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Peterson StroboStomp HD Tuner Pedal  From Peterson

The most feature-rich and user-friendly stompbox tuner on the market!

Peterson Strobe Tuners


Retail:  $199.00

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Manufacturer's Description from Peterson

Featuring the largest tuning display Peterson Tuners has ever incorporated into one of their pedal tuners, the StroboStomp HD boasts a high-definition, LCD screen that incorporates a variable color LED backlight. The user-selectable colors can be used to personalize the tuner or to increase display viewing quality in different levels of ambient lighting depending on the usage environment. The vibrant screen colors can also be assigned to stock or user presets to significantly reduce menu navigation time and increase on-stage tuning confidence at the gig.

For tone purists, the StroboStomp HD provides a 100% silent, true-bypass operation mode to keep precious tone safe, as well as eliminate the often annoying “pop” experienced when engaging such a feature in other products. It uses a unique series of timed relays incorporated within its circuitry to shunt the signal, draining the cause of the popping sound prior to breaking the connection, and effectively shutting the tuner down for direct play through without affecting tone quality.

The StroboStomp HD also includes a long-time, user-requested buffered output operation mode that can be user engaged. The buffered mode can be used in or out of monitor mode. It is designed to boost instrument drive to overcome potential tone loss in signal chains that incorporate multiple low-impedance guitar pedals or those that utilize long cable runs. The buffered output modes preserve sonic quality all through the instrument range and keep prized core tone intact.

The StroboStomp HD features over 100 exclusive Sweetened Tunings™ as well as numbered guided tuning presets for a large variety of instruments and playing styles. Sweetened Tunings are exclusive to Peterson tuning products and are designed to help correct inherent tuning issues exhibited by many instruments. The new "Guided Tunings" mode allows the StroboStomp HD to display numeric string values instead of traditional note names making for sure-fire intuitive and rapid re-tuning to any number of open and alternative tunings. The Guided Tuning mode was instituted for beginners who want to experiment with popular alternate tunings in addition to experienced players who employ multiple tunings in rapid succession. Numerically expressed scales are also included.

Peterson Strobe Tuners

About Manufacturer

The Peterson Companyýs colorful history, spanning nearly sixty years, reflects a deep commitment to innovation as well as excellence in design, manufacturing, and customer service. This article gives a glimpse into the life of prolific inventor Richard H. Peterson and the accomplishments to date of the company he founded. In 1925, Richard Peterson was born in Chicago, the younger of two sons of a retail coal dealer. Even as a young boy, he was fascinated by the pipe organ at the church his family attended. In the 1930s, Richard developed a keen interest in radios, vacuum tube circuits, and mechanical devices of all types. Curiosity often drove him to dismantle his familyýs new purchases to see how they worked. Later, at the tail end of WWII, Peterson served in the U.S. Army as a radio operator. While stationed in New York City, he often visited Radio City Music Hall and was thrilled with the pipe organ there. Soon he decided that his lifeýs work would involve inventing better ways to build organs. Determined to find ways to match the thrill of a real pipe organýs sound using electronics, Richard Peterson co-founded the Haygren Organ Company and set out to build church organs that were superior to other electronic organs of the day. Peterson was the first to employ the concept of using a large number of independent oscillators to produce a genuine ensemble in electronic organs. Careful attention was given to realistic attack and decay of each note and the independence of each note from others. The Haygren Organ Company would ultimately build fifty church organs in an unused part of Richardýs fatherýs coal facility. In 1951, Dick Peterson met Don Leslie, creator of the renowned Leslie Speaker, who would become a lifelong friend and informally a partner in many inventions, including the "Wah-wah" pedal. Both men shared a fascination for understanding why real pipe organs sound better than electronic organs. The picture to the left (courtesy of Harvey Olsen) is of Don & Carolyn Leslie in front of the organ that was built at the Peterson factory for Don. Soon, a relationship was established with the Gulbransen Piano Company of Chicago, leading to an arrangement in which Petersonýs inventions would be licensed to Gulbransen for use in making home electronic organs. In 1957, Richard Peterson completed development of the worldýs first transistor organ, which would be marketed by Gulbransen and help secure that companyýs position as a technical leader in the organ field. Meanwhile, in the mid 1950s, the earliest Peterson tuners, called models 150 and 200, were marketed after being developed for Richardýs own use for tuning organs. These were the first products to carry the Peterson name. Many of these early Peterson tuners are still in use today! In 1964, the tuner product line was further expanded with the introduction of the Model 70, the first commercially available, hand-held, battery operated tuner. That same year, a brand new 3000 square foot building was built on 2.5 acres in the Chicago suburb of Alsip, IL to house the growing Peterson company and establish greater financial stability.


Power Supply: Optional (9VDC Negative Center Pin)

DI: No

Peterson Connect Compatible: Yes

Note Range: C0 - A#8

Note Selection: Automatic

Firmware Updateable: Yes

Guided Tunings: Yes

Multi-Color Display: Yes

Buffered Mode: Yes

True Bypass: Yes

Form Factor: Pedal / Floor

Accuracy: 0.1 Cents

Display Type: LCD w/ LED Backlight

Display Resolution: 417 Segments

Construction: Stainless Steel

Product Dimensions LxWxH: 129mm x 66mm x 54mm ( with switch )

Product Weight: .875lb (14oz)

USB Port: Yes

USB Type: Micro

Rechargeable: No

Battery Type: 9V (Included)

Power: 9VDC 85mA (Nominal)

Power Out: 9VDC 1A ( 1000mA )

Built-In Microphone: No

Built-In Speaker: No

Headphone Jack: No

Inputs: 1/4" Mono

Outputs: 1/4" Mono

Mute-able Output: Yes

Concert A Range: 390Hz to 490Hz

Transposition Range: -6 to +5

Frequency Response Range: 16.35Hz to 7302Hz

Warranty: 3 Years

Sweetened Tunings: Over 135

User Presets: Unlimited