|商品尺寸||27.94 x 21.59 x 7.62 cm; 1.5 公斤|
Digitech EQ 效果踏板，常规（BWHAMMY）
Digitech EQ Effects Pedal, Regular (BWHAMMY)
- 21 种不同的投距设置，MIDI 输入用于控制，真绕过
- 更新原始 Bass Whammy 设置等，包含电源
- Iconic Whammy effect
- Two different classic and chord (polyphonic) tracking modes
- 21 different pitch settings, MIDI input for control, True bypass
- Optimized for bass frequencies
- Updated original Bass Whammy settings and more, power supply included
Introducing a new addition to the DigiTech Whammy Family -- Whammy DT!
We've taken the premier pitch shifting effects pedal added drop tuning and true bypass to bring you the ultimate Whammy pedal, the Whammy DT.
With the Whammy DT, you can modify your tuning without having to change guitars or pause awkwardly to make adjustments for the next song. Key changes are at the tips of your toes and take just moments, which is crucial when the audience is feeling your vibe. With over 20 years of leading the market in pitch shifting, Whammy effects give you the comfort of knowing the pedal you are using is a proven winner.
Pitch shifting effects really help your guitar performance stand out and the Whammy pedal has been the core pitch shifting effect for famous artists for over 20 years. Now add full drop and raised tuning in addition to classic Whammy shifting to your effects arsenal and find out why the Whammy DT is the premiere pitch shifting effects pedal for every guitarist.
Step down or step up 7 half steps or an entire octave: The Whammy DT gives you the latest pitch shifting technology to retune your guitar without ever touching the tuning pegs. Step up or down in 7 half steps, or an entire octave with just one setting.
Whammy effects capabilities: With all the new tuning capabilities, you still have your true pitch shifting effects to sweeten up all moments of your gig.
The pedal tracks really well. I use the classic mode most of the time and it tracks 2 & 3 note chords reasonably well as long as pitches aren't too close together, though it will produce some digital artifacts that will either be cool or annoying, depending on your preferences. Chord mode works ridiculously well, but introduces a very slight delay between your playing and the output signal. Noticeable when playing at home, less so in a band situation. I should also note that you can use the pitch shifts to detune your bass in a pinch: it works better than I thought. For example, I used the 2nd-down to go from drop-D to drop-C to play along with some Chevelle at home, and the change in sound quality wasn't actually that noticeable. It will be more noticeable if you're dropping a 4th or more, though.
Being a digital pedal that basically copies/replaces your signal to whatever pitch you've selected, the output is very clean and accurate, but also has a pretty cold and digital tone. This is more noticeable at extreme pitches, like one octave or more. An overdrive/distortion/fuzz does wonders at hiding that, though. And sometimes, that tone is what you want; after all, Tool makes good use of those qualities. But if you're looking for something like a bass octave pedal, look elsewhere. I have MXR's analog bass octave deluxe, and it produces a much better-sounding bass octave than the Whammy does, but that's because it isn't digitally copying the signal: it's making its own kind of sound. And that's all it does, despite only costing a bit less than the Whammy.
Basically, this thing is just like the normal Whammy, just with a few different pitch options. There are plenty of awesome harmony/pitch bend modes, the only trick is finding ways to use them. I use the harmony modes the most, particularly the 5th-Octave mode, as the octave mode works really well with an overdrive or distortion with it. The detune modes are nice and can fill in for a chorus-like effect you can control with the pedal. They also lend some practicality to an otherwise crazy pedal.
Seems sturdy as a rock. I'd be careful trying to operate the rotary switch with your foot, though. It would be easy to bend it. Otherwise, be sure to read the manual to learn how to calibrate the pedal. Mine worked fine out of the box, but you may need to adjust it eventually.
Overall, I'm very happy with my toy and it was worth the money. Just realize that, unlike an overdrive or wah, it may indeed end up being more of a toy than a practical effect that you use a lot. You can get some good, practical sounds out of the octave harmonies (think like a bass octave pedal) and the detune effects though. And with a little work, you could work this into your music.