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nowa 05/22/2004

Vox Tonelab : nowa's user review


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Amp simulator modlisation beautiful, combining digital and light (a real one!), With analog and SPDIF.
96 programmable pRSET (but some factory presets are top. Among the presets are found prrglages that ring directly as Santana, Police, Queen, U2, Hendrix, etc.).
16 amps + 10 HP + 10 + effects pedals modlises modulations and reverbs + + dlais ... everything is very simple to handle and sounds right away.
Can be programmed sounds, or act on the fly like an amp with knobs for EQ, gain, saturation and prsence.
Submitted to the bte flat. It is convenient, but for live, one must pedals.
There is a tuner function.


The manual is kind of really nice, and in French. All fawns, there is really no need to spend hours. The operation is comprhensible IMMEDIATE and there are sounds now!


Sounds ... sounds ... they are superb!
It can scan all styles, from clean Dfine best to trash the dirtiest, through all shades of crunch, blues, grunge, etc..
Whatever the sound, it is always quite friendly and Dfine (lamp really works!), Even the sounds of the most metal. Frankly, I do not see much of the intrt vritable amp!
As most effects are excellent ... I can not see well either the trs intrt to have additional pedals!
My guitar is a PRS Tremonti. I've mostly home studio, so direct connection-to-disk mainly.


I bought the Tonelab this morning. I'm really excited.
I tried the Pod XT Pro, but compared the sounds seem thinner, less rich, more "imitation" in fact, while with Tonelab was immediately a big sound trs, tr s prcis.
J'hsitais a little too fearful stain Vox type, but no problem, the sound palette is very wide rev.
In addition, the Casing is trsrussi, a beautiful blue brushed mtal all, with enough guts Retailer of quality of knobs and the light that lights on top !
Before I had a Boss GX 700. Difference is the norm! There's really no comparison! I make music for quite some years, and I do not often t as impressed (or as instantanment) with the Tonelab?