Behringer TU300 Chromatic Tuner

December 16, 2013 - Comment

BEHRINGER CHROMATIC TUNER TU300 Ultimate Guitar/Bass Tuner Gives you 7 different tuning modes including Regular, Flat, Double Flat and Chromatic mode This BEHRINGER product has been designed to compete head-to-head with leading products on the market* Precise 7-segment LED and 11-point Stream Meter guarantee accurate tuning Reference tone adjustable from 438 Hz to 447 Hz

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BEHRINGER CHROMATIC TUNER TU300

Ultimate Guitar/Bass Tuner

Gives you 7 different tuning modes including Regular, Flat, Double Flat and Chromatic mode This BEHRINGER product has been designed to compete head-to-head with leading products on the market* Precise 7-segment LED and 11-point Stream Meter guarantee accurate tuning Reference tone adjustable from 438 Hz to 447 Hz Mute/bypass function for silent tuning Blue status LED for effect on/off and battery check Runs on 9 V battery or the BEHRINGER PSU-SB DC power supply (not included) First-class electronic On/Off switch for highest signal integrity in bypass mode High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany

For the gigging guitarist or bassist, the CHROMATIC TUNER TU300 is an absolutely essential piece of gear that goes above and beyond the capabilities of ordinary tuners.

Sing A Different Tune

Most guitarists and bassists tune to standard tuning: (low to high) E, A, D, G, B, E for guitar and E, A, D, G for bass. Still others like to detune their instruments for access to lower notes and increased string flexibility. No matter what you prefer, the TU300 can accommodate. That’s because this crucial stomp box gives you three guitar modes (regular, flat, double flat), three bass modes (regular, flat, double flat) and a chromatic setting. Whether you stay in standard tuning, detune, or tune to an exotic tuning of your own design, the TU300 will get you there quickly and accurately.

It’s Easy!

To begin tuning, simply stomp the TU300′s footswitch. It features a precise single-digit LED display to tell you what note it’s reading, and the 11-point stream guarantees accurate tuning from 438 Hz to 447 Hz. Plus it is bright enough to help you tune up in even the darkest club. The main OUT allows you to cut the signal to your amp while you tune, or you can send a constant signal from the BYPASS output. The status LED tells you when this box is activated and the solid electronic on/off switch maintains incredible signal integrity in bypass mode. You can power this pedal with a 9 V battery or a DC power supply.

Value

Tune up quickly and easily with the TU300. Check out this little life saver at your nearest BEHRINGER dealer.

For the gigging guitarist or bassist, the CHROMATIC TUNER TU300 is an essential piece of gear, making sure you stay in tune whether you’re in standard, drop-tuned, or in any variety of alternate tunings.

Stay in tune whether you’re in standard, drop-tuned, or in any variety of alternate tunings.

A precise single-digit LED displays the note, and the 11-point stream guarantees accurate tuning.

Add Behringer’s PSU-SB power supply or go with a 9 volt battery.

Sing A Different Tune
Most guitarists and bassists tune to standard tuning: (low to high) E, A, D, G, B, E for guitar, and E, A, D, G for bass. Still others like to detune their instruments for access to lower notes and increased string flexibility. No matter what you prefer, the TU300 can accommodate.

This crucial stomp box gives you three guitar modes (regular, flat, double flat), three bass modes (regular, flat, double flat) and a chromatic setting. Whether you stay in standard tuning, detune, or tune to an exotic tuning of your own design, the TU300 will get you there quickly and accurately.

It’s Easy!
To begin tuning, simply stomp the TU300′s footswitch. It features a precise single-digit LED display to tell you what note it’s reading, and the 11-point stream guarantees accurate tuning from 438 Hz to 447 Hz. Plus it is bright enough to help you tune up in even the darkest club.

The main OUT allows you to cut the signal to your amp while you tune, or you can send a constant signal from the BYPASS output.

Dependable Operation
The status LED tells you when this box is activated and the solid electronic on/off switch maintains incredible signal integrity in bypass mode. You can power this pedal with a 9 V battery or a DC power supply.

What’s in the Box
Behringer TU300 Chromatic Tuner, User’s Manual

Product Features

  • Precise 7-segment LED and 11-point Stream Meter guarantee accurate tuning
  • Reference tone adjustable from 438 Hz to 447 Hz
  • Blue status LED for effect on/off and battery check
  • First-class electronic On/Off switch for highest signal integrity in bypass mode
  • Runs on 9 V battery or the BEHRINGER PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)

Comments

Ian M. Mcclintock says:

For the price? Pfft. Look at this pedal. Look at what it does, and what it costs. $30 for a tuner in a pedal form factor, and that’s if you don’t even try to hunt down a lower price. By contrast, Boss’s TU-2 is essentially the same thing in a more durable housing, and it costs $100 retail.Yes, the housing is made of plastic. I don’t know about you, but I generally won’t be leaping with both feet onto my tuner in the middle of a set. If you treat your gear with any respect whatsoever, it should…

Rene L. Davignon "Mr. D" says:

Behringer tu300 tuner This tuner is GREAT … I read a review that this tuner was not as quick as a Boss tuner, not True … It does take about 6 seconds to “warm-up” from when you first plug in your guitar chord … but after that … it works great. I had a Boss tuner that died on me, and I could not see paying $100.00+ for another one at this time … I’m glad I brought the Behringer TU300 … Get one! you’ll love it!!!!!!

Turbo T says:

Buzzing even when not in chain. Ill start with the good. I have had pretty decent luck with Beherenger pedals. I really like this for what it is, a 23 dollar pedal tuner. Its fast, accurate, and i love the strobe feature.Now the bad. I have this hooked up with signal coming from the tuner output of my Ernie Ball VP JR Vol Pedal. That means that my signal starts at the vol pedal and the tuner works even when the pedal is down. There is no signal coming out of the tuner at all, the signal to the rest of my chain and…

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