Battery Pitching Machine
The programming is not complicated, just choose the position of the effect, then shoot a Potar to select the effect and its setting. The resulting sounds are good bills better than Korg AX3G. Readily obtained what we want. There is no effect useless gadget, but many effects sonnnent. Compared to the Korg AX3G I find it more natural, with effects less caricatured. Programming is simple, it is true that there are fewer settings than the Korg is a real gas plant. But I prefer less of settings I can use quickly rather than something that takes two to adjust weights. More, the drum machine (40 beats). Do not expect to replace a drummer, or use a component. But only to repeat, it is convenient and fun than the ticking of a metronome. No sound is really bad there is just someone really unnecessary and unworkable. Then the best there is in the simulation of the appropriate peavey 5150 after removing the delay was more than perfect my playing style (hardcore punk) and for the clean use most often vox AC30TBX simulation. The more the sounds and the least bit to be the case is plastic but the price is not complaining just do not jump in with both feet. I had the Digitech RP200 that I find very good but the problem with the digitech and there is a dead time between switching patches so the group is not terrible. I will shortly be the case for the G2 stronger saw my movement on stage but that suits me I'm just careful not to hit too hard on it. no I got it yesterday and I already edited the patch so it's easy to say that Magnes (well you still have to look a little manual). Nothing to say above I use a ibanez 350dx (original) and it's frankly what good the sound can exit the pedal with a Peavey Valve King 8 (original), it includes a good range of sound (distortion are really not bad, I abandoned my boss ds-1). Bin I toured the pedal and is almost as good in the effects, good sound quality, I hesitate between an early krog ax-foo-trick came in range and I was right to take the zoom g1 otherwise provide for battery pitching machine (4 AA LR6). For simulations amp . . I must say that I could use for now (it is not long since I have it), the Peavey 5150 and the Hiwatt . . and especially with the HP calculator that is indeed a difference!. Personally I juggle with different materials (VST, POD XT, V-AMP 2 etc. . . ). But the Zoom defended well. Yes I could buy. Therm in sound quality, I tested everything, some effects are fairly difficult to use and I find the simulation of acoustic guitar not so convincing point or less. I found the various distortions of the overdrive has the big bass distortion (Metalzone, mesa) very clean, short for me is nickel: D. I use it for a month, I like everything about this little g1, I had previously tried the line6 uner metal distortion for the bass, I recognize it is doing too brilliantly. . . .