#1
What effect pedal or multi effects can make my guitar's pitch (or in fact my amp's pitch) higher?

Lets put it like this. My guitar is in Standard E and I hit for example the low E string. Normally my amp will produce the E note but I want it to produce the D without changing tunings on my guitar so I can even make it sound like Standard B.
The Multi-Effects processor I got can do that but the only problem is that theres a noticeable delay between the amp producing sound and me hitting the guitar.
really need ur help guys, thx
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Engl Ritchie Blackmore Signature
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Jim Dunlop Max Grip Carbon Jazz III
Effects
Boss CH-1 Super Chorus
#2
You could do it the old fashion way and just change your tunings...
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#3
Not sure if this is really what you're looking for, but the Whammy IV has a drop tune mode that puts the every note you play down a whole step, it just tracks just a bit muddy. No real delay when playing either. To get standard B with the octave setting would be a bitch... Ok scratch the above idea mostly...
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#4
Quote by Knightmare444
You could do it the old fashion way and just change your tunings...


im not gnna put my floyd guitar thats in Standard E with 9's in Standard B....
the thing i wanted to accomplish was not tuning my guitar to B or something like that but just using a pedal or so
Guitars
Jackson SL3MG
Ibanez RGR321EX
Kramer 120
Bass
Epiphone Embassy Standard V
Amp
Engl Ritchie Blackmore Signature
Pick
Jim Dunlop Max Grip Carbon Jazz III
Effects
Boss CH-1 Super Chorus
#5
i heard you can easely dö that with midi pickups
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#6
You could actually just get another guitar for drop tunings to save all that cash on stupid FX pedals... If you want to do it, do it properly.
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#7
Quote by Gryphon999
im not gnna put my floyd guitar thats in Standard E with 9's in Standard B....
the thing i wanted to accomplish was not tuning my guitar to B or something like that but just using a pedal or so


Put 11's on it then tune it down :P
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Jay Turser Les Paul
PRS SE Custom 24
Washburn Paul Stanley Sig
Fender Stratocaster
Fender CD-60CE
Line 6 Spider III 120
VK112 w/Man o War
#8
Yeah I'm not sure that a pedal is going to do that all that effectively, you'd be better off with another guitar.

If you want something fancy look at the line6 variax series, they have a whole load of digital shenanigans built in for that kind of thing.
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#9
if im gnna buy a new guitar its gnna be a 1k+ one and im not gnna spend some of it on a mediocre guitar.. there should be a pedal that is able to do it, its much easier than changing tunings on a floyd but i guess it doesnt exist
Guitars
Jackson SL3MG
Ibanez RGR321EX
Kramer 120
Bass
Epiphone Embassy Standard V
Amp
Engl Ritchie Blackmore Signature
Pick
Jim Dunlop Max Grip Carbon Jazz III
Effects
Boss CH-1 Super Chorus
#10
Its not possible to do (without sounding bad) with a pedal. The only thing I've seen that can change tunings without actually drop tuning was a Line 6 Variax guitar. It uses individual piezo pickups for each string, and actually sounds good. But then you would need to buy a new guitar, and I think you may need to use a POD too. Plus you cant get Variax's with Floyds, and although you can get a Graphtech Floyd with piezo's, you would still need the whole Variax processor thingy to make it work.

Basically it cant really be done.
#11
Quote by Gryphon999
if im gnna buy a new guitar its gnna be a 1k+ one and im not gnna spend some of it on a mediocre guitar.. there should be a pedal that is able to do it, its much easier than changing tunings on a floyd but i guess it doesnt exist



Variax guitars aren't mediocre
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