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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on 30 November 2010
All the range of IntelliTouch are excellent. In my job as a guitar teacher I've seen and used lots of tuners and I own four. If you can afford a better tuner then get one of the IntelliTouch ones. Of all the one's I've seen, until you get up into the top tuners at £80+, these are the best for the money. (They are also great for getting your scales intonation correct if you are a string player. I know orchestral music teacher colleagues hate tuners - but be a rebel and get one - you won't regret it - it will be our little secret).
This tuner seems to be the one that many good pro players are recommending because it works well and is good quality. Steve Kaufman, the famous bluegrass player and teacher, recommends this one and having spoken to him about it I know he really is a big fan of IntelliTouch. It's not because he makes money from promoting them - it's because in his position he can't be messing with anything that doesn't work 100%. So for me that makes this tuner THE ONE. You don't have to believe me either - but I have owned The Boss TU-12 (very good but £75), lots of the Thomann MT100 sold to students (OK for £7 and a metronome - best of the cheapies), the Korg CA40 (OK tuner but not robust at all) and the Intelli 500 (compact, easy to read but not as good as the PT10 in every way - it's also not an IntelliTouch product which is what I believed when I bought it.)
Now the price on these has come down again they are even better value since I wrote the above about two years ago.