Singer's Stompbox Ships

Boss are shipping the VE-20 Vocal Performer with effects designed specifically for the vocalist      17/12/09

Singer's Stompbox Ships


Boss tell us that they are now shipping the VE-20 Vocal Performer twin-pedal stompbox, designed to bring quality effects processing to the performing vocalist . Here's what they have to say about it...
The new, easy-to-use VE-20 has been designed from the ground up for singers and features some of the finest vocal-effects technology on the market. The VE-20 is ideal for all types of vocal expression, including traditional singing, narration, and beat boxing.
The VE-20 comes with all the effects you need to add unique flair to your vocal performance. With the click of a footswitch, lush vocal doubling and harmonies, real-time pitch correction, delay, reverb, limiting, and special effects -- such as Distortion, Robot, Chromatic, Radio, and Strobe -- can be added. Layers and loops can also be created in real time with the onboard Phrase Looper.
The tough BOSS construction of the VE-20, as well as its ability to run for hours on six AA batteries, makes the VE-20 the ultimate portable pedal for vocalists. With stereo XLR outputs, 1/4" and XLR inputs, and a simple user interface, the VE-20 is perfect for serious live-performance or recording.
"More and more bands are incorporating vocal effects into their live and studio performances," says Paul Youngblood, President of BOSS U.S. "We're pleased to bring high quality BOSS effects to vocal performers everywhere."
Pricing and Availability:
The VE-20 is now shipping with an MSRP of $343.50.
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