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Just recently sold my G Major II (Replaced with a GSP1101 which I prefer).

On a whim, I picked up a TC Voiceworks.

This unit.........is a nightmare.

I have been using modelers for a LONG time (BTW, weren't Johnson J-Stations awesome?) and can figure out every unit I've laid my hands on in a very short time. Although, to be fair, my experience with vocal effects is much less.

But THIS unit.........it's just a freaking nightmare. Its unintuitive, you have to specify FAR too many details.......and.......well, I just freaking HATE the menus. Its like you need an interpreter sitting next to you just to work with it!

That said, the unit is EXTREMELY customizable and you can tweak almost anything your brain can think of. Also, its light years ahead of its competition (aren't the best selling vocal processors and harmonizers still the Vocal Live series?)

I found this to be one of the better sounding and natural harmonizers you can buy. Plus the effects sound great.

I just wish I didn't have to spend hours with it to get it to sound right. Oh yeah, I almost forgot, the manual is completely useless........seriously......
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