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Peterson 403847 Guitar Tuner Review

Peterson 403847 First Impressions

"Alt tuning, bass tuning, Peterson."

This is the only chromatic tuner I have used, but I'm very happy with it. The tuner takes a bit of time to register the vibrations when you first turn it on. This means the instrument can be tuned in a noisy room without a problem. She is enjoying using this after she uses the pitch pipe so she can get accuracy. This is the best pedal tuner I've found so far.

  • Editor's Impressions Of The Peterson 403847

  • Tuning Accuracy
  • Build Quality
  • Value For Money
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Peterson 403847 Final Thoughts

"Other than that, we're happy with it."

I've seen 3 Peterson tuners go bad at my church. Low speed is the most visually intuitive for guitars, trumpets & etc. This one has been delegated to my acoustic and works perfectly. I use this clip to clip onto the tuning pegs of my hammered dulcimer. The clip-on chromatic tuner was very easy to use.

Overall Score

(18 Points)
  • Peterson 403847 Features & Specs
  • 0. 1 Cent accuracy

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