#1
Just wondering...

Is there a pedal that can harmonize what you're playing? Normally I just record one guitar and then lay a second guitar track down to harmonize some riffs.

Is there a pedal that will do this? Just for the sake of playing around. I prefer a second guitarist in a live situation.

Thanks for any suggestions UG.
#3
I'm not sure, but I think the Digitech Whammy Pedal has a harmonizer function. But like I said, I'm not sure.
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#4
Damn quick responses. Thanks Gents.

The harmony man will most certainly do what I want it to. And buy what I"ve just read ... a lot more. Pedal seems very very versatile.

Thanks!!
#5
Yeah the Boss PS5 does it too, but you gotta practically be a genius to know how to work it. Or at least read the manual a couple times
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#6
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dont get the whammy - it doesn't track well enough to be a proper harmonizer. it's more of a fun toy...


To true. Works decent enough for octaves though, but, others not so much.

BUT!

Chances are harmonizing isnt why you bought the Whammy in the first place.
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#7
Yeah I think I'm going for the digitech pedal. Price is a bit steep, but I should be able to find it used on eBay or CL.

Just gotta RTFM otherwise it will piss me off