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Ibanez UE-300
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Ibanez UE-300

Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the UE series.

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Ibanez UE-300Published on 12/05/06 at 02:35
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UTILIZATION

Simple configuration, the compressor offers new possibilities to the tube scraemer and chorus.
No need for manual, simply turn the knobs patiently, trying to find her.
I do not have tons of effects on my guitar, I prefer the natural, or even connect directly to the amp a good character and play with the pots. Ideal for me, so.
Used with a wah wah (cry baby, it's with Conference!)

SOUND QUALITY

What I like most is that this pedal does not alter the sound of the amp. I tried it on a Fender Deluxe, another weird hybrid (combo Roland GA60 head and Fender cabinets, and a Carlsbro lead. There are sound with no problem. The bypass is nickel.
For a......
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Already said.

UTILIZATION

Simple configuration, the compressor offers new possibilities to the tube scraemer and chorus.
No need for manual, simply turn the knobs patiently, trying to find her.
I do not have tons of effects on my guitar, I prefer the natural, or even connect directly to the amp a good character and play with the pots. Ideal for me, so.
Used with a wah wah (cry baby, it's with Conference!)

SOUND QUALITY

What I like most is that this pedal does not alter the sound of the amp. I tried it on a Fender Deluxe, another weird hybrid (combo Roland GA60 head and Fender cabinets, and a Carlsbro lead. There are sound with no problem. The bypass is nickel.
For a vintage well, this is ideal, it makes fishing impossible, in short, a good old trick as it no longer made.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about a month.
What I love is the analogue of the beast, it really changes lives. Another thing, this thing is apparently indestructible, mine has a couple of decades, lots of live, the entire carcass is rotten, but it works great. if you want a pedal for life ...
What I like least is the chorus, simply because I am not a fan of chorus, which is nevertheless excellent. I would have preferred a phaser.

I also have a Korg AX1 Toneworks for the distortion, there's no photo. I also have a boss analog chorus, but as I said, me and the chorus ....
And then ... I have been loaned, given me already and we want to buy it (a professional guitarist studio ...), but now, that one, I keep it for me!
Otherwise, agree with the surcotage of this pedal, the price really made me jump.
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Ibanez UE-300Published on 09/03/09 at 01:45
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3 effects:
Compressor, tube screamer, chorus.
Analog only.
Editable? Three effects, three knobs for the compressor: attack time, compression threshold, level.
For the tube screamer, 3 knobs: gain, Tone Volume, the chorus, the depth and speed.
It is a pdalier: Each has an effect pedals, said pedals plus a master, to bypass all in one kick (not rackmount)
Connections: between a jack, an output because the chorus is stro stro, plus a loop to add an effect.
The power supply is internal, just plug in the sector.

UTILIZATION

The config is simple, has both 3 pedals in one, it really is a multi effects compared to current gas plants? Editing is simple, too, are explored by......
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3 effects:
Compressor, tube screamer, chorus.
Analog only.
Editable? Three effects, three knobs for the compressor: attack time, compression threshold, level.
For the tube screamer, 3 knobs: gain, Tone Volume, the chorus, the depth and speed.
It is a pdalier: Each has an effect pedals, said pedals plus a master, to bypass all in one kick (not rackmount)
Connections: between a jack, an output because the chorus is stro stro, plus a loop to add an effect.
The power supply is internal, just plug in the sector.

UTILIZATION

The config is simple, has both 3 pedals in one, it really is a multi effects compared to current gas plants? Editing is simple, too, are explored by turning knobs and sailing. So we can save sounds by writing the values ​​of the knobs on paper! C roots, but not aimed at fans with full effect.
I have no manual. No need.

SOUND QUALITY

It took me a while before we know rgler the compressor. I did not understand what was served. Once we understand the basics of compression, it s'avre simple, effective.

The chorus is beautiful trs. It's impressive, period. And I have not had the opportunity to taste in Stereo! I tried it in stereo, it's really beautiful.

The tube screamer. It may be garish ts (as the name suggests) is I often Tone ("tone") at its lowest. But it really brings a dynamic saturation, which n'crase not sound. That's rock, mtal, abstain. EDIT: I tried with other guitars, in fact it is a good tube screamer. With humbuckers, the sound is obtained crucnh trs enjoyable.

Wholesale rather than multi effects I would say that it is a perfect pedals to find two or three sounds (with a clear chorus, saturated with a screamer and a compress for casseroles). And a ring. Trs's good analogue, with a nice size.

The more I play it the more I like.

OVERALL OPINION

I have nearly a decade, bought used. I love the chorus, and the ability to bypass or not the three pedals at once.
I like the tube screamer least, although it is also a question of era as when I bought it I did not use strictly as a! [edit, i love again, like what]
Quality report huge price because I bought a mouth of bread (it just DCON I had to change a power jack).

I bought a ue400, history of having the phaser is going well and you can change the order of effects.
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Ibanez UE-300Published on 08/20/08 at 03:20
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Already mentioned above, but important: the device has an external effects loop between the tube screamer and the chorus. Which is not bad to insert a delay, a volume pedal, etc ... So as to review the previous article on the order of effects! It may very well attack the chorus before the compressor / saturation, although it don not any interest in truth.

UTILIZATION

Three pedals in series there's no simple ... bypass with a general (also acts on the outer loop).

SOUND QUALITY

Compressor: no complaints! tube screamer: good but lacks a bit of saturation (I assume that the compressor was placed upstream to add the missed dose during the solos ...). Can be improved by changing the......
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Already mentioned above, but important: the device has an external effects loop between the tube screamer and the chorus. Which is not bad to insert a delay, a volume pedal, etc ... So as to review the previous article on the order of effects! It may very well attack the chorus before the compressor / saturation, although it don not any interest in truth.

UTILIZATION

Three pedals in series there's no simple ... bypass with a general (also acts on the outer loop).

SOUND QUALITY

Compressor: no complaints! tube screamer: good but lacks a bit of saturation (I assume that the compressor was placed upstream to add the missed dose during the solos ...). Can be improved by changing the drive 500k pot with a 1M, which I did successfully! Chorus: a little "too much" for my taste in mono, for against, makes all its splendor in stereo! There is still a bit much but I always preferred the Ibanez Boss chorus.

OVERALL OPINION

Most: versatility (connectors)

the least: the sound of the chorus (a BBD delay instead would have been much better!)

In short, if you can find secondhand around the € 100 (price at which I had), do not hesitate to buy it! Otherwise, a config with three separate effects Ibanez themselves or others may be a better option for those that require little effect.
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Ibanez UE-300Published on 12/22/09 at 19:20
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Everything has already been said previously by my colleagues Zikos.

UTILIZATION

Ultra simple, with, admittedly, some problems in effectively adjust the compression (see <span class="reviewAuthor">mgoussu</span> ( ../../../../membres/a.play,u.10784.html ) ).
I use it for 3 years now (over the net fell to 50 €, yes, there are still bargains to be found).

It is well worth much cranksets on the market (especially with prices of crap 'cause there is a lamp inside) if you want a simple and powerful (comp and slight distortion and chorus incredible sustain on the lamp) that the character, just analog transistors there 30 years ago.

SOUND QUALITY

Associated with a head of winston......
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Everything has already been said previously by my colleagues Zikos.

UTILIZATION

Ultra simple, with, admittedly, some problems in effectively adjust the compression (see <span class="reviewAuthor">mgoussu</span> ( ../../../../membres/a.play,u.10784.html ) ).
I use it for 3 years now (over the net fell to 50 €, yes, there are still bargains to be found).

It is well worth much cranksets on the market (especially with prices of crap 'cause there is a lamp inside) if you want a simple and powerful (comp and slight distortion and chorus incredible sustain on the lamp) that the character, just analog transistors there 30 years ago.

SOUND QUALITY

Associated with a head of winston 1974 (200watts Echolette all lamps of course, if you do not know c normal, I prepared a note on this amp is absolutely stunning (when it is hot!)) And a cabinet ampeg SVT410HE I find the sound of TubeScreamer perfect fan of grunge, rock, seventies or even metal to the highest level (dsl <span class="reviewAuthor">mgoussu ( ../../../../membres/a.play,u.10784.html ) but you were wrong <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="" /></span> ) This pedal (the first of her generation I think) is admirable.

OVERALL OPINION

Try it in stereo chorus and you'll know what I mean, the sound envelops you for not becoming one with you. Ideal for the scene, but the nightmare of sound engineers, if they do not know their job hehe <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="" /> .

AH yes, I forgot, I am a bassist. Brothers, go eyes closed and open wallet.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: UE-300
  • Series: UE
  • Category: Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 07/02/2006

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