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Harmony Effects
This group of effects add a harmony to your incoming signal. Both the harmony note and the input
signal are mixed together as if two guitars were playing simultaneously. As you rock the pedal back
and forth, the harmony note bends between two intervals specified by the selected effect setting, but
the input signal remains unchanged. This effect can be used in combination with the Drop Tune effect.
Harmony effects include:
OCT DN/OCT UP – Bends the harmony between one octave below (toe up) and
one octave above (toe down) the input note.
5TH DN/4TH DN – Bends the harmony between a fifth (toe up) and a fourth (toe
down) below the input note.
4TH DN/3RD DN – Bends the harmony between a fourth (toe up) and a minor
third (toe down) below the input note.
5TH UP/7TH UP – Bends the harmony between a fifth (toe up) and a dominant
seventh (toe down) above the input note.
5TH UP/6TH UP – Bends the harmony between a fifth (toe up) and a sixth (toe
down) above the input note.
4TH UP/5TH UP – Bends the harmony between a fourth (toe up) and a fifth (toe
down) above the input note.
3RD UP/4TH UP – Bends the harmony between a third (toe up) and a fourth (toe
down) above the input note.
MIN 3RD UP/3RD UP – Bends the harmony between a minor third (toe up) and a
major third (toe down) above the input note.
2ND UP/3RD UP – Bends the harmony between a second (toe up) and a third (toe
down) above the input note.