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    DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Multi-Effects Processor

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    Overall User Ratings

    Overall:
    ********** 8.6 out of 10
    Quality:
    ********** 7 out of 10
    The Wow Factor:
    ********** 6.7 out of 10
    Ease of Use:
    ********** 10 out of 10
    Features:
    ********.** 8.3 out of 10
    Value:
    ********** 5.5 out of 10
    Sound:
    *******.*** 7.2 out of 10
    Manufacturer Support:
    ********** 5.8 out of 10

     

    User Reviews for DigiTech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor Pedalboard


    Overall:
    **********9 out of 10
    Features:
    **********9 out of 10
    Quality:
    **********7 out of 10
    The Wow Factor:
    **********10 out of 10
    Sound:
    **********8 out of 10

    71% of users found this reviews helpful (7 votes).

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    Submitted: 7/11/2003

    Style of Music: all kinds especially the loud industrial kinds

    "SIMPLISTIC YET POWERFUL"

    Sound:
    I got tired of programming my very high-end vocal units, so I purchased this Digitech thing and I don't regret it: the complete line of effects are of great quality and hold enough parameters to get exactly what you want. The EQ section is very good for creating warmth or distance, or whatever you prefer. There's some freakish, toyish-like effects under the pre-amp section for which I can find other use but to entertain my little niece. However, it's clean, bright, and DOES replace my high-end stuff for studio use.
    Feature:
    For this kind of money, having a compressor, pre-amp (WITH VERY USABLE VOCAL DISTORTIONS!!!) and freaky fx, equalizer with adjustable midrange frequency, modulation with all parameters you need, delay including analog and ping-pong types and different reverb types, not to forget ASSIGNABLE PEDAL FOR THREE DIFFERENT PARAMETERS AT ONCE, it's all you need. Ofcourse you can't expect a certain level of sophisticated, experimental fx-routing like you get in way more expensive gear - and what's this fuss about Feedback? Get yourself a decent microphone! Or turn down the volume! I do not get feedback problems of any other type than the usual I get with every other way of amplifying my vocals.
    Quality:
    Well, first of all it Looks Real Good. Well, maybe a little toyish perhaps, with metallic purple shine finish, but it seems sturdy enough to last for a long while. Surely, you should throw it around or really smash the buttons, but it will survive a good "stumbling over" onstage alright.
    The Wow Factor:
    If you don't own a multiplicity of vocal effects already, this is a gorgeous must-have. Because of the sound quality, the price, it being noise-free etc. Would you want a series of pedals at your feet instead with all adding noise and all that? Nah. This cuty can do it all with brighter shine and it's versatile enough for professional quality studio demo vocals.
    Overall:
    With all it's features, you can cover more than you will need. However, I'm not selling my high-end, way more expensive vocal gear - because it's limitations are in effect-routing, which is (logically) fixed. And you can only get 1 modulation effect at a time. But so what? I get high on (near) instant gratification and I hate menu surfing.
    Overall:
    **********5 out of 10
    Features:
    **********6 out of 10
    Quality:
    **********6 out of 10
    Value:
    **********3 out of 10
    The Wow Factor:
    **********2 out of 10
    Sound:
    **********3 out of 10

    50% of users found this reviews helpful (6 votes).

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    By a customer from earthlink.net

    Submitted: 9/7/2003

    Style of Music: Alternative, Classic , Popular and Original Rock

    "awsome...IF you want MARTIANS CYBORGS or CHIPMONKS to be lead or backup singers in your show."

    Sound:
    I am a Full time Soloist Female. I am getting rid of this waste to try the Vocalist Performer Hamonizer instead. The Harmonizer on this is worse than a Chipmonk. In fact, one patch is actually called 'Alvin'. I make it a helium inhaler 'stage joke'. Most of the sounds are more suited for a kid to get kicks out of (expensive toy) like Robot sounds...etc. After my first few laughs, and then setting my own parameters, still, in Live situations it has been very disappointing. First there is the poor choice of factory presets for live sound situations (target audience?) Next, the ever so stated Feedback on any kind of modern deep delay or reverb attempts, or with volume demands of larger venues. Oh...and the signal hiss....I miss my clean vocals at the cost of some reverb and delay.
    Feature:
    If Digitech was going to include 90% of the factory settings wierd sci-fi sounds...they should have done at least half with actual usefull stage/recording parameters preset too, to attract more serious performers for such serious dollars to spend on this toy. If there was a feature I do like...I love the volume pedal options you can assign it for a hamony, volume, delay etc...other multi's of better quality should do that for vocals!!!! Also the Delay was fun to adjust for the correct meter for certain wilder songs.
    Quality:
    It is well made, but the volume pedal did begin to squeek and stick after a few weeks (I gig 1-4 nights a week).
    Value:
    For what your buying, I think this product would reach a more appropriate target audience (for purchace) if it was around the 89.99 to 129.99 price range. Considering its level of professionality.
    The Wow Factor:
    Why not a 1 score?....well I am still using it till I can upgrade...SOON. and its not worthless...just worth'less'. Its a cute crowd pleaser...occationally. Kids could be busy with it ... all day! (came in handy as a babysitter for an 8yr olds attn once)
    Overall:
    I like some of its features 'intentions'. ie, Delay time, multi effects for vocals, but its a hassle to bring to any amount stage volume, (feedback & noise) Live sound has to have volume, so if you do small gigs, with just slight sound adjustments on your mic, its ok, or to use for practice at home, ok too. But its best use, is to entertain your neices and nephews (or kids) with its wild sci-fi sounds (performance USELESS!!!) that 90% of it is programed with. How often do you need 'Alvin, or Martians, or Cyborgs to come sing back up with you??? Now that is the question.
    Overall:
    **********2 out of 10
    Features:
    **********8 out of 10
    Quality:
    **********4 out of 10
    Value:
    **********3 out of 10
    The Wow Factor:
    **********3 out of 10
    Sound:
    **********7 out of 10
    Manufacturer Support:
    **********2 out of 10

    50% of users found this reviews helpful (2 votes).

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    By a customer from fortunehitech.net

    Submitted: 5/15/2003

    Style of Music: Alternative Rock, Jazz, Rock

    "In my opinion the Vocal 300 pedal is not worth purchasing due to its unstable conditions."

    Sound:
    It has awesome sound effects for a vocalist that wants to control his own effects, however, it has a tremendous problem with feeding back.
    Feature:
    I wish it had a more real voice sound though on some of its settings.
    Quality:
    The pedal seems to be starting to stick after only 10 or so times using it.
    Manufacturer Support:
    I have not had a good support experience with DigiTech. They seem to say the problems I am having with the feedback is with everything else except the pedal. I am not the only one having the problem. When I have addressed them on this they tend to give me the Phil Collins, "No Reply At All"
    Value:
    Not sure about any other competitors of this type of product. Wish I had more to choose from.
    The Wow Factor:
    I really wanted this product before I bought. After reading the advertisements about it I was hyped about buying it. Now I regret the purchase. Sorry to be so negative about it, but, it did not live up to its perceptive application.
    Overall:
    In my opinion the Vocal 300 pedal is not worth purchasing due to its unstable conditions. This product does not live up to the advertised perception of what it is supposed to do. I mean, it is advertised to be used live, but, I have been embarrassed too many times with it as it caused an unbearable feedback (utilizing multiple setups). My band has banned me from using it live. I am hoping, maybe, the next version of this pedal will make up for the Vocal 300's shortcomings.
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