Members BG76 Posted February 20, 2010 Members Share Posted February 20, 2010 I picked up a StroboStomp for $100.00 on a BIN last week on ebay. It arrived on Thursday, but I did not get the chance to really use it until today. I had been using a TU-2 to power my pedals and an old Justina to do setups. The StroboStomp I got is actually the '2' model, I think that's the newer one but I'm not sure. Anyway, I just finished doing a string change/setup with this and the difference between it and my old needle tuner is night and day. This guitar always had a nice setup and good intonation, but now it's just perfect. I can't describe it, but every chord I play is just so 'in tune'. The StroboStomp 2 powers your pedals like a TU-2 (you need a daisy chain) and also allows you to set it up (there are three big switches in the battery area) to true bypass, etc.... There are sweetened tunings for Dobro, Baritone (both are next for a setup), etc.... You can also program it for capoed tunings, open tunings, dropped, and change the A440 to A441, etc....I haven't used those yet, though. Also included is an active direct box. It is also very simple to use despite all the features. It also is very easy to read with a bright display. If you don't have one of these go check one out. For the cost of a couple setups it's like having a new guitar. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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