"I want to thank you and Kraft for a great job. The delivery was on time and the man was helpful and pleasant. I have always been overly cautious of ordering things online that are so expensive, but you and your company has proven that this can be done! My granddaughter loves her new piano and I loved your service and product, too!" - Sissy, MA
“So pleased to have this instrument. It's what I've always been looking for. My thanks to you and Kraft Music for getting this instrument so quickly!” - Robert, FL
The Pitchblack Custom features the first vertical 3D visual meter on a pedal tuner. Three-dimensional lights and versatile display modes deliver an unprecedented level of visibility. In addition to allowing ultra-high +/- 0.1 cent tuning precision, it features true bypass switching that prevents any coloration of your tone. Designed with the needs of professionals in mind, the Pitchblack Custom will provide years of trouble-free operation. The durable aluminum die cast body provides a DC output that allows parallel connection for powering other effects pedals. The Pitchblack Custom offers unbeatable visibility and accuracy for all guitarists and bassists and is the clear choice for professionals.
3D visual meter creates a revolutionary visual effect
The 3D visual meter exemplifies the Custom Shop series. A large and easily visible note name indication and the distinct movement of brightly illuminated LEDs make the pitch difference and change instantly recognizable. This new 3D visual meter makes it simple to tune with a precision of ±0.1 cent.
Ultra-high tuning accuracy of +/- 0.1 cents
Designed with the professional user in mind, KORG’s Pitchblack Custom offers extremely accurate tuning with a detection range of +/- 0.1 cents, a level of precision that is uncommon of pedal tuners. With the Pitchblack Custom, players of all styles can now enjoy the same ultra-high precision offered in KORG’s flagship tuner, the Pitchblack Pro.
Four meter display modes
Choose from four meter display modes to suit your playing style. In addition to the standard "Regular A mode," you can use "Strobe mode" or "Half-strobe mode" in which the direction and speed of meter movement indicate the pitch change for easy visualization of even minute differences, as well as "Regular B mode" in which the meter rises by being stacked from bottom to top toward a reference line --- a mode that’s possible only with KORG’s vertical display.