Advantages A large selection of effects, extremely customisable, solid metal build, many inputs/outputs
Disadvantages Some effects sound too "digital", effects often become muddy, need MIDI interface to update
The Background 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 was undoubtedly designed for the bedroom player. Seemingly springboarding off of the success of their 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 ...