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DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor

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Smarter than the average vocal processor.

DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 is a harmony processor that features an onboard mixer and footswitches for easy use by singing guitarists. Vocalist Live 4 also features breakthrough musIQ technology to make it more intelligent. A surprising number of songs fool other harmony pedals because these songs just don't work with a single key/scale setting. In fact, any song that has the same note sung over 2 different chords (for example, a C sung in the melody over a C maj / F maj chord sequence) is going to confound conventional harmonizing devices.

Vocalist Live 4's musIQ technology allows it to directly analyze the output of any electric or pre-amplified acoustic guitar (no special MIDI guitars or hex-outputs needed). Then it generates the correct vocal harmony. For example, if you're singing an A over the chords that are generally found in the key of G, Vocalist will harmonize with a C. But, if you then play an A major, Vocalist will shift to the C# because like any good harmony singer, it listens to the guitar!

With musIQ, forget about the technology--just sing and play! Skip complicated programming and having to analyze each song chord-by-chord; just 

1. Plug in your microphone and guitar;

2. Pick a 3rd or 5th-above or below harmony preset;

3. Sing and play ” when you want harmony, just step on the footswitch!

Patent-pending musIQ technology combines new note detection algorithms with state-of-the-art harmony generation. The Note Detection section analyzes complex guitar waveforms and determines which notes in each chord are critical to accurate harmony. This information is then fed to an advanced harmony engine that creates harmonies consistent with both the singer's melody and the underlying guitar accompaniment.

This totally new, musically-intelligent hybrid of traditional chordal and scalic harmony modes means that Vocalist Live 4 musIQ harmonies stay true to not only the overall key and song scale, but also localized variations due to chords that aren't part of the global key. You've never heard anything like it!

FEATURES
3- or 4-part vocal harmony with no programming 
Groundbreaking musIQ technology do the rest
Selectable voicing: unison, 3rd, 5th-above or below your lead vocal
Built-in mixer with Vocal, Harmony and Guitar level controls
Pitch correction with four adjustable parameters
Guitar Reverb and Chorus with four adjustable parameters
Vocal enhancement effects matrix lets you adjust up to five parameters of Preamp, Compressor/Gate, EQ, Lead Effects, Harmony, Reverb, Echo Delay and Guitar effects
Store and recall up to 50 User presets; and select from 50 Factory presets
2+10-character LED display
Major/Minor and Key Change Up/Down buttons with LED display
Harmony, Effects and Preset Up/Down pedals
On-board guitar tuner
XLR mic/line input with level adjustment, low-noise high-headroom preamp and 48V phantom power
1/4" guitar input, 1/4" guitar pass-through and Guitar Ground Lift switch
1/4" line input and 1?8" AUX input for CD or
MP3 players
1?8" headphone jack
Stereo 1/4" line out and balanced stereo XLR line outs
Stereo/mono output selector
Road-rugged, all-metal chassis
Power supply included

Order the Vocalist Live 4 today and add harmony singers who work for free.

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4.7

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The Next Best Thing to Real Backup Singers

I use the VL4 in my British Invasion tribute band, where I sing lead vocals and play rhythm guitar. Since my guys don't off much in the way of backing vocals, it's been...Read complete review

I use the VL4 in my British Invasion tribute band, where I sing lead vocals and play rhythm guitar. Since my guys don't off much in the way of backing vocals, it's been a lifesaver (since virtually every song in our genre is harmony-dependent).A lot can be - and has been - said about the VL4. If you want answers to every possible question about it under the sun, track down the Harmony Central forum dedicated to it. It's fair to say that the dedicated users of the VLR on that forum - who have created quite a volume of useful information - are extremely pleased with it.Here are some tips for people considering the VL4:1. Short of real back-up singers, this is the best harmonizer available for most users. The TC Helicon unit reportedly has more authentic sounding harmonies, but is also much more difficult to use.2. The VL4 is very user friendly, but still requires some commitment of time to figure out how to maximize its potential.3. Expect the harmonies to sound less than completely authentic and somewhat digital because ... well, they are. As the name suggests, the VL4 is best suited for live use, rather than recording.4. Don't expect pitch correction to make you a good singer if you can't sing already. With proper adjusting, it will correct your mildly flat notes, but it's not going to magically make a non-singer sound like Bono.5. This unit is best suited for rhythm guitar players who sing lead vocals. The Music IQ system forms the harmonies based on the chords you play. This is what makes it so easy to use. While it's possible for a lead vocalist who doesn't play guitar to set the key for each song individually, it would be a lot of trouble to do that - and virtually impossible for songs that change keys.6. You'll have to learn to adjust your singing to fit the unit. To get proper harmonies requires a strong and steady lead voice. If you waiver on the lead, your harmonies will sound drunken and untrue. The VL4 works best with straight-ahead vocals. It doesn't respond well to dipsy styling.7. While the VL4 comes loaded with presets, most basic rock harmonies are a third up. I use a third up setting for 90 percent of our songs.If you've been looking for a vocal harmonizer, you're going to love this product.

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DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 lives up to expectations

Over the years I have owned 2 different and older versions of harmonizers from Digitech. The older versions were good but limited. According to Digitech the new vocalist live series promised to address the...Read complete review

Over the years I have owned 2 different and older versions of harmonizers from Digitech. The older versions were good but limited. According to Digitech the new vocalist live series promised to address the problem of staying in tune, by sampling the guitar to find the proper key. I had to wait a month and was tearing at the bit to get my hands on the Vocalist 4. It finally arrived days ago. I have already spent hours with it and it is wonderful. I was worried that it would rob tone from my guitar but it does not. Digitech promised so much that I thought there must be trade offs in some areas. I am happy to say I was wrong. The effects are teriffic and laid out well. The harmony presets are incredible and I have not heard one out of tune note. I am glad I ordered the higher end vocalist 4, instead of the vocalist 2. My wife is a music teacher and arrived home the other day stunned to find only me in our studio belting out tunes. The Digitech Vocalist Live 4 is a great tool and technology at it's finest hour. I don't want to perform without one.

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5.0

Digitech VL4

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

This thing is touchy you don't want to over use it. You have to be real carefull on your settings it is a little spendy but I like it. It helps on the songs that need lots of backup just remember DON'T OVER USE IT!!!!!! I hope you like it like I do....

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great device, bad power supply

By dlpittenger

from Wisconsin

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

This device worked great out of the box. I hooked it up for a family get-together, and similar to a Karaoke machine everyone flocked to it and began singing to hear the cool affects and harmonies. It was fun while it lasted. After about an hour, the unit went dead. Turns out the power supply died. After a quick Internet search I found that the reliability of this particular, (and unique), power supply is awful. Some people have already went through 3 of them! So although I like the unit, I wouldn't highly recommend it if you need it as part of your professional gig. Too unreliable.

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4.0

It's just ok

By JoeMama-OH0fD

from Kansas

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

I researched this thoroughly & I read all the glowing reviews before buying it. There is hardly anything negative written about this, so I figured it must be the greatest thing in music history. I'll make it short and sweet: the actual vocal processing is very limited with regard to reverb and EQ. For EQ, you can choose bass, treble, mid, and adjust the mid range. Lame. The reverbs are servicable but sound very amateur. It's either too much or too little, I've yet to find that sweet spot in 7+ months of using this. And if you're buying this for the pitch correction & harmonies to save your bacon, you might want to spend the extra money on voice lessons or on hiring a backup singer. Save your money and buy the new TC Helicon. I saw another vocalist using it and it sounded amazing. The Vocalist 4 couldn't hold a candle to it.

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Get it now and fire your lead vocalist!

By sixfosters

from Minster Ohio

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Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

This is the most awesome toy to come along in a long time! I plugged my guitar and mic into my amp, the next thing I knew I sounded like the Eagles! I don't have a strong lead voice but with the Vocalist 4, I sound better than my lead singer! This is truly the best harmonizer out there! Plug and play is the truth! This will pay for itself in just a few gigs!

 
5.0

Superb Quality

By Sean Moran

from Philadelphia Suburbs

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

This unit has proved to be a valuable, and long-needed addition. I've been playing for 40 years, and usually perform solo, and the sound just amazes my audiences. I've actually been asked once where the other singers where! In the past, I have used pre-recorded background vocals, but those days are over!I really appreciate the in-depth access to the programming parameters, which allows me to tweak things to my satisfaction. I run the vocals from this directly into an 8 channel board, and run the guitar thru to an additional Ibanez stereo chorus, before putting it into the board.Anyway you look at it, you can't go wrong with the VL4. Plays great right out of the box, and allows all the individuality a person can demand!

 
5.0

UNREAL

By WICKTANA

from HIXSON, TN

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Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

One day I was looking through a copy of Guitar World and saw an advertisement on this. Just as soon as I saw what the ad was saying, I jumped up and went to the computer. A few months later here it comes in the mail. This is a bad habbit I have but for some reason I never read the instructions first. In this case it didn't matter. This pedal is so easy that within 5 min I was saying my firs whoooooo in four parts. From there I went from pre-set to pre-set finding out which ones worked for me. This thing is amazing and if it were stollen or damaged today. I would buy another as soon as possible. In times past I had to lay down the four part harmony for the songs I would record. This became difficult when the 1st tenor part was way up there, and the bass was way down there. Using my BR-1200, 12 channel multi-recorder, I plug my mic (phantom power) into the Vocalist 4 mic in. Then run another cable into the line-out on the back of the BR-1200, to the line-in on back of the BR-1200. You must always run your guitar through the box. By using this configuration, my power monitors allows me to hear the harmony as I sing. Or, you can use the head phones. The great part about this machine is the three volume knobs that the Vocalist 4 gives you. Your able to turn the guitar all the way down or up. The lead vocal down or up. Tha back-up vocals down or up. When I lay down a back up track I lower the lead as low as possible plus the guitar. I save the lead vocal and guitar for other channels. Just keep in mind. The chain is only as strong as it's weakest link. If you go out of pitch while you are singing lead. So will all the other parts. There are just taking their que from you and singing harmony to what your lead voice is doing. In some cases, there are some presets that it is better for you to sing a harmany part than to sing lead. The presets are great. I love the one for the Eagles, and it make lying eyes come to life. If you like southern Gospel this thing is right there with you. Hell, it will even let you put a couple of girls in your back up vocals. For you that do shows alone, record, or belong to a band to just can't sing. You need this. Go to the Digitech web-site and watch it in motion.

 
4.0

Amazing Technology

By MartinMan-xNFDP

from Cary, NC

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

We tried the Vocalist Live 4 out as part of an acoustic folk duo I'm in (my wife and I) and found it to be pretty amazing. The unit truly does accomplishe a very automatic way of providing a variety of complex harmonies. Our favorite was the Eagles and CSNY presets. We play through a Bose L1 M1 and it made two people sound like a full 4 part CSNY-like band! We like the presets in the Live 4 vs the Live 2. Makes it more practical and flexible to use in live situations.The only issue we had with it was using the Bose which puts sound behind us and the sound gets picked up through the mics. This cause a bit of confusion for the unit and muddied the guitar signal oddly enough. So it really didn't work out totally for us. However, with a more traditional PA setup with the speakers in front, we think this would be a very cool addition. The other issue was simply that we could see with use, folks would get to rely on the unit. Once you play through it then play just live without it, the "pure" sound seems to be a bit lackluster in comparison. So one is tempted to have it "on" all the time and could lead to using it as a crutch. But that's certainly not the unit's fault. Not sure how well it would do in a big band context, but for a single act, this could be the thing to fatten up your vocals and be a real head-turner for your audience. The only other issue we would mention is the price. It is a bit expensive. However, we would definitely recommend folks try it out. We've tired earlier versions of vocal harmonizers that left us cold. This one did sound work work really well and as advertised as far as we are concerned

 
5.0

Amazing

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

This unit is a welcomed addition to anyone who needs backup singers on the spot, likes to harmonize or experiment with vocals. Built tough, user friendly. A great product.

 
5.0

Harmony for Dummies!

By FormerVoiceLiveUser

from Atlanta, GA

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

Wow... I just got mine 2 days ago and was using it within minutes of de-boxing it and hooking it into my Bose L1. This is Plug 'n Play at it's finest. Having previously owned the VoiceLive, which requires programming degree (that I have!) and a LOT of time (that I don't have!) and manual reading to play nicely with, the VL4 is a great tool for dummies like me who just want it to work out of the box. Plug in your mic and your guitar and you're a one man quartet. If you play the right notes/chords, it does all the work of figuring out the appropriate harmonies. It's truly the "easy button" approach to harmony, but it sounds GREAT too! Having all the effects you want built in is nice too. Yes, I'm sure if I ready the manual (now where did I throw it?) I will no doubt learn a few "best practices" with the unit, but like most, I want to "use" my toys before reading about all the little nuances. I appreciate the fact that I could go from 0 to 60 in record time... THANK YOU DigiTech!!!!!

 
5.0

The Next Best Thing to Real Backup Singers

By Ricosound

from Memphis

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Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

I use the VL4 in my British Invasion tribute band, where I sing lead vocals and play rhythm guitar. Since my guys don't off much in the way of backing vocals, it's been a lifesaver (since virtually every song in our genre is harmony-dependent).A lot can be - and has been - said about the VL4. If you want answers to every possible question about it under the sun, track down the Harmony Central forum dedicated to it. It's fair to say that the dedicated users of the VLR on that forum - who have created quite a volume of useful information - are extremely pleased with it.Here are some tips for people considering the VL4:1. Short of real back-up singers, this is the best harmonizer available for most users. The TC Helicon unit reportedly has more authentic sounding harmonies, but is also much more difficult to use.2. The VL4 is very user friendly, but still requires some commitment of time to figure out how to maximize its potential.3. Expect the harmonies to sound less than completely authentic and somewhat digital because ... well, they are. As the name suggests, the VL4 is best suited for live use, rather than recording.4. Don't expect pitch correction to make you a good singer if you can't sing already. With proper adjusting, it will correct your mildly flat notes, but it's not going to magically make a non-singer sound like Bono.5. This unit is best suited for rhythm guitar players who sing lead vocals. The Music IQ system forms the harmonies based on the chords you play. This is what makes it so easy to use. While it's possible for a lead vocalist who doesn't play guitar to set the key for each song individually, it would be a lot of trouble to do that - and virtually impossible for songs that change keys.6. You'll have to learn to adjust your singing to fit the unit. To get proper harmonies requires a strong and steady lead voice. If you waiver on the lead, your harmonies will sound drunken and untrue. The VL4 works best with straight-ahead vocals. It doesn't respond well to dipsy styling.7. While the VL4 comes loaded with presets, most basic rock harmonies are a third up. I use a third up setting for 90 percent of our songs.If you've been looking for a vocal harmonizer, you're going to love this product.

 
5.0

Working Musicican's Dream

By Ernie-ju9X3

from Central Florida

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

I am an actively gigging guitar player/singer doing one man shows for coffee houses, private parties, etc. The Vocalist Live-4 is a one-man-show?s dream come true. Although you will probably want to customize some of the pre-sets to your liking, you can literally take it out of the box, plug in your guitar and mic, hook it to your sound system and go to work. It?s really that simple. The harmonies are dead on. It?s so much fun to watch people?s head?s turn when you switch it on. They are literally looking for the other singers! The guitar effects are great as well, but it?s the incredible harmonies that make this thing rock. It tracks your guitar chord changes and modifies your harmonies accordingly. When you play a suspended chord and resolve it to the root, the high 5th drops down just like a trained back-up singer. One word of caution: This thing sounds so good you?ll be tempted to use it too much. It?s most effective when used sparingly, like spices in a recipe. Turn it on the pre-set called ?Eaglets 3? for that chorus in ?Lyin? Eyes? and watch the heads turn and table conversations cease. When you turn it off for the verses you will still have their attention.

 
5.0

YOU WON'T BELIEVE YOUR VOICE

By WICKTANA

from HIXSON, TN

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I wrote a review when I first recived mine, somehow it didn't get posted. When I called to order this there was a six month back order. This little machine is well worth the wait. Simple songs can be turned in to songs when you use these other harmony vocalist. Since I am a big Eagle fan, the have a preset called eagilest 2. I'm sure they called it this because of using the Eagles name. When I sing on of their songs such as "Take it easy". The crowd is baffled at what they heard. One thing you need to know, if you go off key, the rest of the vocalist go off key. It is very simeple to use, and if this one broke that I have. I would buy another one. The reason I didn't give all 5's, I'm just not sure the pedal is made really well. I've had it ever since they came on the market. So I have used it for well over a year. For you that sing alone, you need this machine, for those of you who sings with a group that can't sing harmony. You need this machine.

 
4.0

Pretty good...but....

By BobHuge

from Fairgrove, MI

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Sounds pretty good, however....one of the reasons I bought this was to try to get away from using a board in my solo show. Problem is that the vocal and guitar effects change with the harmony presets. For example, knowing that no two venues are the same, you would have to re-EQ (or reverb, etc) all of the presets you want to use everytime you switch stages. They should have created two channel strips or something that address this. That way, you really could just come in, put the pedal down and plug your speakers into. However, it just becomes another added piece of equipment. Not sure about the road worthiness of it, yet. It seems a little soft.

 
5.0

Best Backup You Can Find!

By michael galvan

from pleasant ridge

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

I am a 40 year pro musician having used some really great back up vocalists. With or without backups, this unit is superb. There really is no use for back up artists if you so desire. The sound quality is not synthesized nor fake sounding in any way. The only thing you have to do is concentrate on your foot work to pedal on and off. ALSO - remember to turn it off if you are a "frontman". I've gotten a few audience laughs making announcements in 5 part harmony!!

 
5.0

One of the best inventions in history

By Dinky Reverse

from AZ

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Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

I have had mine for about a week. It's one of the best inventions ever. I have used it in home recording and live. It sounds great. And because of the built in guitar effects, it's the only processor I need! It has simplified my setup, and sounds great.

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4.0

Great but noise floor is too much!

By hardtaildrummer

from St. Louis

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 4 Harmony Processor:

Great product, except the hiss that comes out of this thing is unbelievable. One other reviewer mentioned this, and like him, I tried every combination of cables and ground lifts, phantom power on/off, mics, XLR vs unbalanced, and came to the conclusion there is just a very high noise floor in the electronics. It sounds like single coil pickups on an old Tele (well, almost..). That is the only thing I have to say against it, but it is a substantial negative that everyone needs to know about. I thought maybe I had a bad unit, but then saw the other review, so my guess is that it is common. I highly recommend understanding the pitch correction feature, as it is not usually on in the presets - it helps to keep the harmonies solid, and as most people don't have perfect pitch, it helps the lead vocal too. Other than that, I pretty much agree with the other comments on this review page.

 
5.0

Truly incredible! Pays for itself in spades!

By GoofyDawg-QoR3y

from Cupertino, CA

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I've done (and still do) a lot of solo gigs every year from parties and weddings to corporate events - you name it. Until I got the VL4 a month ago (from my wonderful wife as a birthday present), I was always wishing to have harmonies, especially since I do a lot of the old classic 60's and 70's stuff like CSN and James Taylor and the Eagles. I now have that with the VL4. Since I've gotten it, I've done five gigs, the first one was for an audience of 750+ people. The response I got was worth the price of the unit. When I first switched on the harmony, the surprised (but pleased) looks on the people's faces said it all - I knew I'd hit a home run. But aside from the novelty of being able to add harmony to your vocals, the sound quality that the VL4 produces is what does it for me. With the vocal effects for the lead vocals, I can dial in studio-quality tone that's very warm and natural. As for the harmonies, the MusIQ technology is nothing short of amazing. The fact that it does both vocal and chord analysis pretty much ensures that you'll get accurate harmonies. That said, I've had to make some adjustments in my playing. But they're fairly minor. For instance, while the VL4 will figure out a harmony for even altered chords like 1/2-dims, it can get a little confused when you do walking bass lines. You can hear the harmony vocals switch in response to the bass line. It's still in the right harmonic range, but the switching can throw you off. That's a minor nit, but I thought I'd mention it. Also, I've found that if you sing high, you don't want to use even higher harmonies - you'll end up sounding like Alvin and the Chipmunks. But hey! for what the VL4 give you, like I said, they're minor nits.

 
5.0

Incredible... and I'm not EASILY impressed

By Ron-t7U5G

from W Michigan

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I read all the rave reviews... so sounded like fun. The Reviews were under rating it!Mine came yesterday. Without opening the manual - I was playing with it in minutes. (a bit confused, but it started to come together... and I had a BLAST. The manual reading later helped clear up some questions.What's under rated is - well everyone raves about "harmonizer's harmonies" YEAH - they're great... BUT... I don't have a good voice... I have a good ear! (unlike many who don't) I know when I'm off or don't sound good.... so "I don't sing" until now!Even with harmony features OFF - this thing is amazing. I turned on pitch correction, I dialed up the "Elvis" present (which smooths out, lowers my nazely voice) and added vibrato (ON notes I hold...) and WOW - I CAN SING WITH QUALITY.I started singing and playing "Love me Tender" (not my normal music) and my family went nuts saying OH MY GOSH HOW DO YOU DO THAT!? I can now add vocals to my home recordings with pride. AMAZING piece of work.Only negatives.1. dials don't have CLICK stops, a little "ODD" feeling when using options... though seems to work fine.2. NO OFF SWITCH - com'on - what does that add? 3.00 to the price at best? I have to pull the AC adapter plug out of the back to power it off.. 3. footswitches "FEEL cheezy" time will tell if they hold up. All minor things... I absolutely LOVE IT.

 
5.0

I CAN'T BELIEVE MY EARS

By WICKTANA

from HIXSON, TN

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First of all I gave it 4.5 for an over all score. This was based on how well it was made and how high the price is. other than that this is a five star machine. For those of you like me who like user friendly effects. The Vocalist 4 was so easy to make it work that I didn't need the directions. There are 50 presets such as taken 5, eaglets 3, etc. You know this was just a way for them not to pay the Eagles and Take 6. Nevertheless, when you go to these settings and do one of their songs. WOW!! I started singing you can't hide your lying eyes. When I got to the chorus I push the harmony pedal. Suddenly my ears are hearing this stacked sound of voices Each part was great, a couple of them were singing way too high for me to reach. If you like Gospel music quartet style, or just Barber Shop. There are settings to sing this style of music. You can choose to have female back up with the male. I can't possibly tell you how great this voice harmonizer. On the pedal you have three volume knobs. One for lead vocal, background harmony vocals, and one for your guitar. I run this through my PA system which gives me better vocal sound. Should I decide to run the guitar through an amp. It would be no problem. One thing that you should know but don't let it stop you from getting this if you can't pull it off. Having a PA system really makes the vocals/harmony come out strong.

 
5.0

Plug and play-harmony for anyone

By JimmyPageRulez-ChqOB

from Syracuse

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This thing has a FANTASTIC mic preamp, which makes the vocals sound good even when not using any of the effects. If you get noise, check your cables, because I've had mine for 3 years and no problems in stereo or mono. Just with the presets I can cover 90% of vocal harmonies, and if I wanted to take the time and create my own presets, I could do just about anything. If you sing the right part, this thing covers all the rest. The only issue with Digitech is the high power draw and ac current adapters that make using the Boss pedal board stuff not possible (you will fry it with a dc!). My solution is to use the digitech ac adapter plugged in permanently into the ac outlet on my pedalboard. This is the best one out there for the money and if you don't want a steep learning curve. 3 Years of hard gigging on my pedal board- NO PROBLEMS!

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