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Old 07-08-2017, 10:12 AM   #511
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+1 octave harmony on a whammy
...through a delay
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...through a delay
But the delay doesn't double the octave
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But the delay doesn't double the octave
It doubles the octave in that you hear the sound twice
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It doubles the octave in that you hear the sound twice
Double doubles? Quadruples?
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Double doubles? Quadruples?
Well it depends what order your pedals are in.

If you want to double your original octave then add +1 octave to it, giving you a total of 3, put the delay before the whammy.

But if you want to double your original octave as well as the +1 octave, then put the delay after the whammy. This gives you a total of 4!





















































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So guitar -> whammy +1 octave harmony -> stereo delay -> amp. Right?:P

I probably should play around with delays more. My multi FX unit has a bunch of them, but I never really know how to make them sound good >"<
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Well it depends what order your pedals are in.

If you want to double your original octave then add +1 octave to it, giving you a total of 3, put the delay before the whammy.

But if you want to double your original octave as well as the +1 octave, then put the delay after the whammy. This gives you a total of 4!
This is why not to use 2 delays and 2 whammies at the same time

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So guitar -> whammy +1 octave harmony -> stereo delay -> amp. Right?:P

I probably should play around with delays more. My multi FX unit has a bunch of them, but I never really know how to make them sound good >"<
Yeah that order sounds right. It's really fun messing about with delays, especially using different types.
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Old 07-08-2017, 06:49 PM   #518
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Ya'll know I'm way too gullible to tell if something's a joke or not

So guitar -> whammy +1 octave harmony -> stereo delay -> amp. Right?:P

I probably should play around with delays more. My multi FX unit has a bunch of them, but I never really know how to make them sound good >"<
Do you have a Whammy 4?

If so take the dry out as normal and the wet out through the delay. Or just have a play about. But yeah octave harmonise +1 and delay
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Yeah that order sounds right. It's really fun messing about with delays, especially using different types.
What's the usual sweet spot for delays? I feel like all the default options are set to way too long, so the delay comes out like 15 seconds after or something. It's awful

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Do you have a Whammy 4?

If so take the dry out as normal and the wet out through the delay. Or just have a play about. But yeah octave harmonise +1 and delay
I have a V. The delay and amp will come from a multiFX though - only the Whammy is a real separate pedal
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What's the usual sweet spot for delays? I feel like all the default options are set to way too long, so the delay comes out like 15 seconds after or something. It's awful


I have a V. The delay and amp will come from a multiFX though - only the Whammy is a real separate pedal
Depends what kind of sound you want, does your pedal do tap tempo? Try some different types as well, for hysteria I usually use a tape echo model (but I use that for just about everything).
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