Peterson VS-R StroboRack Virtual Strobe Rack Tuner

Rackmountable Tuner with Virtual Strobe Display
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Super-accurate Tuner from Peterson

Incorporating Peterson's patented Virtual Strobe Technology into a single space rack format, meet the StroboRack - one of the most accurate rack tuners on the market at a staggering precision of 0.1 cent. Unexcelled accuracy and pro-audio performance separate the StroboRack from the rest of the pack with its huge Strobe display screen and banks of Peterson exclusive "Sweetened" tunings.

Peterson StroboRack Tuner Features:
  • 0.1 cent accuracy
  • Large, backlit Virtual Strobe display
  • Total of 24 Peterson "Sweetened" tunings for Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Dobro, Baritone, Steel Guitar, and Electric Violin
  • Buzz Feiten Tuning System with Open String and Intonation settings
  • 8 User-programmable Sweeteners
  • 25 User presets
  • Built-in mic
  • Mute button & remote jack
  • Tone out jack
  • All metal construction
  • Neutrik jacks
  • 12V BNC output for gooseneck light
  • Built-in power supply (No wall wart!)
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Additional Media

VS-R StroboRack User Manual
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Tech Specs

Type Chromatic
Format Rack
Display Type Strobe
Reference Pitch A4 = 390Hz-490Hz
Tuning Range 16Hz-3.6kHz
Power Supply Included Yes
Inputs 1 x TS
Outputs 1 x TS
Height 1.75"
Depth 8"
Width 19"
Weight 6.66 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 403847

Customer Reviews

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Two Thumbs UP

All guitars that come into my studio go thru this before anything happens. It tunes, it intonates, and you can also put custom logos on it. This thing does so much I dont even know what it does. even some of my friends that have "good ears" have started to come over to use this to intonate their guitars with. buy it with no regrets
Music background: IM A PLAYA

Best Strobe

I owned a Rocktron tuner that was unbearable , and now I own the Peterson Strobe and am very quick to tune both my 12 string and my six string! It is a wonderful tuner worth the price!

Best Tuner Ever

I play pedal steel guitar and I use a tempered tuning that is impossible to achieve with a stomp box. I'm able to store presets for both necks and all my slide and resonator guitars. Display is visible in bright sunlight for outdoor gigs. Best tuner ever.
Music background: Country, Americana, Classic Rock

2014 Review

This tuner is over the top good. Very easy to setup, very easy to see, even from a distance. The tuning accuracy was my main focus when I started comparing the Peterson VS-R to all others I could find on the open market. It has more features and options than any other tuner. If you want to add a nice piece to your rack, seriously look no further.
Music background: Recording Engineer, Live Sound Engineer, Pro Musician, Hobbyist, Student

Well Worth the Money

I've used several other tuners over the years, including a TC Polytune pedal (Actually a pretty good tuner) A Boss TU-2 (which broke after 2 years of light use and never properly picked up my low B string on my 7 string), and a Korg DTR-2000 rack tuner. The Peterson unit blows them all away as far as accuracy is concerned.I can get that pesky G string perfect with very little effort. It picks up my low B with pretty good accuracy and not too much "noise" which is a first in a tuner that I've used. It's plain to see that you get what you pay for. I've never used a strobe tuner before, so it took me a little getting used-to. One thing I found helpful, was either role your tone off a bit, or use your neck pickup, and also roll your volume down a bit. It's so sensitive, if you give it a good hard pick with guitar volume on 10, the display is going to go nuts and you aren't going to be able to interpret it very easily.It tracks very quickly, and it's insanely accurate. Now that I've used one, I won't use anything else. Great product, and well worth the money.
Music background: Long Time Hobbyist
See also: Tuners, Peterson, Peterson Guitar Tuners