#1
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Morpheus-DropTune-Octave-Guitar-Effects-Pedal?sku=583554

im really intrigued by this pedal. it would be great to own because i play a lot of metal and its hard to change tunings because i have a floyd rose. has anyone ever used this? im looking for reviews. when you use it does it alter or thin out your sound?
#2
Never saw that before... But my experience with pedals that detune you has been pretty lame. Never heard of the company, and it's $200, so that's a really mixed bag... I'd look up professional reviews on Google or whatever.
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#3
i dont think anyone on here have one

and droptune Pedal is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too good to be true
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#4
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I'd look up professional reviews on Google or whatever.

Professional reviews are the worst kind of reviews, and reviews in general are terrifically unreliable.
#5
Well, if it could put you in Drop C or tunings that aren't in the "standard" formula, THEN it would be "waaaaaaaaaaaay" too good to be true.

I'd definitely try to find a place that will let you test one out before you dive into an investment that might not even work.
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#6
Use the searchbar, there have been loads of thread on this already
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#7
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Professional reviews are the worst kind of reviews, and reviews in general are terrifically unreliable.


Yeah, fan reviews are so much better.
8/10 of the reviews for a guitar on MusiciansFriend: "This guitar is awesome! 5*!"

Haha... Yeah, reviews suck for the most-part reflecting on it...
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#8
That's what I was getting at, everyone who does a voluntary review is either a fanboy or hates the thing, and professional reviewers are getting paid for it...not exactly a trustworthy group of demographics.
#9
I just skim through and find the reviews that aren't 10/10 or 1/10

Lol it says

"The DropTune was developed by a team of guitar effects pros with over 50 years of experience at other companies where they created some of today's most famous pedals"

But it doesn't say who, what companys, or what pedals

Lol probably behringer
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#11
From videos I seen it looked decent, but it have to to try it first.
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