#1
Basically i want to play in Drop A# on one of my guitars, but setting up my guitar for that would be a pain, so i was wondering if there's any sort of software / pedal / other shit or anything that can do this for me?

Any sort of feedback would be great thanks (:
#4
i'm going to tell you now, mate - your signal will sound weak as shit. no matter how good the pitchshifter may be (and the morpheus is a great one), the lower you tune, the more dynamics you will lose. it's best to bite the bullet and set your guitar up properly with decent thick guage strings.
#6
you can get a professional set up for less than $50, which would be cheaper and sound better than anything you could buy to fake being in drop a#.

just some food for thought

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#7
Short answer: no.

Long answer: Yeah, but not really. Some pedals and devices claim to be able to detune in seconds, but really theyre a lot less lovely than they claim to be.

Either spend a few hours setting it up properly, or (seeing as you were willing to drop money for this "other shit") pay a tech to do it.
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#8
I have a Morpheus Droptune pedal, I bought it because I was fed up with carrying another guitar to practice for just one song which is tuned to C standard. It's alright but doesn't compare to a properly set up guitar.
#9
Gibson robot guitar?

Do what the rest of us do - multiple guitars. I have one in standard, one in drop D and one in open G.
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