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Mooer Audio - Pitch Box

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Fritzenstein64, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. Fritzenstein64

    Fritzenstein64

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    Bottom Dwellers - I stumbled upon the above referenced stomp box, and wanted feed back on it. I play in two cover bands, one my bass is tuned down a step at all times. But in the other, only a few songs are tuned down, and the guitarist is a rather impatient chap, and doesn't want to afford me the time to detune, or switch basses.

    So the the long and the short is I would love to get feed back on the stomp box, and I would also appreciate any other suggestions on the detune issue.

    Thanks !
  2. FretNoMore

    FretNoMore * Cooking with GAS * Supporting Member

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    You don't need a new stomp box, you need a new guitarist if the current one can't wait 10 seconds for you to switch basses.

    Any excuse is a good one if it motivates getting a new toy though. ;)
  3. JonnyAngle

    JonnyAngle Supporting Member

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    The pitch box is warbly when it's detuned. The only solution that I've found to solve this dilemma is a Line6 M5/M9/M13.
  4. sillyfabe

    sillyfabe keeping the low-end silly since '06 Supporting Member

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    tell your guitarist to wait ten seconds!

    I had one for a minute and wasn't a fan (too warbly/artificial)

    I use my trusty EHX HOG if need be but my guitarist told me ONCE to hurry....I told him to hurry up with his solo....

    we both came to terms!
  5. Steve Dallman

    Steve Dallman Supporting Member

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    I have a bunch of pedals and rack units that I could use for detuning. They really vary as far as tone quality. Most do get a little warbly. I have a Digitech guitar multi pedal that actually sounds good.

    The Morpheus Droptune pedal looked like it would do exactly what you want it to do. For cheap, I have a Behringer knockoff of a Boss pitch shifter that has a better drop down tone than my Boss pedals with pitch shift have.
  6. Fritzenstein64

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    Thank you All! :). & Keep it LOW!

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