#1
What octave settings (if any) could i use to get a 12 string-ish sound out of my 6 string, what i mean, is using an IPS/pitch shifter/harmonizer what would be the correct octave setting? right now i've got it set on 5th up and the key of Ab. it sounds alright, but i'd like it to be better and I just cant figure it out....oh and I'm in c standard......Thanks, Ryan
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#2
Um.

Just use a chorus pedal?
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#3
you would use an octave, not a 5th
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#4
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Um.

Just use a chorus pedal?



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The twelve string guitar is an acoustic or electric guitar with twelve strings, which produces a richer, more ringing tone than a standard six string guitar. Essentially, it is a type of guitar with a natural chorus effect due to the subtle differences in string timbre.


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#5
if ur in C then set it to C and the interval should be set to 8
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