I had an idea a little while ago that I thought sounded pretty cool, but I haven't seen any effects in production that do what I want it to do. So, I was wondering if I could actually make it myself somehow. Keep in mind, I have no idea how, what components I'd need, etc. I want an effect that simulates a guitar playing over me. I know there are effects that put out a the signal one octave up, or a 5th up, but what I want is an effect that puts out an octave above, a 5th above that, and the next octave over that. Basically, it makes it sound like a guitar is playing a power chord of the note I am playing. So, essentially, it can either be three knobs, or three switches and a volume knob. If it is three switches, each will turn on either the octave, the 5th, and the second octave. If it is knobs, each of the three will be independant volumes for the octave, 5th, and second octave, with no need for the overall volume. I would use two amps (bass and guitar), so I would need two outs. The bass signal would be split, and a clean signal would go to the bass out, and the second signal would be "re-harmonized" and go through the guitar out. Or, I could just get a regular signal splitter and make the effect with a single out for the guitar amp. I was thinking about including a distortion, but I can just use a regular distortion pedal after this one. Uhhh... that is about it. I probably left something out, but I am sure you can fill in the blanks. So, what would I need to make this, how much would the parts cost, what skills would I need to do it, etc... BTW, I got the idea when listening to some of Clatter's songs. Click the Ad up top when you see it, its awesome stuff!