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Vox Tonelab LE

Guitar Amp Simulation Pedal from Vox belonging to the Tonelab series.

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Vox Tonelab LEPublished on 07/21/07 at 12:19
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The characteristics t have much dfinies in prcdents opinion, even when I can cite some info ...

The Tonelab has a beautiful prampli has lights, it gives a fucking sound! o_O

There are a lot of effects available, such as the Wah-Wah, some types of overdrive, pitch, delay, reverb ...

The effects, presets, amp types of cab ... everything is editable via a Midi connectors. The app is available for PC and MAC!

So I put 10/10 in characteristics, great friends!

USE

Nothing is easier! You just know a little effect types, try a little while, quibble, and you learn quickly! I never read the manual, and frankly, I do not think I need to read, all is very simple and well indicated......
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The characteristics t have much dfinies in prcdents opinion, even when I can cite some info ...

The Tonelab has a beautiful prampli has lights, it gives a fucking sound! o_O

There are a lot of effects available, such as the Wah-Wah, some types of overdrive, pitch, delay, reverb ...

The effects, presets, amp types of cab ... everything is editable via a Midi connectors. The app is available for PC and MAC!

So I put 10/10 in characteristics, great friends!

USE

Nothing is easier! You just know a little effect types, try a little while, quibble, and you learn quickly! I never read the manual, and frankly, I do not think I need to read, all is very simple and well indicated on the ToneLab. The edition of the sounds should be a little in advance ... be not too improvise his live sounds: p

10/10 again!

SOUND QUALITY

The sound quality is really perfect a condition of use of the good stuff!
I use a Fender Tlcaster is really impeccable.

The ToneLab course must plug into an amp or sound like "Tech21 Power Engine". If used alone, well not hear you very much =)

10/10 for the sound quality!

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for ... Mme not a week! And frankly this famous ToneLab surprised me! I had bought a little like that, without much documentation on me, and chance has it right! This is really what I needed: p
Before ToneLab, I Amplitube 2 on Mac, ca not bad either throw! But I much prefers the ToneLab.
I would do well on this choice.

And another 10/10 in global opinion!

Guys, ruez at you!
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Vox Tonelab LEPublished on 05/01/08 at 12:10
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The characteristics remain the same. Frankly fabulous ... Weakness? You put some ffects on the same selector (whawha and fuzz ...)
A single pedal over its prdceceur. 5kg also doing his sore arm when you take the cable bag right arm, left arm VOX Ae ... !! In addition there is no small (large) holsters to put the crankset.

The rest remains on top.

USE

Can easier be done? Surely. But after his becoming a little box ffect the kind boss that everyone had (or not). To have a sound of thunder, it's not hard, but you need to know what we do. Having read the manual once will not be the luxury to take full advantage of this machine. Opportunities within both the multiple, we do not......
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The characteristics remain the same. Frankly fabulous ... Weakness? You put some ffects on the same selector (whawha and fuzz ...)
A single pedal over its prdceceur. 5kg also doing his sore arm when you take the cable bag right arm, left arm VOX Ae ... !! In addition there is no small (large) holsters to put the crankset.

The rest remains on top.

USE

Can easier be done? Surely. But after his becoming a little box ffect the kind boss that everyone had (or not). To have a sound of thunder, it's not hard, but you need to know what we do. Having read the manual once will not be the luxury to take full advantage of this machine. Opportunities within both the multiple, we do not pleindra consquent number of possible schedules.
The manual is very clear. Sufis, but I think I remember (it was a while since I have not read it) that there qulques missing explanations on MIDI or SPDIF

SOUND QUALITY

The ffects are ... How to say ... Fabulous! The clean is too, but you have to do it, because, in addition, I who used a very bad Squier Calit the clean saturating VERY fdacilement, but when we find her is pleasant xtrement play and hear. The saturs sounds are simply divine with a tale by default on the presence of noise when you put the guitar volume to a minimum. There is indeed a mute noiser but if you have a bad guitar, this feature really lower the risk of gaming Calit (decrease the intensity of the notes, do not let it ring long enough and for fans Larcen the end of the song, it died for you). There are no sounds I prfere saw that it was me who the boards crs, those I dteste is those I have not created that are vraiments, my ear horrible (not all eh!).

NOTICE GLOBAL

I've had some nearly seven months and I play guitar than its presence. When I go to my guitar yard, I Ramne, moreover my teacher is going to buy it, how to say it's good. The sound is never gach by ffects chorus kind or another. It is only option and feels about other crankset that the ffects are impregnated in sound and gives a fairly electronics, which will please not my style of music. I play punk band but I like to blues, classical and metal see it is really versatile. I even SUCCESSFUL make a sound to be able to plug my acoustic guitar for the sound to be not gach and unlike what I atendais, the sound is amlior (I use a folk guitar Ibanez Serie V).
The guy who sold me this crankset make music pubs and bassist mtier, he'm a bass demonstration with vox, the rendering is qu'affolent so it is well. A guitar amp simulator? Only? I also ssayer a synth vieu (casio, as bad as I do pus) and looks very good. After do the abyss the hardware, I do not know her, that's her that I do not abuse it.

Using both the original guitar, I think I'm not get scammed, the other guitarist in my group bought the same and it is not the .dropoff window
This is the price: lowest in its field, it is a good brand, the sounds are good. What more for 400? A SECOND pedal to xpression a few sparation ffects (but must not ask too much knowing that his will be a big thing full of buttons ...) Otherwise, I do not know what to ask for other. Voila! Thank you for reading!
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Vox Tonelab LEPublished on 05/18/08 at 12:09
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A good little crankset, coupling effects and amp simulators, very good quality distortion (from the most vintage Mtal), a wah-wah filter effects with original QUALITY, of chorus, phaser, flanger, and other modlisation effects, delays, reverbs ... everything a guitarist needs. It is of course not forget the famous 12AX7 Vox own technology, of course, between one and stro outputs, MIDI and voil work!

USE

It's Vox is vintage, so it is very simple to use and it is pleasant. And of course, the sounds are very good quality and very warm, you do the Led Zep, jazz, ska or progressive Mtal!

SOUND QUALITY

I get my Tonelab on electroacoustic amp SR Technology Jam 150, hence the......
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A good little crankset, coupling effects and amp simulators, very good quality distortion (from the most vintage Mtal), a wah-wah filter effects with original QUALITY, of chorus, phaser, flanger, and other modlisation effects, delays, reverbs ... everything a guitarist needs. It is of course not forget the famous 12AX7 Vox own technology, of course, between one and stro outputs, MIDI and voil work!

USE

It's Vox is vintage, so it is very simple to use and it is pleasant. And of course, the sounds are very good quality and very warm, you do the Led Zep, jazz, ska or progressive Mtal!

SOUND QUALITY

I get my Tonelab on electroacoustic amp SR Technology Jam 150, hence the importance of amp simulators for sounds with distortion and overdrive ... and I'm far from being the.
A little more for phaser and wah, which are very good quality.

NOTICE GLOBAL

A report qualitprix very very good ... even better than its predecessor the SE Tonelab (even if it was sold with a cover): the sound is warmer, the r simple settings, all for a infrieur price. This crankset will very well meet the expectations of the most discerning guitarists rfractaires sounds too modliss, artificial (like me).
A choice I would do the same eyes closed and hands fasteners (?!) ...
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Vox Tonelab LEPublished on 03/08/07 at 03:11
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Amp modeller
Simulation of HP
Compressor
Modulation effects (Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Univibe, Tremolo)
Distortion pedals (TS9, RTW, DS1, Fuzzface, Octavia)
Delays
Reverb
Expression pedal
Noise Reduction

UTILIZATION

- The general configuration is it simple?
Configuration is very simple.

- Publishing of sound effects or is it easy?
Editing of effects could not be easier, we select an effect, we look at the matrix, turn the knobs is played.

- The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
The manual is very clear and French
I just struggled to find the noise gate but otherwise fine.

SOUND QUALITY

- Effects are they effective, responsive and realistic enough?......
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Amp modeller
Simulation of HP
Compressor
Modulation effects (Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Univibe, Tremolo)
Distortion pedals (TS9, RTW, DS1, Fuzzface, Octavia)
Delays
Reverb
Expression pedal
Noise Reduction

UTILIZATION

- The general configuration is it simple?
Configuration is very simple.

- Publishing of sound effects or is it easy?
Editing of effects could not be easier, we select an effect, we look at the matrix, turn the knobs is played.

- The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
The manual is very clear and French
I just struggled to find the noise gate but otherwise fine.

SOUND QUALITY

- Effects are they effective, responsive and realistic enough?
The effects are very effective, very appropriate.
The amp models are excellent, distortion pedals as well.
We can all play with (JAZZ, ROCK, POP, METAL).

- Which instruments do you use?
I use it with a guitar and a bass.

- Which ones you prefer, you hate?
I have a preference for Univibe and the phaser that are very well modeled.
The whammy is very suitable.
A small problem for the octave and fuzz that are not top.
Most is that you can bypass the amp simulations and HP and serve only the effects section.

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?
I have been using 2 joours before but I had a Tonelab.

- What is so special that you like most and least?
+: Easy to edit sounds, amp models, delays and reverbs the
-: The octave, the fuzz. The present facade is no longer available, but via a hidden feature, too bad.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
I tried a POD XT.

- How would you rate the quality / price?
The price / quality ratio is excellent considering all the effects available and their quality.

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
Yes, of course.
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  • Manufacturer: Vox
  • Model: Tonelab LE
  • Series: Tonelab
  • Category: Guitar Amp Simulation Pedals
  • Added in our database on: 01/20/2007

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Other names: tonelable, t 1 lab le, t 1 lable

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