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In a discussion about Alex Rosamilia's signal flow in a [Premier Guitar article](http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/21588-rig-rundown-the-gaslight-anthem), it is stated, "The signal starts with the guitar running into an Ernie Ball VP JR volume pedal, and its tuner out hits a TC Electronic PolyTune Mini Noir."more
This tuner is good. Not great, but just good. I like it because it takes up about half the space of a Boss tuner. Lately I began to notice a delay in finding the note I'm playing. Or it would just be figuring out all the strings instead of the one I played. But my guitar is in perfect tune after all the struggling. I guess that is the most important feature.
This is an awesome TC Electronic Polytune tuner in a smaller size. Super reliable, different tuning options, and perfect for saving a little real estate on the board, and looks cool in black!
It is a tuner... you can tune your guitar with it. You can strum the strings and see how out of tune your strings are and then tune each string individually just like you would with a normal tuner. Honestly it just comes down to the awesome LEDs. Super easy to read.
I just bought this pedal, and it's fantastic. I'm writing this just before using it with my 8 string guitar, and it made me tune every single string perfectly, also the 8th string which I use in low E (the same E of a bass guitar)
This little beast has done well for me. I've heard people complaining that the poly tuner isn't accurate, but if you actually read the directions, set the neck pickup and strum with your thumb, it's right in line with the results tuning single strings. At less than half the space of a TU-3, and like $30 less I consider it money well spent. Looks good too.