TC-Helicon VoiceTone H1

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Vocal Processor Pedal

  • Vocalist: Creates one or two harmonised voices
  • Suitable for guitarists and singers alike
  • Guitar input with chord recognition
  • XLR Microphone input with 24 V phantom power (can not be switched off)
  • Recessed gain control (preventing accidental adjustment)
  • Balanced XLR output
  • USB port (connects to VoiceSupport application for tips, tricks and updates)
  • Mic-control connector (effect on/off via TC-Helicon MP-75 microphone)
  • All pedals of the VoiceTone series can be connected to each other (via Daisychain)
  • The first pedal takes over the master volume.
  • Includes power supply
available since April 2011
Item number 264263
411 AED 100 €
Plus 207 AED shipping
The price in AED is a guideline price only!
Since we ship from Germany, additional costs through taxes and customs may be incurred
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Expand Your Vocal Horizons.
Mrnobodythefirst 06.01.2021
Great vocal; harmonizer ..simple to use and has a good range of harmonies/effects.
I only received it today & have already revamped one of my songs using this pedal via my DAW on PC.
Couldn't be happier as product exceeded my expectations.
You might want to google Youtube for a short demo of how the pedal works as it doesn't come with an instruction manual.
I was using mine effectively within 5 minutes so don't let that put you off. Well worth the money *****
Big thanks to Thomann for such a quick delivery to the UK. and for including power supply & Euro to UK adaptor.
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TC-Helicon Voice Tone H1
Ward-at-work 16.05.2013
I have owned a few TC-Helicon Harmony-G units in the past and thought I would try the H1. Its really simple to hook up and use and has acceptable harmony tones. You do have to choose your harmonies before you perform a song and cannot change them on the fly (as you can with the Harmony-G). The harmonies tend to waver at times or are perhaps too sensitive but I cannot tell yet if this is due to guitar chord sensing or ambient noise at gigs. What I do know is that the Harmony-G unit did not have this problem, but then it was a more expensive unit. To sum up, I would not buy this unit as my main vocal harmonizer, and only use mine as a back up to my Harmony-G.
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Very good for the price
Geof H. 10.02.2020
I am a keyboard player/vocalist and I wanted to experiment with harmonies as I had listened to other musicians and wanted to try it. As an entry level unit this is great. Not expensive but not a huge feature set either. You get what you pay for and this is great value for money.
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Good , simple reliable
AKOV 25.10.2021
exactly what I was looking for
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