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L'avis de Keuck
- Quelle est la particularité que vous aimez le plus, le moins?
Les plus: precision, 4 mode d'accordage, affichage, taille, true bypass, possibilité d'alimenter une autre pedale a partir de celle si
les moins: peu etre trop précis dans certain mode d'accordage peu facile lorsque vous avez a peine quelque seconde entre 2 chanson
- Aviez vous essayé beaucoup d'autres modèles avant de l'acquérir?
pas en format pedale mis a part celui present sur ma multi effet zoom g1
- Comment jugez vous le rapport qualité/prix?
- Avec l'expérience, referiez vous ce choix?...
Certainement elle est petite trés lumineuse donc excelente visibilité ds l'abscurité la plus totale et completement noire qd elle est en mode by pass et a l'air trés solide le tout pour 70 euro chez music store que demander de plus
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L'avis de Bigfoot
<ul>Affichage clair et efficace
<ul>Un peu lent, peut-être liée à la sensibilité</ul>
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L'avis de purplebash
"BB" et largeur à peine supérieure à un "B", parfait pour un pédalboard surbooké!),
construit en métal et TRU BY-PASS... une loop d'économisée!
Complètement noir quand il ne sert pas, c'est un véritable "arbre de Noël" en action
Il possède 4 modes de visualisation de l'accord:
-1 "classique": les LED simulent le comportement d'une aiguille... peu
-2 modes (pseudo)"Stroboscopiques": défilement d'un groupe de LED plus ou
moins rapidement selon la précision de l'accord (stop= note juste).. Très bonne
visibilité, très précis... peut être même trop: ça prend du temps avant d'avoir la
"cible"! pour le studio!
-1 mode "miroir": mon préféré, les diodes s'allument à chaque extrémités et
se rapprochent du centre, jusqu'à la LED verte centrale, quand la note est juste. Très visible, plus rapide que les strobos... parfait en concert.
La visibilité de l"affichage est excellente, quelles que soient les conditions d'éclairage.
Testé sur guitare électrique, électro-acoustique et basse depuis une dizaine de jours,
sans soucis. Il remplace un BOSS TU12 (vintage!) avec une facilité et une précision
nettement améliorées (!! ne possède pas de micro pour accorder une acoustique).
+très bonne visibilité de l'affichage
-"trop" sensible en mode strobo?
-la glace de protection de l'affichage risque de ne pas apprécier les moins
En résumé: précis, pratique, petit, joli et pas cher... pourquoi s'en priver?
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L'avis de Eroachguitar (contenu en anglais)"A sturdy, accurate, yet slow and dim tuner."
Encased in a durable metal housing with barrel footswitch, the Pitchblack measures in at just slightly smaller in dimension than the more famous Boss TU-2/3 tuner. This is a plus for those with cramped pedalboards.The Pitchblack also sports true bypass switching, so it won't color your tone when placed in your signal chain, and if you operate it via battery, you won't lose your signal in bypass mode if the battery suddenly dies.
It boasts 4 different display modes, including: Meter, Full Strobe, Half Strobe, and Mirror. The display itself is large with a readout of the note along with a range of LED lights that display variances in cent by their brightness in standard meter mode.
The tuner also has a parallel power jack for jumpering other 9v pedals from the same power source.
The cons of this otherwise great pedal tuner are note tracking time, and display brightness. On a dark stage, it's easily seen, but outdoor daytime gigs are the enemy, and direct sunlight can render the Pitchblack almost impossible to read. I found this was sometimes subverted by tucking the tuner or the pedalboard on which it sat, as close to a monitor wedge or other source of shade, as I could.
The Pitchblack exhibits some lag to how quickly it tracks a note compared to other pedal tuners, most notable the Boss TU series. This isn't a good thing when your singer doesn't give you much time in between songs to tune your guitar.
What this tuner has going for it is accuracy and simplicity, and this was enough a few years ago, but with the introduction of competitively priced models from other manufacturers that are comparable in accuracy, Korg would do well to update the Pitchblack with a brighter display and faster note tracking.
If they can do this, and maintain the original price point, I don't see why the Pitchblack series can't compete with the new and improved Boss TU-3 to become the gold standard in pedalboard tuners.
L'avis de Fireguy8402 (contenu en anglais)"My Favorite Tuner"
L'avis de moosers (contenu en anglais)
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L'avis de ejendres (contenu en anglais)"One of the best tuners out there"
I've been using this tuner exclusively for the past 3 years or so. I've used it extensively for gigging like I mentioned before, but I've also used it to setup my guitars. It is accurate to +/-.1%, which is perfect for setting the intonation on a guitar. Since the tuner is chromatic you can use it to setup a guitar in any tuning. It is really handy.
I also really like the simplicity of it. There are not any unneeded bells and whistles, it does one thing and it does it extremely well. It will accurately tune your guitar.
Before buying the Pitchblack I owned a BOSS tuner, I've also used a bunch of built in tuners in multifx units. The Korg tracks much faster than any of these other tuners. It also seems better built than most of them.
Another great feature of the Pitchblack is the true bypass feature makes the tuner completely transparent. The TU2 used to really color my tone when bypassed, along with all the other tuning units I’ve used. It is not something that happens with the Pitchblack.
I realize this review pretty much sounds like a sales pitch, but I honestly can't find anything wrong with this tuner. Its fast, accurate, and cheap. Whats not to love?
L'avis de nickname009 (contenu en anglais)"one of the better tuners since the tu-2!"
Seriously, what more does any guitar player really need in a tuner? Did i mention it's true bypass? You can also calibrate it how you want if you don't want 440hz. There's also the 4 tuning modes: full strobe, half strobe, meter and mirror. All of which are just as accurate with each other. It's also improved and I believe even more accurate than the standard tuner.
One thing to mention is the sensitivity of the tuner is also improved. Meaning when you strike the note, the tuner picks up the note a lot faster, it 'tracks' faster and sooner than regular tuners. Faster is always better!
In addition to all this it's REALLY well priced. Cheaper than a new TU-3 the last time I checked, you really can't go wrong with this tuner!
L'avis de wwhhhaatt (contenu en anglais)"It's a tuner"
As far as features it's pretty standard for a tuner. You get four different modes of tuning: Full Strobe, Half Strobe, Meter Mode,and Mirror Mode I personally keep it in half strobe. The pedal can also be calibrated from 436 to 445 Hz in case you want to tune just a bit different but without going down or up an entire half step. The display is nice and bright for dark stages and is easily readable under stage lights. I have not played outside with it so I cannot comment on how easy it is to read in the sunlight. It operates on a standard boss style 9v dc jack or battery and there is also a thru power jack.
The extra power jack seems pretty pointless. I think some people get confused and think this pedal actually produces power when It really just passes unused power through the jack. If you have a daisy chain to plug into it then you might as well just plug the daisy chain into your power adapter.
I have had a few instances where the pitch black cut out and passed no signal but I think it may have been a dirty switch since it has not happened in about a year now. When this happened I just hit the switch a few times and it came right back on. I'll admit I don't keep my board as clean as it should be sometimes.
L'avis de badgerific (contenu en anglais)"Sell Boss buy Korg."
-True bypass so that the tone of your signal chain is left unaffected when the pedal is not engaged
-Four types of display mode: Full Strobe, Half Strobe, Meter and Mirror
-Bright LED display which is easy to use in sunlight, under stage lights or no light at all
-Tuning range from E0 to C8
-Powered by 9V power supply or battery and has 9V out so can be used to power other pedals
-Accurate to plus or minus one cent
-Can be calibrated between 436Hz and 445Hz in 1Hz steps
-Strong die cast aluminum case which should last years of touring
-Only has chromatic tuning mode unlike the Boss TU-2
-Footswitch is easy to press and makes no popping sound when turned on or off, mechanically or electrically which is quite a nice features as all other footswitches like these tend to produce some sort of sound.
After owning a Boss TU-2 for a few years and then trying out a few Pitchblack tuners I have decided that I need to sell my Boss and buy a Pitchblack. I find the display on the Pitchblack to be much more pleasant and is true bypass so it doesn't color the tone when it's not engaged like the Boss does. Another reason is that it's also much more accurate than the Boss model. I have also found that the Korg Pitchblack doesn't have a lag between playing a note and displaying how in tune it is unlike the Boss TU-2 unit, this is quite important for me as quick tuning on stage is an essential feature for any tuner that I use. The only other tuner in this price range that I'd consider is the TC Electronics Polytune but as I have no use for the polyphonic tuning feature then I feel the Korg Pitchblack is definitely the best choice for me.