Excellent Review by Eric Dahl of the New GoGo Drop Spot in latest Maverick Magazine M Life section.
"GoGo Tuners made a name for themselves as the biggest tuner screen on the market, which is very helpful for easy verification of your tuning. Now they are getting into the pedal power market with their new Drop Spot. The device looks like an orange UFO but it is actually a USB rechargeable 9 volt lithium power supply for your pedalboard. Besides the smaller size I like the simplicity that when the middle light is green it is charged and when it is Red you are out of power. It takes approximately three hours to charge and the Drop Spot will last for up to 48 hours powering multiple pedals before needing a recharge. GoGo Tuners new Drop Spot is a pedalboards dream come true."
It’s festival season, and the Horizon ($99 street) has become my go-to chromatic tuner for outdoor stages because it’s “pedalboard friendly” (i.e.— small) but offers a huge horizontal screen. So far, no amount of sunlight has been able to completely obliterate the dazzling high-definition red (out of tune) and green (in tune) hues that illuminate the entire display. Until someone makes tiny umbrellas to shade pedal tuners, that’s a massive benefit for summer shows. The Horizon’s metal chassis seems indestructible, it’s true bypass, and you can power other pedals with its DC Out jack. A winner for all seasons!
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