#1
....that plays a third or so above the note you play on guitar so you can do duel leads on one guitar.

Eg: you play an E
but
the pedal plays a third above the E for you which would be G
so you play G and E at the same time by only playing an E

Is there such thing????

(If there is - I wanna get one!!!! )
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#3
yeah, Digitech Whammy or most pitch shifter pedals, but digitech's are teh pwnage
#4
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#5
are the digtech whammy's expensive????
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#6
yeah, but from what I've heard, worth every penny. Might try to find one used if you want to save a little cash.
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#10
^ You mean that you can put a guitar in E sound in C with the digitech whammy?
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#13
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I think the new Whammy (IV) has harmony effects, so it looks like it is possible, yes.


That's EXACLY what I'm looking for.
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#14
but...doesnt the whammy only give you the wet signal of the guitar?...if what im saying is true, doing dual leads on one guitar wont be posible
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^ You mean that you can put a guitar in E sound in C with the digitech whammy?
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#16
yes and all sorts other wonderful things that it does
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#18
im pretty sure there are other harmonist pedals if you dont want to pay for a whammy.
The whammy is based on the whammy effect more (well duh), and the harmonist effect isn't ment to be great

(this isn't personal experience, its just what ive heard)
#19
The problem you will find trying to do harmonising leads using an non inteligent pitch shifter is that the interval you set the harmony to be played is not necessarily the correct interval for the scale you will be playing. ie it will be correct for some notes in the scale but will require a different interval for others to sound right.
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The problem you will find trying to do harmonising leads using an non inteligent pitch shifter is that the interval you set the harmony to be played is not necessarily the correct interval for the scale you will be playing. ie it will be correct for some notes in the scale but will require a different interval for others to sound right.

Exactly. The harmonizing you'll get with a pitch shifter will not be enharmonic. I will sound cool for some stuff, but you won't be able to do the same thing as with two guitars.

You could get an Eventide Harmonizer, but I doubt you'll want to pay that much.
#21
normally they have key selectors so you can have the correct notes for all major and minor basic scales.
#22
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normally they have key selectors so you can have the correct notes for all major and minor basic scales.


I think the Boss pedal does this? However, the Whammy is not an intelligent harmoniser (it can't use scales, only intervals).
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#23
The Boss pedal is better for harmony, but worse for pitch shifting.

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#24
the whammy pedal is set up so you can change between two different intervals by rocking the pedal eg. a minor 3rd and a major 3rd so if you pay attention and know what you are doing you can keep a scalar harmony..

kinda hard work tho.. and a constant interval is still a valid way of playing harmonies

the only problems i have with whammy pedals is that the pitch shifter is best before distortion and the harmony after unless you like mushy noise

oh and it sucks tone
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