’ll probably want to keep a pair of reading glasses nearby too, as the type is microscopic), but if you seek the most versatile tuner you can fit into a gig bag, or stick on a pedalboard, you’ll want to give the StroboStomp a try.

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