Detune 'em all or buy a Drop/Morpheus/Pitchfork? - Page 3
Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 123
Results 17 to 21 of 21

Thread: Detune 'em all or buy a Drop/Morpheus/Pitchfork?

  1. #17


    Join Date: Nov 2011
    Location: Portugal

    iTrader: 0

    Mark Rizzo (Monster player) uses the Digitech pedal Live with Soulfly and I assume also on Cavalera brothers tours.


    min 13.40 +/-



  2. Remove Advertisements
    MetalGuitarist.org
    Advertisements
     

  3. #18


    Join Date: Oct 2016
    Location: Corpus Christi
    ME: LTD H7, KM6, 540SLTD
    MB: SR305E
    Rig: Helix

    iTrader: 0

    Quote Originally Posted by mpexus View Post
    Mark Rizzo (Monster player) uses the Digitech pedal Live with Soulfly and I assume also on Cavalera brothers tours.


    min 13.40 +/-


    Max's prototype Reaper ESP is sweet - wanted to check one out for years now. Listening to him clank his rings against the guitar noids me out though... all I hear is >chip< >scratch< >chip<...

    Dig that they use the drop and don't seem to have any issues. Thanks for the link.
    Tone Chasers Anonymous ™ - I’m not just a member, I’m the President.
    Don’t expect much, it’s not like I’m a rocket surgeon.

  4. #19


    Join Date: Oct 2008
    Location: London, England
    ME: ESP MI Custom
    MB: Fender Jazz custom
    Rig: Kemper

    iTrader: 4 (100%)

    Depends what you want to do with it. I use a Whammy DT live to alter tunings from E down to D, C & B, there is some slight change in tone when you get -5 but an audience is really not going to spot it. I've also used the detune in the Kemper, I'd say the Digitech is fractionally better but then it is a unit that dedicates its whole processing power to just that one thing.

    I've also used it to create guitar backing tracks for in-ear playback systems, it works but is not something that I'd want publically released.

    Ultimately, it's a tool like anything else and you have to weigh up practicality against purism.

  5. Remove Advertisements
    MetalGuitarist.org
    Advertisements
     

  6. #20


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: Montreal / QC. / CAN.
    ME: Robin Medley Special
    Rig: 6505~(some pedals)~Mesa

    iTrader: 2 (100%)

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg McCoy View Post
    But in this case it's like, it's easier to just do the authentic thing, why the fuck would you want one of those?
    I’ll answer that one. I went down the « different guitar for different tuning » road and just got tired of it. At one point, it was the unique reason to buy more guitars, which was, in my own specific case, ridiculous. I got tired of the need for specific strings for specific scale with specific pickups, etc. You get the idea. I realized I only like playing with a specific string gauge, in standard Eb and that’s it. And not having 7 different guitars that only came out if the case once a month to play that song in C.

    These days, I only use the Drop once in a while without the need for anything else. So, YMMV.

    ... and I don’t feel inauthentic for a second.
    President - Reverse Headstock Lover's Club ©

  7. #21


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: Arizona
    ME: Ibanez
    Rig: Mesa JP-2C

    iTrader: 0

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    I keep most of my guitars in different tunings. They're fussier about going back and forth than my bass is, so the bass I just retune/detune when I record it. I've never liked the sound of detune effects, it's always super obvious to my ear.

    This is what I would've posted on this thread, nearly word-for-word. More guitars = more options. It's also nice to have a hard-tail guitar or two lying around so you can mess with different tunings on the fly. The "Toss a Coin to your Witcher" cover video I did recently had a guitar in dropped A#, because I could switch to it on the fly easily

Tags for this Thread


Fractal Audio Systems  Shred Training  Angel Vivaldi
Bowes Guitarworks  NumbSkull Audio Production



VigLink badge