texasdave Posted May 3, 2016 Share Posted May 3, 2016 Actually, my electrics are both BFTS (Tom Anderson). I don't bother with the offsets anymore, since I forgot to put them back in on a couple occasions after I did a reset. I normally use no offsets for my acoustic (you really don't need them with BFTS acoustics) and I use the "tune to E" method very successfully on electric (except I always tune the low E string fretting at 2 and tuning F#). But when I put them in, it worked just peachy for me (and see DI's explanation of the tuning accuracy above. It is accurate to 0.1 cent. Peter, I understand DI's explanation perfectly. I understood it perfectly long before he explained it again today. If the display granularity was +/- 6 cents the tuner would be just as accurate just less useful. For some of us, +/- 1 cent would be more useful. Some argue we're already at +/- 1 cent. and I disagree. If you fine-tune with your Strobosoft are you less happy? That's a rhetorical question. Texasdave Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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