#1
so, my band is a power trio and i was just wondering would a light harmonizer be useful in our sound? i was thinking maybe it would fill out the guitar a bit.

heres one of our originals we played at a theatre, everyone seemed to enjoy it even though the sound from the monitor was terrible, meaning WE couldnt hear anything on stage. vid sound is nice though

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zasRgQNdj70


thanks ya
Guitars:
FENDER Sugar Rush, Scala-Caster Strat
KRAMER Striker600ST (from 86)

Amps:
MARSHALL Haze 40

Pedals:
Rocktron Banshee 2 Talkbox
Boss MD2
Crybaby
Visual Sound Tremolo
FAB Chorus
Last edited by supersize at Jan 25, 2012,
#2
If you feel like it's necessary for the sound you're after then sure.

It's really only useful if you have a harmony part in a studio recording and want to be able to replicate it live with the one guitarist.
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#3
well we have songs like that. right now i just use a HEAVY chorus from the amp to get a kind of faux-harmonizer effect
Guitars:
FENDER Sugar Rush, Scala-Caster Strat
KRAMER Striker600ST (from 86)

Amps:
MARSHALL Haze 40

Pedals:
Rocktron Banshee 2 Talkbox
Boss MD2
Crybaby
Visual Sound Tremolo
FAB Chorus
#4
it's good for thickening out certain parts, but don't be too liberal with it.
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#5
Then I would suggest a harmonizer would be a good idea.

Really the only good affordable one I've come across is the dual pedal Digitech one.
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