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Convenient Table-Top Strobe Tuner From Planet Waves [ Summer NAMM 2007 ]

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Tru-Strobe Tuner Offers Precision & Affordability

FARMINGDALE, NY, July 27, 2007 — In the innovation tradition of other acclaimed Planet Waves tuners, the new table top Tru- Strobe™ Tuner enables the musician to fine-tune any stringed instrument using the most exacting method on the market—the strobe. The new tuner offers true strobe accuracy (not a simulation) that will ensure that the unit will perform with precision, when other tuners falter. Accuracy is +/- .1 cent, up to 15 times more accurate than traditional electronic tuners.

Featuring a heavy-duty, die-cast design and convenient table-top placement, the new tuner will prove ideal for studio use or on the road where accuracy competes with clutter, noise, and poor lighting. To that end, the readout is exceptionally bright compared to competing units, while an extremely simple, user-friendly design promotes additional ease of tuning. All students, techs, and working musicians will appreciate the Tru- Strobe Tuner’s top-of-the-line technology.

“The new Tru-Strobe tuner is way ahead of anything in its field,” states Brian Vance, Planet Waves Senior Product Manager. “It’s robust, bright, extremely easy to read, and very simple to use. It offers true strobe technology at a price point well within the reach of any student or pro.”

The Planet Waves Table-Top True Strobe Tuner will be available in August 2007. Retail price: $179.99.
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