Korg PITCHBLACK Guitar Tuner Review
Korg PITCHBLACK First Impressions
"So, I went tuner shopping."
Not noticeable when playing gigs, though. While it did mute when the pedal was pressed, what good is that if I can't even tell. I found this easy to use, without having to consult the instructions. It was just as described and arrived promptly and packaged well! When I saw the Korg my curiosity was piqued.
Editor's Impressions Of The Korg PITCHBLACK
- Tuning Accuracy
- Build Quality
- Value For Money
- Feature Set
Korg PITCHBLACK Final Thoughts
"Alt tuning, bass tuning, Korg."
But as long as it gives me A440 standard tuning and signal mute, it's good to go. I've had this pedal for 10 years still works great. This one has been delegated to my acoustic and works perfectly. The switch output goes directly to the Korg, and it's output to a delay and DI box. I use the chromatic setting almost all the time.
- Korg PITCHBLACK Features & Specs
- Reliable die cast aluminum housing with black-out finish provides improved contrast & visibility
- Easy-to-read display features four modes: Meter, Full Strobe, Half Strobe, and Mirror
- 100 % True Bypass preserves tonal clarity; Battery or optional AC Operation
- Similar size & shape as many pedal effects; 9 volt/200 mA cascade output for pedal board convenience
- Wide E0 - C8 detection range; Calibration range from 436 Hz - 445 Hz