Behringer’s rack-mount tuner offers lots of features, including built-in metronome, mic and rack light — all in a slim, lightweight package.
Made by Fender
Fender’s free app sports a clean, modern design and lots of alternate tunings, but the tuner’s essential feature — its tuning meter display — is slow, jumpy and often frustrating to use.
Peterson’s made-in-the-USA StroboStomp is a fully-featured beast of a pedal tuner, providing ±0.1 cent detection accuracy, and extra-wide detection and calibration ranges. It’s fully programmable and offers 25 Peterson-designed “Sweetened Tunings” along with many advanced features (like ground lift). It is, however, big and pricey.
Peterson’s StroboPlus HD is a remarkable piece of kit, packed with advanced features and surprisingly easy to use. It’s a superb tuner for guitar techs, hobbyists and serious players.
First released in 2008, the Peterson Stroborack is still the best rackmount tuner on the market. But it’s not cheap.
Made by Sonic Research
The ST-300 Turbo Tuner is our top choice among pedal tuners. Featuring ±0.02 cent detection accuracy, a super-wide calibration range, outstanding low-note detection, programmability, and a bright true stroboscopic display with near-instantaneous response, it’s a seriously brilliant piece of gear. It’s also made in US.