Simulate a 12-string guitar with Mosaic
Mosaic, DigiTech’s latest polyphonic effect pedal, will add body and dimension to any 6-string electric and electric-acoustic guitar.
The new DigiTech Mosaic features a polyphonic pitch shifter and smart doubler that adds virtual strings one octave below and double the high strings to create a 12-string sound. A 24-bit AD/DA converter is also included.
You can adjust the effect level and the amount of high frequencies applied to the signal (Tone). The pedal also features a true bypass switch and ships with a power supply (no battery operation).
The DigiTech Mosaic will be available late December, 2014 or early January, 2015, for the EU public price of 166€. More info at digitech.com.
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