The Korg DT-10 Digital Pedal Tuner offers a solution for guitarists and bassists needing accuracy, a wide tuning range, and an easy-to-read display. You'll be able to tune conveniently onstage or off.
The DT-10 has the widest tuning range of all comparable tuners, E0 (20.60Hz) - C8 (4186Hz), and supports dropped tuning (7-semitone flatted tuning mode). Featuring an angled front panel for convenient foot operation and clear viewing, the DT-10 uses both a large, 13-point LED meter for its pitch display and a 16-segment LED display to identify the note being tuned.
This results in the most accurate readout of all stomp tuners and unmatched visibility on dark stages or in low-light situations. In addition, the DT-10 offers adjustable calibration from 438Hz - 445Hz for tuning up to or down to a specific instrument within an ensemble.
The DT-10 provides 2 output jacks: a bypass jack that always outputs the input signal and a separate output jack that can be muted while tuning between songs. This gives you flexibility to meet the needs of a variety of situations. The first Korg footpedal-style tuner!
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more accurate than a TU2
These older Korg pedal tuenrs were more accurate than the TU2 and were always dead on with the Korg rack tuners of the time... this pedal ahs an excellent buffer compared with Boss' pedal tuner too. But you can't see it on a dark stage AT ALL. You can't read it at an outdoor gig with the sun at certain angles either. This tuner is probably why they invented the pitchblack. I used to always take my korg to studios before I got a pitchblack because the fairly transparent buffer will drive long cables and the tuner is super accurate. Joey B turned me on to this tuner. Its obsolete now, but if you want a tuner with a buffer and you don't mind squinting? this is a good option.