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TC-Helicon VoiceTone X1
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TC-Helicon VoiceTone X1

Vocal Processor from TC-Helicon belonging to the VoiceTone series.

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coco singer coco singer

«  great »

Publié le 08/01/11 à 11:06
different types of distortion for singing
telephone megaphone effects ect.
a more integrated noise gate to cut the feedback

UTILIZATION

use and very simple to the absolute control of his out the manual and also easy to use and the pedal can be connected to pc after instalation of the software provided with (you can set its preset via software)

SOUND QUALITY

the sound quality is just amazing it's a pedal board that I strongly
If you wish to use their live sound in the studio.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for some months I use it with another pedal of the same brand that I recommend.
look at the tc-helicon equipment are all they are great product that is a really interesting value for money
I strongly suggest watching the TC-Helicon products and take another pedal with and combine the two at the same time you will be pleasantly surprised at the results
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