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The VPJR Tuner pedal combines Ernie Ball’s world-renowned volume pedal with an enhanced definition digital guitar tuner. In the heel-down position, the pedal’s vibrant touchscreen automatically enters tuner mode, allowing for silent tuning. As the foot sweeps forward, the screen switches to volume mode, providing a graphic display of your volume level. Alternatively, the screen can remain in volume mode or tuner mode, regardless of the pedal’s position in the sweep. Simply double tap on the touchscreen to toggle between modes. The VPJR Tuner provides the same rugged construction and time-tested performance as Ernie Ball’s traditional volume pedal, resulting in the most useful guitar tuner pedal on the market.
Enjoy all the benefits of an Ernie Ball volume pedal AND a high-end chromatic tuner. Save space and simplify your pedalboard with this unique 2-in-1 pedal.
The pedal’s enhanced definition digital tuner delivers a smooth, accurate, and visually pleasing tuning experience. Unlike a traditional volume pedal, the digital screen also provides a visual depiction of your volume level. If you’re in need of a tuner pedal, why not have a world-class volume pedal too?
Double tap anywhere on the upper half of the screen to select between three modes: volume only, tuning only, or volume + tuning. While the tuner is displayed, double tap anywhere on the lower half of the screen to display the pitch menu. Then single tap any of the frequencies to change the reference pitch of the tuner. Pedals are set to the standard 440 Hz, but settings from 432 Hz to 447 Hz are readily available. The touchscreen can be locked or unlocked by simply holding the lock icon for three seconds.
The VPJR Tuner can be used as a master or gain control on your pedal rig. It is compatible with almost any 9 to 18 volt power adaptor on the market. The mono input jack can accept both passive and active mono audio signals with 9 to 18 volts of headroom (depending on the power supply), making it an ideal tuner pedal for both bass and guitar.