« Surpise it works »Publié le 07/06/11 à 12:22
Delivers amazing acoustic guitar simulation using a standard electric guitar
Four acoustic "modes" give guitarists distinct acoustic sounds: "Standard," "Jumbo," "Enhanced" and "Piezo"
"Top" knob adjusts the effect's overall brilliance and harmonics
"Body" adjusts the resonance of the simulated acoustic guitar body
Individual outputs for effected and un-effected sound allow for the use of separate signal chains and amplifiers
Controls: Level, Body, Top, 4-way Mode switch
Connectors: Input, E.G. Out, Output, AC Adaptor
Current Draw: 18 mA (DC 9V)
Weight: 440 g (1 lb.)
Nominal Input Level: -20dBm
Input Impedance: 1Mohm
Nominal Output Level: -20dBm
Output Impedance: 1kohm
Residual Noise Level: -80dBm (IHF-A weighted, typ. BODY: center, Top:center)
Recommended AC Adaptor: PSA Series
This pedal does work and works very well. Let me be very clear, it will not replace the tone of a real acoustic guitar no matter how trashy a cheap acoustic guitar sounds. If you have a cheap acoustic guitar, that guitar will sound better and more natural than an electric guitar using this pedal. However, this is great for a gigging musician that has an acoustic part in a sound and needs to switch quickly to an electric part of a song.
The tone of this pedal is decent for the playing who doesn't want to carry an acoustic guitar to a gig and only use it for minimal parts. You can just bring this pedal and your favorite electric guitar and have that acoustic sound quickly and easily for live uses.
I would not recommend this pedal as a replacement for an acoustic guitar in a recording session. This pedal will not get the hollow tone or organic feeling of a real acoustic guitar.
These pedals have now been replaced with the AC-3 which is a little bit better because it has reverb in the pedal and that is the only difference.