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DigiTech CabDryVR Dual Cabinet Simulator Pedal
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Harmony Effects Pedals have created some of the most interesting guitar sounds that have led to iconic solos and riffs. The first ones that come to mind are Tom Morello's solo to the Audioslave song "Like a Stone" where his use of a harmony effects pedal creates a screaming high but melodic solo that takes you into the atmosphere like nothing else. David Gilmour is known for being able to take a listener to other-worldly places in his incredible sound. Just think of his solo to "Marooned", where Gilmour uses pitch shift to almost make you feel as if you are floating in a realm of musical and guitar goodness. This is why we at N Stuff Music have a great selection of harmony effects pedals. Their capacity to do things to a guitar sound is so vastly unique that the realm of possibility becomes endless.

There are a few different types of effects pedals that fit into this category. The first of these is pitch shifting effects pedals. Pitch shifting pedals are going to adjust your guitar's pitch by a determined interval whether it is an octave, perfect 5th, etc. However, pitch shifting pedals are not going to harmonize with the original pitch, they will only shift the pitch of the main signal.

The next type of harmony effects pedal is a harmonizing pedal. A harmonizing pedal does exactly this, it will play harmonies relevant to the original guitar sound and pitch, and thus it will harmonize around the original pitch. Most of these pedals have variance in regards to the type of harmonization that is added. It can be set to different intervals on top of the original pitch so that more than one pitch is being sounded and a harmony is created. An example of a harmonizing pedal is also an octave pedal. Octave pedals will add an octave depending on the range that is selected on the pedal, and the mix level of the octave with the original pitch can also be selected to be more forward or more in the background. There are even pedals that will take your guitar signal and put it into a beautiful feedback octave when you push into the pedal.

We also have one-of-a-kind type harmony pedals in the category such as alternate tuning based pedals that will actually put your guitar single into a selected alternate tuning whether it is a half-step down, an open chord tuning, etc. Be sure when selected a harmony effects pedal that you have a total understanding of the effects in which it provides. For example, some pedals will simply pitch shift the original signal, others will add a single harmony, while some may harmonize three notes or an entire chord.

This is why at N Stuff Music we welcome anyone to come demo all of our pedals and see what fits them best. We also have an excellent website chat that allows our customers from various parts of the country or world to chat with us directly so we can tailor their search to the pedals that will help them best fulfill their needs. Contact us today at N Stuff Music for all of your harmony effects pedal needs.

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