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Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar from Zoom belonging to the GFX series

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  • mertztilithurtsmertztilithurts

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 06/10/13 at 08:48
    The available fx are for the most part amazing and sound great.

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is a little complicated until you get the hang of it. I thought the manual was hard to understand at first so I kind of 'learned by doing'. Once you have a feel for the way it works, it is rather easy to edit the parameters of the effects. I created several patches to use with my band that sounded great.

    SOUND QUALITY

    My electric guitar is a Gibson SG gothic (which now is only offered by Epiphone, I believe), which I also bought in 2000. With the GFX8 I got some amazing sounds from that guitar but after about six or seven years of use (not all that many gigs but a lot of practicing) I ra…
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    The available fx are for the most part amazing and sound great.

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is a little complicated until you get the hang of it. I thought the manual was hard to understand at first so I kind of 'learned by doing'. Once you have a feel for the way it works, it is rather easy to edit the parameters of the effects. I created several patches to use with my band that sounded great.

    SOUND QUALITY

    My electric guitar is a Gibson SG gothic (which now is only offered by Epiphone, I believe), which I also bought in 2000. With the GFX8 I got some amazing sounds from that guitar but after about six or seven years of use (not all that many gigs but a lot of practicing) I ran into a big problem. (see overall opinion)

    OVERALL OPINION

    The one huge negative I found with the GFX8 was the plastic switches. They break! They rock on a strip of plastic at the top end and after years of use the plastic wears out. The plastic footswitch part is then loose. Sometimes you can get it to work but if you are in a gig situation you don't want to be messing around. It has to work properly or your song may be ruined. As of 2013 my GFX8 has only two unbroken switches: 'bank up' and '2', rendering the board unusable until and unless I can get it repaired. In the meantime I bought the newer (and more roadworthy) Zoom G3X.
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  • MGR/Howard StaveleyMGR/Howard Staveley

    Zoom GFX8

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 02/28/05 at 15:00
    Due to an administration blunder, I managed to get mine for £150. i got home opened it and found a label saying £270!. I was very lucky to have got one at this price, though I think they are actually for sale at that price now.

    I went to this from a £70 digitech and obviously think the sound is amazing. The drive unit is great, the delays and flangers seamless, and the wah is the best digital one Ive tried. Its green, I like that too. The CD that came with it didnt work on my computer so I had to download a newer version that had been alterd by someone else (not official). But now it works and I can create effects on my computer.

    When I first got it home and opened it I knew it was going …
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    Due to an administration blunder, I managed to get mine for £150. i got home opened it and found a label saying £270!. I was very lucky to have got one at this price, though I think they are actually for sale at that price now.

    I went to this from a £70 digitech and obviously think the sound is amazing. The drive unit is great, the delays and flangers seamless, and the wah is the best digital one Ive tried. Its green, I like that too. The CD that came with it didnt work on my computer so I had to download a newer version that had been alterd by someone else (not official). But now it works and I can create effects on my computer.

    When I first got it home and opened it I knew it was going to be a nightmare. I couldnt be bothered to read te manual, so went straight onto it. After about two minutes I was stuck, and had to go the manual which isnt that user friendly. After a while I got to know the basics and I was away. What infuriates me most is the knobs, they dont reset. If you turn it on and find ian effect you like and really want to edit, you cant! As soon as you twist the knob is snaps to something comletely
    different and you've lost it all!
    Its very old methinks, and some of the effects are useless.

    Its very rugged and strong. I think if I ever dropped it would be fine. The rubber strip off the pedal is coming off but i can glue that back on easily. The knobs are, well, big and the feel is very comfortable.

    Its getting a bit old now, but it still has enough to put it ahead of the Digitech RP2000A. The analog sounds are growing on me, and i reccommend it to anyone looking for a all round effect pedal. If you want the latest modern effects, look elsewhere.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

    ZOOM GFX-8

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 09/27/04 at 15:00
    I got the effects pedal from sound control (england)and payed £169

    It has very sturdy constucion and has really good metal sounds

    it is really hard to get a good blues tone from the unit and it does'nt have very good clean tones

    build qualty is amazzing and it has a really good hard folded metal casing I'm a bit wurry'ed about the pedals they seem a little flimesy so I'm going to make metal pedals soon

    If your looking for some awsome metal tones and want a muilty fx this is for you

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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    I got the effects pedal from sound control (england)and payed £169

    It has very sturdy constucion and has really good metal sounds

    it is really hard to get a good blues tone from the unit and it does'nt have very good clean tones

    build qualty is amazzing and it has a really good hard folded metal casing I'm a bit wurry'ed about the pedals they seem a little flimesy so I'm going to make metal pedals soon

    If your looking for some awsome metal tones and want a muilty fx this is for you

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/Andrew MasonMGR/Andrew Mason

    Zoom GFX8

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 12/01/03 at 15:00
    I needed a multi effects unit as my collection of trusty old anolog stomp boxes was getting too big to manage. I tryed out the Boss ME-50, the Digitech and the J-station before i spotted this little beuty.
    Got it for $600 (Aust) new from a guitar shop sale. This unit blew away the others. Spent 3 hours in the shop just going through all the sounds - amazing.

    Comes with software so you can design your own patches, built like a brick dunny, possibilities are endless.
    Also the distortion feature kicked arse, you can model just about anything!

    Not much to dislike, my girlfriend doesn't like the amount of time i spend tweaking the patches on the computer( i dont mind at all). Expression ped…
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    I needed a multi effects unit as my collection of trusty old anolog stomp boxes was getting too big to manage. I tryed out the Boss ME-50, the Digitech and the J-station before i spotted this little beuty.
    Got it for $600 (Aust) new from a guitar shop sale. This unit blew away the others. Spent 3 hours in the shop just going through all the sounds - amazing.

    Comes with software so you can design your own patches, built like a brick dunny, possibilities are endless.
    Also the distortion feature kicked arse, you can model just about anything!

    Not much to dislike, my girlfriend doesn't like the amount of time i spend tweaking the patches on the computer( i dont mind at all). Expression pedal is a bit weak.

    Solid as a rock! 4 seperate pedal switches to change between patches on stage. Easy to use once you get past finding out what does what, LED is good for gigs. Great distortion and good crisp clean effects.
    Expression pedal weak.

    Fantastic bit of kit, outdoes all units in this price range. Ive got a crybaby so the poor expresssion pedal doesn't worry me. Suits any style of play.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

    Zoom GFX8

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 06/26/01 at 15:00
    I bought this unit in Febuary 2000 from a retailer in the UK I paid the equivalent of $400. I test drove the Digitech RP2000, the Korg AX1000g and the Boss GT3. The Zoom GFX8 had the best tone of the bunch so I had to get it!


    This unit is extremely versatile. A very neat feature is the inclusion of a Custom Distortion grouping in conjunction with supplied software. This allows you to model and create your own distortion patches on a PC and download them into your GFX8. I really like the Valve amp quality of the amp models. I can create any amount of drive from blues to shred very easily. I can very easily aquire 80's studio sounds reminiscent of Steve Lukather and Larry Carlton, to name …
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    I bought this unit in Febuary 2000 from a retailer in the UK I paid the equivalent of $400. I test drove the Digitech RP2000, the Korg AX1000g and the Boss GT3. The Zoom GFX8 had the best tone of the bunch so I had to get it!


    This unit is extremely versatile. A very neat feature is the inclusion of a Custom Distortion grouping in conjunction with supplied software. This allows you to model and create your own distortion patches on a PC and download them into your GFX8. I really like the Valve amp quality of the amp models. I can create any amount of drive from blues to shred very easily. I can very easily aquire 80's studio sounds reminiscent of Steve Lukather and Larry Carlton, to name a few. The clean amp models are shimmering and crystal clear and the acoustic simulator is truly a joy. The modulation effects are top notch. This unit is robustly built, the expression pedal is solid. The unit is great for live use with the 4 pedals to switch patches. Many guitar sounds are attainable with this unit.



    The Preset sounds are very over-effected and therefore very muddy. Be prepared for much tweaking of the patches. I spent many sleepless nights working on programming of the GFX8 but boy is it worth it. I would also have liked to see the inclusion of a feedbacker effect in this unit. I love the sound of feedback applied to guitar ala Hendrix. I understand the new Korg unit offers this and I hope the successor to the GFX8 will have this. I would also love for the successor to this unit to have built in drum patterns for practice.



    Built like a tank! Much better than the zoom 3030 ever was. I like the on/off switch, good thinking zoom. The unit looks very smart with a nice LED display.



    Here's my advice to all you rock god's:


    Buy a GFX8, then listen to your favourite artists, then go to the GFX8 twiddle and tweak and I bet you can nail the sounds you hear. This is a processor for the 21st century, very natural sounding box. Thank you zoom for listening to us guitarist's.



    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • skipperskipper

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 05/16/03 at 02:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this multi-effect one month from now. There are about 250patch available PCBS with saturated effects, little effect on its clear. Technology numrique does his job because I use the amp simulator Intgr which allows me to have a good enough even playing on a bass amp (Peavey TNT115)!
    The patch is titables via software provides, but it was quicker to work directly on the pedals, which is quite simple.

    UTILIZATION

    Use a little at totueuse dpart, but after a few hours with the doc (not always explicit trs) we take the gear on hand and quite simply edition of patch is ultra simple.
    A regret all of the same, the fact that the shift in manual mode or "Patch" is too long, not al…
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    I use this multi-effect one month from now. There are about 250patch available PCBS with saturated effects, little effect on its clear. Technology numrique does his job because I use the amp simulator Intgr which allows me to have a good enough even playing on a bass amp (Peavey TNT115)!
    The patch is titables via software provides, but it was quicker to work directly on the pedals, which is quite simple.

    UTILIZATION

    Use a little at totueuse dpart, but after a few hours with the doc (not always explicit trs) we take the gear on hand and quite simply edition of patch is ultra simple.
    A regret all of the same, the fact that the shift in manual mode or "Patch" is too long, not allowing alternate radidement on stage. Also, the device keeps the memory used in the last maneul, which is sometimes trsgnat because it is likely to use a chorus, while the knob on the distortion ets ... Drout. We must re-enable the con back every time we called him. Trs not enjoyable.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sounds are correct and Revenge trs there for all tastes, the patch plants are quite rich and very usable. Ings are not the DLIR with the effects too!
    Pout I personally edit sounds particularly play songs in a ball, which makes my life so between changes. But on the whole range of I edit only one of its 10In (about 80 piece play).
    I use a copy stratovolcano that is the case and even with the mic can I get to have the grain and tonality without much desire to take me the head with the pedals.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Finally with a little back, the pedals are the best surra rapprot qualitprix because it is a high-end, reliable, with a possibility of PCBS very cheap (compared to a GT-6 ! home boss!). Another advantage for scne, the display is big and red and easy to read.
    I also regret the use of the sampler a little trivial, and patches the call for which you have to climb or dscendre all banks (no shortcuts) To the prices can not have everything!. DEFINITIONS As for the scne is trs than enough, reliable (box mtal) simple, rich enough.
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  • ktomktom

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 10/02/03 at 03:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All main effects are REPRESENTATIVES + expression pedals, everything is adjustable on front panel (no menus incomprhensibles barbarians). Gfx8 The software comes with a zoom. At the rear is a MIDI input and output that can connect to a computer! The advantage is that you treat all your sounds on your software (and more enjoyable prcis) and you can store your sound libraries on your hard disc: you charge one you want when you want!
    important! There is a site user gfx8 on which s'change sounds! Ex: I was looking for a wah clear and impossible to find a rglage that I really liked ... I left a message on this site and the next day a girl from Canada (French) sent me that she used (the class t…
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    All main effects are REPRESENTATIVES + expression pedals, everything is adjustable on front panel (no menus incomprhensibles barbarians). Gfx8 The software comes with a zoom. At the rear is a MIDI input and output that can connect to a computer! The advantage is that you treat all your sounds on your software (and more enjoyable prcis) and you can store your sound libraries on your hard disc: you charge one you want when you want!
    important! There is a site user gfx8 on which s'change sounds! Ex: I was looking for a wah clear and impossible to find a rglage that I really liked ... I left a message on this site and the next day a girl from Canada (French) sent me that she used (the class too)! Since then, I use it on scne! (Www.fineclaymatrix.co.uk)

    UTILIZATION

    The original sounds (240, I think) are good, but it is best to rework the ones you are using. The simplicity comes from the buttons: all rglages are faade! You can rename your sound as you please (as the title song, for example ...) everything is pretty simple, the manual is clear

    SOUND QUALITY

    Trs good clean sounds, distos, not enough I got funky sound, but simple CRER trs!

    I use a strat US gfx8

    I love the clean sounds, chorus, the trmolos the rverb ...
    The function allows you jamplay sampler and play a riff without your cheeks (large effect on the public Live!
    Another feature allows you to sample a solo that you love and to slow the Tone for the same work (not tried !!...)
    you can also re-create the sound of legendary amps, if you have not one ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Then used in 2000
    I love being able to change the sounds with the Entire Earth (I have 33 banks of 240 sounds from the 4 corners of the world and crs from gfx8. While some are similar, but c ' gnial and is not heavy at all Tlcharger)
    Manufacturing is strong trs (mtal). Damage whatsoever comes in a cardboard container and not stronger. Be careful not to abuse power, which is not solid trs (not standard!)
    The price has dropped since I bought it (its release) and yet I have never regretted my purchase!
    EXCELLENT !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • richterrichter

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 07/03/05 at 14:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    69 effects
    240 Factory Patches
    MIDI expression pedals .. All caractrisiques here: https://www.zoom.co.jp/english/gfx8frmst.html

    Distos analog numriques effects, both with a soft ditables ZOOM provided. (Note that it is possible to create its own distos by computer, all with a good fifteen rglages: What have the ITS, or even closer when a lot of that of a scratch, group ..

    UTILIZATION

    Trs easy to use. Notice trs clear.
    Editing and sound effects easy, instinctive trs.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Distos gniales and varied, some sound synththiques .. But others are really good trs
    Good chorus, multiple reverbs, delays etc. .. Excellent "Pitch Pedal" competes with a WH-4 Whamm…
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    69 effects
    240 Factory Patches
    MIDI expression pedals .. All caractrisiques here: https://www.zoom.co.jp/english/gfx8frmst.html

    Distos analog numriques effects, both with a soft ditables ZOOM provided. (Note that it is possible to create its own distos by computer, all with a good fifteen rglages: What have the ITS, or even closer when a lot of that of a scratch, group ..

    UTILIZATION

    Trs easy to use. Notice trs clear.
    Editing and sound effects easy, instinctive trs.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Distos gniales and varied, some sound synththiques .. But others are really good trs
    Good chorus, multiple reverbs, delays etc. .. Excellent "Pitch Pedal" competes with a WH-4 Whammy!
    For the Wah-wah .. All dpend style: wahwah mtal / lead not terrible (not trs deep, do not expect a CryBaby;)!). But if however you like funky wah-wah, light is more than correct.

    I play with a Lag Rockline Metalmaster and I have a good sound, I am satisfied

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 8 months. And I do it again this choice.

    One last thing: the opinions / rumors like "Zoom it to the stew," a zooming poor due its reputable mini multi-effects (zoom 506, 505 etc. ..) low-end that are incomparable to multi-effects more .. srieux. The GFX-8 is the road against the Boss GT Toneworks Korg, Digitech GNX.
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  • Mr_Afi_59frMr_Afi_59fr

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 10/24/05 at 02:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is an extremely comprehensive multi purpose, I spend all effects not review because I will have for a while!
    The distos are analog, and the effects are numriques
    69 Effects: 67 in 4 modules (distortion, legalization, modulation, time limit / reverb) + + simulator dampli rducteur noise
    9 simultaneous effects
    160 programs Dusina
    80 memory OF USE
    Sampler function (25 sec.) Jam and play (15 sec.) PDAL dexpression intgre
    LCD
    patches are well ditables Obviously, this multi purpose and can be connected to PC through a MIDI In and Out, and we can Tlcharger patches

  • soulandbodysoulandbody

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 08/10/06 at 17:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A full-pdalier level effects: distortion, mod, eq, delay, rev and ZNR (gate not very late)
    Ditables digital-effects in almost all parameters, with a computer with software so editable.
    - 2 output jacks + 1 headphone mini jack (line in useful), midi in / out ...
    Rack-not (but then use a pdalier ask rack legs flexible)

    UTILIZATION

    -The use is simple if you take the time to read the manual, and becomes intuitive trs
    -The edition is fairly simple even if the influence of some paramtres is a bit difficult to capture
    -The manual is complete unless the influence of certain paramtres (if you do not know if totally me-)

    SOUND QUALITY

    Fective sound effects-even if I fi…
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    A full-pdalier level effects: distortion, mod, eq, delay, rev and ZNR (gate not very late)
    Ditables digital-effects in almost all parameters, with a computer with software so editable.
    - 2 output jacks + 1 headphone mini jack (line in useful), midi in / out ...
    Rack-not (but then use a pdalier ask rack legs flexible)

    UTILIZATION

    -The use is simple if you take the time to read the manual, and becomes intuitive trs
    -The edition is fairly simple even if the influence of some paramtres is a bit difficult to capture
    -The manual is complete unless the influence of certain paramtres (if you do not know if totally me-)

    SOUND QUALITY

    Fective sound effects-even if I find the effects of plant little thin, but trs fun! This is not a pro tool in my opinion, whatever I did not test with a pwr clean, the hum is omnipresent and some effects even with gain at 0 even when running in the background (phaser. ..).
    -Guitar
    -So far not too prferances, the wah is not great, even if the bank 6b contains funs sounds but in my opinion unusable without modification)

    OVERALL OPINION

    -Sold ...
    FUN-sounds and effects ditables-super, the less buzz and breaths.
    -Not as complete
    Trs-right
    -No, I will be aiming to be the pedal to the unit or other multi effect more clean, but everything depends on the use, I do not use it myself ...
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  • rico80rico80

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 09/06/06 at 01:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I do not return the dj CHARACTERISTICS Retailer in other reviews.

    UTILIZATION

    - The shipping program seems pretty complex to beginners, but with a little practice it can be done quickly and then deveint a breeze to change the variety of parameters on offer.

    - If we enter fully into the possibilities of GFX8 (it took to "paw" all dj doc and have gained a good exprience on this hardware), we can observe that it is trs trs flexible and powerful:
    You can choose the parameters of the effects that will be assigned either by the pedals and the switch "Control".
    It is possible to move the rack "manual" mode without stooping, and thus pass configurations "pedals":
    "DRIVE => EQ =>…
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    I do not return the dj CHARACTERISTICS Retailer in other reviews.

    UTILIZATION

    - The shipping program seems pretty complex to beginners, but with a little practice it can be done quickly and then deveint a breeze to change the variety of parameters on offer.

    - If we enter fully into the possibilities of GFX8 (it took to "paw" all dj doc and have gained a good exprience on this hardware), we can observe that it is trs trs flexible and powerful:
    You can choose the parameters of the effects that will be assigned either by the pedals and the switch "Control".
    It is possible to move the rack "manual" mode without stooping, and thus pass configurations "pedals":
    "DRIVE => EQ => ZNR => Modules => REVERB / ​​ECHO" and each switch starts up or stop the function of the selected effect pedals.
    Ide a wealthy from the ZOOM GFX8 is the possibility to use external distortion (in addition to all those dj proposed) by external ports send / return. For me, finding the distortions rack enough saturated my taste for certain types of music, I got an "Uber Metal 'distortion in external ... and capable ...!!
    Another strong point about the use of this scne: the effect "seamless", it allows the effect of echo Dfine on a patch, ended on the next patch when it changes: soon the dsagrment to hear the sound cuts when changing program, and thus stopping the brutal efffet ... transitions between patches are softer.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The quality of standard effects, chorus / delay / echo / etc ... , Is the appointment (as felt more account by using the headphone jack .. still need a good headset).
    The "pitch shifter" provided certain effects is not "top" (xagre deformation of the original sound)
    Some effects do not serve, I have not understood how they could serve, except to play the Pink Floyd style of the 70 ... "Ummaguma" or other ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    Solid Rack (all mtal) and reliable (I have over 5 years and no dj problem, even minimal)
    The GFX8 Has Designed for scne well. (For my part, at a concert, I did two times lower than the rack to put the fingers: a time to turn the deuxime for dye)
    The GFX8 is a good "rack complment" because sometimes it could be used only to find the limits.
    For my part, I use it in complment of external pedals (mtal Distortion, Compressor, qualiseur), and it gives me any satisfaction.
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  • MANUZICOUSTICMANUZICOUSTIC

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 11/13/09 at 00:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The effects are those that are usually found on such pedals: phaser, flanger, delay, reverb ...

    It's digital. The connector is standard, there is no USB and no XLR.

    UTILIZATION

    Actually starting configuration may seem complicated, but with a little practice it is effective.
    The manual is clear.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are quality. It should not be too much to ask because they are not as customizable as a GT-6 and the sounds are less fine but it is much more efficient (I have owned and used the two pedals has the same period). The distortion is better to my taste than the gt-6. To take full advantage you must connect the pedals on a good sound system and is the t…
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    The effects are those that are usually found on such pedals: phaser, flanger, delay, reverb ...

    It's digital. The connector is standard, there is no USB and no XLR.

    UTILIZATION

    Actually starting configuration may seem complicated, but with a little practice it is effective.
    The manual is clear.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are quality. It should not be too much to ask because they are not as customizable as a GT-6 and the sounds are less fine but it is much more efficient (I have owned and used the two pedals has the same period). The distortion is better to my taste than the gt-6. To take full advantage you must connect the pedals on a good sound system and is the top (I also loved the chorus).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used it for several years, I am currently working on a Roland VG-99. I tried many pedals and pedals. I think it is effcient to work at home and play in groups. It is less, the parameters are less flexible than boss, but what he does he does very well.

    Quality pedals!
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  • Truth~SeekerTruth~Seeker

    Zoom GFX-8Published on 05/03/08 at 18:00
    https://www.soundonsound.com/sos/sep00/articles/zoom.htm

    A Full Review is at the link.

    UTILIZATION

    - Is the general configuration/setup simple? Yes, via PC
    - Is the sound or effects editing easy? Yes, via PC
    - Is the manual clear and sufficient?... Yes

    SOUND QUALITY

    - Are the effects good, usable and sufficiently realistic? Yes
    - With what instruments do you use them? Electric Guitar
    - Which are your favorites and/or the ones you hate? Stock lousy, your own, incredible.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - For how long have you been using it? 8 Years
    - What thing do you like most/least about it? Tones!
    - Did you try many other models before getting this one? Yes!
    - What is your opi…
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    https://www.soundonsound.com/sos/sep00/articles/zoom.htm

    A Full Review is at the link.

    UTILIZATION

    - Is the general configuration/setup simple? Yes, via PC
    - Is the sound or effects editing easy? Yes, via PC
    - Is the manual clear and sufficient?... Yes

    SOUND QUALITY

    - Are the effects good, usable and sufficiently realistic? Yes
    - With what instruments do you use them? Electric Guitar
    - Which are your favorites and/or the ones you hate? Stock lousy, your own, incredible.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - For how long have you been using it? 8 Years
    - What thing do you like most/least about it? Tones!
    - Did you try many other models before getting this one? Yes!
    - What is your opinion about the value for the price? Now, Killer +
    - Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?... Yes!

    Regards,

    mvm
    https://tinyurl.com/5v4n6r
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We are using Google Analytics in order to better understand the use that our visitors make of our website in an attempt to improve it. When this parameter is activated, no personal information is sent to Google and the IP addresses are anonymized.

Advertising

This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :) We are using Google Ad Manager to display part of our ads, or tools integrated to our own CMS for the rest. We are likely to display advertisements from our own platform, from Google Advertising Products or from Adform.


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