Donner Harmonic Square Guitar Pedal Review by Steve Stine

If you are looking for an inexpensive and cool sounding pedal to create interesting harmonies and octaves, have a look at the Donner Harmonic Square Pedal.

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Comments

Edgard Ucha says:

Can 3rds be done? Thanks

Rat says:

can you make more lessons about licks we can use in our ways? Thanks

pinochet pilot #666 says:

when doing reviews would it be possible for you to play a repetitive lick which you play faster and faster so we can see the point at which the pedal has trouble “tracking”? (for pedals where this becomes a problem).

Chelonia Mydas says:

Seems like the perfect pedal for a prog rock/metal band to do some stuff with

Sci Fi ambiance also comes to mind

Joel Nicholas says:

so you can use this as a drop pedal if you turn the dry off? something like the digitech drop?

Jeremy James says:

Would this work for chords on acoustics? I’d love to be able to change the ‘tuning’ of my guitar a half step or 2 either way to avoid capo-ing the hell out of it or wasting time between songs to tune during gigs. Looking to fatten up my acoustic sound as well – any ideas there, Steve? The Mimiq isn’t quite doing it. I have a partner in my live duo who plays drums so my sound gets thin and weak. Any help would be appreciated!

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