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Musicians help to choose drop tune pedal for my guitar

Jan 23, 2021 at 8:55 PM
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Hello everyone. I know it's not forum about music but still I'm sure here are some guitarist. I need your help guys. I started playing guitar a while ago and I want to get a drop tune pedal. I don't know which one to choose, there are too much options. I would be grateful if you shared your thoughts and advices about this. Thanks and have nice day or evening : )
Jan 24, 2021 at 12:01 AM
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I would honestly just use a separate guitar with a different tuning. Drop pedals tend to suffer from weird latency/pitching problems and its more fun to play a guitar tuned down trying to figure out all the chord shapes and licks all over again in different keys (I realize you get the same deal if you just use a drop pedal, but that physical element of change is just so enticing). If anything, though, use the Whammy DT, since it's the most 'versatile' and easy to use one out on the market.