#1
So I'm searching through pedals to buy for my guitar, and... I'm just wondering- do they sell pedals that allow a player to drop-tune without actually loosening the tension of the strings? Like, something that takes the sound while going through an effects chain and drops it down (like an octave pedal except for half/whole steps instead of full octaves) before it hits the amp? If so, could someone give me a link to it? That would be sweet, thanks.
P.S. I know I already made a thread about pedals, but I can't find it, so I'm forced to start this thread.
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#2
The DigiTech Whammy can do it.
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#3
Oh cool, thanks.
Are there any others?
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#4
does that work with a bass, or is there a version for bass?
#5
I do this all the time with a G Major. Not a pedal, per se, but it's easy enough to set up a floor controller for it, and the sound quality is way better than what I used to get with a Whammy. I have one preset that shifts a whole step down, and one preset that shifts a half step up. What's cool is that you can shift in any increment (including microtones) up or down by as much as 2 octaves.
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#6
The G Major would probably give you better sound quality, yeah. I've never used one though.
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does that work with a bass, or is there a version for bass?


There is but they are pretty rare and usually go for around 700. I have seen people use a digitech whammy with a bass before though.