I tried it with my RP500 and Joyo American Sound FX chains, with the Fireball V and Bulletini mics, and it didn’t sound good with any of those setups. Eventually I tried it at the end of my current vocal chain: an SM58 mic into a Digitech RP30XP running a compressor, delay, and reverb, with a low octave double under expression pedal control.
That worked. You can hear that chain on this loop recording. The beatbox rhythm is through the SM58 into the RP360XP; the bass and rhythm harmonica parts are courtesy of the RP500; the lead is through the SM58 and RP360XP into the Sunth9.
Enjoy. The audio was recorded live into my Zoom H4. I normalized the level afterwards; otherwise there is no post-recording audio processing.
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