Slammi Plus from Electro-Harmonix is the ultimate polyphonic pitch shifter harmony pedal, transposing pitch in two different directions over a three-octave range. Dual pitch shifting mode can generate two separate pitch shift intervals simultaneously. With its X-Fade function the pitch interval is fixed (does not bend) and the foot pedal cross-fades between the dry note and pitch-shifted note or cross-fades from one pitch-shifted interval to another. A blend control lets you fine-tune the wet/dry mix. Built into a rugged, weight-saving chassis with traditional rack and pinion style mechanism, the Slammi Plus Pitch Shifter Harmony pedal runs on a nine-volt battery or traditional third-party power supply.
What do Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament and King’s X bassist/vocalist Dug Pinnick have in common? They both rely on Amptweaker’s Bass TightDrive for its crushing distortion and massive low-end. The Bass TightDrive will dirty up your tone without sacrificing bottom-end. The MOD version with the extra Dry Low knob fleshes out low-end frequencies that are noticeably absent when the pedal is switched off. Think Dogman-era Dug Pinnick on steroids in terms of tone. It’s simply huge. If you’re looking to add some bite to your bass tone, look to Amptweaker’s Bass TightDrive.
Nady’s PitchFork guitar or bass pedal tuner puts accurate, true bypass tuning technology (+/- one cent) in a rugged stomp box. Its easy-to-read LED has a choice of three convenient display modes—meter, full strobe, and half strobe. It also features easy-to-use calibration in 1Khz steps (436Hz to 445Hz) and optional standard tuning or a choice of seven flat settings.