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Bass Multi-Effect from Korg belonging to the Pandora series.

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  • grungypeoplegrungypeople

    Korg PX4BPublished on 08/05/03 at 10:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a multi effects rather unusual to be attached to the strap of his bass ?????
    it has an input and an output jack and an input to. minijack

    UTILIZATION

    It is very easy to use, the effects are fully parameterizable

    SOUND QUALITY

    Fifty-identical effects Quazi, he is better suited to a guitar's low

    OVERALL OPINION

    A beautiful toy too for some sound quality
  • warrior slapeurwarrior slapeur

    Korg PX4BPublished on 07/11/04 at 10:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Many effects, drum nice, very useful amp configuration (especially for those with an amp with a fairly average ...)
    We still regret the lack of footswitch

    UTILIZATION

    appears at the beginning was hard but it is very instinctive and there are many poddibilits

    SOUND QUALITY

    Effects with a sound just right I think, very changeable parameter ...
    Some effects are completely useless but fun anyway ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Amp modeling very well
    Good effects
    Boite a satisfactory pace
    Be a little bit expensive ...
    Use of sene made possible but difficult thing about the lack of footswitch ...
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    Many effects, drum nice, very useful amp configuration (especially for those with an amp with a fairly average ...)
    We still regret the lack of footswitch

    UTILIZATION

    appears at the beginning was hard but it is very instinctive and there are many poddibilits

    SOUND QUALITY

    Effects with a sound just right I think, very changeable parameter ...
    Some effects are completely useless but fun anyway ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Amp modeling very well
    Good effects
    Boite a satisfactory pace
    Be a little bit expensive ...
    Use of sene made possible but difficult thing about the lack of footswitch ...
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  • DorienDorien

    Korg PX4BPublished on 09/06/05 at 16:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A lot of "stuff" available for such a small box.
    characteristics:
    https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/index, idfiche, 17605.html ( https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/index,idfiche,17605.html )

    UTILIZATION

    Manuel clear (the little I've read). In any case the use is fairly intuitive.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The most part of radical effects of the type Sci-Fi are very "funny" but irrelevant in my case. I plug in a deluxe one Jazzbass on the little box that I use as a preamp, as I used a little reverb, modeling of the drum machine as a metronome, the tuner. Very funny as the fixation on the strap, I may lack flexibility, but can not read the signs in this position, as to the …
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    A lot of "stuff" available for such a small box.
    characteristics:
    https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/index, idfiche, 17605.html ( https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/index,idfiche,17605.html )

    UTILIZATION

    Manuel clear (the little I've read). In any case the use is fairly intuitive.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The most part of radical effects of the type Sci-Fi are very "funny" but irrelevant in my case. I plug in a deluxe one Jazzbass on the little box that I use as a preamp, as I used a little reverb, modeling of the drum machine as a metronome, the tuner. Very funny as the fixation on the strap, I may lack flexibility, but can not read the signs in this position, as to the son who spent all ... For my part I prefer to fix the belt, finally, the idea from a good feeling.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 months on the road, with headphones when I am unable to plug in an amp. Then a Swiss Army knife. I've never used for anything other than personal daily work. It's a choice I do not regret for the services rendered, but the price is still excessive.
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