#1
Ok, just thinking (i don't knwo if there is a pedal for this...) If i bought a delay and an octaver pedal, could i essentially put it on a very slight delay, an octave down or whatever, and have it sound like it was a harmony even though it's only me playing it, and only through one amp? Dunno if that made sense, but if you can work it out, then the help will be appreciated....
#2
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octaver should work though.

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so you want to harmonize your delay? no clue

I'm so getting on that though
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#4
Actually, you don't need the octaver if you just want a two guitar, iron maiden type sound. With my DD-3 if I set it to a very short delay time, and only one repeat, it covers that harmonized type sound. The only thing is it is pretty digital sounding, but that may just be the DD-3.

Edit: If you want to have two different octaves then you don't need the delay, just an octave set to one up or one down that still plays the normal signal.
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#5
What you said should work, though solos aren't usually harmonized in octaves. Most harmonizing pedals make you pick a consistent interval disregarding scale/key, which is dumb and puts the harmony out of key. The few effects I've tried that actually let you pick your scale still sounded like **** anyway. Though, I haven't tried very many.
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Quote by tubetime86
Actually, you don't need the octaver if you just want a two guitar, iron maiden type sound. With my DD-3 if I set it to a very short delay time, and only one repeat, it covers that harmonized type sound. The only thing is it is pretty digital sounding, but that may just be the DD-3.


He's not just trying to make it sound like two guitars. He wants harmony.

inB4, I'm really picky and unison is a harmony, and disregard that, I SUCKS COCKS.
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What you said should work, though solos aren't usually harmonized in octaves. Most harmonizing pedals make you pick a consistent interval disregarding scale/key, which is dumb and puts the harmony out of key. The few effects I've tried that actually let you pick your scale still sounded like **** anyway. Though, I haven't tried very many.



then it isnt a harmonizer at all. ur talking about a pitch shifter. ive got one on my digital multi fx, i love the sound.
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then it isnt a harmonizer at all. ur talking about a pitch shifter. ive got one on my digital multi fx, i love the sound.


Well, I said that I was talking about ones that actually let you pick the scale too.
#12
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TS with long enough delay times on a digital delay & solos you can actually harmonize yourself with the echo of you playing which sounds pretty badass. Other than that and an octaver & the harmony man I dunno what to suggest
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