And the Whammy 5 has a chord option I think. i leant out my WH1 but i'm not sure where... Dream Apes, ACME, Malcolm Mooney, Cat Museum, Cooling Time. by Jaguar018 » Thu Feb 14, 2013 5:58 am, Post Whammy 5. they're a bit smaller than the Whammy 4 but bigger than the WH-1. I have a DT and I use it all the time. i tryed a few wh-1 whammys and i remeber them being pretty glitchy and a bit of a tonesucker. I mainly use mine for making sweeping noises. Is that the same as the drop tuning? by 46346 » Fri Apr 26, 2013 1:43 pm, Post The WH-1 Whammy pedal, the original whammy, was first engineered and manufactured in 1989 by IVL Technologies and discontinued in 1993. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. The tracking is a huge improvement from IV IMO. Is the octave effect on the whammy comparable to a micro pog? i dunno what happend but the prices weant through the roof almost overnight. by OffYourFace » Fri Apr 26, 2013 7:20 pm, Post If not then just the Normal model. In addition to the classic Whammy sound, we’ve added chordal Whammy pitch-shifting and true bypass. by 46346 » Fri Apr 26, 2013 8:15 pm, Post Just make sure you'll actually use it before you buy. by OffYourFace » Thu Feb 14, 2013 9:45 pm, Post It is controlled by a pedal for the pitch, and a single rotary knob that selects from 16 presets—five Whammy effects, nine Harmony effects, and two Detune effects. Gain control over where you want the drop tune options to be positioned, and a slightly smaller footprint. Whammy artists have won over 60 Grammys® using its unique pitch-shifting sound to enhance their music. With the Whammy 5, for the first time, the tracking for chords is very comparable to the Micro Pog and POG2 with the new "Chords" mode (designed specifically for polyphonic tracking). I know that the DT has drop-tuning capabilities, but are they that good? But I actually think it sounds a bit better than the 5. I know it has some sort of cool glitch mode or something for interesting sounds but that's all I know. by stilwel » Thu Feb 14, 2013 6:05 am, Post You also have a bunch of other harmony options available, as well as whammy options to many intervals. by s_mcsleazy » Thu Feb 14, 2013 5:42 am, Post It has two modes; Classic and Chords. Talk about the Fender Jazzmaster, Jaguar, and any other offset waist guitars with us! The Micro Pog has the ability for harmony octave up and down at the same time (or just one). by Spit on a Stranger » Fri Apr 26, 2013 4:20 pm, Post Basically you could do (And here we are just talking DigiTech): Whammy DT. Haha yeah I'll use it...I'm a Tom Morello fan (is it bad that I'm embarrassed by that?). by ECHO » Tue May 14, 2013 11:16 pm. now that i know the 5 exists...im gonna ditch my 4. The Whammy 5 can do a harmony octave up or down, not both at the same time. IMO, the V is just the right size. I don't know what the chord option on the 5 does. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the guitarpedals community. i tryed a few wh-1 whammys and i remeber them being pretty glitchy and a bit of a tonesucker. Whammy 5 is the DT minus the DT. i couldn't get over how much they grew since the first one. Have you played one? Re: Digitech Whammy - WH-1 vs. WH-5 Post by s_mcsleazy » Thu Feb 14, 2013 1:42 pm i remeber the time when a wh-1 whammy was like £40. Well, it's different but comparable. Lose momentary button from DT, not a big loss if you ask me. Classic is the same type of tracking present on the WH-4. Re: Digitech Whammy - WH-1 vs. WH-5 Post by s_mcsleazy » Thu Feb 14, 2013 1:42 pm i remeber the time when a wh-1 whammy was like £40. Controls. Whammy / Pitch. Whammy … whammy 5, true bypass. i think the wh-5 would be your best bet. I've literally owned every whammy model at some point. I tried out the latest WH-5 and I only found a few sounds I liked that didn't sound like I was aping Rage Against the Machine. I use the top left setting which keeps your dry signal mixed in. Post by SkinDog » Thu Feb 14, 2013 6:43 am, Post DigiTech Whammy … I think so. Its songs echo the hallways of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame® and generate … With the Micro Pog you can dial in the mix of each voice (your own, the octave up, the octave down) unlike the Whammy, which is either a 50/50 sort of thing with the harmonies or 0% to 100% with the foot treadle for the whammy. Digitech Whammy V - True-Bypass (another model DT has detuning feature tracking polyphonic detuned guitar) $200 US Again 5 stars are not enough for this pedal, a unique and extraordinarily well designed … encouraging... perhaps it's time to try one. i think the wh-5 … GavRichList Frets: 5158 . The Whammy V, just because of the smaller footprint. The Whammy V is great... the WH-1 is overrated. The legendary Whammy pedal is the premier pitch-shifting pedal for any guitarist’s board, and it only gets better with time. Whammy 4 vs. The effect works well, in my opinion. glitchy when i want it but smooth and accurate when i need that sound. It's really a do you need it kind of question. With the Micro Pog you can dial in the mix of each voice (your own, the octave up, the octave down) unlike the Whammy, which is either a 50/50 sort of thing with the harmonies or 0% to 100% with the foot treadle for the whammy. The original WH-1 Whammy (aside from having a really cool form factor) seems to have some kind of magic mojo associated with it, and I really want the glitchy harmonizer effects that pedal can produce, but the cost of admission is pretty high. These sell for top dollar on eBay, so would I be better off with the reissue rather than breaking the bank for an original? are they making them smaller again? Add WOW to your performances and energize your audience with advanced pitch-shifting and drop-tuning effects. i think the wh-5 would be your best bet. Don't worry though, there's still that "Classic" mode for that recognizable warble you hear on songs like My Iron Lung by Radiohead. I've been eyeing the newest issue of the Whammy, the 5, V, Five, etc. Chords is the new polyphonic tracking which tracks much better and has less of that "My Iron Lung" warble. That being said the whammy is one of those pedals that most players buy, use for a week, and then let sit in a box. I also put it first in-line... with Fuzz and Delay after it, you get a sort of spaceship landing/taking off sound when you let a chord ring out. i have one and its amazing. been thinking about these again. i dunno what happend but the prices weant through the roof almost overnight. i remeber the time when a wh-1 whammy was like £40. Really good tracking, but if you're using it as a substitute for a capo with clean sounds you can tell that something's a little different. What's the price difference? What's Hot. Only a fraction, and it's worth it for the things it does address I guess, but still. The 5 is SO slick even on classic mode, that it loses a little bit of its charm for me. It's a little more versatile in certain aspects, but you'll probably be fine without the drop-tuning if you're not already used to having it. The place for all things related to guitar pedals. i tryed a few wh-1 whammys and i remeber them being pretty glitchy and a bit of a tonesucker. If you need the drop tune, that's your choice. Whammy V + Drop. Press J to jump to the feed. by Grey » Thu Feb 14, 2013 3:39 am, Post i dunno what happend but the prices weant through the roof almost overnight. January 2015 in FX.
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