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Zoom G7.1ut


$229.00 Released April, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Capable of a wide range of tonal qualities. Can produce organic sounds if tuned right and the compressors are set correctly. Can use a lot of effects simultaneously, much more than other multi-effect pedals of this class.

The Cons:Wah isn't as sensitive as an authentic wah pedal. Tremolo is a bit weak, could be more effective. Distortions sound mildly digital, feels off to expert ears.

The Zoom G7.1ut is a multi-effects guitar pedal. This is similar to the Zoom G9.2tt, but has 92 effects in 9 modules and doesn't have a built-in Z-pedal. The main focus of this pedal is on compatibility with other components, and in addition to a number of inputs and outputs also changes output to match the amp being used, and can alter output for live performance or recording using a Cabinet toggle.

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Full interaction with MIDI devices is available, and connection with PC software is possible through the USB port. A 2 channel preamp modifies highs and lows before processing, and a 6-band graphic equalizer offers precise control over the output. Input is processed using a 96 kHz sampling rate using a 32-bit DSP, and can be manipulated on the fly using 4 analog style rotary knobs. Modeling of a number of guitar amplifiers and stomp boxes has been used and is available through a number of presets.

Features

  • Energizer with 12AX7 tube
  • ZFX-3 32-bit DSP
  • 92 effects in 9 modules
  • 96 kHz sampling
  • 24-bit A/D/A
  • 2 channel preamp
  • Amp select feature
  • CABINET on/off
  • 6-band graphic equalizer
  • Guitar amplifier/stomp box modeling
  • 4 analog style rotary knob interface
  • Built-in tuner
  • ZOOM Noise Reduction (ZNR)
  • Metal chassis, rubber damping
  • USB connection, MIDI In/Out jacks, AUX In

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Pros
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    capable of a wide range of tonal qualities

  • 1

    can produce organic sounds if tuned right and the compressors are set correctly

  • 1

    can use a lot of effects simultaneously, much more than other multi-effect pedals of this class

Cons
  • 1

    wah isn't as sensitive as an authentic wah pedal

  • 1

    tremolo is a bit weak, could be more effective

  • 1

    distortions sound mildly digital, feels off to expert ears

  • 1

    takes a lot of experimenting and study to learn all of the functions

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