- Jun 12, 2003
Anyone is using one of these?,i saw David Gilmour, Bryan May and Neal Young with different versions of it..how accurate is it and how do you use it?
+1 on the Strobostomp. Don't know how I got along without one for so long. Also, if you don't need it on a pedalboard, I understand the new StroboFlip is even better.
lpnv59I :got custody of a late 70's Conn when the band I was in broke up. Still have it, and I still use it for intonating my guitars. Nothing works better for that. After you turn the power on, you have to set the strobe. With the top right knob, you adjust it so the light doesn't move. Its just like timing a motor TDC. The bottom left knob adjusts sensitivity. You don't want it too sensitive, or exterraneous noises set it off. The top left knob obviously sets the tuner for the note/string your tuning. Bottom right knob is frequency IIRC. I set that depending on if its a bass or a guitar I'm working on.
That's all i needed to know and more,thanks again lpnv :dude: