#1
I was wondering if there is a pedal that can make two guitar sound out of one and hormonize them in a way such as metallica or slayer would do?
Gear:
Mesa Boogie Tremoverb And Recto cab
Peavey 5150 and cab
Peavey classic 2 12
Agile Intercepor pro 7
Jackson soloist sls
Jackson RR3
Ibanez 7321
Washburn Dimebolt 333
#2
A chorus pedal gives the illusion of two guitars playing. I would recomend the electro harmonix small clone cuz it sounds amazing.
#3
I have a dod chourus, and yes it does give the illusion, but it does not do enough.
Gear:
Mesa Boogie Tremoverb And Recto cab
Peavey 5150 and cab
Peavey classic 2 12
Agile Intercepor pro 7
Jackson soloist sls
Jackson RR3
Ibanez 7321
Washburn Dimebolt 333
#4
the GNX4 can harmonize 1 guitar.
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#5
I think there is a Boss Harmonizer Pedal, and I think the Digitech Whammy can also.
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#6
Eh... The Eventide Ultra-Harmonizer ought to do ya !!

Just start saving until you have like.......... 5 grand !!
Tone is all ...... well probably 75%, in your fingers.
The rest depends on your wallet's thickness !!

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#7
play two guitars at a time... like mr michael angelo batio...
anyway, use a harmonizer, the "other" sound doesnt exactly replicate your tone though... a bit, crappy...
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#9
And Eventides..........
Tone is all ...... well probably 75%, in your fingers.
The rest depends on your wallet's thickness !!

Keep the faith, baby!!
#10
damn those eventides... XD
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#12
...Harmonizer is a brand name...nothing to do with actual harmonizing

I mean yes there are Harmonizers on them, but there's harmonizers on about 500 different peices of rack equipment that won't put you back, say, 5-8 grand

ie, old Rocktrons or Ensoniq or ADA or something

or you could just get the Boss pedal, or a Digitech Whammy at most
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#14
^What ?? You mean...... Echoplex style ??
Tone is all ...... well probably 75%, in your fingers.
The rest depends on your wallet's thickness !!

Keep the faith, baby!!
#15
it depends on how you're running your setup. i run direct and to acheive a double guitar sound, i'll use a pedal with stereo outputs, i have an arion compressor and a digitech grunge both with 2 outputs, and most fx units have stereo outs. plug each out to a seperate channel in your mixer and eq them slightly differently. there ya go.
#16
I use m headrush. with damp all the way right
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#19
Yeah, my bassist has a Zoom multi-fx pedal, and there's a setting where it adds a major third on top of the note he plays and one with a minor third. They don't really sound that good though. Also his amp has "Ultra-bass" on it, which adds an octave below.