Planet Waves PW-CT-11

Planet Waves PW-CT-11 manual

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  • True strobe tuning, not a simulation, accurate
    to +/- 0.1 of a cent
    Heavy-duty die-cast construction with true
    bypass wiring
    Buzz Feiten Tuning System
    ®
    mode, drop tuning
    modes, and backlit screen
    How it Works
    The Tru-Strobe Pedal Tuner works by displaying the
    interference between a reference frequency (or pitch) and
    the instrument’s signal input. Electronics in the tuner detect
    the pitch of the instrument’s signal and spin the rotary
    interface at the recognized pitch, “E” for example. The
    instrument’s signal then turns the rotary interface on and off
    as the string vibrates, and the optical interference creates
    the strobe effect. When the string’s frequency matches the
    lights’ spin rate, the image appears to stand still, indicating
    the string is perfectly in tune.
    Battery Installation
    The Tru-Strobe pedal tuner comes complete with a 9v
    battery. To access the battery compartment, press down
    on the footswitch with one hand and loosen the battery
    compartment locking screw to release the battery door.
    Connect high quality 9v battery to terminals and place
    in battery compartment. Close battery door and tighten
    battery door locking screw. Repeat this process each time
    a new battery is needed. This is indicated by a flashing “B”
    upon powering-up the tuner. The pedal can also be powered
    by the optional PW-CT-9V adapter.
    Tuner Set-Up
    The Tru-Strobe Pedal tuner has one input jack and two
    output jacks (Out and Bypass). Plug the instrument to
    be tuned into the tuner’s IN jack. The OUT jack is then
    connected to the amplifier. In this configuration, the signal
    from the instrument will be muted while in tuning mode.
    This is usually preferred as you can tune in silence. If
    you prefer the signal from your instrument to be audible
    while tuning, use the BYPASS OUT to connect the tuner
    to the amplifier. In this configuration the signal from the
    instrument bypasses the mute function and will always be
    sent to the amplifier whether in tuning or play mode. The
    Bypass out is also 100% isolated from the tuning circuitry
    to leave your instruments tone untouched. What this means
    is that while in play mode the input signal does not travel
    through the tuning circuit, so it will not degrade or change
    your instrument tone. For best battery life, unplug the
    instrument cable from tuner input when not in use.
    Display
    The backlit display illuminates automatically upon entering
    tuning mode. This makes the display easy to read in dimly
    lit environments. The tuner is equipped with a back-light
    disable feature. This comes in handy when playing outdoors
    in direct sunlight (it also saves battery life). To disable the
    backlight, simply press both the up and down arrow keys
    at the same time while in tuning mode. To reactivate the
    backlight function, simply repeat this process.
    Using the Tru-Strobe Tuner
    The Tru-Strobe Pedal becomes activated once a cable is
    plugged into the tuner’s input. (Again, to save the battery
    life of the tuner, unplug the cable from the input when
    the tuner will not be used for a period of time.) To enter
    tuning mode press down on the pedal and the backlit
    display will become active. (Note: The backlight will shut
    off after 30 seconds of inactivity to conserve battery
    life.) Pluck a string on the instrument to be tuned, and the
    tuner will recognize the pitch and display the note in the
    center interface. At this time you will notice that the rotary
    interface will be spinning clockwise or counter-clockwise.
    If the rotary interface is spinning clockwise, the input
    frequency is sharp. If the rotary interface spins counter-
    clockwise, the input frequency is flat. The speed at
    which the interface spins depends on how far the input
    frequency is from the ideal or correct frequency. Tune
    the instrument so that the speed of rotation slows down
    and eventually stops. (If the rotation speeds up, you are
    tuning in the wrong direction.) When the interface displays
    no movement, you are perfectly in tune. Repeat this
    step for additional strings to be tuned. The tuner is fully
    chromatic, so there is no need to change any settings for
    tuning different notes or pitches.
    Note: At first, it may take some time to adjust to this type
    of interface. Don’t worry—you’ll get the hang of it. Due to
    the supreme accuracy of the tuner, the reaction of the
    interface may be different from what you are used to with
    other tuners. With a little time this interface will become
    second nature allowing you to enjoy all the benefits of
    ultra-accurate tuning and experience the amazing sounds
    of strings resonating in perfect tune.
    Buzz Feiten Tuning System
    ®
    Mode
    The Buzz Feiten Tuning System
    ®
    is a system for setting up
    guitars and basses (or any fretted stringed instrument) so
    that the instrument plays in tune over the entire range of
    the fingerboard. A patented formula is used to position
    the nut, and tune and intonate the bridge so that you can
    play any interval or any chord shape anywhere on the
    fingerboard and be in tune. The BFTS comes equipped on
    new instruments from a wide range of manufacturers and
    builders, and can be retrofitted to any existing instrument
    by a Buzz Feiten Tuning System Authorized Retrofitter. The
    BFTS is used by all players regardless of experience level
    (from beginning students to professionals), to enjoy the
    benefits of playing in tune. For further information, please
    visit www.buzzfeiten.com
    Pressing the Mode button once enters the tuner into Buzz
    Feiten edit mode (display shows “B”). Use this mode if your
    instrument is Buzz Feiten equipped. Pressing either of the
    up or down arrows will cycle you through the five Buzz
    Feiten Tuning modes which include Bypassed (- -), Electric
    Tru-Strobe Pedal Tuner
Planet Waves PW-CT-11

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Especificaciones de Planet Waves PW-CT-11

General
Marca Planet Waves
Modelo PW-CT-11
Producto No categorizado
EAN 0019954960278
Idioma Español, Inglés, Alemán, Francia, Italiano, Chino
Tipo de archivo PDF
Características
Color del producto Black, Grey
Pantalla incorporada
Tipo de visualizador LCD
Tipo de producto Afinador
Color del producto Black, Grey
Tipo de producto Afinador

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