New Digitech pedal line

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by BmoreTele, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. BmoreTele

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  2. jaywalker

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    Yummy, that harmoniser is sometihing I've been waiting for for years.
    Just need to get a rhythm player now to make it work......
     
  3. Todd Lynch

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    They've been listening...
     
  4. Uma Floresta

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    Those look really interesting - especially the delay, reverb and pitch shifter.
     
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    Well, there's at least another 5 pedals to add to the list.

    TheGrooveking
     
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    Looks good. Lets see how they sound!
     
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    I am worried the "true bypass" will be like the TB on the Planet Waves Tuner pedal. But I love the analog distortions in the Digitech line (hot head, screamin blues, bad monkey, grunge). Also it would depend greatly on the price. If these are like 50 - 100 bucks, then I'll be all over them. Esp the delay!!

    dk
     
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    I'm guessing these will be considerably higher in price than current large-production pedals, making them not much of a threat to the small pedal builders. The way the guy in the second video describes them has me suspecting the higher price point, anywhere from $120 to $200 per pedal on the street. I hope I'm wrong!
     
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    Wow....digitech pitch shifting in pedal form! That is going to be a huge hit. Thats my favorite part of the gnx4. They definitely have the pitch stuff down better than most.
     
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    Um... the reg'lar ol' digidelay is $100 street, so good luck with that.

    The street prices on these are supposed to range from $119 to $179 US. I'm assuming $119 is the tuner...
     
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    if eventide doesnt announce work on a pitchfactor soon, i may look into that digitech pitch pedal.
     
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    yay,they're Extreme :rolleyes: :puh!
     
  14. -DC/AC-

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    Hmmm...a TB, compact tuner. That might make a few people happy.
     
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    Meh- nothing too exciting here. The pitch shifter would have been cool, but only 4 presets and limited controls make me think that as an all in one pitch shifter it won't be practical.
     
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    I'm one of those few. Been looking for something TB and reliable for a long time. Hopefully either this or the new Korg will do it for me.
     
  17. LouRossi

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    Lexicon verb in a pedal... Amen
     
  18. musickbox

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    Reverb, and Tuner got my attention. I hope the chorus is good. Always disappointed with chorus pedals.
     
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    Yeah the Korg one caught my eye, but it's butt ugly. I'll have to see about the Digitech one though. Chances are i'll just end up getting a DT-10 though.
     
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    what are "high voltage rails"?
     

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