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TC-Helicon Harmony-G XT

Vocal Processor from TC-Helicon belonging to the VoiceTone series

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«  Excellent !! a real addiction !! »

Published on 08/13/14 at 02:08
Value For Money : Excellent
processeu harmony of voices, many good qualities effects (reverb, echo ....) With a tone knob which includes gate, Esser, autotune ...) when pressed, its notes of magic, the voice is clear spring Well, with a little reverb and all the presets on enregistreable

UTILIZATION

So first we must make a balance of the input signal and adjust if you want more guitar, to effect or more cores.
For the parameters of the tone knob, c frankly galley, for the rest it's like bein a multi purpose
Manual very clear, you'll quickly get the beast in hand

SOUND QUALITY

yes the effects are very well their taf, the sound is rather stunning, c is why what is highly addictive, on the other hand do not dream accuracy in singing must be presented, otherwise the harmonies will be ugly and despite the autotune

OVERALL OPINION

I used the last one week I am happy, I feel less alone when I sing with my guitar, parcontre only negative point, there is an audible latency when agreements are changing rapidly.
Very good pedal, excellent value for money, with a good looper it is a way to spend the entire summer making her =)
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