DigiTech Whammy DT PedalItem ID: WhammyDT
Guitar Pitch-Shift Effect Pedal - Pitch Effects Plus Drop and Raised Tuning
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Whammy Effects plus Drop TuningYou've heard it on hundreds of records: the renowned Whammy pedal. Now, DigiTech jams guitar pitch shift effects up a notch with Whammy DT. The DT stands for - you guessed it - drop tuning. Modify your tunings without awkward pauses or guitar changes. When you've got control of your audience, you don't want to lose it with something as antiquated as messing with your tuning pegs! With Whammy DT, key changes are instantaneous - and right under your toes. Full drop and raised tuning, on top of classic Whammy shifting. That's powerful stuff to be packing in your arsenal.
DigiTech Whammy DT GuitarPitch-Shift Effect Pedal Features at a Glance:
Whammy DT gives you classic Whammy effects plus drop tuning!
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Reviewsbased on 5 reviews
by Art Stuckman from Fremont, OhioI'm very happy with this pedal and I should've gotten this an long time ago!.
May 1, 2013
Music Background: Musician
by from CAJust got this pedal after trying "the other droptune" pedal out there. After a day of use, I'm very impressed! The original Whammy feature is very cool, of course, but the quality of the dropped AND r... read more [+]aised tuning is great. I always say, a 7 string guitar will always sound more realistic, but with what this pedal is capable of, it's well worth having if you feel like spending the money. Playing open chords dropped down 4, even 5 steps, I didn't hear any warbling. And up-tuning presented no artifacts. My only issue is the slight latency you feel/hear when drop-tuned, but the pros far outweigh the cons.
August 25, 2011
Music Background: Guitarist/Songwriter/Producer/Composer
Again, I've only had it for a day, but so far, I'm a fan! close [-]
by Bill from Aztec New MexicoI bout this because i wanted to try alternate tunings and this thing is great.
November 26, 2012
Music Background: Hobbist
A Mixed Bag
by David from Logan, UTWhat is great about this pedal is the original Whammy features. Nothing wrong there. Where things get cloudy is the new functionality from drop tuning/virtual capo'ing.
May 11, 2012
I'd like to say... read more [+] that this feature works flawless and your clarity is retained. Things aren't muddy and it sounds wonderful. I've read reviews that state this is the case. But to me, to put it bluntly, it sounds decent. The thing I've found with not just this, but other octave/pitch pedals is that you lose all character, all articulation and tone. Things get muddy. No different here. Don't expect miracles. But for quick and dirty down or up tuning, it does the job.
The major seller on this for me was the true bypass. If my signal is gonna be digitally processed, i'd rather it be done only when the pedal is on. close [-]
Whammy DT: My critique
by Sepp from NYCOk, first off, I'm using the Whammy DT on my bass, so here is my take. Well built and very stout device! Huge power draw so don't think you can plug it into your "Voodoo power" supply. This device ... read more [+]needs its own A/C power supply! I'm primarily using this to drop a semi tone or two max. It works fine for that but try to drop it any further and the tone begins to warble, especially on the lower deeper notes. The chorus effect is pretty neat but it's an option I won't use very often. The effect is huge and takes up a large amount of space on your board. close [-]
April 9, 2013
Music Background: Part time musician
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