[Harp-L] Organ Sounds on Harmonica (on the cheap)
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- From: Mike Fugazzi <mikefugazzi@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2012 09:28:49 -0500
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I know this is a popular topic about once a year. I came upon the
Behringer US600 pedal a couple of years ago and ended up not keeping it (I
wanted to insert it on the wet side of a delay to have pitch shifted
delays, but gave up on the idea). It tracks very well and can be had new
for $50 (it is not a POG, though!). This can be combined with a Line 6
Roto Machine (which I also had and sold when I moved to the M series
effects from Line 6), which is $60 new. So, for $110, you can have some
solid organ sounds. A Micro POG paired with a DLS Rotary pedal (well,
there are a bunch of great rotary pedals in the $200-500 range) would sound
better, but it is what it is.
Roto Machine effect (but on the M13)
Personally, I prefer just playing octaves/chords into a rotary effect, but
it maybe isn't as organ-y as it could be?
I am swamped right now, but will try to create some sound clips soon...
Quicksilver Custom Harmonicas
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