#1
Is there such thing as a pedal that makes a note go one octave up or make a
harmonic when you press it?
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#3
digitech whammy pedal bout £130
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#5
Yeah, there are plenty of pedals like that. Octave pedals are actually somewhat common, I myself have a Digitech Whammy 4. It's a great pedal with a lot of features: you can go up to 2 octaves higher, and 3 octaves down. It also has a harmony feature, where you can have a - for example - octave note blended with the original signal. Not bad for 150e! That should satisfy your needs.
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#6
Quote by gynther flynt
Yeah, there are plenty of pedals like that. Octave pedals are actually somewhat common, I myself have a Digitech Whammy 4. It's a great pedal with a lot of features: you can go up to 2 octaves higher, and 3 octaves down. It also has a harmony feature, where you can have a - for example - octave note blended with the original signal. Not bad for 150e! That should satisfy your needs.


How is it in US Dollars?
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#7
Boss FD-2 can be found on ebay and is a nice old pedal for harmonics....I should get one some day.

also the newer Dr. Distorto from Line6 has a similar feature although most here say its not too great. I have yet to try it for myself and was looking to get it at one time.
Cost is a little high though.....

http://line6.com/tonecore/drdistorto.html