Peterson Strobe Tuners offers Stomp Classic giveaway
(John Gorbe | Posted 2011-06-06)
The Peterson Companyís colorful history, spanning nearly sixty years, reflects a deep commitment to innovation as well as excellence in design, manufacturing, and customer service. In 1968, Petersonís first strobe tuner, the Model 400, was introduced--variations of which would become the world standard for precision tuning for bands, orchestras, stage musicians, and musical instrument manufacturers.
Artists such as Steve Bailey, Victor Wooten, Adrian Legg, Laurence Juber, Derick Sebastian and many others rely on Peterson Strobe tuners to tune their instruments. Now, they are looking to come to a stage near you by giving away three of their latest strobe tuner pedal creations, the Stomp Classic.
The Stomp Classic offers true bypass circuitry with Peterson's renowned built-in, fully adjustable, active DI, a host of Sweetened Tunings that include support for 7-string guitars, bass and even the Buzz Feiten Tuning System.
Unparalleled note detection and a high definition real-time strobe display resolution of 0.1 cent combined with a host of presets allowing for each instrumentís individual idiosyncrasies (including string deflection, interval spacing, harmonic nature and range), place the Stomp Classic in the top of its class among rival pedal tuners.
Enter to win at the Peterson Tuners Facebook page. There will be three grand prize giveaways of Stomp Classics (each valued at $299.00US) and three 2nd prize gifts of Peterson's iStroboSoft software for the iPhone and iPod. Full details and rules are can be viewed at their Facebook page.
The contest starts June 3rd, 2011 and ends on July 4rd, 2011. The winners will be announced on July 5th via the Peterson Tuners Facebook page.
"Our social media outlets allow us to connect with our customers in a more informal, conversational way and that's invaluable in building relations in today's industry," states Marshall Johns, Product Marketing Manager at Peterson. "We want to reward our fans who chime in our Facebook page and post pictures of their gigs and continue to strongly support our brand."