Price engine
Classified Ads
STEPHTRUC 11/02/2012

Korg G3 : STEPHTRUC's user review


  • Like
  • Tweet
  • Partager
  • Submit
  • Email
Value For Money : Excellent
Analog gear is cool. I've had really complex pedalboards and even some that change your sound as soon as you plug in your guitar. In this case, the sound of your guitar and amp are preserved, as if you had connected a simple pedal.


It's really very easy to use, no need for a manual.


The clean sound is nice, the crunch isn't bad and the lead, to me, is the best. I've tested all sorts of multi-effects and pedals and I must admit that this one really kicks ass. It all depends on what you're looking for, I wanted an urban dance squad sound, big rock 'n' roll but not metal. It sounds fat, with a lot of bass and a formidable sustain.


I've had it for a couple of days and I'm thrilled with it, even though I used to be allergic to multi-effects. Some time ago I bought a brand-new korg tone work and I could never find the sound of my guitars with it. What I like best is that it's analog, like the good old Japanese pedals. What I like least is the lack of controls for the delay and reverb, but you can still have a lot of fun with it. I bought it for 20 euros, so, to me, its value for money is pretty good.