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Peterson Releases StroboStomp Classic

Peterson StroboStomp ClassicFor NAMM 2011, Peterson released the StroboStomp Classic, a retro stomp box tuner modeled after their Conn ST-11 Strobotuner from the ‘70s. The new pedal boasts .1 cent note detection and the company’s “Sweetened Tunings,” which are presets for specific instruments. A USB input allows for you to drop in your own presets and update firmware. The display is a large, high-contrast LCD that Peterson explains is easily visible in the dark as well as direct sunlight.

In addition to true bypass, the StroboStomp Classic has a built-in active DI. All the components are housed in a die-cast chassis with a small bar around the XLR out not only mimics the ST-11, but also serves as a cable guard. The Peterson StroboStomp Classic is available now with an MSRP of $189. Visit Peterson’s website for more info.

Peterson StroboStomp Classic Specs:

  • 100% True Bypass Tuning
  • Guaranteed 0.1 Cent Note Detection And Display Resolution Over The Entire Tuning Range
  • Large, High-Contrast Display Is Easily Visible In Direct Sunlight
  • Classic 70’s Conn Strobotuner Design
  • Sweetened Tuning™ Presets For Many Instruments
  • Buzz Feiten Tuning System ® Support
  • Fully Programmable Via USB From A PC Or Mac With Quick Access Favorites
  • Drop Tuning/Capo Tuning Auto-Transposition
  • Onboard, Professional Active DI (Mutable) With User-Selectable 3-Stage Attenuation
  • Heavy Duty, Die-Cast Chassis With 3PDT Stomp Switch
  • Switchcraft® Input/Output Jacks
  • Quick-Release Battery Access
  • Integrated Pedal-Board Mounting Lugs
  • 3-Year No Fault Warranty