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Digitech Whammy


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If you start a reply with: I have never played one but I have heard good things about it! Your opinion is invalid.
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I'll have to listen to surfacing again, but if i'm not mistaken he's tapping an octave up and bending.
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Digitech Whammy


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make sure you set up your amp's eq properly though, and tune your guitar, sounds terrible on an untuned guitar and poor eq settings..
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Digitech Whammy is probably the best bet, but the Digitech RP250 does a decent job at reproducing the sounds. I have used both, never owned the Whammy due to the price, but if price is not an issues you can't beat the Whammy.... but if you are interested in a multi effects processor under $200 I would recommend the Digitech RP250, it has most of the Whammy features like octave up, 2 octaves up, a second below, a fourth below, an octave down, 2 octaves down and dive bomb. As well as 8 different harmony blends....

In looking around there seems to be a few sites, including amazon that are selling the Whammy for a fair bit less than it's usual $250....