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Zoom B3

Bass Amp Simulator from Zoom belonging to the B series.

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raph.bass raph.bass

«  Good tool »

Published on 07/13/13 at 08:20
111 effects and different amp simulations.
All editable computer using the supplied software and USB cable
Any digital
Connection standard: In jack, Out L and R jack, DI out, USB, etc..

UTILIZATION

Usage is very simple. The direct access to the settings buttons make great settings. The manual is comprehensive and clear, even if the grip can be done without.

SOUND QUALITY

Effects, without equaling analog effects are good.
There are not too many superfluous, everything is still very usable.
I use it as a multi-effects with an amp behind or direct connection to a console with an amp simulator.
In any case I'm happy.

OVERALL OPINION

Used for a few months now.
Not worth analog effects but I was tired of lugging two Pedalboards 15kg each and it does very well the job.
The DI is quiet and quite usable live.
In the studio is still better keep your favorite analogue effects, but for live it is very convenient.
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