#1
Say I had a song I wanted to play and it was tuned all flat, could I use the pitch shifter on my amp to take it down to the correct tuning? Would it sound the same?
Also, for songs in a tuning like open A, could I tune the 1st, 5th and 6th strings down 2 steps, then shift the pitch up 4 steps?
#2
With the whammy IV, I know you can only choose 1or two octaves down/up, and a full step down, along with harmonies and a floyd rose setting (also the detune, but that sounds more like a chorus IMO)
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#3
I guess it might sound similar. But probably you can clearly hear that it's a pitch shifter and not the pure guitar. Also, the pitch shifter (especially if it's not very high quality) might go crazy with chords.
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I guess it might sound similar. But probably you can clearly hear that it's a pitch shifter and not the pure guitar. Also, the pitch shifter (especially if it's not very high quality) might go crazy with chords.

The whammy IV does that with the higher octaves, yet sounds cool at the same time
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