Anyone know of a cool, unusual type of effect pedal? I got about $230. I'm considering maybe a whammy pedal.
EDIT: I remember reading a Guitar World article about some guy who makes these pedals that sound like lasers shooting or whatever? Anyone know what I'm talking about?
Last edited by stratdud39 at Jun 17, 2010,
+1 for delay pedal.

The Whammy is kinda too specific to really be a 'crazy' pedal, IMO the Whammy isn't versatile enough for 'crazy' noises. All it really is is a pitch shifter... it's only crazy in combinations with other things.

What about an envelope filter? The Line 6 FM-4 is just a touch outside of your price range.
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thanks guys i'll check those suggestions out, and $1,500? damn. Also, i already have a delay and synth wah (both digitech ).
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It works for me
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I disagree. I absolutely love my Whammy, and I find that it gives me a huge range of sonic possibilities. Combined with an analogue delay I can just play around with it for days.