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Toneworks Ampworks Bass Modeling Signal Processor
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You can use the Toneworks Ampworks Bass Modeling Signal Processor to create 11 of the most sought-after bass amp sounds and combine them any way you ...Read More
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The bass player's secret weapon for stage and studio!
You can use the Toneworks Ampworks Bass Modeling Signal Processor to create 11 of the most sought-after bass amp sounds and combine them any way you like with 10 cab models and a rich variety of effects. Eleven preset programs provide quintessential settings for each amp model and you can store two of your own. Knob-based interface provides quick, intuitive editing. Headphone jack, selectable outputs, footswitch for bypass, and three settings, plus battery and AC power.
- 11 amp sounds
- 10 cab models
- Variety of effects
- 11 preset programs
- 2 programmable presets
- Knob-based interface
- Headphone jack
- Selectable outputs
- Footswitch for bypass
For masterful recordings and spot-on stage covers, this little unit can't be beat. At this price it's a steal. Order today.
Ampworks Bass Modeling Signal Processor
- Programs: 2 user, 1 manual, 11 preset
Input: Bass input (mono 1/4" jack)
Output: Line/headphone dual-purpose output (stereo 1/4" jack)
Power supply: 2 AA alkaline batteries (allows approximately 10 hours
of continuous use) or separately sold AC adapter (KA 191)
Dimensions: 5.67"W x 3.07"D x 1.89"H
Weight: 0.49 lbs.
Reviewed by 8 customers
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Overall, it's a very good little modeling unit. Some good tones on there, but can hiss a bit with certain amp/combo combinations. Ability to bypass cab and effects modeling, but you must use one of the amp modelers. Effective EQ, loads of good tones!
This thing is pretty dang good for the price. It's a lil noisy at first, but the noise can be tweaked with the noise reduction feature. it really solidifies your sound well. i look forward to using it for a good long while.
This little box sounds fantastic and has plenty of gain to serve as a deluxe headphone amp( which is why I bought it).
Low-budget modeling box. Only slightly better than plugging-in direct, and I'm thinking about returning it. I read elsewhere that certain amp/cabinet combinations are noisy, but didn't expect this much background noise. Why would changing the cabinet increase the noise? (It's NOT hum from the bass, this is internal noise generated by the box.) Non-adjustable noise gate on all settings. Only 2 user presets. White lettering on silver knobs is VERY hard to read - Why didn't they use black lettering like the rest of the box? Effects are pretty good, modeling is OK, but internal noise and difficult to use settings destroy the function of this product.
Loaded with features , nice price . Sound to good to be true ,?, YEP!!!Don't get me wrong this thing is cool for what it is. But that is all it is.If you want amp modeling , it's great.if you want processing look elsewhere.Think of it this way , it is nothing more than a amp modeler , and to sweeten the deal they threw in junk effectsI did a RMA and got the Digitech BP50.
The Korg ToneWorks Ampworks system for bass has some very nice attributes to its sound, but it also falters in some aspects. I experimented with it on a Rogue 30watt acoustic amp, and boy, the effects that flowed out of the tiny yet powerful processor rocked! The effects had great tone and clarity, much to my suprise. I had read many reviews commenting on its "loud background noise", and somehow, i wasnt hearing it. The Octave, Chorus, and Delay effects were among my top favorites, and the jazz amp modeler also produced a nice sound.I soon learned of the ToneWorks flaws when i got home. Plugging it into my Ibanez SoundWave 35watt bass amp, i found the flaw that was commented on by so many reviews--A Lot of Background Noise. A fuzzy sound, not pleasing to the ear, that's for sure, underlied all of my playing. Changing the tone on my five-string did not cover up the fuzz--it was still there. However, I am satisfied with Korg's ToneWorks, and will continue to use it, more so on the acoustic amp. Listening to the effects demos on korg.com really showed me the sound and potential before I bought it. As a conclusion, I would have to say that the ToneWorks AmpWorks for Bass gives you plenty of effects for your green, but the only flaw is the fuzzy noise underlying the system's sound.
I got this little beast a while ago in searching for that "cheap fix" to putting some punch in my lown end. I like the full-on sound you can get out of this thing if you tweak it right. Others have said it, and I'll say it too, it's noisy! It helps if you use a bass with active circuitry with this unit, but ultimately if your bass work needs clear and precise highs you might look somewhere else, the noise will probably show up in your mix. However if you're like me and prefer punchy low end and crisp transparent midrange then this little guy will become your best friend in the studio and on stage.
This processor has alot of tones and effects, but one drawback is some of the combinations that you can make hiss and have feedback. If you have a good equilizer on your amp you can eliminate it. But some of the tone and richness will be lost. This thing is awesome if you are low on the $$$$$$$$$$$$$