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Digitech Vocalist Live 3 Harmony and Pitch Correction Pedal for Guitarists

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  • 3-part harmony
  • MusIQ technology
  • Pitch correction

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Technical Details
Item Weight1.9 Kg
Product Dimensions21 x 21 x 6.4 cm
Item model numberLIVE3
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #14,340 in Musical Instruments, Stage & Studio (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.1 Kg
Date First AvailableAug. 12 2012
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Product Description

DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 offers a unique range of rack and floor based, user programmable, studio to stage processors that fill every vocal need from real time effects control over your vocals to the first smart multi part vocal harmony processors featuring musIQ technology that analyze the signal from a guitar or keyboard and more. Let the Vocalist Live 3 triple your voice with warm, natural sounding harmonies. The Live 3 automatically follows your vocals and chord progression so you don't have to program a song's key or key changes. Just step on the footswitch while you're playing to fill the room with pitch perfect backup vocals. You can even have the harmonies sound male or female, and increase their human factor for an organic, realistic sound.

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
much better than the old units..amazing! June 11 2010
By Craig S. Adams - Published on
I used to thave one of those little Digitech Vocalist units. It worked, but you had to tell it the key you were playing in and it always lagged a nano second behind your vocals. Wow ...this DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 is amazing. It also works for the solo musician as a mixer and guitar tuner which is real handy. The only thing (apparently)that is an issue is if you want to use the "guitar through" output jack and plug your guitar into an amp or different PA channel, the effects dont seem to work any longer. I kind of like the chorus in this thing, so that is an issue...'s a 5 star device... (Normally you plug your guitar into the unit and one "out" cord goes to the PA amp for both vocals and guitar...or two for stereo)
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
OH YES! Guitar or Piano Jan. 16 2014
By David A Shuber - Published on
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Tried one of these things about 8 years ago. It was top of the line at the time. I was not impressed. This one will blow you away. Use guitar or piano. Reads your chords but also recognizes that sometimes your vocal melodic line passes through a nonharmonic tone. It too will follow through a nonharmonic tone to get to the next note in the chord. Used it on a solo gig with only one week of rehearsal. Told my wife I was going to give the guys in the box an equal cut. Lol You will be amazed.

Just wanted to add I've bought 2 of these. One for my guitar setup & one for my piano setup. The product description doesn't mention it works with piano. In fact the back of the device has an input labeled for guitar but none for piano. Just input your piano in the guitar input. Sounds like an over simplification, but that's what I need in these reviews. Hope it helps you.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Awesome Sept. 18 2012
By Dale - Published on
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Just awesome it does everything it says it does! Very easy to set up and use. Pitch correct, well it corrects your tone when you get a little sharp or flat puts you in key with your guitar. You dont need an amp you can push your guitar thru to the board and it comes out your monitor or mains or both. If you dont want your guitar coming thru the PA just turn that knob down. The built in tuner is perfect. Harmony feature is AWESOME , just dont get carried away with it. I play bass in a working band and just run the guitarists cord into the guitar input and out to his amp and Im set! All the effects alone are worth the price! The switches are noiseless no clicks or pops. It also is a great vocal "coach" you will hear when your out of key, just back off the mic and listen to yourself and whats coming out of the PA. Perfect for duos or full bands! I call it MIlli Vanilli!!! It will pay for itself in a couple of shows.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
If It Wasn't For Those LOUD Footswitches... Dec 12 2011
By Grateful Fred - Published on
If It Wasn't For Those LOUD Footswitches...this would be a great little unit. Picked it up Friday from Guitar Center in Richmond. I really like it...accept for those foot switches, there is a very loud double click that comes through like broken glass when recording. In addition to running the acoustic guitar through the Vocalist 3, I also mic it with a Beta 57. Blending the two seems to give me a fuller, and more natural sound. If you're only running guitar direct, maybe the clicking noises wouldn't get picked-up as much. The 3rd & 5th harmonies are pretty good...the 7th's, and octaves, not so much. The higher ones better than the lower ones, at least for my already deep voice. The pitch correction is OK I suppose if used at 50% or less. It's not really gonna create any magic for you anyway, but it will smooth things a bit...and won't sound over processed if you keep below that 50%. The gender bender doesn't work well, again at least for my voice.

If it wasn't for those footswitches, I'd give it 5...and keep this processor. But for my set up, and purpose...the switches are just too loud for recording, and is a little bit of an annoyance for folks listening as well. Perhaps if you're trying to use it with a full band, there would be enough ambient noise to cover it.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Harmonies! Jan. 3 2012
By Loren Shirk - Published on
OMG where was this thing when I was playing professionally back in the 70's? Excellent harmony effects, does everything the ad claims and perfectly. I could not be happier!