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G-Lab GSC-2

Pedal/Controller from G-Lab

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G-Lab GSC-2Published on 05/25/09 at 04:34
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As a lot of people I think I had a little aprehension, I did not know the brand I did not know how to trust my functioned and artillery this machine that would become the heart of my installation seemed risky, given I said that the price c'tait a small gadget for beginner but tamps, lack of means a Swiss Army knife that does everything almost, if I'm from I was not much risk will make a crankset noon I dbale the GSC2 and amazement I watch AC manufacturing quality is less hardware than the pubs all is provided a large power cable and power of pedals (I remind you that the crankset food as the pedals in electricity rgules with 6 outputs), I hasten to look at the doc in less than 10 minutes...…
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As a lot of people I think I had a little aprehension, I did not know the brand I did not know how to trust my functioned and artillery this machine that would become the heart of my installation seemed risky, given I said that the price c'tait a small gadget for beginner but tamps, lack of means a Swiss Army knife that does everything almost, if I'm from I was not much risk will make a crankset noon I dbale the GSC2 and amazement I watch AC manufacturing quality is less hardware than the pubs all is provided a large power cable and power of pedals (I remind you that the crankset food as the pedals in electricity rgules with 6 outputs), I hasten to look at the doc in less than 10 minutes I program a dozen DIFFERENT sounds change MIDI program switch amp and insertion of my best pedals in the journey of the guitar, I bypass it all to get me the wheat from the hot amp with nothing in my ears and I presents the crankset with all the pedals and no breath surprise total transparency dynamics remains intact guitar sound retains its texture, I juggle a new sound to the other loops dfillent the sounds of multi insert effect in the amp synchronize the channels of the amp (on my own I have 3) also follow no problem popping or parasite, phew !! rjouissement I aperois me it's a great product the only problem I would say even addiction addiction immdiate we ask the question right away, how I could spend all ais those years without him? the next day I command the bypass thrue for whawha and? like madness old vox food and LSI in the gsc starts in the journey by simply setting foot on he same applies for the module midifi integration and command of the GSC2 that allowed me to insert my amp that sounds both vintage machinery when it is in the configuration of a particular sound but have nothing to do in another sound, for example, with this small module you have the possibility to insert a 70 cfm Roland shower 3000 in service or not, or both at the same time without decabler and even if you want to keep the st ro icing on the cake I think I'll find a good one is the default! I take a free loop of the 6 proposed another amp I plug the send, this m memory I have sent a volume of Contrle Azro to silence the first amp and putting it on the ground lift SECOND voil the crankset becomes amp control, everything has to just under 400 euros? fairly cheap my son, if you do not snobby ect or thrifty you are looking for this type of device does not esitez, configue in the same hardware across the Atlantic cost you everything just three times more expensive, and finally to finish by answering two key questions: why and why so so cheap voil the answer; g lab is part of the Polish group Elzab flagship Polish booming industry spcialis in the manufacture of automated electronic machine and electromechanical (also include electro mechanical relays in the gsc) was all in ultra modern factories and franais Secondly the importer ( guitars addict) who has flere must be a connoisseur in view of the high tech destiny pro brands that it has in its catalog it is clear he was not going to take any risks with hazardous hardware , here in any case I would do the same investment without problems I'll just look forward to what we concoct the engineers of g lab, they will sing us so much, espront in any case, for a first jet show much ingenuity with more than reasonable prices I say all just cheer when the snobs tamps for them the stage is all about the efficiency space saving reliability in all If not a fashion SCROLL ....
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Taquet2012Taquet2012

Quickly essential Glab thank you!

G-Lab GSC-2Published on 06/17/13 at 13:39
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I use it for several months. I'm a guitarist and touch all that leads me to have many pedals. Very nice to have a lot of pedals, but it quickly becomes tedious when regularly changing sounds. With this machine, the problem is solved.
The machine (which seems very solid) is very easy to configure, each footswitch can have the function that you want. Importantly, there is no latency between each preset!
Wholesale bonus, there are six outputs to drive the pedals (which saves space), the ability to control 3 units morning (and that's still top), and an integrated buffer.
The downside? Come on, it lacks the ability to choose the chaining effects so it must reflect a chaining her before...…
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I use it for several months. I'm a guitarist and touch all that leads me to have many pedals. Very nice to have a lot of pedals, but it quickly becomes tedious when regularly changing sounds. With this machine, the problem is solved.
The machine (which seems very solid) is very easy to configure, each footswitch can have the function that you want. Importantly, there is no latency between each preset!
Wholesale bonus, there are six outputs to drive the pedals (which saves space), the ability to control 3 units morning (and that's still top), and an integrated buffer.
The downside? Come on, it lacks the ability to choose the chaining effects so it must reflect a chaining her before fixing everything and then a small screen to record their presets / functions on the footswitch was great but that's quibbling.
The quality / price? I do not know I do not know of any competitor in any case it is an investment that I do not regret.
Finally if you use the effects loop of your amp I recommend MIDI 4x loop to take full advantage!
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bl34bl34

BEAUTIFUL MACHINE

G-Lab GSC-2Published on 05/06/12 at 23:51
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I recently ...

This is the first time I use this kind of "crank" ...

Very handy when one needs to have several different sounds quite a bit and / or control other pedals (delay etc. twelve o'clock) (pm) and / or amp channels etc. ... it is quite formidable and effective!

very very good price / quality ratio!

I would do the same choice! or in the future the model above!
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KubryKKubryK

Something crazy!!

G-Lab GSC-2Published on 04/17/12 at 01:38
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So here, I've had less than a week and it's something crazy!! It is for me, all the advantages of a crank and all the benefits of individual pedals! Finished playing the clappers.
I have not yet been able to test all functions of the beast, but what I could see I was very appealing. I use it with a wah, a DO, a distortion of Bourin, a Line 6 M5 and a chorus of at Boss. There are 6 loops. I have not tested other, but in that the there is an extra loop for the tuner (which is not included in other models) so really 6 loops for pedals. I can, leaving an example frees more and plugging my Line 6 in the loop since I can order it by noon. IT is possible to control the sound of his amp...…
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So here, I've had less than a week and it's something crazy!! It is for me, all the advantages of a crank and all the benefits of individual pedals! Finished playing the clappers.
I have not yet been able to test all functions of the beast, but what I could see I was very appealing. I use it with a wah, a DO, a distortion of Bourin, a Line 6 M5 and a chorus of at Boss. There are 6 loops. I have not tested other, but in that the there is an extra loop for the tuner (which is not included in other models) so really 6 loops for pedals. I can, leaving an example frees more and plugging my Line 6 in the loop since I can order it by noon. IT is possible to control the sound of his amp footswitch. Then that makes for a pedal to lug around. A power supply is included for all pedals. No more mutiprises and extension cords that never end.
I use the Wah Wah with a pad. Well it makes you wonder how we did before. Especially since my Wah, a interuptor deported. Well there you set foot, Wah snaps. You take your foot off the Wah and turns off. There is no lag nothing.
You can program the G-Lab directly or by means of a PC that makes it much easier and gives access to parameters that are not available online. on the other hand, it's dope, but the cable is not included ....
Regarding the control of the amp, a little thing bizare, the functions are reversed (at least for my amp), that is to say that not to have the distortion of the amp, I must face as if I wanted, and vice versa. It is the same for the reverb. The record (in Polish in the box, and English on the net) is talking about a new firmware version that will correct thing, but I did not find this version ...
I have not tested all functions noon.
I am far from having tested everything in this stuff, I will return to this opinion when I have tested more options.
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  • Manufacturer: G-Lab
  • Model: GSC-2
  • Category: Pedals/Controllers
  • Added in our database on: 02/16/2009

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