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Inactive Behringer BTR2000

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Behringer’s rack-mount tuner offers lots of features, including built-in metronome, mic and rack light — all in a slim, lightweight package.
Pedal Boss TU-2

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The legendary Boss TU-2 is the first great pedal guitar tuner — an almost indestructible piece of engineering matched with the Boss’s fabled buffer circuit. And while its ±3.0 cent accuracy represented the state-of-the-art in 1998, you’ll probably want a more accurate tuner.
Inactive Monoprice 611220

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Here is the Monoprice version of the common “PT” Chinese-made tuners (available from various brands, including Warwick, Nady, ModTone, Stagg, F-Zone, GFS and Moozikpro). The 611220 can be the least costly of the bunch (Check the Monoprice website), but it only has a measly 6-month warranty.
Pedal Nady Pitchfork

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Nady’s PitchFork is just another generic “PT” tuner, presumably identical to models offered under the Monoprice, ModTone, Warwick, Stagg, F-Zone, GFS and Moozikpro labels – but priced around 66% higher than these other brands. The six-month warranty is also a disappointment.
Pedal Rocktron Unity

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Rocktron’s Unity tuner looks like an artifact from the Soviet Union, with an overbuilt enclosure and polished metal finish, but the manufacturer’s failure to provide basic specs (like detection accuracy and detection range) sets off warning flares.
Rocktron VersaTune

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Heralded by some as a suitable replacement for Korg’s now-discontinued DTR-1000, Rocktron’s similar looking VersaTune leaves a lot to be desired.