#1
I have a GNX4 that has a really cool stutter effect that let's you speed up and slow down the stutter via the wah pedal. I was wondering if there is a single pedal out there that does the same effect. I'm not looking for tremolo or vibrato.
#3
I think its a little different than what your thinking, but add a kill switch to your guitar?

Ok maybe a lot different than what your thinking.
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#4
can you get an audio sample? descriptions of sounds are hard to state accurately.

kill switches are getting more popular (at least where i am looking) they can do a lot.
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#5
Sounds like a slicer. I have a patch on my GT-6 called "Slice and Filter" that gives me this phased electronica-type studder holding out one note
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#6
What about the Dunlop Rotovibe?
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