Introducing Pitch Pilot™
What it Does
The Pitch Pilot’s purpose is to create a new form of musical expression for Guitarists.
With Pitch Pilot™, you can manipulate the pitch of your guitar up to 7 semi-tones down and 3 semi-tones up. It affects the pitches of individual guitar strings, using a bridge attachment that the guitar player can push or pull to alter the pitch of that string.How it Works
- The Pitch Pilot™ can both raise and lower the pitch of individual guitar strings. It has a range up and down of up to 10 semitones, while other devices are limited to a 2 semitone increase in tone.
- All Pitch Pilot™ models install in minutes, require no permanent changes and can be removed easily with no ill-effects to the guitar.
- The pitch change through the entire range of tones is completely linear and the sensitivity of Pitch Pilot makes all sounds, from delicate to drastic, easy.
- Having the Pitch Pilot™ equipped on your guitar does not inhibit rapid string changes.
- If properly used, the Pitch Pilot™ will not break or break strings.
- The Pitch Pilot spring mechanism is able to be fitted to many different attachment designs to accomodate installation on many of the most popular guitar types and model designs. Currently, it is compatible with popular Fender® and Gibson® guitars.
Answers to your
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Pitch Pilot compatible with my guitar?
The Pitch Pilot is compatible with most Gibson models, as well as the Fender “Telecaster” and “Stratocaster” models. In each case, adapters are provided for off-brands.
Does the Pitch Pilot affect the pitch of my whole guitar at once?
No. The function of the Pitch Pilot device is to affect the pitch of an individual guitar string. The Pitch Pilot bridge can be installed for the string(s) of the guitar players’ choosing.
How do I install the Pitch Pilot on my guitar?
Installing the Pitch Pilot is easy! The Pitch Pilot package includes a set of thorough installation instructions, as well as all of the necessary screws and fasteners specific to installation on your guitar.