HARDWARE: KORG microKORG, KORG Monotron Duo, KORG Monotron Delay, Roland Lucina, AKAI MPD26, Catalinbread Teaser Stallion, Behringer Ultra Tremolo UT100, Behringer Ultra Shifter US600, Biying Tri Reverb RV-10, Electro-Harmonix Voice Box, Electro-Harmonix Freeze, Roland DR-50 mic, Behringer UBB1002 mixermore
It's the closest I can get to the gold standard among stompbox harmonists, the Boss PS-6, on my budget. The sound is less clean and the tracking is pretty weak, though straight pitch shifting is better than the harmonizer. As a gadget for nifty little bends, it has its uses. The biggest surprise of all is a classy detune function with gives a lovely thick, almost chorus-like effect to the guitar and fills up a sharp single-coil tone with a lot of warmth.
I have a pedalboard setup that utilizes two of these pedals.. And I've sat down with this and the Boss PS-6, and I was surprised that this tracks as good, if not better, than the Boss pedal.
Wanted a Boss PS-6 at first but I couldn't justify paying for it if I'm rarely gonna step on it. After watchin many youtube comparisons I found this may even be a better choice. I'm satisfied with it all in all, the tracking is okay and has the same features as the PS-6. The build is obviously not the best quality, but for the price I don't care :)
This pedal is amazing fun. I bought it just over a year ago from Gear 4 Music for around £34.99. The pedal has so many functions to play with, so many ways to alter the functions and it's hard to get bad sounds out of it. There's not too many pitch shifter pedals around, and this is the only one that I've tried, but I love it, and I love the price.
I use this pedal on Medicine Club's song 'Reform', primarily for it's pitch bend function (S bend on the Boss equivalent). Although it's got plastic coating and is about a quarter of the price of the Boss original, it's got a really nice sweep and it'll be staying on my board for a long time.