Boss VE-20 Vocal Performer

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Effect Pedal for Vocals

  • With all important vocal effects
  • With looper
  • Simple operation
  • 2-Voice harmonist and pitch correction
  • Illuminated LCD display
  • Looper mono: 38 s
  • Sounds: 30 (preset) + 50 (user)
  • Connections IN (XLR / jack), OUT L/MONO (XLR), OUT R (XLR), PHONES/LINE (stereo jack)
  • Suitable power supply Boss PSA-230: Art.102842 (not included in delivery)
  • Matching bag: Art.486899 (not included in delivery)
available since November 2009
Item number 235812
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Ideal for vocalists...
AndyPlant 18.11.2021
Its boss so its built like a tank very robust, Ideal for the vocalist who does not want the sound man to have all the control from the front. The only downside is you have to use the sound knob on the top of the unit to cycle through the effects to the ones you want to use which is fine if you are a dedicated vocalist but a little harder if your playing guitar or keyboards... although you can also do this by using the foot switch on the right.. but all in all a great quality pedal with some great presets and plenty of space to create your own custom sounds,..
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A great tool!
Thib H 31.03.2020
Lots of possibilities. Advice if you are looking for harmonization: create your own patches, where you disable all other preprocessings (reverb, chorus, ...) and keep only harmonization.

Sole drawback: the pedal would benefit from a dry output and a wet output, allowing sound engineers to mix themselves between both sounds during a live perf.
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Good to cut feedback
Reminiscence 17.04.2020
• Good to add effects on vocals during rehearsals.
• With the EQ, you can cut one frequency at a time to see which one is creating a feedback and cut it to stop it!
• For gigs, it's good if you have specific settings that change from song to song or during songs themselves.
• If you just like one specific setup (a bit of delay, for example), it might be easier to ask that setup to the sound engineer.

Always good as a backup anyway!
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Very good Harmoniser
David3021 08.03.2015
When I first bought this I was interested in the harmoniser. As a Sax/Flute player I had lots of ideas in my head which I thought could be realised by the Boss VE-20. Ok it's for singers but woodwind players use mikes as well and the basic idea is the same. The octave generates a pretty good Bari sax and the diatonic thirds, fifths etc work well. Most of the presets are useful and the looper is good quality. This is one of the few devices on the market that work without having to plug in a guitar or keyboard to enable the harmonies and the fx are good. Boss are excellent at making good solid equipment that works well. If it has a downside it is the wealth of choice. I think most people would be happy with less presets and simpler programming.
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