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Audiofanzine FR 01/03/2011

Korg Ax3000g : Audiofanzine FR's user review


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Originally written by alex-arkane on Audiofanzine FR.

Already described.


Very easy to use and affordable to anyone. Select up to five effects in the loop, adjust them and record. It couldn't be easier. The manual is clear enough to be understood by anyone. The footswitches are pretty wide and there is enough space between them so that you won't step on two of them unintentionally. Considering its dimensions, the product was conceived for live applications. The integrated wah pedal works good, although it must be depressed very hard to remove it from the effects loop without changing the settings.


It's a digital device so don't expect a miraculous sound. On the other hand, it's a multi-effects unit so you know what you get. People who criticize it should get a 100 lbs. analog pedalboard.
- Effects like wah and acoustic simulation are totally ok, while effects like the drone, the synth or even the octaver fail to meet expectations.
- Distortion, overdrive and amp simulation effects are ok even though some of them are useless and sound very similar.
- Average quality but useful modulation effects (especially the chorus and flanger).
- Delay effects are the product's main assets. They sound excellent and are very versatile.
- Quality reverb, although the only really useful algorithm is the large hall.


It's the only multi-effects I've ever tried but it never disappointed me. I recommend it to anyone, especially now that its price is lower.