Recently I've been raising my standards of what's "in tune". I've used stomp boxes and handheld tuners for all of my guitar playing career but I've ready to take it to the next level.
I'm looking for something that is
-easy to use
-can be used to accurately intonate guitars and basses (in non concert tunings as well)
I would like something that I could use in the studio as well as live. The one I'm most strongly considering is the peterson strobostomp v2. I would buy it at the moment, but I can't quite tell if it has all the same features as the strobo rackmount or the stroboflip. I vastly prefer the pedal format, but if the others are superior feature wise I would rather have those. I've also heard concerns about the durability of the strobostomps, if you anyone can elaborate on this point I would be most appreciative.
Are there any other ultra-accurate tuners within the $200-300 pricepoint that I should consider?
What are all you pro guys using in the studio?
I have a Strobostomp and it's one of the best investments i've made. It's quick enough to use on stage, and accurate enough to set your intonation by. At ▒0.1 cent, it's 10x more accurate than the closest competitor. If i tune with anything else, it's just no longer satisfactory.
What features of the rackmount version were you looking at?