TC Electronic POLYTUNE 2 MINI Polyphonic Tuner Pedal for Electric Guitar

TC Electronic POLYTUNE 2 MINI Polyphonic Tuner Pedal for Electric Guitar

TC Electronic POLYTUNE 2 MINI Polyphonic Tuner Pedal for Electric Guitar

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Product Highlights

  • Compact Design Fits on Most Pedalboards
  • Strum All Notes at Once & Tune Them All
  • Bright 109-LED Display for Visibility
  • Chromatic, Strobe & Needle Modes
  • Up to ±0.1 Tuning Accuracy
  • Flat, Drop D & Capo Tuning Modes
  • True Bypass Circuitry
  • Power Adapter Available Separately
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TC Electronic Polytune 2 Mini Overview

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Designed for guitar players, the TC Electronic POLYTUNE 2 MINI is a tuning pedal. It offers polyphonic tuning, which means you can strum all the strings at the same time, look down at the display, track the tuning of each individual note, and tune much faster. It does this all while taking minimal space on your pedalboard, so you can save room for more traditionally exciting stompboxes.

The pedal makes use of 109 ultra-bright LEDs that ensure visibility on darkened, foggy stages. You can set these LEDs to work in Needle Mode, which gives you a column of five LEDs, or Strobe Mode, which is a more conventional display.

With the POLYTUNE2 MINI, you'll get a tuning accuracy of ±0.1 cents, which is pretty fine. No need to manually switch between modes: the pedal senses monophonic or polyphonic information automatically.

If you're using alternate tunings, you can set the pedal accordingly. Drop D, capo, and other modes are all available. The pedal operates with true bypass circuitry so it won't affect your tone when it's engaged or bypassed. It requires a separately available 9 VDC power adapter to operate.

Polyphonic Mode
The POLYTUNE 2 MINI allows you to play all your instrument's strings simultaneously when tuning. POLYTUNE 2 MINI will detect which strings need to be tuned and indicate those strings in its display. This allows you to tune your instrument much faster. You can strum your instrument, and POLYTUNE 2 MINI will analyze and display the tunings of all strings.
Key Features at a Glance
  • Compact tuner with polyphonic, chromatic, and strobe tuning for fast and accurate tuning
  • Super-bright 109-LED display and an ambient light detector 
  • Instant and clear readout in all viewing conditions
  • Easily fits on most pedalboards
  • Polyphonic tuning allows you to tune all your strings at once
  • Lightning-fast chromatic tuner offers ±0.5 cent accuracy
  • Ultra-precise strobe tuner gives you ±0.1 cent accuracy for ultimate tuning performance
  • Tuner magnet feature slows the needle when you get close to the target pitch, making it easy to tune up fast
  • Automatically switches between polyphonic and monophonic tuning modes based on how many strings you play
  • True bypass and silent tuning footswitch provides clarity, mitigating high-end loss when the pedal is off
  • Internal memory retains preferences even after power down, so you only have to set things once
  • Flat, Drop D and capo settings for total tuning flexibility
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TC Electronic POLYTUNE 2 MINI Polyphonic Tuner Pedal for Electric Guitar
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    TC Electronic Polytune 2 Mini Specs

    Audio Connections 1 x 1/4" TS Instrument Input, Phone Type
    1 x 1/4" TS Instrument Output, Phone Type
    Tuning Range A0 (27.5 Hz) to C8 (4186 Hz)
    Tuning Accuracy 0.1 Cent
    Reference Pitch A4 = 440 Hz
    Input Impedance 500 kOhms
    Power Input Standard 9 VDC, Center Negative >100 mA (Power Supply not Included)
    Current Draw 45 to 50 mA (Typical)
    Dimensions (W x D x H) 2 x 3.7 x 1.8" / 51 x 93 x 45 mm
    Weight 10.6 oz / 160 g

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