#1
Are there any pedals out there that allow you to pan your sound from one set of speakers to another? I've never heard of one but i think it would be a cool idea.
#2
By pan you mean like sound rotating from sets of speakers?

you can get the effect with a Leslie simulator. Also a Univibe.
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#3
yeah, like that cool effect they can do in studios. The sound whooshes from left to right and vice versa.
#4
it's called panning. you do it after you record everything. ur talking about jimi hendrix stuff right?
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#5
its a good idea to replicate a lot of studio sounds that you couldnt really do live, but your rig would have to be set up for it, ie. having two speakers on either side of the stage connected to a single input. on a regular amp or halfstack changing the speakers wouldnt have enough of an effect on what the audience would hear, otherwise.

definitly a good idea tho, i tried doing something like it by going gtr-cord-amp-cord-pedal-cord-amp2, the pedal being on a setting that only changed the volume, in effect, allowing to double myself or create effects easily done in a studio by manipulating the panning.
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#6
Yeah, hendrix did it, Jimmy Page did it also. I think it would be a really cool effect and i think the crowd would love it. It would work much better for bigger venues because there would be a larger area between the speakers on either side of the stage. Thanks for the info
#7
some phasers/tremolo pedals with stereo capabilities can do that...
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#8
every artist used panning, from hendrix to green day to metallica, its just much less obvious in instances where each channel left and right, is playing the same thing, ie doubling. the same idea can be used by having two guitars, but either way itd be a sick idea. i know that live Page would have four large speakers throughout an arena, so that the delay between them would have that sort of effect.
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#9
There are a few delay pedals that will do that.
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#10
This is actually really easy with any kind of effects processor that offers panning (basically every stereo effects processor), and something to control it with (usually via MIDI).
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#12
Oh nice, I know what you mean. I have a song with a load of panning. Voodoo Child also comes to mind, it's a cool effect, definitely.
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