Zoom is company once reknowned for low-end multi-FX pedals, usually used by bedroom guitarists. While they have made products in the high-end field and in digital recording, most guitarists on ground level will associate the brand with the likes of the 505 series pedal: which ... Read review
New Drive sounds featuring state-of-the-art ZFX modeling technology Easy operation - even ... more
design your own tones Xtreme Artist Patches - simulates sounds of rock legends past and present Tube Amp Modeling - rich harmonics of distortion specific to various types of tube amps 54 studio quality effects - Compressor Wah Drive EQ ZNR Modulation Delay Reverb and many more Drum machine with PCM sound sources - 40 rhythm variations Easy to carry in a gig bag Ultra low noise design on a par with studio equipment 12 hours continuous operation from 4 AA batteries Can be powered with an AC power adaptor Dimensions D x W x H 155 x 136 x 52 mm Weight without batteries 350g
Three stomps one pedal Evolution of tube amp simulation Super-real amp modelling 94 ... more
stompbox models The newest generation of DSP ZFX-IV Looper function with 40-seconf phrase recordingoverdubbing USB audio interface for DAW recording 100 versatile effects on-board Integrated drum machine Balanced XLR output for DI use Output modes for stage or studio Accurate real-time tuner function Worlds fastest patch change speed 1ms 6 hours continuous operation from 4 AA batteries Can be powered with an AC power adaptor or USB Dimensions D x W x H 170 x 234 x 54 mm Weight without batteries 1.2kg Zooms G3 Guitar Effects and Amp Simulator combines the ease of a stompbox pedalboard with the power of a multi-effects processor and USB audio interface. With complete control over individual effects and amp modelling you can change your tones on the fly for both stage and studio.
Guitar Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal Zoom┬'s G3 Guitar Effects and Amp Simulator combines ... more
the ease of a stompbox pedalboard with the power of a multi-effects processor and USB audio interface. With complete control over individual effects and amp modeling, you can change your tones on the fly in both stage and studio settings.
A large selection of effects, extremely customisable, solid metal build, many inputs/outputs
Some effects sound too "digital", effects often become muddy, need MIDI interface to update
"...low-end pedals during the 1990's, Zoom have taken a new direction in recent years, and nowhere is this more evident than with the sleeker-looking G* series; which features both the '''G7.1ut''' and its big brother, the '''G9.2tt'''.
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Long gone are the flimsy switches, plastic casing and fragile lead inputs from days of old, and in come some hardy footswitches, a tough metal case and solid inputs that won't fail as easily as their descendants. ..."
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