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Zoom G9.2tt


$299.00 Released April, 2009

Product Shot 1 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.

Features

  • 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

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    solid body, all metal construction with heavy duty foot switches

  • 1

    the small manual gives enough information to get you started

  • 1

    LEDs give good quick-reference feedback on what's going on

  • 1

    simple enough to use for first-time users and novices

  • 1

    switching between patches can be done with foot-switches, makes for uninterrupted playing

  • 1

    delivers high fidelity audio, no unwanted distortion

Cons
  • 1

    LCD is fairly small and hard to read when you're standing

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