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  • Vox StompLab IIGPublié le 08/16/14 à 23:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Programmes: 20 & 100 user factory
    Amps: 44, see official website VOX
    Speakers: 12, see official website VOX
    Effects: 38 (18 saturations, 8 pedals, 8 modulations, 3 reverbs, 1 noise reduction)
    Tuner: auto-chromatic, A0-E6 (27.5Hz-1,318.5Hz) Calibration: A = 438-445Hz
    Controls: Category, Gain, Volume, Type Effect UP / Down, Edit
    Connections: 1 1/4 input "jack, stereo outputs
    Expression Pedal: yes
    Processing: A / D conversion: 24-bit / D / A conversion: 24-bit

    The output is configurable in "phones / amp / to."

    It is somehow integrated into vt effect ....

    UTILIZATION

    Very intuitive, number of pre-selections are caricatured but allow you to get a good idea of......
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    Programmes: 20 & 100 user factory
    Amps: 44, see official website VOX
    Speakers: 12, see official website VOX
    Effects: 38 (18 saturations, 8 pedals, 8 modulations, 3 reverbs, 1 noise reduction)
    Tuner: auto-chromatic, A0-E6 (27.5Hz-1,318.5Hz) Calibration: A = 438-445Hz
    Controls: Category, Gain, Volume, Type Effect UP / Down, Edit
    Connections: 1 1/4 input "jack, stereo outputs
    Expression Pedal: yes
    Processing: A / D conversion: 24-bit / D / A conversion: 24-bit

    The output is configurable in "phones / amp / to."

    It is somehow integrated into vt effect ....

    UTILIZATION

    Very intuitive, number of pre-selections are caricatured but allow you to get a good idea of ​​the available effects.

    I am still open to manual to help guide me in the early configurations of my presets. "Recognize the names of amps, cabinets ...." Once the thing sensed is a breeze.

    SOUND QUALITY

    It's a good pedal study. I find nice spring reverb. Amps and cabinets used to color the sound so varied and it was mostly for the benefit of the purchase. So personally I am satisfied. With my AC4TV + cabinet, pedal allows sculpting his "base" in an interesting way.

    The only effect that I could really compare is the wah .. having a cry baby, but is it really comparable given the size of the expression pedal etc. ... It is a good introduction but pe ergonomics + sound a "Fasle" wah is certainly not comparable. To summarize .. so a good multi purpose to enter into the world of effect pedals but it will never be equivalent to a single pedal av one but his "ideal."

    I use it with an LP Gibson or a Fender Am Special. With Gibson it allows me to go nicely in my av Jam Ac4 that I should grow well for dia cruncher "that does not like to jam in every home";) With the fender, it allows me to make a little more crunch sound on AC ... also having a volume knob on Ac4.

    I love the reverb that is discreet and opportunities to change the sound amp / cabinet.

    OVERALL OPINION

    3/4 months of use.

    I have a DS1 and a crybaby "Fasle." I also used to hear in jam a friend who has a twin fender amp "transistor" + pedal mega boss. It is a matter of adjustment and also lamps in my preamp section but to compare the two sounds, hers is vrmt dry and flat. I think the sound is warm and round the side vox. (But this is just a feeling)

    To me, the big plus of the pedal is to "emulate" sounds amp / cabinet to get basic sounds "clean" variety. I also appreciate the assignable expression pedal volume. We could blame the size, but given the ease of storage we do not just have it all :)

    Q / P Nikel! For an introduction to multi effects pedals and it's perfect. To be confirmed in time, but if the pedal in time like this is a great purchase for the study.
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  • Mini but it is the best!

    Vox StompLab IIGPublié le 01/12/13 à 04:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For details refer directly to the site: http://www.voxamps.com/uk/pedals/stomplab/
    The advantage of this is its ME digital length of about 21 cm, width about 12 cm, weight 780 g
    Construction and metal pedals with anti-slip top with a rack and detachable.
    120 programs, including 20 for the user.
    Pedal: 8 configurations
    Amps: 44
    Drives: 18
    Speakers: 12
    Modulations: 9 including a ring modulator that can be manipulated with the pedal.
    Delays and echoes: 8
    Reverb: 3
    Noise reduction
    Tuner
    2 footswitches
    Grafted one instrument and 1 stereo / mono amp adjustable headphone line.
    Power supply: 9 volt or 4 AA 1.5v. Duration 7:30 announced.
    Switch handy so that you......
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    For details refer directly to the site: http://www.voxamps.com/uk/pedals/stomplab/
    The advantage of this is its ME digital length of about 21 cm, width about 12 cm, weight 780 g
    Construction and metal pedals with anti-slip top with a rack and detachable.
    120 programs, including 20 for the user.
    Pedal: 8 configurations
    Amps: 44
    Drives: 18
    Speakers: 12
    Modulations: 9 including a ring modulator that can be manipulated with the pedal.
    Delays and echoes: 8
    Reverb: 3
    Noise reduction
    Tuner
    2 footswitches
    Grafted one instrument and 1 stereo / mono amp adjustable headphone line.
    Power supply: 9 volt or 4 AA 1.5v. Duration 7:30 announced.
    Switch handy so that you not have to unplug when you're on battery.
    Japanese manufacturing: reassuring is not it?

    UTILIZATION

    Easy handling, French manual clear. In contrast to have the exact sound that is not obvious because the choice is vast: there is something for everyone and all the guitars!
    I personally took several hours to get exactly what I wanted.
    Pedal despite its small size is easy to use in all cases.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects of plant are caricatured as often and without interest but have the merit of showing the possibilities of the machine, it is set to 20 so-même.Ils are usually successful: good for phaser but very harmonious chorus are rather average. The distos many are not all successful, but everyone will find his interest in jazz to metal.
    Effective noise gate.
    In contrast, the buffer is again because of the food volume.
    I tried this amp on ME lamps transistor and sound: it does, it is well designed.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it a few times but mostly repeated use nomadic weekends and oxen. Very convenient because it fits easily Vox in most cases guitars or covers.

    The +

    Many sounds and possibilities in a small craft
    Easy mobile use
    Value

    The -

    Some sounds
    Factory programs
    Buffer
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