#1
So I got a Digitech Whammy Pedal a while back and I was wondering if there's any good songs that at least use it a bit. I mean, I really only have a couple songs to use it with and I can't really find any others.

Genre doesn't really matter.
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#2
A lot of Rage Against the Machine songs, and Audioslave songs, same with some White Stripes.
#3
Searching - Joe Satriani


There is a really nice section in that song not too far in.

Just jam with it though man, I'd love one.
#5
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Searching - Joe Satriani


There is a really nice section in that song not too far in.

Just jam with it though man, I'd love one.

I have been jamming with it, I just kinda wanted to see what other bands have been doing with it to get more ideas of what it's useful for. Y'know?
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Searching - Joe Satriani


There is a really nice section in that song not too far in.

Just jam with it though man, I'd love one.


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King James - Buckethead
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#8
Seven Nation Army- White Stripes (the bass-sounding riff is actually a guitar with the Whammy set to 2 octaves below).

Almost every RATM/Audioslave/other White Stripes song.
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#10
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Seven Nation Army- White Stripes (the bass-sounding riff is actually a guitar with the Whammy set to 2 octaves below).

Almost every RATM/Audioslave/other White Stripes song.


It's only one octave down.

And that's exactly what I said in my post...
#11
What, like every Buckethead song ever written? Soothsayer, King James and Fountains of the Forgotten come to mind.
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Dragonforce - discography :P
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Just a question...sorry to be a thread hijacker here, but i don't want to hurt my amp. I've heard NEVER to plug a bass into a guitar amp because the speakers can't handle the low frequencies. I have a digitech RP-250, and it has a whammy pedal function in it. Will dropping my guitar an octave with the pedal (to bass level) hurt my amp's speaker?
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Just a question...sorry to be a thread hijacker here, but i don't want to hurt my amp. I've heard NEVER to plug a bass into a guitar amp because the speakers can't handle the low frequencies. I have a digitech RP-250, and it has a whammy pedal function in it. Will dropping my guitar an octave with the pedal (to bass level) hurt my amp's speaker?


No, because it's still a guitar, technically. The whammy doesn't exactly sound like a bass, either...
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No, because it's still a guitar, technically. The whammy doesn't exactly sound like a bass, either...

Yeah, but it has the same frequency (or does it? I'm just assuming that because it is the same note as a bass)
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#18
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Seven Nation Army- White Stripes (the bass-sounding riff is actually a guitar with the Whammy set to 2 octaves below).

Almost every RATM/Audioslave/other White Stripes song.


So much fail and ignorance in that statement.
Yes it is a big part of Morellos sound it is NOT used in EVERY song.
but yeah look at Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave.
Pantera - Becoming
some Muse songs

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Quote by sw1ss023
Just a question...sorry to be a thread hijacker here, but i don't want to hurt my amp. I've heard NEVER to plug a bass into a guitar amp because the speakers can't handle the low frequencies. I have a digitech RP-250, and it has a whammy pedal function in it. Will dropping my guitar an octave with the pedal (to bass level) hurt my amp's speaker?

It's sort of relevant to the thread so I don't mind :p

Plus I already got the answers I wanted, thanks everyone, I'll check the songs out.
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