The lights are down, your band’s mid-song, and you need to retune your guitar. The tiny guitar tuner that’s hiding in the blackness somewhere on top of your amp has just run its battery dead and the crowd is tiring of your bassist’s one-liners. What do you do?
Well, TG’s here to help you overcome the brown trouser moment of holding up a gig while tuning your guitar. We’ve put our heads together with Roland UK (www.roland.co.uk/01792 702701), and to coincide with the launch of the new Boss TU-1000 Stage Tuner (retailing at £239), we’re going to provide three
readers with state of the art tuning salvation.
The TU-1000 works in two modes: Cent, which works like a traditional needle-style meter; or Stream, which scrolls light across the display to indicate tuning. It can also handle a range of open, alternative and drop tunings – and its bright display and bulletproof build quality make it ideal for use onstage.
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PLEASE NOTE: Under 18s must obtain parental consent to enter this competition and be able to demonstrate this to Total Guitar's reasonable satisfaction