#1
G'day chaps,

TGIF! Looking to get myself a harmony pedal & an octave pedal; to produce a harmonised & octave of my... actually you can kinda guess why.

Never even touched either type of pedal before. The harmony notes will need to be in a certain key & the octave needs to go up/down 1 octave at most.

I need them to have separate controls & footswitches as I plan on using them in the same song but not at the same time every time.

New/Used - Prefer used
Location - UK
Budget - £200 MAX for both

I've seen the Digitech Whammy has both these functions, but can they be used independently?

Any suggestions/questions welcomed!

EDIT: I've seen the Digitech Whammy 4 & a FS3X footswich. Would this work for what I want?
Last edited by AndyGray at Mar 15, 2013,
#2
The whammy does have both octave up/down just by adjusting the footpedal, and the harmonies range from maj2 to min7 i believe. You can't do both at the same time and the only issue is you need to use the knob to change functions. I know Boss has a few pedals for harmonizing and they also have an octave. These would all fit in your budget, there are some that are outside your budget like the HOG from EHX
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#3
The octave pedal I was impressed with that the MXR Slash signature one. I heard it at a store. I'm not 100% sure it is what you are looking for, but I thought I would throw a out of the box suggestion out there.
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Last edited by Shadowofravenwo at Mar 15, 2013,