Shoeman is one of the coolest, rarest, and most sought effects pedals ever made. This absolute unit of pure genius is full of more options than any pedal probably should have. An analog harmonizer that turns your input signal into a square wave and then launches it through a multiplier and divider that adds intervals to your note, sending your signal into the far reaches of space and beyond.
This crazy analog fuzz harmonizer turns your guitar or any other instrument into a badass chord machine that allows control over each voice independently with specific knobs. Plus, the Looptrack control lets you decide just how accurately it follows your playing. And the best part? The controls are super interactive with each other, making for some seriously cool sound experimentation.
I’ve been playing around with mine ever since it was created, and let me tell you, this thing has limitless potential. I mean, with 14 potentiometers and 16 switches, you can create an infinite amount of sounds and chord combinations. And the best part is, the more you play with it, the more you discover just how versatile it is. It’s like a never-ending journey of sound exploration; the possibilities are truly endless.
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