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Korg announces Pandora Stomp multi-effect

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Korg Pandora Stomp

Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar from Korg belonging to the Pandora series.

Public price: $129 incl. VAT

You will find in stores this Fall the Stomp version of the famous Korg Pandora multi-effect processor and tuner for guitar.

The Pandora Stomp features 158 types of modeling effects, 200 preset programs with signature sounds and 100 rhythm patterns, all hosted into a die-cast compact stomp box.

You will be able to use up to seven effects simultaneously and the multifunction footswitch can be used to switch program memories. In addition, 4 program memory buttons allows one-touch recall. You can also save 200 user preset programs.

A LED tuner is also included as well as an Aux input for connecting an audio/MP3 player along with +/- 1 octave pitch shift function.

The Pandora Stomp is supplied by 9V DC supply or USB bus when connected to a computer. A free downloadable PC editor/librarian is included.

The pedal will be available this Fall in Black, as well as two Orange and Ivory limited edition colors (1500 each). US street price is $129.99.

Full details at www.korg.com.

 

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