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Hey SOTW,

I am looking for a very specific tuner I encountered in a rehearsal. I do not know the name, but it was blue, rounded, but most importantly had a digital cents readout (like +3 when i was 3 cents sharp, and it would give me the number of where my pitch was, not a needle). I need to find a tuner that has that accurate readout, needles or strobe aren't appealing. Any suggestions?
 

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True, but it doesn't mean it doesn't either. The one with the number is easier to tell how off I am as opposed to guessing how far away the needle is.
 

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True, but it doesn't mean it doesn't either. The one with the number is easier to tell how off I am as opposed to guessing how far away the needle is.
At your service! I bet the one you used was the blue, rounded Seiko STH100, which you can buy here:



Take a look at all the Seiko tuners here on the Seiko homepage.

Seiko SAT501S


Seiko ST-747 (I believe currently out of production.)


Then there's also the Peterson V-Sam, which is more expensive.
 

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I'm not really clear for sure, the 501s fit the part the most. However, I went with the seiko SAT800 and it is by far superior to the one I had tried. Thanks again, it has all the features i asked for and accuracy is incredible. Definitely recommend this tuner!
 

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I'm not really clear for sure, the 501s fit the part the most. However, I went with the seiko SAT800 and it is by far superior to the one I had tried. Thanks again, it has all the features i asked for and accuracy is incredible. Definitely recommend this tuner!
Great. Glad to hear it's working out.
 
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