#1
I'm looking for a pedal that functions as a wah pedal as well as a pitch shifter, does anyone know if this exists?

Thanks
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#2
i guess an octave shifter is like a pitch bender?

my HOG does that, i think older versions of the XP-100 (like the whammy wah) did that too.

most multi-effects will have both of those options onboard as well.
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#3
hmm, Digitech Whammy is my first thought but i don't know if it wah's too
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#4
Look to a MultiFX processor. I might be wrong, but I've never heard of a pedal that does both. You could try hooking up a wah pedal and a whammy and see where that gets you; hope you have good balance.

I know I've tried the two at the same time on my Vetta II and I believe the wah was barely noticeable. Could've been how I had it setup though....

Edit: The wah was more noticeable when the whammy was on a lower octave rather than the higher pitches.
Last edited by Dimarzio45 at Apr 11, 2013,
#7
A simple solution would involve a Whammy pedal a Wah Pedal and some bits of wood...
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#8


it's even called a whammy-wah. they don't make them anymore, but like i said the hog also does the same thing. but they don't make that anymore either (new version is supposed to be coming out). these pedals can just do one of those effects at a time though. (btw i am sure there is more pedals that can do this).

but as also mentioned, just about any multi-effects unit can do this and they can do it at the same time
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Last edited by gumbilicious at Apr 11, 2013,
#9
Just get an expression pedal and a wah, stand on both at the same time and act like you're humping the guitar. Should work a treat.

You could have a look at making one... Cannibalize a wah pedal so it can be used with an expression pedal maybe?
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#10
Quote by Insanity ninja
Just get an expression pedal and a wah, stand on both at the same time and act like you're humping the guitar. Should work a treat.

You could have a look at making one... Cannibalize a wah pedal so it can be used with an expression pedal maybe?


i am actually looking at making my wah into volume/wah/expression pedal. basic design would be one input and 4 outputs.
output 1: Wah
output 2: volume
output 3: expression
output 4: expression

i want it to be able to do expression outputs at the same time as using the volume or wah. tbh it is still just an idea, i haven't gotten around to doing all the detail yet. doesn't seem like it'd be too hard though.
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#11
On the Line 6 M series you can assign the expression pedal to multiple fx, so I imagine you could turn on both wah and pitch shifter, set your upper and lower variable limits and go to town if that's the effect you want.

Edit: and it has a kick ass harmonizer...combined with wah, that might be worth checking out...hmmm
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Last edited by dkunick at Apr 11, 2013,
#12
^You certainly can. Same goes for Line 6 HD units, if you do some deep patch editing on a computer.
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#14
The Whammy is not a wah in the least...
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#15
Quote by MrFlibble
^You certainly can. Same goes for Line 6 HD units, if you do some deep patch editing on a computer.



You can do that editing straight from the unit.
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