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Todd Simpson
post Jul 28 2015, 11:10 PM
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I am really digging this pedal. it's called the "HARMONY" from Hotone Audio. It's a Pitch Shifter/Octave/Harmony pedal thats small enough to fit in your shirt pocket. Here is a quick demo.



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post Aug 2 2015, 05:17 PM
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Sounds cool! No different than my Boss harmonist.

*I want their mini wah/volume pedal.


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post Aug 2 2015, 10:04 PM
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I had the MINI WAH. It was way cool! It works as a volume control/wah/expression pedal. Sadly, it died within the first month of owning it. Maybe I got a bad one or fried it somehow trying to use it as an expression pedal, but it's dead. Sounded great though and had a very nice sweep to it.

I did a video with it before it died. Here is the pedal with the harmony. Which I liked a lot smile.gif



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Sounds cool! No different than my Boss harmonist.

*I want their mini wah/volume pedal.


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post Aug 4 2015, 06:31 AM
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What do you think of the small size? It looks like one-handed operation was a little awkward.


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post Aug 5 2015, 01:56 AM
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I think the small size is pretty darn handy smile.gif I was reaching from an awkward position to keep the camera in position (E.G. using my left hand instead of my right). The amps and pedals in this series are nice and portable, sound great, won't break the bank, and are built like tanks. I'm hoping to try the clean sounding one as well smile.gif

This one amp doesn't really do clean so it's a bit of a one trick pony. It's built for one thing. HIGH GAIN. It does it very well and does a great job with other stomp boxes in front of it. I want to see if the clean one has enough head room to push the volume way up and still stay clean. If so, you could put your distortion pedals in front and have a multi channel system that's very portable.

I was really impressed by how loud this thing is. It's driving a full size randall 4x12. I really think you could use this thing in band practice, provided the drummer wasn't insane, and even for some live shows, again provided the volume wasn't just nuts smile.gif


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What do you think of the small size? It looks like one-handed operation was a little awkward.


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