Re: [Harp-L] Effects for Harp
A number of Ri chard Hunter's patches for the RP200 use the chorus effect
(and some use the rotating/leslie effect) and they sound great.
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From: "hazcon" <hazcon@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2008 2:08 AM
Subject: [Harp-L] Effects for Harp
I have just bought a Digitech 200 pedal and after my initial disappointment
that it didn't make me sound like.............,I have been having a ball
dialing in some weird and wonderful sounds.
It's quite amazing to hear what a note blown on the harp can
be made to sound like.I had a perfect trumpet at one stage(course never
wrote down what I was doing so that patch has gone)
Anyway out of all the effects/amp simulations etc I have
pretty well settled on one that to my ears would be perfect for how I like
a hard/crunch type blues.None of the traditionalists would probably like
it but that is not the question here.
CHORUS! Just a touch seems to add that touch of
gravy,thickener,call it what you will ,that we all crave in amped blues
harp.And, just a touch is the key thing.
Am I the only one who thinks this?I mean a lot of the modern blues(y)
masters seem to use a million pedals but,as far as I know none use chorus
Am I alone?
Love to hear your thoughts ,if any, on this particular effect.( Tiresome
disclaimer: I know acoustic tone is first but hey I am just talking fun
So does anyone use a Chorus effect on Harp?
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