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NAMM 2015: DigiTech Mosaic 12-String Polyphonic Effect Pedal
12-string guitars, thanks to their pairs of strings, provide a sparkling bell-like sound and natural chorus effect. The Mosaic tile uses advanced polyphonic pitch-shifting and intelligent algorithms to make any electric or electo-acoustic guitar sound like a 12-string.
Features include a level control which adjusts the amount of effect intensity and a tone control that shapes the overall brightness.
With true bypass, your tone is unaffected when effect is not in use. Whether you're playing single notes, arpeggios or chordal strums, the DigiTech Mosaic will deliver a rich harmony.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 9 Jan 2015 16:34 to category : Instruments News
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