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January 15, 2005
Peterson's new StoboStomp is designed to handles the rigors of gigging, but still offer the accuracy needed for performing intonation on guitar or bass.
Like the company's classic and virtual strobe tuners, the StroboStomp has a scrolling readout which stops when it reaches a certain pitch, programmed into the tuner so that the scrolling real-time display will only come to a complete rest when the correct pitch has been reached. All Petersons are automatic, fully chromatic and real-time,.
The StroboStomp adds 100% True Bypass functionality enabling silent tuning and no tone loss when bypassed. The preset tunings are non-eraseable, so they are in the tuner permanently, but if you want to make your own presets, you can do that too by using two programmable presets called P-1 and P-2. It features 8 preset temperaments designed by Peterson and Buzz Feiten: Equal, BAS, GTR, BFE, BFA, BFB and two 12 string settings.
The StroboStomp also features a built-in active DI output, and can be poweredby a 9 Volt battery or external power supply.
For more information, visit their web site at www.petersontuners.com