- Pedal Accessories
- Humidity Care
We designed StroboStomp Mini around the most requested features from our customers: a mini form factor, and top mounted jacks. We felt there could be no concessions in StroboStomp Mini. Users will find everything they love about StroboStomp HD in StroboStomp Mini, pop-less true bypass, pure buffer, always-on Monitor Mode, transposition, adjustable concert A reference, as well as a few new features like Power Up Mute State not yet available on StroboStomp HD. As with all our tuners, StroboStomp Mini adheres to our 0.1 cents standard of tuning accuracy. StroboStomp Mini is everything you need in a pedal tuner; shrunk down to less than half the size of StroboStomp HD.
Mini Pedal Form Factor
Size matters. StroboStomp Mini includes all the fantastic tuning power you have come to love, in a teeny tiny living space.
With its HD display, StroboStomp Mini is accurate to 1/10th of 1 cent, includes over 80 Sweetened and Guided Tunings, has adjustable Concert A Reference from 390Hz - 490Hz, and includes Transposition settings from -5 - +6 half steps.
Top Mounted Jacks
StroboStomp Mini utilizes top mounted jacks to make its small footprint even more useful. StroboStomp Mini will fit on even the most crowded pedalboard.
- High-Definition LCD Display with LED Backlight
- Easily Visible in Direct Sunlight or Stage Lighting
- User-Configurable Display Backlight Color
- Over 80 Sweetened and Guided Tunings
- 390Hz - 490Hz Concert A Reference
- +5 to -6 Transposition
- Pop-less, 100% True Bypass Mode
- Pure Buffered Output Mode
- Tuning 'Always-On' Monitor Mode
- Real Strobe Tuner with 0.1 Cent Accuracy
- Mini Form Factor
- Top Mounted Jacks
- Firmware Updateable
- Peterson Connect™
- 9V DC / USB-C Bus Powered
- Power Supply 9VDC Negative Center Pin / USB-C Bus
- Peterson Connect Compatible
- Note Selection Automatic
- Guided Tunings
- Buffered Mode
- Form Factor Pedal / Floor
- Display Type LCD w/ LED Backlight
- Stainless Steel Construction
- Product Weight .0.56lb (8.9oz)
- USB Type C
- Battery Type None
- Power Out None
- 1/4" Mono Inputs
- Mute-able Output
- Transposition Range -6 to +5
- 2 Year Warranty
- Unlimited User Presets
- Other DI: No
- Note Range CO - A#8
- Firmware Updatable
- Multi-Color Display
- True Bypass
- Accuracy 0.1 Cents
- Display Resolution 224 Strobe Segments
- Product Dimensions LxWxH 94mm x 46mm x 33.5mm ( without switch)
- USB Port
- Power 9VDC 85mA (Nominal)
- 1/4" Mono Outputs
- Concert A Range 390Hz to 490Hz
- Frequency Response Range 16.35Hz to 7302Hz
- Over 80 Sweetened Tunings
Acoustic guitars and ukulele are made of wood, and wood is sensitive to changes in climate. Shifts in temperature or relative humidity can affect your instrument in multiple ways, some of which can lead to costly repairs if you’re not careful. Solid woods in particular are especially prone to the effects of climate fluctuation. For example, extended exposure to low relative humidity (below 40% RH) can dry out the wood, causing it to shrink and run the risk of cracking. Similarly, excessive humidity can cause the wood to absorb moisture and swell, potentially causing other problems. Without adequate humidity control (especially in drier local climates), acoustic instruments can crack and their necks can warp, causing problems with fretting, intonation and playability.
So how do you prevent this kind of damage? Easy: by keeping your guitars and ukulele properly humidified (ideally between 40-60% RH). The easiest way to do this is by storing your instruments in a case with a case two-way humidifier inside. A two-way humidifier will slowly absorb or release moisture inside your case, maintaining humidity to help ensure your instrument doesn’t suffer damage. Using a digital hygrometer can help you monitor humidity levels around your instrument.
Symptoms of a dry acoustic instrument:
- Low action. Strings are very close to the fretboard.
- Hump on the fretboard where the neck joins the body.
- Sunken top across the soundboard between bridge and fingerboard.
- The back of instrument looks very flat when it is dried out.
- Sharp fret ends extend beyond the edge of the fretboard.
- The plane of the neck angle on a dry instrument hits above the top of the bridge.
Symptoms of a wet acoustic instrument:
- High action. Strings that are unusually high off the fretboard, making it difficult to play.
- Unusually swollen top
- Unusual warp on the top, back or both at the end-block
- Improper neck angle. Sighting the neck to the bridge, the frets will appear to hit below the bridge.
Using patented technology, the D’Addario Two-Way Humidification System features disposable, moisture-filled packets with a breathable membrane that provides two-way humidity control, meaning it can either release or absorb moisture to consistently maintain a predetermined relative humidity (RH) level of 45-50 percent.
Music Nomad the leader in equipment care products, has developed an easy to use, no mess, and low maintenance Ukulele humidifier. The Humilele rests securely on top of the strings to safely and evenly hydrate your Ukulele to avoid these problems.
Final Notes on Humidity Control
To monitor the amount of humidity your instrument is receiving, we recommend the purchase of a digital hygrometer, a device that gauges and provides a read-out of humidity levels. It can be kept in the room where you store your instruments, or, better yet, in a central location inside the instrument case, preferably Velcro’d to the outside of the accessories compartment (facing the heel). The optimal range for your guitars and ukulele is 45-55% RH.