No compromise Guitar FX & Amp tones

The guitar section of VoiceLive 3 rivals even the most pristine pedal boards – thanks to legendary effects from TC Electronic® like Flashback Delay, Hall of Fame Reverb, Corona Chorus, and Vortex Flanger. And you can also choose just the perfect amp emulation from vintage British to classic American.

Watch Guitar power at work

You thought we rocked with vocal effects? VoiceLive 3 is equally awesome with Guitar – just look under the hood with Tom Lang in this video overview...


Guitar FX Highlights

  • TC Electronic TonePrint™ FX Styles & Great Tone Classics
  • NEW Talk Box, Rhythmic, Octaver, Wah and Compressor
  • Convenient preset FX styles OR customize at willl
  • Acoustic guitar styles with BodyRez™ shapes
  • Guitar chords automatically guide Harmony & more
  • Fast & accurate guitar tuner
  • HIT button to turn on multiple FX

Creative choice

What can you change in the guitar and amp presets? Here’s an example: The Amp effect not only simulates physical amplifiers, but also provides controls for EQ, Gain, Tube/Transistor simulation and speaker emulation. The level of EQ control in the Amp block is huge, providing controls for both the pre-gain and post-gain stage parametric EQ – something that most real-world amplifiers don’t offer. We’re talking about crazy deep customization —same goes for all of the guitar effects. Don’t be ashamed of your sonic obsessions. They can all come true.

Included Guitar & Amp FX


Amp2x12 Combo
AmpCali Clean
AmpBright Switch
Amp4x12 Crunch
AmpChime Drive
AmpChunky Brit
AmpDeep Clean
AmpClean Brit
AmpLittle Thing
AmpLil Champion
AmpNasal Tone
AmpOD Pedal
AmpUK Clean
AmpTC Dark Matter


Any effect that provides overdrive, distortion or filter falls under Transducer effects. You’ll find effects like Megaphone, Radio, Amplifier Emulation and more here.

For more information on Transducers see: Wikipedia Transducer and Distortion: Wikipedia Distortion

DriveStyle Boost
DriveStyle Drive


Also known as Echo, delay repeats the input sound in various ways, from single “taps” to multiple panned asynchronous repeats.

Often, delay is mistaken for reverb in a song. It’s typical in a recording to use a small amount of both delay and reverb to create the desired spatial effect.

For more information on the technical aspects of reverb, see: Wikipedia Delay

DelayDotted 1/8
DelayEdge-y Mod
DelayMultitap 2
DelayPing Pong


Short for Reverberation, reverb simulates an acoustic space like a concert hall or a bathroom.

Typically, slower songs use longer reverb and faster songs use shorter reverb.

For more information on the technical aspects of reverb, see: Wikipedia Reverberation

ReverbHall Of Fame
ReverbAlmost Slap
ReverbAmbient Scatter
ReverbBasketball Court
ReverbBouncy Room
ReverbBright & Lively
ReverbDark Bloom
ReverbDark Chamber
ReverbDome Chapel
ReverbDark Room
ReverbHockey Arena
ReverbIndoor Arena
ReverbMicrospace Slap
ReverbLong Bright Mod
ReverbMusic Club
ReverbSnappy Room
ReverbShower Stall
ReverbSt. Joseph Church
ReverbStudio Room
ReverbWool Ambience


Compressors are used to control dynamic range in musical material.

Essentially, you’re reducing the difference between the loudest and softest levels, which provides more even sounding output.

For vocals, it’s extremely common to use high levels of compression on a lead track, so that every word can be clearly heard over the music. When taken to extremes, compression can “hype” the sound, creating an effect unto itself.

When related to guitar, compression provides enhanced sustain and attack. Combined with overdrive/distortion effects, you can create very even sounding rhythm or solo sounds.

For more information on Compression see: Wikipedia Dynamic Range Compression

CompressionSubtle Sustain
CompressionSubtle Tube


WahClassic Wah
WahWah Touch


µMod, pronounced “micro mod” contains effects that chorus, flange or otherwise modulate the signal. These effects can range from subtle to extreme.

For more information on Chorus see: Wikipedia Chorus Effect and Flanging: Wikipedia Flanging Effect

µModCorona Chorus
µModFast Rotor
µModSilky Detune


OctaverFifth Up
Octaver4th Down
OctaverOctave Down
OctaverOctave Up


Remember Max Headroom from the 80’s with his stutter-y, jerky speech patterns? That’s the kind of effect you can re-create with the Rhythmic effect. You can chop and cut your voice to create very interesting patterns and repeats.

There’s also a sampler available to take a tiny slice of vocals and put it through the wringer.

Rhythmic is the kind of effect that, when used sparingly, can have a huge wow factor in a performance.

RhythmicSoft Panner
RhythmicHard Panner

The unbeatable guitar road kit

The FX smorgasbord only starts with the TonePrint effects styles. If you’re a seeker of sounds, you’ll be blown away by the options.   It’s loaded with great tone classics such as wah, octave, tremolo, and more. Did we mention that Guitar chords automatically guide vocal Harmony, HardTune, and Synth effects?

Bodyrez™ for acoustic guitar

More of an acoustic player? VoiceLive 3 will optimize the sound of an electro-acoustic guitar with ground-breaking BodyRezTM. Carefully placed filters and fast acting compression combine to reduce “piezo-quack”, making your amplified guitar sound like the beautiful full-bodied instrument it is. Dial in as much or as little BodyRez as you need and use the handy EQ controls to fine-tune the dynamics of your sound.

Guitar & headphone cable

VoiceLive 3 comes with a specially designed combination Guitar & Headphone Cable too! This is a revelation if you use in ear headphones because it combines your guitar and headphone lines into one slim cable so you have ample freedom to move while you groove.

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