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DigiTech GNX3

Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar from DigiTech belonging to the GNX series.

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"DigiTech GNX3"

DigiTech GNX3Published on 02/17/04 at 15:00
i wanted an unit for some unique craetive sounds which i got at last. I paid 23,000/- Indian Rupees.

Really nice. A challenge to a composer to get any desired sound and improvise it as and when required.

Need more reverb

Excellent

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DigiTech GNX3Published on 11/05/03 at 15:00
I got this on sale at aguitar center for $450, because I wanted a versitile multi effects pedal for my practice amp.

If you really work with it, you can get some good sounds on it. it has a whole mess of effects and distortion types.

Some of the amp models really don't sound right, but you just have to use other one's. Volume is slightly lowered when you use the wah pedal.

IT pretty much a sturdy pedal, but it is made of plastic so i won't be dropping it all over the place.

If your just practicing at home with a smaller amp, this is an excellent pedal, but if you are really specific about tone, you are gonna have to buy non-multi-effect pedals.

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I got this on sale at aguitar center for $450, because I wanted a versitile multi effects pedal for my practice amp.

If you really work with it, you can get some good sounds on it. it has a whole mess of effects and distortion types.

Some of the amp models really don't sound right, but you just have to use other one's. Volume is slightly lowered when you use the wah pedal.

IT pretty much a sturdy pedal, but it is made of plastic so i won't be dropping it all over the place.

If your just practicing at home with a smaller amp, this is an excellent pedal, but if you are really specific about tone, you are gonna have to buy non-multi-effect pedals.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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DigiTech GNX3Published on 08/24/10 at 18:13
The DigiTech GNX3 Guitar Work Station is an in depth foot controlled effects box and eight channel recorder, designed for electric guitar. This is a digital effects processing box, with versatility extended beyond the guitar. As far as connections go, it's got an XLR input and output, a 1/4" input for your guitar, a set of stereo 1/4" outputs, a 1/8" CD input, a 1/4" headphone output, a MIDI input and output, a 1/4" footswitch and a lastly a S/PDIF output. It isn't rack mountable as it's a foot controlled work station.

UTILIZATION

Using the DigiTech GNX3 Guitar Work Station isn't too difficult, but it will definitely take a little bit of use to learn how to use all the ins and outs......
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The DigiTech GNX3 Guitar Work Station is an in depth foot controlled effects box and eight channel recorder, designed for electric guitar. This is a digital effects processing box, with versatility extended beyond the guitar. As far as connections go, it's got an XLR input and output, a 1/4" input for your guitar, a set of stereo 1/4" outputs, a 1/8" CD input, a 1/4" headphone output, a MIDI input and output, a 1/4" footswitch and a lastly a S/PDIF output. It isn't rack mountable as it's a foot controlled work station.

UTILIZATION

Using the DigiTech GNX3 Guitar Work Station isn't too difficult, but it will definitely take a little bit of use to learn how to use all the ins and outs of the workstation. There are five main stomp box buttons as well as two to scroll between the sounds and a programmable expression pedal. It then has a series of parameter controls for all of the different signal processors and effects. The other main section is for the eight track recorder. The manual should have everything you'd need to know about the GNX3, and is definitely something you should have around if you just got one.

SOUND QUALITY

The DigiTech GNX3 Guitar Work Station has an endless amount of different possibilities in terms of sounds, including effects for filtering, chorus, delay, reverb, equalization, and compressor, just to name a few. Pretty much if you can think of it, you can probably conjure something up to sound pretty close. I definitely like the reverb and modulation effects the best here, as I find them to be the most realistic. This is really the perfect box in theory to build a live show around, as you can instant access to each of the sounds that you use using presets and storing. The eight track recorder is also awesome to have because it allows you to come up with stuff on the spot by yourself. I find it to be a great writing tool. The effects in general aren't my favorite, but considering they're all in the same place, they sound good enough for most applications.

OVERALL OPINION

While I prefer to use individual processors rather than multi-effects in general, there's definitely something to be said for the DigiTech GNX3 Guitar Work Station. This is really a one stop shop for guitarists, as it has just about everything you'd ever need in a pedal. The price is definitely more than reasonable for something like this, but it's a trade off in that all of the effects are digital and aren't really effects I'd use in the studio. If you're looking for an all purpose guitar box, the GNX3 is definitely something you should check out.
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DigiTech GNX3Published on 05/20/04 at 02:57
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Ah well is enough to make his choice in terms of effects! Effects the most "basic" (but much tjrs utiliss) type chorus or distortion effects more "gadgets" like yaya, we have the most choix.De everything is ditable via PC software GenEdit ac.

Always in a rugged with a good finish is really DigiTech!

UTILIZATION

We can not be simpler, no need of even reading the manual. Good for APRS use it well it must be read but not essential. The edition of sounds is very simple via the matrix on the front.

As the manual is clear, whatever the language!

In addition to the site in perptuelle Aniam and sound community forum you can find everything: sounds, questions / rponses ...

SOUND......
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Ah well is enough to make his choice in terms of effects! Effects the most "basic" (but much tjrs utiliss) type chorus or distortion effects more "gadgets" like yaya, we have the most choix.De everything is ditable via PC software GenEdit ac.

Always in a rugged with a good finish is really DigiTech!

UTILIZATION

We can not be simpler, no need of even reading the manual. Good for APRS use it well it must be read but not essential. The edition of sounds is very simple via the matrix on the front.

As the manual is clear, whatever the language!

In addition to the site in perptuelle Aniam and sound community forum you can find everything: sounds, questions / rponses ...

SOUND QUALITY

The sounds are excellent! You could almost make it sound a shovel! it's true what they have done well the bte. Modlisation the amp is excellent, the formulations of pedals trs Fidler.
Nan no repeat the above.
We quickly found his drinking regardless of the effect. My preset solo I did in 5 minutes and since I touch more! But it can also be picky and have trs gniaux sounds (I made an electro-acoustic sound that almost makes me believe that my pov 'is a small folk piphone ...!)

OVERALL OPINION

I have been ending for a year I have and I find tjrs as well. I do not regret the choice.
Live like the house is excellent.
I use my 8-track recorder normment, pr compose, or make me a lil blues like ... it's really gnial as a function and not at all gadget ...

Even if it can Partre CHRE the purchase, use is excellent, and ultimately report qualitprix trs is good.
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  • Manufacturer: DigiTech
  • Model: GNX3
  • Series: GNX
  • Category: Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 04/18/2004

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