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Re: Getting rid of the Harmonizer

Hmm, I've never tried it and don't have a bass to check it out.  For what 
worth, I tune down to D (sometimes doubling two octaves down) and it always
did pretty well.  I'm afraid of what it would do to your speakers to double
down on a bass "B"!

here's some more about it on harmony-central:


Daryl Shawn

> How does this unit do with bass? (especially with a low "B")
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Daryl" <highhorse@mhorse.com>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 2003 12:10 PM
> Subject: Getting rid of the Harmonizer
> >
> > Uncle Sam has come calling to me too...I was really hoping to bring 
> > to the swap meet at Loopstock, but had to miss it due to some
> > last-minute troubles...dammit!  Did anyone end up making any recordings
> > or videos?
> >
> > I'm selling my beloved Digitech IPS-33b harmonizer.  Stereo effects,
> > pitch and volume mod, delay, arpeggiator (really weird), pitch
> > correction, two intelligent (scalar or chromatic) harmonies in addition
> > to original, inputs for two controller pedals (can do whammy), midi in,
> > out and thru, etc etc.  Works great and sounds really nice, same era as
> > the first whammy pedal.   Have printout of manual, can send pix.  Help
> > me out with your $200...anyone?
> >
> > Daryl Shawn
> > highhorse@mhorse.com
> >
> >
> >
> >