#1
well i like the digitech whammy, but it's a bit expensive for something i wouldn't use THAT often..

so.

any alternatives?

i thought either an octave pedal or a pitch shifter...?

thanks for any help
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#3
Quote by Skierinanutshel
most good (polyphonic, no glitching in the tracking) octave pedals are expensive, unless you go with an octavio style fuzz, but then you wont get clean signal.


damn...

is it an octave pedal i need then?

and is polyphonic where you can play more than one note at once?
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#5
I didn't think the tracking was that great on the newer Digitech Whammy, so anything cheaper than that would probably be pretty bad. If you just want something that'll play fixed intervals, a Boss Super Octave would work for $100-120. If you're wanting an expression pedal that you can manually shift the pitch with your foot, they're quite a bit more expensive.
#6
Today im going to show you how to whammy without a whammy bar!!!
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#7
behringer have just done a pitch shifter/harmonizer thing

i havent heard anything about it yet though
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#9

I couldn't find it...
1987 Ibanez Jem 777LNG #124
2012 Herc Fede PMC Jem
1987 Ibanez RG550 Road Flare Red-R
Marshall JCM-1 W/Lead 12 Cab.
Wampler, Ibanez, MXR, Morley Pedals
#10
Quote by Hoodoo Child
well i like the digitech whammy, but it's a bit expensive for something i wouldn't use THAT often..

so.

any alternatives?

i thought either an octave pedal or a pitch shifter...?

thanks for any help

get the digitech rp80 it has 40 effects and effect 17 is the same as the digitech whammy pedal
#12
Go used. I got mine for 80 bucks without a power adapter. Add a 15 dollar adapter to that (its a special one, most of the time it also must be special ordered) and its 95, pretty cheap.
#14
Whammy without a whammy bar if you ask me. Or buy one of those really cheap behringer whammy ripoffs.
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#15
Quote by random_B-RAD
Whammy without a whammy bar if you ask me. Or buy one of those really cheap behringer whammy ripoffs.


you may have the wrong end of the stick...

i mean alternatives to the whammy PEDAL.

not a whammy bar, ive got a floyd rose
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