Korg Ax300g

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Ax300g, Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar from Korg.

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  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: Ax300g
  • Category: Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 04/18/2004

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Korg Ax300g user reviews

Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 2 reviews )
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SlapKid's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Amazing"

Korg Ax300g
Machine of the last century, hybrid technology (hybrid gain structure).

compressor distos pong delay with ducking (!), reverb, octave for what I use, noisegate too.

Convenient connectivity, output L and R jack output minijack phones separate, in the minijack. Standard 9v power supply, consumes no masses.

Compact and convenient.
No idea of ​​the base price or that I paid ...


I love the old multiFX for one simple reason: there is a knob for adjusting input with LED clip and one for output, suddenly no need to repeat the sounds because a branch grater wholesale level elementary output ... and yet I have not found this feature on existing gas plants.

Green readable display, it may appoint its sounds, and it is fairly intuitive to use.
Something great, a power stage simulation (EL84 or 6L6-choice ss) WITHOUT simulation hp, it is very natural.

The navigation is not all that easy to multiFX compared to Ibanez / zoom / digitech / boss, an adjustment period is necessary.

4 instant sounds, that's enough for any real situation other than Marillion (and there simply juggle banks), especially since the change of latency is short (my late fender mustang3 is clearly unsustainable in comparison) .


It's been three months now that I compare my dinosaurs with recent gear on vox AC15 amp high volume and stereo (2 harley benton CG15 and small sound) to see.
If generally recent are better, the ax300g korg pulls out of the game franchise and raw side-direct its saturation, as well as the accuracy and quality of the compressor. His equalizer is absolutely terrible and can adapt to any situation.

This is the best of the lot, the more raw and with a good definition. The signal / noise ratio is downright excellent compared to other multiFX tested.

I love the saturation crush (who had contributed to the success of the original pandora box, but here without quantization noise and other parasites) and the compressor on clean sounds (not really obvious to have a good ground on a multiFX) . The icing on the cake is the ducking delay available in stereo ping-pong (even my Echopark overpriced not only offers mono)!


In service for about 15 years, a lot of closet too, and always in shape.

The manual is a plus (I lost mine) given the internal logic.
Also, the pressure switch has been a problem of ground noise after a while (Korg sin optimism by saying that Franco could support it) and the solution was to disable presets.

Very useful if you have lots of guitars and the blues too!
This is the closest perfect in practice z'avaient is strong at the time
Olivier Regnard07/29/2005

Olivier Regnard's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Korg Ax300g
28 effects in total, so be sure that I will not list them. But hey, are the essentials: Disto, amp simulator, compressor, reverb, delays in shambles, chorus, EQ, flanger, phaser, pitch shifter, ring modulator, etc.. Everything is ditable on number of parameter. It numrique at all, so not expect wonders. But it honnte, and much better than bcp competitors regarding the distos. Audio Connectors only, not of noon, between a CD. Faux Stereo output for Pan, flanger, phaser and delay.


The config is super simple. As there bcp effects and Settings, as their edition is clear and well explained in the manual. Korg, unlike others, had the good ide to give the pdalier a notch large enough (64 characters on two lines, I believe) that makes everything much more readable. I lost the manual, so I'm just used. The pdalier is a childlike simplicity.


The efficiency effects of dpend what you expect. For the price, even when it's super honnte even if the sim. amp is a bit crappy, and the small pedals of expression does not have any evidence sensitivity, but it does its job. I use this strat pdalier with Mexico, and a Laney VC 30, + fender for a stro (false, empty.)
I prfre: effects most tars. The trs rglages are excessive on the presets, I added myself another layer. I have not much means, but I get to fiddle with rglages out sounds that I love: cradingue fuzz, imitation of e-bow fabulous whammy honnte done everything, stereo phaser. 6 can be enchantment effects, which is more than enough.
What I like least: with effects more Modra (eg Overdrive or delay type slapback), the direct sound has more low end.


I use it for 7 years. I bought this in pdalier 98, had no effect, I hardly electric com. I used to normment beginners, such as distortion, wah, and finally the conventional stuff. APRS I just gave up too many effects killing effect. Little by little, he returned my tools privilgis. I do not use all the time, what comes out of this box if same as trs weird. Dplaise not for purists, it opens lots of doors, I think, and for a lousy price. For my style, it is perfect. I'm used to dj stuff exprimentaux trs, trs it works well. I deprecated the blues and jazz purists, and those who do rve to reproduce the sound of their idol. I do it again this choice, without problem, since in spending time, its possibilities are trs important in view of its price. I recommend those who indpendamment budget, want to CRER athmosphres abroad, with sounds worthy of being saved if they are well rgls.

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