#1
i know that yu,ll all have a field day with this ,but is there a stomp box that i can punchin to down key or upkey?
#2
Umm, again, in english please.
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#3
you could use an octaver...

then again you sound like an idiot so you probably couldn't.
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#4
Quote by zorbozate
i know that yu,ll all have a field day with this ,but is there a stomp box that i can punchin to down key or upkey?


I sincerely hope that English is not your first language.

A Capo could change the key.
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#5
Do you mean a capotasto ? Rephrase plz ...
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#6
he's asking if there is a pedal he can use to change the tune or key of his guitar. I think a Whammy pedal would do
#7
It isn't perfect english, but I understood it perfectly, lol....

He wants a pedal to change the notes he plays up or down a specific number of steps/halfsteps, effectively changing the key of what he is playing.

I don't think one exists, but you could re-tune your guitar or use a capo...
#8
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he's asking if there is a pedal he can use to change the tune or key of his guitar. I think a Whammy pedal would do


no a whammy pedal would change the tone of the guitar. treble/bass

hed need an octaver of some sort

or he could use a capo/downtune
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#9
Learn to play in a different key.
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Quote by Necr0maniac
no a whammy pedal would change the tone of the guitar. treble/bass

hed need an octaver of some sort

or he could use a capo/downtune


A whammy pedal, not a wah pedal

whammy pedals actively track the note coming into them and change it up or down... They don't track perfectly though, also it would be very difficult to set it to just the right position to change the key
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Quote by Necr0maniac
no a whammy pedal would change the tone of the guitar. treble/bass

hed need an octaver of some sort

or he could use a capo/downtune


no a whammy changes the pitch.

it won't change the key though, it'll just change the pitch of a single note by a specific amount.

Also don't try chords with it unless you like strange sounds.
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