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Seismic Audio SAGA29 Guitar Tuner Review

Seismic Audio SAGA29 First Impressions

"All good!"

Used it for over a year and it has performed flawlessly. Been playing a long time, but never bought a Seismic Audio tuner. Decent tuner, but the tuner on my Line 6 M5 is more accurate. Has chromatic, bass, violin, guitar, ukulele tuning built in. I previously bought a Seismic Audio rack tuner.

  • Editor's Impressions Of The Seismic Audio SAGA29

  • Tuning Accuracy
  • Build Quality
  • Value For Money
  • Feature Set

Seismic Audio SAGA29 Final Thoughts

"Really good tuner."

There are three modes available, which are selected by internal DIP switches. While it did mute when the pedal was pressed, what good is that if I can't even tell. It can be mic'd or use your instrument's vibration. It's winter and I'm inside all the time, but the solar power works just fine. All in all, I'm very happy with my choice of the Seismic Audio.

Overall Score

(4 Points)
  • Seismic Audio SAGA29 Features & Specs
  • Model Number: SAGA29
  • Set of 6 Universal Black 3x3 Tuners
  • Set includes three left and three right tuning machines
  • All the parts needed for installation included
  • Sleek Black Finish - Great for Luthier projects

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