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  • TC Electronic G-NaturalPublished on 10/23/12 at 14:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    There's just about anything that you need for a guitar sound ....
    Delay, reverb, chorus, vibrato etc ...
    It is digital but good ....

    UTILIZATION

    Good manual I did not open for the time I used the factory presets ... it's me going, but I'll have tweaked a couple of odds and ends ...
    I can not find the practice pressing two switches up or down.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are very good, the sound ... this is the highlight of the beast ... excellent.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it to break the monotony of the guitar sound on the length of the book, because my amp effects were not large enough.
    I tried a zoom ... yuck ... being the owner of a VL2 I again trusted TC and I do......
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    There's just about anything that you need for a guitar sound ....
    Delay, reverb, chorus, vibrato etc ...
    It is digital but good ....

    UTILIZATION

    Good manual I did not open for the time I used the factory presets ... it's me going, but I'll have tweaked a couple of odds and ends ...
    I can not find the practice pressing two switches up or down.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are very good, the sound ... this is the highlight of the beast ... excellent.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it to break the monotony of the guitar sound on the length of the book, because my amp effects were not large enough.
    I tried a zoom ... yuck ... being the owner of a VL2 I again trusted TC and I do not regret it, even if the price is high ... I got to 'occaz and not worry for now ...
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  • TC Electronic G-NaturalPublished on 06/21/08 at 17:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    If you want dtails techniques on the machine, simply go to the TC Electronic website, I just speak from my exprience with this pdalier.

    Originally it was Yamaha specially in multi-effects pdaliers dedicated to acoustic guitars.
    Tc Electronic G Natural brought with offering his stone (finally) a MODEL premium.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration a breeze.
    Manuel consquent.
    RAS

    SOUND QUALITY

    For the first time in my life I find myself with a gas factory presets are all useable rglage subtleties, not boiled sound transparency.
    I use it with guitar dreadnough / Jumbo, lap steel and mandolin.
    Perfect.

    For voice, I plug an SM 58 and it is impeccable.
    The 48 v phantom power is a......
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    If you want dtails techniques on the machine, simply go to the TC Electronic website, I just speak from my exprience with this pdalier.

    Originally it was Yamaha specially in multi-effects pdaliers dedicated to acoustic guitars.
    Tc Electronic G Natural brought with offering his stone (finally) a MODEL premium.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration a breeze.
    Manuel consquent.
    RAS

    SOUND QUALITY

    For the first time in my life I find myself with a gas factory presets are all useable rglage subtleties, not boiled sound transparency.
    I use it with guitar dreadnough / Jumbo, lap steel and mandolin.
    Perfect.

    For voice, I plug an SM 58 and it is impeccable.
    The 48 v phantom power is a good option.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Most:
    Finally the high-end stuff in this family of pdalier
    Pdalier small and robust
    Pdalier Rack
    Important connections
    transparency effects
    On both the voice for acoustic instrumentals
    A 2-pin power cable is better than dirt onreux transformer and heavy.

    The -:

    It's good but it's expensive
    Difficult to find Used
    Sometimes the screen will rule and will not Get You Started and is ncessaire to unplug and reconnect the pdalier, may be should the updater to solve the problem .
    Ms. preset for voice and guitar but was not RVer.
    On an electric (tl and 3 / 4 jazz is not at all).

    Rsultat:
    I Dornava n'achte than the TC ELECTRONIC adores me and my banker.

    Cheers & Keep on groovin '
    Gal
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  • TC Electronic G-NaturalPublished on 07/04/08 at 07:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Refer to the manual in French on the website Tc electronics https://www.tcelectronic.com/G-NaturalManuals.asp

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is fairly simple. The editing sounds (there's already a preset bank stored) is also easy, just follow your playlist.
    Example: 01A-I love Audiofanzine - 01B - The home studio is fantastic ...

    The French manual is very clear.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I play with a tackamine, and the effects are quite realistic. Remember that we are on a dedicated multi-effects for acoustic guitars.

    My preference is to Subtle Acoustic or Slap bass (I would check the names of the presets ...).
    I suggest you also make you an Excel spreadsheet with the names of the......
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    Refer to the manual in French on the website Tc electronics https://www.tcelectronic.com/G-NaturalManuals.asp

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is fairly simple. The editing sounds (there's already a preset bank stored) is also easy, just follow your playlist.
    Example: 01A-I love Audiofanzine - 01B - The home studio is fantastic ...

    The French manual is very clear.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I play with a tackamine, and the effects are quite realistic. Remember that we are on a dedicated multi-effects for acoustic guitars.

    My preference is to Subtle Acoustic or Slap bass (I would check the names of the presets ...).
    I suggest you also make you an Excel spreadsheet with the names of the factory presets, just to remember them, so as not to look unnecessarily and worse to say that this effect is multi-nase, because n ' is, in my view, not the case.

    Here too, if you go through a customization with your own presets and your own sounds, free to you. Again, I advise you to write everything down on paper (I know it's tedious but healthy) as if by a storm at a festival in pimpousse baths to 300 people, the pedal does not charge you more stored presets, you may experience a bad time.

    The sound quality is at the appointment. Personally, I use the presets already understand, and after a little more practice, I will create my own settings.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had two months.

    the +: I appreciate the ease of adjustment, the sounds. Having tried on stage, being alone without zicos, it allowed me to have multiple sounds is to avoid the perennial "is what you do, but it's always the same sound, or" not bad, but it lacks support. "

    the -: a slight fear, in concert, the pedal got stuck on the display screen. After several resets (it was setting up, before starting the first song), the beast is distributed as 40, with my playlist stored.

    Other models tested: the Zoom A21u yes, it is green, and its sounds blah. A bad surprise, the earnings gaps in full concert, it's not very good pro.

    Price / quality: it thickens, Germany, France and € 629 count (it is up to € 799). I got it in the United States for almost half the price.

    With experience, yes I would do this choice. Because in my config: alone on stage, playing in bars without sondier, I am more than plug, and the concert begins.
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  • good stuff but not up to the doc

    TC Electronic G-NaturalPublished on 02/05/11 at 22:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Multi-effects for acoustic guitar (electro). Ergonomics well thought out. Settings easily accessible. Direct access to Reverb / Delay / Modulation / Compression. Appreciable boost. 3 sections of accessible presets foot (excellent). Choice of banks to set foot. Input Line / Instrument or Mic / Instrument. Effect of compression or EQ on adjustable Instru (I) or micro (M). Many output (stereo out via 2 jacks) Midi, Micro etc.. No "switch" on / off "(it's painful!) No XLR DI out (not that great either)
    No access external PC. Using simple

    UTILIZATION

    I find and access available pretty well designed.
    For cons the "EQ" is not very friendly, must tinker to find the right fit, there is no......
    Read more
    Multi-effects for acoustic guitar (electro). Ergonomics well thought out. Settings easily accessible. Direct access to Reverb / Delay / Modulation / Compression. Appreciable boost. 3 sections of accessible presets foot (excellent). Choice of banks to set foot. Input Line / Instrument or Mic / Instrument. Effect of compression or EQ on adjustable Instru (I) or micro (M). Many output (stereo out via 2 jacks) Midi, Micro etc.. No "switch" on / off "(it's painful!) No XLR DI out (not that great either)
    No access external PC. Using simple

    UTILIZATION

    I find and access available pretty well designed.
    For cons the "EQ" is not very friendly, must tinker to find the right fit, there is no clearly defined settings such as "HIGH, MID, LOW Adjustments" is a little hassle. .. Especially since the doc does not give examples of adjustment (for any of the settings there ...)
    Level modulation is somewhat similar. The watchword is "sie sich demerden" because the doc is poor even if it throws its coils ...
    The presets are not even listed in the manual. While some manufacturers are usually a table summarizing the presets with their settings and what they are ... Doc So very perfect. Sound quality

    SOUND QUALITY

    indisputable especially on a stereo system (PA). The only drawback is that you either plug in two jacks on the sound system left right (it adds the cable) or through an adapter 2 Plugs to XLR and attention should then trigger the signal attenuation on the input XLR amplification system ...
    Level of modulation I like the "detune" which approximates the "chorus" but typed but a chorus. on the other hand in the settings below 7 for setting a voice I think there is more effect ... In any case it should again remind all set points (voic1, voic2, dly1, dly2) are not included in the documentation, there is no tutorial that explains the impact of any effect c is heavy ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    After 1 week of use, I managed somehow to make myself a small series of effects that I like my faith well.
    I regret that the doc is so insignificant, it is unworthy of TC Electronic. I also find it lacks a general switch and a DI output out.
    Otherwise the quality is undeniable and feel really well thought out.
    Without common comparison in terms of ease of access I can hold out that BOSS AD5 (dating now) competes fairly well in terms of sound quality although there is no tremolo or flanger, reverb and chorus but also and more good at the outlets and the doc did not AD5 to fade ... This is not the same use but you may say I speak in sound quality and access control. If I had to put a note I would put 9 / 10 for sound quality, 9 / 10 for usability, 5 / 10 for the size, 5 / 10 for the connection and 4 / 10 for instructions. From
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  • good stuff but not up to the doc

    TC Electronic G-NaturalPublished on 02/05/11 at 22:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Multi-effects for acoustic guitar (electro). Ergonomics well thought out. Settings easily accessible. Direct access to Reverb / Delay / Modulation / Compression. Appreciable boost. 3 sections of accessible presets foot (excellent). Choice of banks to set foot. Input Line / Instrument or Mic / Instrument. Effect of compression or EQ on adjustable Instru (I) or micro (M). Many output (stereo out via 2 jacks) Midi, Micro etc.. No "switch" on / off "(it's painful!) No XLR DI out (not that great either)
    No access external PC. Using simple

    UTILIZATION

    I find and access available pretty well designed.
    For cons the "EQ" is not very friendly, must tinker to find the right fit, there is no......
    Read more
    Multi-effects for acoustic guitar (electro). Ergonomics well thought out. Settings easily accessible. Direct access to Reverb / Delay / Modulation / Compression. Appreciable boost. 3 sections of accessible presets foot (excellent). Choice of banks to set foot. Input Line / Instrument or Mic / Instrument. Effect of compression or EQ on adjustable Instru (I) or micro (M). Many output (stereo out via 2 jacks) Midi, Micro etc.. No "switch" on / off "(it's painful!) No XLR DI out (not that great either)
    No access external PC. Using simple

    UTILIZATION

    I find and access available pretty well designed.
    For cons the "EQ" is not very friendly, must tinker to find the right fit, there is no clearly defined settings such as "HIGH, MID, LOW Adjustments" is a little hassle. .. Especially since the doc does not give examples of adjustment (for any of the settings there ...)
    Level modulation is somewhat similar. The watchword is "sie sich demerden" because the doc is poor even if it throws its coils ...
    The presets are not even listed in the manual. While some manufacturers are usually a table summarizing the presets with their settings and what they are ... Doc So very perfect. Sound quality

    SOUND QUALITY

    indisputable especially on a stereo system (PA). The only drawback is that you either plug in two jacks on the sound system left right (it adds the cable) or through an adapter 2 Plugs to XLR and attention should then trigger the signal attenuation on the input XLR amplification system ...
    Level of modulation I like the "detune" which approximates the "chorus" but typed but a chorus. on the other hand in the settings below 7 for setting a voice I think there is more effect ... In any case it should again remind all set points (voic1, voic2, dly1, dly2) are not included in the documentation, there is no tutorial that explains the impact of any effect c is heavy ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    After 1 week of use, I managed somehow to make myself a small series of effects that I like my faith well.
    I regret that the doc is so insignificant, it is unworthy of TC Electronic. I also find it lacks a general switch and a DI output out.
    Otherwise the quality is undeniable and feel really well thought out.
    Without common comparison in terms of ease of access I can hold out that BOSS AD5 (dating now) competes fairly well in terms of sound quality although there is no tremolo or flanger, reverb and chorus but also and more good at the outlets and the doc did not AD5 to fade ... This is not the same use but you may say I speak in sound quality and access control. If I had to put a note I would put 9 / 10 for sound quality, 9 / 10 for usability, 5 / 10 for the size, 5 / 10 for the connection and 4 / 10 for instructions. From
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