Boss TU-3 Reviews
In the days before guitarists could step on a pedal and tune their guitar on the fly, their best option was either an expensive model from the Peterson 400 Strobe series, or the small needle-based Boss TU-12. Neither were a very convenient option for a variety of reasons. The strobe tuners were difficult to read unless one was educated in how to... [read more on Audiofanzine]Eroachguitar rated this unit on 2012-09-28.
Bottom Line if you need a pedal tuner I really would like you to consider this one. There are fancier tuners out there, but like it's older brother, the TU-3 will soon become the industry standard in guitar and bass tuning. [read more on Audiofanzine]Billy rated this unit on 2010-10-20.
The Boss TU-3 is the newest model of the Boss tuner foot pedal. For the most part, it is very similar to Boss TU-2, it's predecessor, but it does have a few new features that help it stand out just a little bit. For those who don't know about this line of tuner pedals, they have become pretty much the first choice for a tuner pedal for both pr... [read more on Audiofanzine]moosers rated this unit on 2010-04-07.
This is a pretty reliable tuner, and great in many ways. The tuner has 1/4" input and output, as well as an output that completely bypasses the tuner (this is cool sometimes, trust me). The unit comes with a power supply that powers the whole operation. In addition, this tuner features an option where you can "daisy chain" up to 7 more BOSS peda... [read more on Audiofanzine]mooseherman rated this unit on 2010-03-04.
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