#1
Hey, I'm looking for some kind of pitch-shifter pedal but something cheaper than a Digitech Whammy. Would the combination of a Boss Pitch Shifter pedal and an expression pedal be just as good? Would it work with bass as well as guitar?

Thanks.
#2
get the Digitech RP90 effects processor. It has whammy on it, along with like a zillion other effects and its half the price of an actual whammy pedal.
#3
^ And it's shit to boot.
Get the whammy, the boss one is a crock
Last edited by Horlicks at May 4, 2008,
#4
Quote by spinalshred
get the Digitech RP90 effects processor. It has whammy on it, along with like a zillion other effects and its half the price of an actual whammy pedal.


Nah, I don't like the idea of effects processors. I like having multiple pedals so you can get more sounds out of them.
#5
I just bought the digitech whammy pedal. it honestly kicks ass. boss doesnt make one, or else i would have bought that. it is similar to a wah pedal, but i think its much more useful and diverse. if you can shell out the dought its a good buy.
Emo is conforming to unconformity and whining. Really, it is.
#6
Yeah I was just thinking I'd get the Boss plus an expression pedal since it'd be half as much money. And I'm not looking for a wah pedal, I'm looking for a pitch shifter.
#7
Would have thought that would be fine. And you get an intelligent harmoniser.
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#8
Wouldn't a Boss PS-5 and expression pedal actually come out to cost more than the Whammy?
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#9
Quote by TeleDude47
Wouldn't a Boss PS-5 and expression pedal actually come out to cost more than the Whammy?


Hmmm

Digitech Whammy: $200

Boss PS-5: $170
Roland EV-5: $65

Guess I was wrong.