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Musikmesse 2013: TC Helicon Launch Harmony Singer Pedal
Harmony Singer is the perfect partner for essential and exciting vocal processing with a small footprint on your rig, no larger than a guitar stomp box, but with a massive sound. Whether you're an electric or electro-acoustic player, pro or practicing musician, your vocal presentation will sound greatly extended and like you've got back-up singers.
The Harmony Singer is extremely simple to set-up simply connect your mic to the Harmony Singer and your Harmony singer to your PA and booms you're up and running trying out harmonies you'd never even dreamt of before.
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Posted on 9 Apr 2013 14:31 to category : Instruments News
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