Yes, I got my VL2 for $350 at Sweetwater from Jim Swain
Since the TC Helicon VocaLive 3 shipped the older model, VocaLive 2
may pop up at a much lower price tag. Used units or even new VL2's
"left behind" in music stores.
Greetings from Sweden
On Sat, Jul 25, 2015 at 8:59 AM, Amy X Neuburg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I bet you folks will have some suggestions for inexpensive live vocal processor pedals.
> For those rare gigs where I’m just singing (not schlepping all my gear), I like a little reverb on my voice, and occasionally a tube distortion effect or a delay. Many of the little art houses where I frequently play have no effects in-house, so I bring my old Dynachord rack unit and hook it up to their mixer as a send. Sounds great.
> But this is a pain, and I can’t change effects from the stage, so I’m thinking about a pedal or other small device to use like an insert. This will color the sound, I realize, so I wonder if anyone knows of a particularly clean one. I’m okay without huge programming capability — some good presets with a few adjustable parameters would be fine. Do not need looper, do not need harmonizer, do not need auto-tune (blech!). Does something this simple even exist?
> I see a TC Helicon Single R1 that does ONLY reverb. That’s TOO simple.
> — Amy
> Amy X Neuburg