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Are you looking to add another dimension of expression to your guitar tone? A talk box pedal may be just what you need!
If you’ve heard rock classics like Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer” or “Man in the Box” by Alice in Chains, you’ll know what a guitar talk box sounds like. If you haven’t, they are somewhat similar to wah pedals, providing a vocal-like quality.
Letting you essentially combine your guitar sound with your voice, an old-school talk box pedal works in an unusual way compared to typical effects units. The renowned MXR Talk Box pedal best demonstrates this, which operates by sending your guitar signal through a tube that is supplied to your mouth and controlled by your mouth’s movement. This is then amplified via a vocal mic placed next to the end of the tube.
However, if you want to avoid that setup, then some great alternatives are available. The Xotic Robotalk R1 is a high-end talk box emulator and filter pedal, with an advanced built-in arpeggiator. The Electro Harmonix Talking Pedal is a fantastic affordable talk box, using an expression pedal format similar to a wah or volume pedal.