Guitar World Staff Picks: Paul Riario's 2013 Holiday Gear Wish List
08. TC HELICON Harmony Singer, tc-helicon.com; $275
I remember being one of the first guitarists in my scene to use TC’s original VoiceLive Vocal FX processor, which was a bulky unit where you had to scroll through presets and key changes in order to get the proper harmony when singing back up vocals.
However, the new TC Helicon Harmony Singer detects what key I’m in, offers multiple harmony options, and onboard reverb simply by plugging my guitar and mic into it.
It also features an adaptive tone control that combines the perfect mix of compression, de-essing, gating and EQ to sweeten your vocal sound. What makes this pedal even more desirable is the fact it doesn’t alter your guitar sound because it works as a thru pedal and is compact enough to stay on your main pedalboard.
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