BOSS PS-6 Harmonizer - Advice?


Smokinj
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11/03/2014 3:18 pm
Any one familiar with this pedal and how well it works producing guitar harmonies?
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11/03/2014 11:46 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQ92EmJZGlw
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11/05/2014 2:53 am
I really need to get me one of them. Thanks for the link.
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11/05/2014 6:20 pm
I guess like the guy in video says, as may be expected it doesn't replace a real second player on harmony parts, if you have access to one. It may work OK on some songs, if you don't have to switch between harmony settings in the same song. I guess it would be better to hear on an actual song, like a Boston or Allman Brothers tune, the pitch bend may be OK if you don't have a guitar with a whammy bar. I guess Ill take it for a test drive, it may at least be a good tool to develop harmony concepts for original tunes.

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11/05/2014 9:37 pm
i think the video gives a good view of what the pedal can do. It seems to me like it's something that would have a place and be really useful in a couple of songs live but would be loads of fun to use in the house :)
I recently bought one of these
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Otdj4HdRk8Y
And although i do use it with my band with both boost and feedback function, i found i use it loads at home cos it gives me usable feedback at low volumes..... loads of fun !!!!!
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