What is an accurate tuner in a mini pedal format?

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  1. John How

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    I have a little rowin mini tuner on my board in the 1st position and though it’s easy to see and use, I don’t think it’s all that accurate... what mini tuners have you used that you feel tune your guitar accurately? I guess I could use a clip on like I do on my acoustics but it’s nice to hit the button and mute everything and tune the guitar.
     
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    I like the Sonic Research ST300 mini. It’s Strobe tuner so it takes a bit to get used to but it’s super accurate and fast.
     
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    I like the tc mini tuners.
    The black noir one looks cool and works well.
     
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    Korg Pitchblack mini
    Extremely accurate and tracks fast
     
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    Moore Baby tuner works just great
     
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    The polytune clip works great for my acoustics and mandolin. I use the full size pedal for my electrics.
     
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    TC poly tune. I got lucky and grabbed one on sale for $49. They are accurate and fast.
     
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    I love my Korg DT10. Its discontinued but a score can be found on Reverb all the time. Very sensitive and easy to dial in. Has 2 outputs: one mutes when engaged, one stays on.
     
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    I use Hotone Syline tuner. It's a competent clean boost as well.
     
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    I as using a TomsLine tuner, and it as fine. But recently I got the PolyTune Mini, and like it much more. Depends on hat you want to spend. $30 vs $90 (unless you catch a sale of course).
     
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