DigiTech Whammy DT

DigiTech Whammy DT, Guitar Effect

Item number: 10054024
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Guitar Effect • Effect Type: Pitch shifter • Technology: Digital • Special Features: check Specifications • Mono / Stereo: Mono In, Mono Out • Bypass Mode: True bypass • Including: AC Adapter • Power supply: 9 VDC, Center negative • Power Consumption: 288 mA • Battery powered: Does not run on Battery power • Housing size: Big Size • Dimensions (WxHxD / cm): 20,8 x 6,0 x 19,6 • Weight: 1,6 kg • Country of Origin: China • Also suitable for bass: yes • Harmonizer / Detuner for guitar and bass • 9 Harmonizer Effects • 10 Whammy Effects • 2 Detune effects • Drop Tuning / Capo function - the signal can be tuned to 7 halftones or an octave up or down • the dry signal can be switched to the octave • Momentary switch for hammer-on and pull-off effects • True bypass and DSP Bypass, where the drop tuning / capo function can be switched • Knob for selecting whammy / harmonizer effects and for drop tune / capo function • On/Off switch for Whammy/Harmonizer, Drop Tune and Momentary Effect • Connections: Jack for guitar in and out, stereo jack for optional FS3X foot switch • Midifig, sampling rate 22 kHz • Frequency response: 20 Hz 20000 Hz dry, 20 Hz - 11000 Hz wet • 24bit A / D D / A converter • Pitchbend from -3 to +2 octaves • Detune from -4 to -30 cents • Roadtaugliches metal housing •
The Whammy pedal is one of DigiTech's great coups. With the Whammy I from 1993, a new effect category was created - a pitch shifter, which can be used to change the pitch using a pedal in real time. Guitarists like Tom Morello and David Gilmour helped the Whammy to cult status. The DigiTech Whammy DT is the flagship of the Whammy series - besides the classic polyphonic pitch shifting by pedal, the pitch of the guitar can also be shifted up or down in semitones. With a button, hammer-on and pull-off effects can be simulated. The effects programs can also be switched via MIDI. The Whammy DT combines the characteristic sound of the original version with modern features.