Pitch Shifters1-19 of 19 products
Digitech Whammy DT Pitch Shifter
Digitech Drop Pitch Shifter
Digitech Whammy Ricochet Pitch Shifter
BOSS PS-6 Harmonist
Digitech Whammy V Pitch Shifter
Digitech Freqout Feedback Creator
EarthQuaker Devices Rainbow Machine V2 Pitch Shifter
Meris Enzo Multi Voice Synthesizer
EarthQuaker Devices Data Corrupter Monophonic Harmoniser
Electro Harmonix Pitch Fork Pitch Shifter
Fairfield Circuitry Randy's Revenge Ring Mod
Electro Harmonix MEL9 Tape Replay Machine
Meris Hedra 3-Voice Rhythmic Pitch Shifter
Electro Harmonix Nano Pog Pitch Shifter
Electro Harmonix Synth9 Synth Machine
Electro Harmonix C9 Organ Machine
Electro Harmonix KEY9 Electric Piano Machine
Eventide Pitchfactor Harmonizer
Electro Harmonix Intelligent Harmony Machine
About Pitch Shifters
These days, it’s hard to find anything more innocently fun than a pitch shifter pedal.
There are two main ways to use a pitch-shifting pedal. The first, as popularised by the Digitech Whammy, shifts your whole guitar signal up or down from a semi-tone to two full octaves. This can be used for wild, impossible glissandos. It can also be used more subtly, to replicate lower tunings without the hassle of having to retune your guitar.
The second way is to add a pitch-shifted signal on top of your normal signal; typically in an octave interval. This is what the Electro Harmonix POG does.
Famous fans of the pitch shifter include Tom Morello, Ed O’Brien, and Jack White.
Why Should I Choose a Pitch Shifter?
- Transform your guitar
- Great for texture
- Mimic a twelve string or a bass