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  • yoTrakkzyoTrakkz

    love the phaser

    TC Electronic G-ForcePublished on 11/29/11 at 20:57
    The TC Electronic GForce unit is a multi effects rack for guitar. It can't be edited through a computer. This effects unit is a combination of reverb, delay, harmonizer/octavizer, vibrato, chorus, phaser, flanger, and almost any other effect except for distortion. There is no MIDI connection.


    UTILIZATION

    Getting through these sounds can be a huge pain sometimes, simply because there are about a thousand presets to choose from. Each preset ranges from a basic effect (reverb, phaser, vibrato) to a complex combination of effects and algorithms. The manual does a decent job of explaining how to program and shift through all of these various effects. However, it is a chore for anyone …
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    The TC Electronic GForce unit is a multi effects rack for guitar. It can't be edited through a computer. This effects unit is a combination of reverb, delay, harmonizer/octavizer, vibrato, chorus, phaser, flanger, and almost any other effect except for distortion. There is no MIDI connection.


    UTILIZATION

    Getting through these sounds can be a huge pain sometimes, simply because there are about a thousand presets to choose from. Each preset ranges from a basic effect (reverb, phaser, vibrato) to a complex combination of effects and algorithms. The manual does a decent job of explaining how to program and shift through all of these various effects. However, it is a chore for anyone who isn't dedicated to finding buried treasures.


    SOUND QUALITY

    I have only used this with guitar. Using it with a bass or keyboard would produce some truly freaky sounds, as running the guitar through this thing is enough to bewilder just about anyone. Some of the effects that this thing produces are jaw-dropping. Some settings produce wild harmonization’s and polyphonies that repeat in an ambient fashion from just a few randomly plucked notes. Some settings will harmonize, even pitch correct, every note that you play and continually loop sounds and replace them in a manner similar to a Steve Reich piece. Some sounds produce gorgeous, orchestral multi octave washes of sound that are very soothing. Playing two notes on some of these settings will produce an ominous drone that sits in the bottom of your stomach. For all of these wildly innovative effects, there are a ton that are wild and foreign but have no real practical application, which makes it frustrating to find the good ones.


    OVERALL OPINION

    I love the wide variety of textures that can be easily created using this machine. I hate having to sift through a million lackluster or annoying settings to find the good ones. I think that this is a ridiculously expensive piece of gear, and that anyone willing to shell out the money for it had better realize how frustrating and time-consuming it may be. However, some of these sounds are very difficult to recreate elsewhere, and some of the ambient textures would be very useful for someone who makes ambient or very spacey music. I'm sure there's a niche of customers who would adore this product, I'm just not sure I'm one of them.
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  • parvatiparvati

    TC Electronic G-ForcePublished on 10/14/03 at 05:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is a plant as many processors, a destination rack

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is 2.95 g force + mesa I have an old 12 years he has seen but still works mesa + 2 speakers of the same age has come a TriAxis

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is a good start because I just use it so no comment

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just bought this machine (infernal?) The future will tell me, for now I leave roland boss last for quite some years and I come to the south we will see? I am pleasantly surprised by the quality it's not pretend it is the on the amp as pedals, live table or rack its final destination with a good ending for the upcoming buddy TriAxis . I think back about the evolutio…
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    It is a plant as many processors, a destination rack

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is 2.95 g force + mesa I have an old 12 years he has seen but still works mesa + 2 speakers of the same age has come a TriAxis

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is a good start because I just use it so no comment

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just bought this machine (infernal?) The future will tell me, for now I leave roland boss last for quite some years and I come to the south we will see? I am pleasantly surprised by the quality it's not pretend it is the on the amp as pedals, live table or rack its final destination with a good ending for the upcoming buddy TriAxis . I think back about the evolution of the thing in home studio and especially in concert. spectators will be the best judges.
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  • Fab Le Noots :evil:Fab Le Noots :evil:

    TC Electronic G-ForcePublished on 02/28/04 at 18:41
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    Well, I will not list the available effects, that are going on their site to know and listen to some sounds. This multi-effects are all there from classic, with analog input / output jack (6.35) or digital (SPDIF), and the whole shebang midi in / out / thru, and a pedal input of expression. 202 factory programs and 128 users I believe in (I only have 40 so far). I really liked a publisher of PC-based presets, but I have not found.

    UTILIZATION

    The problem often chosen when using the G-Force is the editing of presets. But the manual is very well done, and the handling is still fairly intuitive, although it is less easy to adjust a Boss. Though! For each effect, there are several ty…
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    Well, I will not list the available effects, that are going on their site to know and listen to some sounds. This multi-effects are all there from classic, with analog input / output jack (6.35) or digital (SPDIF), and the whole shebang midi in / out / thru, and a pedal input of expression. 202 factory programs and 128 users I believe in (I only have 40 so far). I really liked a publisher of PC-based presets, but I have not found.

    UTILIZATION

    The problem often chosen when using the G-Force is the editing of presets. But the manual is very well done, and the handling is still fairly intuitive, although it is less easy to adjust a Boss. Though! For each effect, there are several types of settings, with a few basic parameters, and another much more complete set with finesse. Also note that each setting of each effect can be assigned to a midi controller and adjustable so as real, with extent of the adjustment range, and to route the effects in either direction, in parallel or in series. To send a fun time in a flanger to tremolo and left to right, then saturate the whole ... really ultra-complete. In addition, the G-Force pedals will automatically recognize some MIDI, such as ART or the Roland FC200. The display is large, clearly visible from a distance or in the dark as in full light on stage. A PCMCIA card slot allows you to save the sounds or to add and update the firmware.

    SOUND QUALITY

    My use stops on guitar, and I am delighted with the effects ... all are used, the chorus and delay are very good, the reverb a little more difficult to resolve, there is even a drive that can be used to change the overall sound of the saturation of your amp. In no event to use as preamp (except very special sound). Modulations style vibrato and phaser, and even forming filter are excellent and very handy, from the vintage to the most bizarre. A black mark against the harmonizer for: it is said intelligent, but not that much actually. You enter a range, and he shows for each note played the note once harmonized. But this program is not saved with the preset, it is general, so if you want another alignment has to be programmed. Note that you can route the effects in the sense that we want, and there is a simulator HP configurable depth. The noisegate and compressor, I do not know too much because I do not like it at all, so I talk about it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the G-Force for 5 years now, and I am delighted. My sound stage are rather basic, but I like to be able to have on hand some very special sound. The calibration is childish expression pedals, great practice, the tap-tempo is a definite plus to wedge the time or the rate of vibrato or chorus, in short, is the top. In addition to a tuner handy for those who do not. The only downside is that when we move from one sound to another, there is almost 1 second before the new sound is really starts on the road (depending on firmware version apparently). One trick is to leave all the effect modules switched on all the presets, then mix the unnecessary effects to zero. Otherwise, it is sufficient to anticipate a little, and got used to it quickly. I had many multi-effects before this one, but it's really the only one so transparent, crystalline sounds too. I do not part with it for anything else because I'm really very pleased.
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  • lucasd'airylucasd'airy

    TC Electronic G-ForcePublished on 08/15/06 at 09:58
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    The essence of a true multi-purpose professional, nothing is missing except, little regret, a connector jack which essentially hampers some possibilities: it would have been desirable to have E / S XLR or can also go out optics. Finally, the material is of the highest quality, G-Force located at the top of the range. Let 3 because it is possible to spend a fortune to the pipe above tonnage, but let's be clear: this is a 24 bit intelligent design and impeccable reliability.

    UTILIZATION

    Use:

    The G-Force is what is more manageable: as soon as familiar with the selection logic (Recall for the effect, for setting Utility, etc ...) everything works like clockwork. The settings in re…
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    The essence of a true multi-purpose professional, nothing is missing except, little regret, a connector jack which essentially hampers some possibilities: it would have been desirable to have E / S XLR or can also go out optics. Finally, the material is of the highest quality, G-Force located at the top of the range. Let 3 because it is possible to spend a fortune to the pipe above tonnage, but let's be clear: this is a 24 bit intelligent design and impeccable reliability.

    UTILIZATION

    Use:

    The G-Force is what is more manageable: as soon as familiar with the selection logic (Recall for the effect, for setting Utility, etc ...) everything works like clockwork. The settings in real time is very simple, easy to use pedals and all that could come help the user figure in a record of the most excellently translated! In short, a product that has been well thought out, and probably much practiced by guitarists.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Sound Quality

    The screensaver shows: "THE ULTIMATE GUITAR MULTI EFFECT PROCESSOR" and, except for a particular localized effect that has no equal in the studio (think of a lexicon reverb for example), the G- Force certainly outperforms all competitors in the market for guitar effects. Exception should be made distortion, of course, for which there are great things in dedicated (including the French NOS, developing products for the best effect). In any case, the reverbs are large and flexible, and well magnify the sound, nothing to do with some plug-ins expensive, the phasers are absolutely exhilarating it must be said that it is a fact of primary importance for me, excellent noise gate, and a few quirks that can be out of the stunning effects and especially the time ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    TC ELECTRONICS delays are already a global standard, but it must be remembered that this processor is designed for the guitar, and that its effects are especially appropriate (INCLUDING QUESTIONS OF FREQUENCY). Result: there is to my knowledge no processor as transparent: whatever the type of sound that you develop with your guitar, you will find it fully preserved. This means that you can develop complex effects while retaining the texture of your amp or your system. The sound quality is excellent: not a blade of breath, just life.
    The G-Force is a multi-application: in the studio, in rehearsal, particularly on stage, an area in which it reigns supreme over the competition for its sound and ease of use.
    This is certainly a durable machine, and the coast should be held to € 1000 if you take the time to hear the difference with the processors sometimes rowdy, but not sustainable (because everything here is set to infinity) , and who respect the integrity of the sound, down only because it is rather old. The work is done on a number of years, and next to those who have only magnified their guitar with the presets, some argue in its exploration and can draw exactly the sound they want, next to a shovelful of sounds interesting that they would never have thought of. 4 stars.
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  • RickDRickD

    TC Electronic G-ForcePublished on 03/10/07 at 03:33
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    This multi-purpose possde 8 processors, one for each effect module, therefore, unlike many competing devices, the quality of the effects do not DGRAD based on the number of simultaneous effects. And the gain of the output level is adjustable by knobs in faade. The saw-stro nitre is fast and efficient. The compressor and noise gate possdent their VU meters DDIS.

    The connection is on jacks in between :-( asymtriques symptriques and Stereo output and, therefore, two outputs and two inputs + it is possible to outwit the dual mono, so it's two channels of four effects that we have. numrique is on the coax, not optical or AES EBU XLR, which is a shame because the coup it is difficult to classi…
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    This multi-purpose possde 8 processors, one for each effect module, therefore, unlike many competing devices, the quality of the effects do not DGRAD based on the number of simultaneous effects. And the gain of the output level is adjustable by knobs in faade. The saw-stro nitre is fast and efficient. The compressor and noise gate possdent their VU meters DDIS.

    The connection is on jacks in between :-( asymtriques symptriques and Stereo output and, therefore, two outputs and two inputs + it is possible to outwit the dual mono, so it's two channels of four effects that we have. numrique is on the coax, not optical or AES EBU XLR, which is a shame because the coup it is difficult to classify the product and some pro magntos numriques possde not that of optics, for example.

    Conspicuously absent is an effects loop or an insertion point because no distortion worthy of the name on the G-Force. And add the APRS distortion effects, a sound dgueu. Must therefore come with the distortion, which greatly limits the possibility of chaining effects.

    UTILIZATION

    Super easy to use, intuitive trs.

    Manuel trs clear.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Hard to beat without exceeding the 44.1 khz. Eight processors, and a 24-bit conversion, algorithms hell ...

    The effects are all of good quality trs, trs purposes, and the purity of the sound is incredible. Test for a lot of multi-effects, Boss ME-5, GX-70, Digitech RP-6, StudioQuad ... I can tell you that this is the day and night. Well, the price also ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    The only product on the market that silent probably better than the G-Force was released, or at least more powerful bcp is the Eventide H4000 and H7000, I do not know, in short, if we could put four times more There was better, yes.
    Me, I pay my G-Force Fr leaving 11,000, or about 1700. More than six years later, we still 1500. I know of no other example of Digital Products with as little drop in price. Unless the recorder may be Roland VS-2480, albeit expensive ds dpart the former and less. Moreover, for info, you can find around 4400 in Audio Partners JVV Pigalle, probably the best music store in Paris.

    I'm not 10/10 because the "distortion" and simulation of HP are not really gniaux.

    FYI, I use G-Force to record voice, synths, acoustic instruments. I spend my pramp in numrique then I enter on my Roland VS-1680. Converters are terrible and the sound is clear trs.
    You can easily mix anything with the effects of G-Force. The rverbes are gorgeous and all the effects sound good.

    Note that you can use the G-Force DOUBLE MONO, which is little known. So you have a dual effect of studio with four modules per channel.
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  • planetslideplanetslide

    GFORCE is stronger than you ...

    TC Electronic G-ForcePublished on 07/02/08 at 05:23
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    Digital multi-effects rack 24 bit 44.1 kHz with 8 logical units of signal processing (chaining allows any serial / parallel lossless).

    The effects are:
    - Compressor
    - Filters
    - Pan + tremolo
    - Pitch shifter
    - Delay
    - Drive
    - Chorus
    - Reverb
    plus a noise gate. There is also a filter and envelop a built-in tuner.

    The settings can not be edited on a PC but the use of the device is very intuitive and you can store presets on its PCMCIA memory card (optional).

    The connector has two inputs, two outputs, three noon for an expression pedal jack, SPDIF taken.

    No effects loop but it does not pose a problem for traditional chaining where you put the distortion upstream.
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    Digital multi-effects rack 24 bit 44.1 kHz with 8 logical units of signal processing (chaining allows any serial / parallel lossless).

    The effects are:
    - Compressor
    - Filters
    - Pan + tremolo
    - Pitch shifter
    - Delay
    - Drive
    - Chorus
    - Reverb
    plus a noise gate. There is also a filter and envelop a built-in tuner.

    The settings can not be edited on a PC but the use of the device is very intuitive and you can store presets on its PCMCIA memory card (optional).

    The connector has two inputs, two outputs, three noon for an expression pedal jack, SPDIF taken.

    No effects loop but it does not pose a problem for traditional chaining where you put the distortion upstream.

    UTILIZATION

    This device is both easy to use and yet very subtle in its settings. It's very nice to arrive early to the sound that you want while having the opportunity to pauffiner then taking his time. You can set the sounds in all directions!

    The routing of the effects is great. It offers a great freedom. These are the limits of your imagination that will be affected before those of the machine!

    The manual is clear even if its structure is not obvious. That said, the manual is not really necessary ...

    A nice detail is that one does not choose its settings from lists of known stuff, because the goal is not to copy the competition but to provide his own sound.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound quality is among the very best on the market. The large number of renowned artists who use the G Force demonstrated.

    The sound entering the G Force is absolutely not altered and found all its features in what comes out (attack ratings, frequency curve of the guitar, etc.)..

    Reverb and chorus are really at the top level, the pitch is super accurate and natural (made by Heventide), the filters act naturally, the noise gate is very effective, in short, that happiness! Everything is always very musical, it does not feel the cold face and the imprecision of digital.

    Since I play on a tube amp Engl, I am a bit more critical on the drive, especially for large distos. But the sounds still very crunchy sound great with a very nice vintage edge.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been several weeks since I joined the G Force in my set and it is great. The highlight of this machine is that it really sound at all times. We forgive him without worry that the connection is a little dated. The weak point, if one can speak of weakness, is the risk of spending hours playing with the settings.

    While this device is expensive (although the price has almost halved since its release) but the stuff you have there a very high level and remains largely in what is best, what is more a decade after its output, which is rare in this area.

    I would do this choice because I do not see better on the market in this price range.
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  • NicolasDNicolasD

    Good value but has matured ...

    TC Electronic G-ForcePublished on 07/29/10 at 18:11
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    Everything has already been written.
    4 points off because of the absence of loop (see below) and editor PC / Mac (though it should not be too complicated to be programmed from the time).

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is good.
    This is quite understandable, but not so easy to edit (the éditeeeeur PC!)
    There are so many possibilities that it is sometimes discouraging. Finally, on the other hand, there are still sound after his happiness.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The G Force is fairly transparent. I would not say absolutely transparent, passed through a mesa boogie Triax, we feel a small difference between the G Force active and bypassed. Finally, it is normal.
    The converters are starti…
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    Everything has already been written.
    4 points off because of the absence of loop (see below) and editor PC / Mac (though it should not be too complicated to be programmed from the time).

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is good.
    This is quite understandable, but not so easy to edit (the éditeeeeur PC!)
    There are so many possibilities that it is sometimes discouraging. Finally, on the other hand, there are still sound after his happiness.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The G Force is fairly transparent. I would not say absolutely transparent, passed through a mesa boogie Triax, we feel a small difference between the G Force active and bypassed. Finally, it is normal.
    The converters are starting to age a little but the time was great.
    Missing some effects like Univibe found in Gmajor 2. But I never found a good Univibe multieffect, anywhere, and God knows I tried! Better to buy the pedal.
    TC Electronic has however made a big mistake they have caught up with Gsystem: There is no loop in the Gforce. Wah and compression will still be after the preamp, not really usable. What a blunder! The above, they have no excuse but then no (it already existed when they left).
    For wah, I found a solution, just put a little drive before. Drowned in all this sounds a bit less showy but it is a crutch.
    It's still stupid not being able to fully serve two effects widely used.
    Finally I bought myself a real wah, and that no digital multi effect can replace them:) But it's still a pedal to move and in some cases, I'd rather do without.
    The most important effects, chorus, delay, reverb ... are all excellent.
    Some complain about the drive but do not forget he is only there to color the sound (as stated in the manual) and then he did the job.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been 10 years since I'm using at the time was the best of the best for the price (the eventide was much too expensive).
    He begins to age and does not do anything modern multi effects but for now it works perfectly well, it's solid and I feel that it is indestructible.
    A digital camera designed 20 years ago and is still selling, it is proof that this is a great value.
    With experience, I would do this choice, simply because I do not see any competition (maybe Axis FX but I suspect it's more a fad than anything else, a sort of Pod Gforce-).
    The story of the loop, it's really really annoying.
    And as rightly pointed out another user, there is a small wait between presets due to a difference of level, a problem which can be adjusted but it's tedious! And if we do not solve, live is obvious.
    For the price, even if it fell out, these two errors are outliers.
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  • RickDRickD

    TC Electronic G-ForcePublished on 04/14/08 at 15:36
    This is a stereo preamp (with adjustable input gain on the front) with all the main guitar effects except a proper distortion. The flangers & phasers are lovely and the delays & reverbs are wonderful.

    It's digital, of course, with 8 processors, 1 per effects module. So, unlike with other gear, you don't have quality loss when piling up effects, the quality remains optimal throughout.

    2 high impedance asymmetric 6.35mm jacks, 2 line level TRS outs on similar jacks.
    SPDIF in & out on coax.

    24 bit 44.1 khz conversion, but not sure the digital I/O's can convey 24 bit signals...someone told be that they were 20 bit...(check that, i'm not sure).

    There's MIDI in & out i believe, and you can ea…
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    This is a stereo preamp (with adjustable input gain on the front) with all the main guitar effects except a proper distortion. The flangers & phasers are lovely and the delays & reverbs are wonderful.

    It's digital, of course, with 8 processors, 1 per effects module. So, unlike with other gear, you don't have quality loss when piling up effects, the quality remains optimal throughout.

    2 high impedance asymmetric 6.35mm jacks, 2 line level TRS outs on similar jacks.
    SPDIF in & out on coax.

    24 bit 44.1 khz conversion, but not sure the digital I/O's can convey 24 bit signals...someone told be that they were 20 bit...(check that, i'm not sure).

    There's MIDI in & out i believe, and you can easily set up a MIDI pedal board such as the Roland FC-200...the G-Force has a ready made template for it all set up.

    For the price, i think they could have made this a 96 khz machine and/or have AES/EBU I/O's in addition to the SPDIF coax...it's just not a pro machine without AES/EBU!

    UTILIZATION

    Extremely easy to use, all is very very intuitive. You can see it wasn't designed like a TR-505 or an MC-303! :-D

    Editing & saving presets is real easy.

    Great manual, that is even nicely made...not just some cheap photocopy look-alike, this is nicely bound & all...a high-class manual for a high-class piece of gear. ;-)

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are nice but you can be tempted to overdo it...because they are so nice!
    Then again, you'll have that problem with any effects processor...it's just that the others don't sound so good! ;p

    The reverbs are amazing, of course, and you can use this for vocals or anything you like if you come in digital.
    This is a very good effects processor.

    The dynamics are good but not perfect: i still prefer going direct into a good amp, but if you accept that the sound is just different then you can enjoy it for what it is. It's still good, it's just not 100% the same...maybe only 95%? Anyway, incomparable with any Boss or Roland or Digitech effects i've tried...and i have tried a lot of those. True, the price isn't comaparable either! ;-p

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it about 7 years.

    Best thing? Everything!
    Worst? No real distortion. You can add crunch, or boost existing distortion, but this is not a SansAmp or a POD...no cabinet simulation here worth mentioning, that just wasn't the aim of the machine...but you want those luch choruses or reverbs then this is the way to go.

    Was 11400 Francs when i got it, that was the best price in France at the time...say £1140 or 1700 €. Now it's below 1000 €. Still expensive, but possibly the best for the money. The price actually remained stable on this for 6 or 7 years i believe! The only other piece of gear i know of to do that is the Roland VS-2480 multitrack recorder...which stayed at 4500 € in France...
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