As can be seen between 1:36 and 1:37 in this video of Rage Against The Machine rehearsing, the pedal to the left of Tom Morello's pedalboard (the one that looks to be just *off* the pedalboard) is the DigiTech Whammy DT Drop Tuning Pedal. While Morello has gone on record to say he uses a DigiTech Whammy, to my knowledge he hasn't specified which, but both this one and the DigiTech WH-1 Whammy make an appearance here.more
Quoted from [this interview](https://www.musicradar.com/news/dave-keuning-learn-more-voicings-if-you-want-to-express-different-emotions-through-your-guitar) that also shows Dave's solo career pedalboard: > Whammy pedals have been around for a while. I really liked what Tom Morello did with them. I use the octave for Boat Accident and I have found this is by far the best one for me. Occasionally, though, I might just kick it in, just for fun!more
0:29 - In a 2016 BIGBOSS Clinic at Ochanomizu, Japan, Syu can be seen demonstrating a pedalboard with 3 different Boss Overdrive pedals, a Digitech Whammy pedal and a Waza Craft Delay pedal. 11:02 - Syu's second pedalboard can be seen, in which he utilizes a Morley Steve Vai Wah, Digitech Whammy DT and an ISP Decimator noise gate.more
This video of Digital Tour Bus', "Gear Masters Ep. 74" features touring bassist Acey Slade and his musical equipment. At 9:15 of this video, Acey begins showing the gear he uses when he tours with Dope. He shows us his Darkglass Electronics Vintage Deluxe pedal, his Korg Pitchblack Tuner, a Line 6 Relay G30 Wireless Receiver RXS06, and his Digitech Whammy DT. He states that this latest Dope tour, the band is going all Direct In. He uses the Whammy DT to switch between all the tunings they use for the new tour.more
In a Gear Masters rundown, we're shown the De-tune pedal at 10:21.He explains that he uses it to change tunings from song to song quickly rather than switch guitars in the middle of a set, or if a mishap forces a guitar change that's in the incorrect tuning, he can hit the pedal and resolve the issue.more
Guitar Pitch-Shift Effect Pedal - Pitch Effects, Drop and Raised Tuning, and True Bypass
Truly useful and fun to experiment with. Pretty easy and straightforward to use and compliments playing rather than getting in the way.
This pedal is so handy for me. I play in a lot of different tunings so I bought this mainly for the drop tune function (though I like using the whammy too) and it now means I can just use the one bass for all different tunings. I would say though if you are playing at home to use headphones as you can still hear the strings of the bass in their proper tuning and it can be confusing to hear this. In a live situation I imagine it wouldn't be as bad, but I have yet to determine that.
Esse pedal me permitiu usar afinações diferentes sem precisar trocar de guitarra, ou mudar a afinação. "Onda" e "Entre o Óbvio" são tocadas em Drop D, mas abaixamos um tom usando esse pedal. Não embola e não tem latência. Ah! os riffs oitavados vem desse pedal também.
This is a great pedal to play with. Use the harmony option a lot for dual lead sounds and of course the whammy option is fun. The detune option is really handy if like me you have Floyd equipped guitars. One of my favourite pedals
I love the fact that this pedal offers all the deliciousness that we love about the original digitech whammy, but it also offers the ability to drop/rise the tuning of your guitar by semitones. Another feature which was the real selling point for me was the 'detune' feature which gives the player two different 'chorus' effects.