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Bass Multi-Effect from Vox .

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  • SPKLSPKL

    Super-versatile!

    Vox StompLab IIBPublished on 03/26/13 at 06:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    8 types of possible effects:
    Amp simulation, Overdrive / Disto / Fuzz, Equalizer, Modulation (Flanger, Chorus, Phaser ...), delay, reverb, noise gate.

    all configurations and combinations are savable in 20 presets for the user. There are already hundreds of preconfigured effects, selected according to their style (Rock, Funk, Jazz, Dance ...)

    an audio input, an audio output (jack).

    UTILIZATION

    The interface is simple as in most small multi-effects, there are few buttons and grip takes a little while, but the manual is clear!

    Anyway we can firstly be satisfied with the factory presets, very complete.

    SOUND QUALITY

    effects are bluffing, the low distos are extre…
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    8 types of possible effects:
    Amp simulation, Overdrive / Disto / Fuzz, Equalizer, Modulation (Flanger, Chorus, Phaser ...), delay, reverb, noise gate.

    all configurations and combinations are savable in 20 presets for the user. There are already hundreds of preconfigured effects, selected according to their style (Rock, Funk, Jazz, Dance ...)

    an audio input, an audio output (jack).

    UTILIZATION

    The interface is simple as in most small multi-effects, there are few buttons and grip takes a little while, but the manual is clear!

    Anyway we can firstly be satisfied with the factory presets, very complete.

    SOUND QUALITY

    effects are bluffing, the low distos are extremely effective! Many effects are standard and fulfill their task. The sound quality is really there!

    Notable features:
    - The presence of effects of very good quality hard to find single pedal (or expensive) as a Ring Modulation, a simple filter or automatic (triggered by the attack).
    - The ability to assign most of the parameters to the expression pedal, which offers opportunities for game quite friendly: Live modulate the speed of a phaser (getting a wobble striking!), Control the volume of a Pitch Shifter to add straights when you want ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought a few days ago. I already tested on my Vox modeling amp, this is what I wanted to find pedal version.

    What I like the most:
    Effects somewhat singular variety of presets, sound equipment, sound quality, expression pedal ...

    What I like least: The expression pedal is still two times smaller than a standard wah. Combinations of buttons are not obvious.
    We could blame the lack of built-in synthesizer.
    And multi-effect puts many of my other pedals unemployed!

    Value impeccable, it seems.

    I would do this choice without hesitation, especially because Stomplab very effectively replaces some of my pedals (the distos the wah, Bassballs of the EHX ...)
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