Reviews and Problems with Behringer ULTRA SHIFTER/HARMONIST US600
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8 January 2012
Summary: Well i had some really unrealistic expectations for this pedal; especially after seeing all the demo's on youtube and what not. Not to say that this item was a complete bust; just know what to expect from a $50 Pitch Shifter. it aint no whammy pedal, but it does the diggidy.
Summary: This has to be the second worst effect pedal I ever bought, the worst was the Fishman blender pedal for the acoustic. But that is another review. Anyway, I've turned knobs on this unit and nothing happens. Nothing changes. Not sure what you have to do to get sound out of this pedal.
Summary: I have been playing guitar for about ten years now and I am in no way a pro by any measure, but I can tell you that this pedal does do what it says it will do. With that being said, it is made of plastic but seems robust enough to last for awhile as long as you don't abuse it.
Summary: I never have to invest in a tremolo for each of my guitars I only need this pedal and I now never have to worry about going out of tune because Im just using my foot to do whammy effects and it can sound different depending how I play and press my foot on the pedal and the sounds are realistic and...
Summary: in my quest for a clear strong sub octave pedal i researched pitch shifters. only problem they are expensive and the good ones are rack mount. i found this clone that behringer makes and it works well enough. you can dial in any pitch from an octave below to an octave above your note.
Summary: Unless you looking to add another layer of conspicuously digital screech to your noise rock sound, this thing is a joke. Boss' new Harmonist actually does everything this claims to be able to but fails wildly at, sounding as plastic as its cheap casing in the process.
Pros: Kinda fun for creating high-pitched annoyingness.
Cons: Switch busted after 3 uses; tracking is horrendous.
Summary: At first I was skeptic to thinking the shifter and harmonist feature will match the same features as the Digitech Whammy Pedal. Skeptic no more! This little guy can do similar features and more!