Released April, 2009
The Pros:Solid body, all metal construction with heavy duty foot switches. The small manual gives enough information to get you started. LEDs give good quick-reference feedback on what's going on.
The Cons:LCD is fairly small and hard to read when you're standing.
The Zoom G9.2tt is a multi-effect guitar pedal. This is similar to the Zoom G7.1ut, but has 120 effects in 10 modules and has a built-in Z-pedal for 4-direction effects manipulation on the fly. Otherwise they are the same, with an Energizer that uses a 12AX7 tube for clean amplification and a 32-bit DSP system for high quality audio processing.
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Output can be modified for various types of amps, and a Cabinet on/off switch modifies the output for recording or live play. Input can be modified before processing with a 2 channel preamp, and a 6-band graphic equalizer allows for fine control of the output. The effects are modeled after guitar amp and stomb boxes, and 4 analog style rotary knobs enable an interface that works similar to the analog devices.
- Z-pedal built in
- Energizer with 12AX7 tube
- ZFX-3 32-bit DSP
- 120 effects in 10 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
User Reviews (2)
solid body, all metal construction with heavy duty foot switches
the small manual gives enough information to get you started
LEDs give good quick-reference feedback on what's going on
simple enough to use for first-time users and novices
switching between patches can be done with foot-switches, makes for uninterrupted playing
delivers high fidelity audio, no unwanted distortion
LCD is fairly small and hard to read when you're standing
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