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  • #16






    Quote Originally Posted by RedJamaX
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    Ok, so I found a computer based strobe tuner that works incredibly well, and it costs less than $5!! So I thought I might share it...



    here's the link - http://www.tbstrobetuner.com/




    This is a no brainer...works just as good as my strobe and for setting intonation the free demo is all you really need.



    If your going to be using a PC's 1/8"/3.5mm microphone jack you should get a cable like this for connecting to the>PC http://www.amazon.com/Professional-C.../dp/B002JCOX5U



    and a adapter like this to plug into the>guitar http://www.amazon.com/Hosa-GPM-103-3.../dp/B000068O3T



    You don't want to be plugging a big fat guitar cable directly into the tiny mic jack using a 1/4" to 3.5mm/1/8" adapter or one small tug on the guitar cable and the mic jack will likely be damaged.

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    • #17






      Quote Originally Posted by RedJamaX
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      Ok, so I found a computer based strobe tuner that works incredibly well, and it costs less than $5!! So I thought I might share it...



      here's the link - http://www.tbstrobetuner.com/




      This is a no brainer...works just as good as my strobe and for setting intonation the free demo is all you really need.



      If your going to be using a PC's 1/8"/3.5mm microphone jack you should get a cable like this for connecting to the>PC http://www.amazon.com/Professional-C.../dp/B002JCOX5U



      and a adapter like this to plug into the>guitar http://www.amazon.com/Hosa-GPM-103-3.../dp/B000068O3T



      You don't want to be plugging a big fat guitar cable directly into the tiny mic jack using a 1/4" to 3.5mm/1/8" adapter or one small tug on the guitar cable and the mic jack will likely be damaged.

      Comment



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