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DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor

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The first vocal processor fully designed for live performance.

The DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor is ideal for both warm classic vocals or cutting-edge distortion and lo-fi styles. The exclusive voice "characters" transform your voice from the scariest of monsters to spacey alien beings. The Vocal 300 comes with 38 fully programmable studio quality effects (up to 7 effects at once). The expression pedal can be assigned to control your choice of up to 3 parameters in real time. Each effect includes up to 4 adjustable parameters, giving you total flexibility to create the sound you want. The 6-character alphanumeric and 2-character numeric displays, combined with the 4-knob matrix editing system, provide a simple, straightforward user interface. The Vocal 300 also includes 40 great sounding factory presets and 40 user presets for your own custom creations.

The rear panel features a 1/8" CD input for singing along with your favorite music, a 1/4" unbalanced input, a balanced XLR input, a balanced XLR mono output, a 1/4" TRS stereo line output and a 1/8" headphone output.

FEATURES
  • 7 effects at once
  • Up to 4 programmable parameters per effect
  • 40 user/40 factory presets
  • 24-bit A/D converter
  • Balanced XLR I/O
  • 1/4" TRS stereo line output
  • Line input
  • Expression pedal with V-Switch
  • 6-character alphanumeric display
  • Rugged metal chassis
  • Power supply included
  • EFFECTS:
  • Mic pre and voice characters
  • Compression
  • EQ
  • Noise Gate
  • Chorus
  • Flanger
  • Phaser
  • Tremolo
  • Vibrato
  • Strobe
  • Doubler
  • Envelope
  • Pixelator
  • Detune
  • Pitch Shifter
  • Whammy
  • Digital Delay
  • Ping Pong Delay
  • 8 reverb types

Become the man or woman of a thousand voices with a click or a call.

SPECIFICATIONS
  • 24-bit AD converter
  • 44.1 kHz sampling frequency
  • 1/4" TS and XLR inputs
  • Stereo 1/4" TRS and mono XLR outputs
  • 3.5mm headphone output
  • 3.5mm TRS CD input
  • 13"W x 2-1/4"H x 8-1/2"D
  • 3-3/4 lbs.
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DigiTechVocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor
 
3.9

(based on 56 reviews)

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    (13)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (5)

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    (11)

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    (2)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good audio (4)
  • Good power output (3)
  • Versatile (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Outdoor events / games (3)
  • Performances (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

A little helpful advice.

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING FEEDBACK PROBLEMS WITH THIS PEDAL, IT IS YOUR OWN FAULT, AND THIS IS WHAT YOU DO TO FIX IT.
1. Never take this thing to a sound...Read complete review

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING FEEDBACK PROBLEMS WITH THIS PEDAL, IT IS YOUR OWN FAULT, AND THIS IS WHAT YOU DO TO FIX IT.
1. Never take this thing to a sound man and just tell him to hook you in. Your studio settings will be completely different than your live settings in some very critical ways. Keep reading.
2. Go back and visit your "Guitar Player 101" class. Remember how you had to turn down your main volumes and channel gains each time you powered up/down, and/or changed your cabling? It's not rocket science, guys.
3. This is the one that some of you will catch and some won't. In a live setting, stick with low or medium compression, and don't turn the preamp gain all the way to the max.
4. This is the one that a lot of you will miss, cause it isn't obvious. We all love having the noise gate get rid of annoying hums and off-axis noise when we're not singing into the mic. But, you must TURN THE THRESHOLD DOWN AS LOW AS POSSIBLE WHILE STILL FILTERING THE UNWANTED NOISE. If the threshold is up too high, it will block low volume sound and the sound guy will start turning up the gain. Then when you sing, the signal it lets through will be so strong it will instantly loop with no warning at all, and you will be lucky if the only thing you damage is your ears.
It seems a lot of people need this information. The features on this pedal are just incredible. The things it can do with your vocals are mind-boggling. But, more importantly, if you are trying to use this thing live and you are having feedback problems, then you seriously need to keep reading. I will tell you how to solve this problem once and for all in the appropriate sections. The only "feature" related item I can find to complain about is the Master volume. Every time you power down and power back up, it defaults to 50 percent. If you happen to have it in a high gain configuration, it gets really annoying to have to remember to turn it up every time you turn it on.
I have beaten this thing to heck for about six year in both live and studio applications. The only problems I have with reliability are common to everything that uses a wall wart. I wish someone would figure out how to make a power supply which doesn't develop an internal wire break right up at the transformer. Now, if you accidentally step on the dials above the pedalboard (like I did), there's a good chance that the potentiometers will develop intermittent dial creep (like mine have). There's no such thing as a volume pot strong enough to take the weight of a full-grown man. If you're prone to spilling your beer on it (like I am), you should take a computer technicians course at your local community college. And, learn how to clean a printed circuit board with cotton swabs and denatured alcohol. After six years of heck, it finally developed a "wear-and-tear" issue (as opposed to my abuse). The "up" pedal no longer works, so in order to change presets, I have to let it cycle through all 80 to get back to the one. But, it's pretty fast in doing so, so it's really a non-issue.
Digitech really knocked it out of the park on this one. The dozens of things I don't need in this pedal are infinitely less important than having present, convenient, and immediate control ONSTAGE of the most critical parts of my vocal presentation. Not to mention the assignable pedal control. We've all seen a wicked guitar doing divebombs with his Floyd Rose tremolo. But, have you heard a vocalist do it with his voice? And, guess what? No more idiot sound engineers who get drunk and forget to turn on the digital delay for the one phrase in that one song.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Great for studio, terrible Live

I make industrial music and this unit is absolutely fantastic for studio use. It gave me the exact sound I had been looking for; it is great for excellent warm and thick distorted...Read complete review

I make industrial music and this unit is absolutely fantastic for studio use. It gave me the exact sound I had been looking for; it is great for excellent warm and thick distorted vocals. I'm not sure how the other effects are on this thing, but I can't really see why anyone who isnt't looking for really insane vocal effects would get this.The HUGE problem with this thing though, is performing live (which is the whole reason I bought it). If I use distortion (overdrive) it causes an INSANE amount of feedback, even if I turn the gain way down and i'm not using monitors (don't even think about trying to use monitors). I had to buy a feedback destroyer and even that doesn't totally fix the problem. I was experimenting with it the other night and even other setting which do not use the overdrive were causing lots of feedback. I would not recommend using this box live, but it is great for use in the studio when you don't have to hook it up to huge speakers.

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(31 of 33 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

A little helpful advice.

By Brett Miller

from Northern California

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Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING FEEDBACK PROBLEMS WITH THIS PEDAL, IT IS YOUR OWN FAULT, AND THIS IS WHAT YOU DO TO FIX IT.
1. Never take this thing to a sound man and just tell him to hook you in. Your studio settings will be completely different than your live settings in some very critical ways. Keep reading.
2. Go back and visit your "Guitar Player 101" class. Remember how you had to turn down your main volumes and channel gains each time you powered up/down, and/or changed your cabling? It's not rocket science, guys.
3. This is the one that some of you will catch and some won't. In a live setting, stick with low or medium compression, and don't turn the preamp gain all the way to the max.
4. This is the one that a lot of you will miss, cause it isn't obvious. We all love having the noise gate get rid of annoying hums and off-axis noise when we're not singing into the mic. But, you must TURN THE THRESHOLD DOWN AS LOW AS POSSIBLE WHILE STILL FILTERING THE UNWANTED NOISE. If the threshold is up too high, it will block low volume sound and the sound guy will start turning up the gain. Then when you sing, the signal it lets through will be so strong it will instantly loop with no warning at all, and you will be lucky if the only thing you damage is your ears.
It seems a lot of people need this information. The features on this pedal are just incredible. The things it can do with your vocals are mind-boggling. But, more importantly, if you are trying to use this thing live and you are having feedback problems, then you seriously need to keep reading. I will tell you how to solve this problem once and for all in the appropriate sections. The only "feature" related item I can find to complain about is the Master volume. Every time you power down and power back up, it defaults to 50 percent. If you happen to have it in a high gain configuration, it gets really annoying to have to remember to turn it up every time you turn it on.
I have beaten this thing to heck for about six year in both live and studio applications. The only problems I have with reliability are common to everything that uses a wall wart. I wish someone would figure out how to make a power supply which doesn't develop an internal wire break right up at the transformer. Now, if you accidentally step on the dials above the pedalboard (like I did), there's a good chance that the potentiometers will develop intermittent dial creep (like mine have). There's no such thing as a volume pot strong enough to take the weight of a full-grown man. If you're prone to spilling your beer on it (like I am), you should take a computer technicians course at your local community college. And, learn how to clean a printed circuit board with cotton swabs and denatured alcohol. After six years of heck, it finally developed a "wear-and-tear" issue (as opposed to my abuse). The "up" pedal no longer works, so in order to change presets, I have to let it cycle through all 80 to get back to the one. But, it's pretty fast in doing so, so it's really a non-issue.
Digitech really knocked it out of the park on this one. The dozens of things I don't need in this pedal are infinitely less important than having present, convenient, and immediate control ONSTAGE of the most critical parts of my vocal presentation. Not to mention the assignable pedal control. We've all seen a wicked guitar doing divebombs with his Floyd Rose tremolo. But, have you heard a vocalist do it with his voice? And, guess what? No more idiot sound engineers who get drunk and forget to turn on the digital delay for the one phrase in that one song.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Purple Magic Box

By Vocal2010

from Fl

Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

I have used this gear live for more than 100 gigs. So I feel qualified to say something about this FX processor. Let me get the negative out of the way. It has a lot of effects, but there are only a small handful that is useful for a serious singer. Most of the 40 presets are down right amateurish. It also has feedback issues. After three years the pedal no longer works. I do not know exactly the technical issue of that. Maybe it's an easy fix, but I do not use the pedal much anyway. Now the question is this. If mine got stolen would I buy another one? The answer is YES! Let me explain why and go on with the positive points. The small handful effects are worth the price. There are a few reverbs, delay, and pre amps that are pretty good. Not to mention that the de-esser is beneficial. With a little bit of time and experimentation you can find a setting that can prevent and minimize the feedback issue. The key is in the EQ, and also knowing the position of the gain knob, since the gain can be very hot at just 25%. The other key of making this gear shine is to know what kind of microphone you are going to use. If you use a Shure Sm58 microphone it won't be that hard to adjust, but if you are going to plug a higher end dynamic microphone you might have a more problems with feedback cause of a hotter signal, and you would have to readjust the whole setting. So my advice is to choose whatever microphone you want and stick with it with your adjusted level. Then save that preset. You can that afterwards assign your pedal as a wet/dry effect controller or a programmed millisecond delay you might have for a song, or simply use it as a volume pedal. For a long time singers did not have control over their effects as guitarist, and the DigiTech Vocal 300 was one of the first stomp processors available for vocalists. In recent years I have tested the TC Helicon Voice Tone pedals and I've tried them and I thought that they fell short for what I wanted to do. The DigiTech Vocal 300 is the only one it's price range that offers FX, EQ, Pre-Amp, De-Esser all in a box. Conclusion: As years go by I am marveled that this DigiTech purple box is still being sold in music stores and that DigiTech company still puts them out. I have used this gear successfully in certain situations and obviously abandoned it when I am playing in festivals or a large venue, but have on occasion use it in a large venue despite that their was a sound man available, because I did not trust his mix by listening how the previous band sounded vocally. This is the whole reason of why I thought that a stomp effects unit was needed even before the Vocal 300 came out. Now one might think how serious of a musician am I if I am singing through a cheap unit? I am a seasoned singer that knows you do not need to buy expensive equipment to always sound good, and I am also a seasoned singer that knows that some engineers are so bad at theirs jobs that I can make a cheap unit sound better that them. What good is that you have Lexicons, TC Electronics, and you don't know how to use it professionally? I am by no way saying that this unit can compete with the higher end products I have mentioned in the last sentence. The unit sounds very good if you know how to use it. The main key is use the FX sparingly and tastefully, and experiment with the EQ to make it work for you.

(7 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Vocal 400 VEF

By MS145384843

from Ky

Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

I actually have the 400, which has a USB interface. It was quickly discontinued, and I have no idea why. This unit is amazing! You can not only control all the settings from a Windows user interface, you can store the presets in files and call them back up. Want to test a change for a few days but keep the old settings just incase? no problem. It doesn't end there.. I can use the device an an audio I/O and record via USB, or send vocals to the unit, process them and save to a new track. I've used this device for at least 5 years and it's still going strong. I use it both for live performances and at home in my studio. You can do just about everything the newer, more expensive units will do except for harmonies. I'd prefer a rack mount as I don't really make changes in the middle of a song and I take this thing with me everywhere I sing. I have a small rackmount box with my wireles mic mounted in it and this thing on top so it's been beat up quite a bit.
I am actually rating the 400, which is just like the 300 only with USB. The features are awesome for such an inexpensive device. You can chain a full path of modeling all the way through to the output. I didn't really need the peddle but I did play with it. The peddle is nice but the only thing I would change is having the unit note the position of the peddle when changing presets or turning the unit on. You must remember to move the peddle all the way up then down so the unit will position the assigned effect to the proper level. As for feedback, I use some very modeled presets and like a very sensitive mic and I never had an issue if I've staged the signal properly. Take a signal staging 101 class and you'll be fine.
The thing seemed kinda cheaply made but it's help up like a tank. Never had a second's problem with it. The mic input level knob is very touchy and that's why I gave it a 9.
This is a LOT of vocal processor for very little dough.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

I use it as a sax FX for live performance

By slab hardcheese

from Vashon WA

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Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

Fun device. Can be used professionally live if you stick to a few level adjusted settings, otherwise you will become the sound engineer's worse nightmare and he will keep your volume low out of fear. I've programmed my own settings for live tenor sax: namely, slap back delay, long delay, reverb, octave down doubler, and auto wah. The pedal is not used for volume because you MUST send a consistent level to the PA. So instead it is reprogrammed for FX mix %. Pedal back is minimal FX mix level for live performance, and more pedal brings up the FX level for those quieter rehearsals where your acoustic sax volume is competing and you need more FX in the mix to hear it at all.I highly recommend you use the quarter inch output into a Direct Box (a cheap passive DI is fine). This seems to solve some signal level matching problems and noise some people experience, and provides a ground lift switch. The direct box goes out to the board, and you can mult out from the DI to a keyboard amp to manage your own stage volume (nice to be able to hear yourself).The negatives: there is no delay tempo tap button. The foot switches are too easy to accidentally press. Just placing your foot next to it will press it. Many times I've look down and see it cycling through the settings because my foot is against it. Also, I have to look down to hit bypass or change the patch. For a sax player this means moving the sax away from the mike a couple seconds. This is a real problem when I'm supposed to go directly into a solo and have to switch settings while playing. I'd rather have some more widely spaced switches that can be pressed blindly while performing. These are too close together for that. I'd love to see digitech come out with an upscale model that is more adapted to professional live performance. For the price though, this works pretty good.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

If it makes me sound good then....

By Grego

from Jacksonville Fl

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Pros

  • Clear Sound

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • At Home Recording

Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

Love this processor, was a little leery at first of the expression pedal but it works great. It smoothed out one of my most difficult songs to date right out of the box. For the price, unbeatable!

(3 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Don't even think of using this Live...

By Daniel Dungeon

from L.A.

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Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

If you're looking for a vocal processor for studio stuff, and to play with in the rehearsal space, you can have some fun with the DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor. It has some pretty good pre-sets, and it's intuitive and easy to use. Taking this thing on stage, is a big mistake unless you love feedback, and not the warm "artsy" kind. This unit gives off a dreadful, and piercing digital feedback that is so annoying, that you will send this unit flying across the room as you scream in frusration and rage, only to end up back here on this website looking for another one. Don't make me say I told you so. I'm just being honest; It's pretty much a toy.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Worth the money!

By Slantrock

from Atkins, AR

About Me Professional Musician

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Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Easy To Use
  • Powerful
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Limited Functions

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Events
  • Home Studio
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

Just like the first review I read before buying, if you're going to buy this processor read the instructions first! Turn down your volume on the pedal and whatever you're going through first, then turn up the volume as needed for all settings. It has everything I want in a pedal except good harmonies. The effects are great sounding and most have adjustable parameters. For the price I got a great deal.

(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

A Total Disaster

By Dodge

from MD

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Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

I owned one of these for a while and hoped that it would make for improved live vocals. NO matter how we tried it, it was a total feedback and noise monster. I guess you could use it for recording, but most software has built-in effects that are better than these.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Crud

By Jokerboy666

from Clifton, NJ

Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

DONT BUY THIS IF YOU PLAY LIVE!!! I bought this piece, and played live with it. Big mistake. If feedback could make me look that bad, imagine what it could do to you. Im' not even joking about the feedback amount. I had to send it back because it was a disappointment.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great for Sax to upgrade your sound

By cwsax

from GA

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Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Powerful
  • Professional Functions
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Performances

    Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

    I have used this piece for 2-3 years now paired with a Nady GMT-16 wireless horn system. My primary use for the box is live performance. I do not use all the sounds, sorry... I have about 5 or 6 presets the I continually use. I have a couple of presets for my alto sax and my tenor. I use the octave, compressor, reverb, delay, EQ, and the pre. I used combinations to get the sound that i wanted and locked them in. I use the gain as the volume, never going past 12 o'clock. All the rest of the settings change with the presets and the main volume defaults to 50%. No matter where I go my sound stays the same. Most venues I just hook up to an XLR plug and we are good. I always keep the box near me. Never seemed like a good idea to leave it with the sound guy, they are not all create equal.... This is a great buy. The only downside is the adapter. Do not roll the cord, it will eventually break the line at the adapter! I had this happen at a gig and had to play with the straight mic signal, I was not happy. The replacement is about fifteen or so. I use a twist tie for the adapter now. if you are looking to upgrade your sound, this is a great investment!

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Harmonica Pedal

    By Wildcat

    from Houston, TX

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    Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

    For the price of two pedals, you can program up to 40. Takes a week to play and learn what everything does. But if you are serious, this is not an issue. I love the large display so that you don't have to deal with a 2" screen and remember what does what. You can fly through the settings to the pedal you programmed. You can eliminate the bumping of the harmonica on the mic using a noise gate and you can center the frequency on the harmonica. Guitar pedals are designed for guitars, but this allows you to custom the effects for a harmonica. You can program up to 40 pedals. Wish I had this years ago. For a harp player, this is a significant "must have" piece of gear. If you have to play in a setting without an amp, you will want this to replace what a tube amp would naturaly give you.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Awsome!

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

    I like it a lot. I've been singing for like 5 years, in and out of bands, and i really like this pedal. It gives you more control, you dont have to run back and change to delay or chorus on your mixer, it's all there. I dont use alot of effects on my voice, I only use delay and a few others. This is a great product though, it lets you use echo effects, and others without taking anything away from your voice.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Vocal 300 is not worth the money...

    By Jerry Stark

    from Katy, TX

    Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

    In my opinion the Vocal 300 pedal is not worth purchasing due to its unstable conditions. This product does not live up to the advertised perception of what it is supposed to do. I mean, it is advertised to be used live, but, I have been embarrassed too many times with it as it caused an unbearable feedback (utilizing multiple setups). My band has banned me from using it live. I am hoping, maybe, the next version of this pedal will make up for the Vocal 300's shortcomings.

    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    This thing is a pain in the a**

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

    I have tried on several occasions to motivate myself on getting this thing to work for live performances. The feedback is too much... Although I get good use out of it for studio vocals and effects, this DOES NOT CUT IT live

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Disappointing

    By Race Mannix

    from Rochester,MN

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    Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

    Works fairly well for recording...lousy for live use.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    check no

    By quantumpelvis

    from Nashville, TN

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    Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

    It's nice to add reverb to vocals, but i guarantee you that these digitech reverbs are subpar. good luck trying to get something that doesn't hiss.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Cheap cables means noise

    By Mr.Pete

    from Oneonta, NY

    Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

    I have owned this unit for 3 years. It still works great, for recording or live. I have mine set-up with monster pro-500 cables. Absolute scilence. Use cheap cables and you get a cheap sound and alot of noise. I recomend it to all.

    (1 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    great little toy

    By Scott Tompkins

    from colorado

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    Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

    i was looking for something to put between my mic and (featureless) amp to add some bass and reverb for vocals. i ran across this and thought the extra features would be fun for my pre-teen daughter and her friends. i was right, it has enough features for me to be happy and enhance singing vocals. the "fun" voices are amazing. there are incredibly good effects to perfectly imitate alvin and the chipmunks, the chipettes, helium, robots, monsters, AH-NOLD in true lies as the interrogator and TONS more. what i would REALLY like to see in there would be some auto-tune functionality for karaoke, but to be honest, it might be in there and i haven't seen it yet. there is A LOT going on in there, but you can be having fun in 30 seconds without opening the manual.
    it's a lot of money for what is mostly a toy, but it is a very nice quality toy with lots of features.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Hissssssss

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

    The effects and options on this thing are great. The pedal would be totally awesome if I didn't get this really noticeable hiss whenever I use it for recording or live performances and it just makes the vocals sound terrible. (Yes I messed with the gain and levels of everything... hiss is still there). It's so bad that I have to get a new vocal processor (and it won't be this one). I don't know whether this is a general problem or one just with the pedal I bought but in either case beware because clearly the digitech customer service won't help you if you have trouble.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Very inconsistant

    By www.ichorband.com

    from Limerick, PA

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    Comments about DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor:

    Volume control between setting fluctuates, very constricting piece of equipment. great for screwing around, but not recommend it for live play or recording.

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