#1
Possibly major noobish question but how would one go about lowering the octave of a note without tuning lower?

for example playing a E2 (low E on guitar) but having a E1 (E on bass) come out of the amp.

would one use a pedal of some sort or something else? (examples por favor)
#2
There's lots of octaver pedals you can get, such as the DigiTech Whammy, or the DigiTech Dan Donegan signature pedal, The Weapon, as well as the Morpheus DropTune, and I know there are others, but I can't think of any off the top of my head at the moment.
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#4
They change the existing signal.
The Dan Donegan signature pedal adds another signal, and you have a wet/dry mix, though, which can be useful for some cool effects.
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#5
Dan Donegan is that guy from Disturbed am i correct? don't mind me askin im an industrial and doom metal person not rock..
#6
Yeah, that's him. He used the octave down effect on Intoxication and Rise.

And, Disturbed is nu-metal, not rock :P
Much too heavy to be rock :P
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Justice4AllOne pretty much mentioned all of my ideas so yeah...pointless pun post.

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Thanks fer settin me straight on that Justice

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I was thinking that too, Justice usually seems like a pretty knowledgeable guy.