Hi just wanted to know if anyone has used, or has a double tracking pedal, not for shads stuff, I just wanted to give a few other tunes I play a different sound and ambiance, like chorus, and reverb, some Beatles tunes come to mind, but with thicker tones. there are a couple ...keeley, and Tc quite a difference in price Cheers Colin
The TC & Keeley pedals are good for live and recording, however, if you're into serious mixing then you don't have any control of the double track because there's basically one output for the dry and wet signal, much better to either copy your guitar track in your DAW and use that for doubling by moving it, or using a delay, usually from your DAW's plugins.
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The Keely offers 3 types of double tracking whereas the TC does 1 albeit up to 3 tracks . The Keeley also offers chorus and Abbey Road style double tracking. In short the Keeley has more features. Check out Utube demos.
You might want to have a look at the BOSS HARMONIST PS-6 ..... it's great fun and a good bit of quality kit. All the major and minor keys are selectable as are the number of voices you want in the harmony. There are many ytube demos to check out what it can do ..
hi thank you all for your advice and comments, its a difficult choice , but I do get annoyed at the demos on ytube, not just for this pedal, but stuff in general, why cant they play some tune we are all familiar with, instead they sit there playing some unknown riff, it is frustrating when all you need is something easy and simple cheers colin
ageed there mate ,utube demos whether for guitars amps or gizmos all seem to feature guys trying to show how good they are ,usually with a distorted or overdrive sound playing some heavy riff. if they want to show a clean sound they usually just play a couple of chords or arpeggios. now the nitty gritty is that "our" sort of music has a very limited interest to most guitarists and its only going to get less for obvious reasons !!!!