Description: This article focuses on direct tv login, which is going to show you a brand new pedal tuner from Daddario. It has a pitch button on the side. This tuner works completely differently. It’s a new chromatic pedal tuner. It’s cool-looking.
This is Sam here from stringsdirectTV, I have had this put on my desk, I didn’t even know that Daddario were contemplating doing a pedal, it’s a new chromatic pedal tuner, I’ve never seen this before, I didn’t even know that it was going to exist.
I am going to unbox this with you, firstly it is great in the box, it’s fitting with the new branding, on the front here it says pedal tuner, accurate tuning, zero tone loss, I imagine that they’re saying that it’s true bypass, it’s chromatic, it uses 32-bit processing.
In theory, it should be very fast, it also says the perfect combination of innovation, simplicity and style, housed in a rugged aluminium enclosure, let’s open it up, the sleeve comes off, we have this nice little box here, inside first you can see it’s a play circle card.
If you enter the code below, you’re going to get some points on your play circle account, you can get free strings and stuff with that, there’s the pedal, it’s cool, it looks like an iPhone, let’s grab it out, we also have sticky foam mats on the bottom and instructions.
We have a Velcro pad as well, the tuner looks cool, it has a nice shape, it is very simple with only a couple of inputs on here, power is 9 volt DC negative sensor which is standard effect pedal supply, it has a pitch button on the side.
I’m assuming that you can calibrate a different pitch, although we don’t need the manual, I suppose we should look at that pitch button, calibrate from at 415 Hertz at 475 Hertz, as tuners go, that’s a wide range, you can get the 432 Hertz which some people love.
I’ll let you decide that you can play around, that means it should be great for tuning to a piano or something that’s slightly flat or slightly shot, let’s plug it in and see what the display looks like, when the power is in, you don’t have to have a jack cable plugged in for it to work.
I plug the end, you can see that it’s gone through the main meter here, at the bottom I could see that 440 Hertz that’s obviously your pitch calibration, if you push the button, it’s going to change, it’s going all the way up, if I go down, it’s like changing the clock in your car.
Let’s plug it into guitar, you can see the string drops slightly flat, if I play E, it’s going sharp, it’s an intuitive display, it is unlike standard tuner, that’s a new way of doing it, I like that, pricewise these are going for about 75, 80 quids, it is in the same range as your boss, t-rex, Korg and peddle tuners.
This works completely differently, it’s cool-looking, I hope that you like the way this happens, thanks for reading, if you want me to do any more unboxing, I have a look at new products that we know, I will certainly do that for you.