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Item Reviews for: TC Electronic PolyTune Polyphonic Tuner Pedal  -  TCE POLYTUNE LIST

The absolute best and first pedal you should ever own.
By: David Heet from Carson City, Nevada      Submitted: 11/20/2013

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General Your general opinion of this product. This polytune has changed everything for me. I can tune in a single handful of seconds. And I don't touch volume knobs anymore. The one button, by-pass controls a wall of Marshall Stacks with whisper silence. My favorite pedal!
Really cool tuner! Better than I thought it would be, even!
By: 3Gr8KidsDad      Submitted: 8/27/2013

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Great Tuner Pedal
By: Frank Levine from Los Angeles, CA      Submitted: 6/19/2013

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Your general opinion of this product. This is a well made, rock solid little pedal. It does one thing and it does it really well. it gets you in tune. strum all six strings, it will show you which strings are out of tune (Polyphonic Mode). go to the single out of tune string - pluck it and it switches automatically to single string mode from polyphonic mode. it runs on a 9V or a power supply (not included). it also allows you to daisy chain a power supply cable to power your other pedals. and now for the BEST part - this pedal was selling for $99 just a few weeks ago... right now you can get it for $69 - such a deal!! Buy it, you won't regret it.
Ya gotta know how to use it....
By: Steve from Garden Grove CA      Submitted: 4/15/2012

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Your general opinion of this product. You have to know how to use it. For some reason the low E & A show as flat when the strobe is dead on. Set it slightly sharp and it shows as in tune. For some reason,that actually works. I guess the approach is that a larger string starts out sharp and settle more slowly in tune due to its thickness? That is all I can figure. Also the general readout is not as accurate as tuning them individually but when you do, it's dead on.
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