The machine is declined under several brands according to the distributor (classic cantabile for mine) the conventional method that allows for quality at low prices.
This is a big baby, solid metal must weigh within 4-5 pounds, and occupies a floor area equivalent to almost my VOX AC15 driver that occasion.
Alim to digitech, 9v AC 1300mA, no problem to replace if this happens.
Outstanding ergonomics, there is room for all print directly on the housing and muza is not general.
Digital course, programmable in all directions, two functions for footswitches (pedal mode, activate each effect in the preset or preset change in bank 4) that are activated by another footswitch placed on the line- above.
There is also a footswitch control that calls a preselected block without changing preset mode or utilisatin is top.
There is everything a guitarist could want in there, and even more.
Inter on / off the back, and master volume knob. Two output jacks, everything is so sturdy metal.
Volume pedal assignable by default, but for what you want, and pressing it clicks above the wah even if you have nothing planned in this sense, is practical.
It is very simple to use, all blocks have their light switch, the display is readable and everything is printed below next to the row of LEDs.
on the other hand knobs for input values are not serrated, and accuracy is not terrible but it is especially annoying to name sounds (hard to grab the correct letter sometimes). More sound when copying to another location the machine does not copy the name ...
Another small defect, together with his little brother gp120, the first rehearsal of delay is always adonf (the following as they have been programmed) is c.
My vox so I have to use the exit is not marked for mono and escape at the first rehearsal of the delay ...
On the volume pedal, must be a way to parameterize I feel it is not always one hundred percent what influences the action of the noise gate be too effective.
This is less rough / direct the little brother, but it's not too much synthetic. If you put little effect in the chain is better, not a scoop.
I particularly like compressors and rested stompboxes, amps and are credible and not metal though somewhat coarse in mind.
The octaver offers a very analog feeling, a feast of distortion.
We quickly comfortable with the machine, and thanks to the control switches and pedal fashion banks of four sounds become very substantial in the field. You can easily all play on one bank and the number of banks bal/top50 rested is perfect. Especially we can name all the presets.
The gp300 goes well with my VOX AC15, sounds credible, at least more than my digitech RP70. It is less fresh / direct his little brother, I think it is an older generation.
I'm glad I gave it a shot, delirium of large multi-purpose ultra sated cheaply, and use it rather highly relevant.
I would not put three or four times the price for a line6/digitech/zoom/boss the same format, do not delude ourselves that all that remains is a multi-effect, you do not impressionerez purists with any of these machines.
The fact that gp300 sounds good, rather soft in fact, makes it very usable sound, you do not aggresserez ears non-guitarists or almost all of the public.
And blind test on my VOX AC15 is credible, no worse than two pedals in front ...
Violet pretty big and heavy, fun to use and not expensive at all, that you ask?