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Behringer TU300 Chromatic Pedal Tuner
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An essential piece gear that goes above and beyond the capabilities of ordinary tuners.

No matter what kind of tuning you prefer, the Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300 can accommodate you! That's because this crucial stompbox gives you three guitar modes (regular, flat, double flat), three bass modes (regular, flat, double flat) and a chromatic setting. Whether you stay in standard tuning, detune, or tune to an exotic tuning of your own design, the TU300 will get you there quickly and accurately.

To begin tuning, simply stomp the TU300's footswitch. The Single-digit LED display shows which note it's reading and the 11-point stream guarantees accurate tuning. TU300's super-briht display panel makes it easy to tune even in the darkest club.

The main Out jack allows you to cut the signal to your amp while you tune, or you can send a constant signal from the Bypass output. The status LED tells you when the TU300 box is activated and the solid electronic on/off switch maintains incredible signal integrity in bypass mode.

Behringer TU300 Chromatic Pedal Tuner Features:

  • Precise 7-segment LED and 11-point Stream Meter guarantee accurate tuning
    Reference tone adjustable from 438 Hz to 447 Hz
    Mute/bypass function for silent tuning
    7 different tuning modes including Regular, Flat, Double Flat and Chromatic mode
    Status LED for effect on/off and battery check
    Runs on 9V battery or the Behringer PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)
    First-class electronic on/off switch
    High-quality components and rugged construction

Behringer TU300 Chromatic Pedal Tuner

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  • Over All a Good Low Cost Tuner

    As reviewed by Justin Havely on 4/26/2013

    Pros: Easy to use, setup, and has all the basic features you would need. Cons: It has a bit of a hard time reading the low E, but still can accurately tune it; just like the tuner I was using on my iPhone. Not made out of metal, but that isn't a big deal. If you like me who has only been playing for three years and only plays with friends as a hobby, I would say buy this.

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  • Behringer TU300 tuner pedal

    As reviewed by GIL SANDERSON on 6/24/2013

    At $25, the price is certainly right on this tuner pedal. I only wish it worked better. I've used a Matrix pedal tuner for over 16 years, and it has been fast, accurate, and reliable. The Matrix still works as a tuner, but it no longer mutes when tuning. I saw this Behringer TU300 online, and liked how it looked. After receiving it, and using it on a couple of practices and gigs, I'm disappointed. First off, the A/C adapter jack is on the side, next to the guitar cord input, and is inconvenient and in the way. Most pedals have the A/C jack at the top end of the pedal, where is is unobtrusive and convenient. But a worse flaw is that the pedal is less accurate and prompt as my old Matrix. Even when not adjusting the guitar tuning keys, the LEDs on the Behringer dance around between + and - and don't maintain consistancy on the pitch. I have to take longer when tuning, trying to find an "average" with the LEDs. Other than this, the Behringer appears to be well made and reasonably sturdy. I am very gentle with my gear, so I don't worry about damages from abuse. If I can find another Matrix (they're discontinued) I will get it. I guess it's very true that you get what you pay for, and this pedal was cheap. If I were to do over, I would try out other pedals, even if I had to pay more.

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