RE: [Harp-L] Vocal processor

The VE-20 would also let you instantly turn effects on and off.  There are two ways of doing this, in the factory presets the right hand pedal is used to toggle the harmony voices on and off but it can be programmed to toggle whatever banks you want so you can use it to kick in, say, distortion and delay (delay and reverb are independent sections) when playing harp then switch them off to sing.
You can also switch the two pedals so that they move you up and down through the programmed patches, so if you had a harp patch next to your vocal patch the right and left pedals would let you go from one to the other instantly.

> Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2011 17:28:45 -0500
> From: dougharps@xxxxxxxxx
> To: harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx
> CC: 
> Subject: [Harp-L] Vocal processor
> Lately I have been thinking of getting a vocal processor with effects so
> that I could switch from vocals to harp with the same Low Z mic going
> straight to the PA.
> I had pretty much reached the conclusion that either the Boss VE-20 or the
> TC Helicon Voice Tone Correct XT would be best for me. On the XT the pitch
> correction and other effects can be turned off or on as desired. I read
> comments about how saxophone sounded good through it. The Boss will loop,
> and also has good reviews.
> I have never heard either for vocals, or harp, so I am interested in what
> others have discovered.
> Doug S.

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