Digitech Whammy Ricochet Pitch ...

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Digitech Whammy Ricochet Pitch Shifter

£139.00

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Manufacturer's ID: DIG0178

The Whammy Ricochet lets you bounce your playing up or down in pitch in controlled or crazy shifts. A momentary switch and customizable independent rise and fall time ballistics, allow you to get the Whammy action you know and love without the use of a treadle. Just hold your foot on the footswitch and let the Ricochet do the rest. Seven pitch selections: 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th, Octave, Double Octave, and Octave+Dry, as well as a toggle to select up or down for the selected pitch. The Whammy Ricochet also has latching footswitch mode so you can rise or fall to pitch and stay there, and an LED ladder that shows your shift trajectory at all times. All these controls combine to create classic Whammy pitch-shifting as well as new sounds never heard before

Specification

  • Famous Whammy™ sound without a bulky treadle
  • Bend notes up or down across 2 octaves
  • 7 Selectable Pitch intervals
  • Ultimate control of Shift and Return time
  • LED Trajectory Ladder provides instant visual feedback
  • Classic and Chords mode
  • Momentary or Latching footswitch
  • True Bypass in latching mode

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 5/5 (1 reviews)

Awesome sound and effect. Really useful for dive bombs and pitch shifting, and the artefacts can be hidden well by using overdrive/distortion.

Caleb S. - 27/9/2022