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Low-priced REMS modeling technology for the acoustic-electric player.
Transforms your piezo sound into a true acoustic sound, models the body resonances of famous new and vintage acoustic guitars. Simulation effects transform your axe into a resonator, steel or nylon-string guitar. Mic effects add another level of authentic and variety to your soundscape. Also good for clean electric guitar. 40 editable presets with 40 user locations in all. Effects employ Korg's acclaimed REMS technology for cutting-edge quality. Intuitive, knob-based and expression pedal control of models, effects, and parameters, including the notch filter. As onstage necessities, includes a chromatic tuner and a lock/hold function to prevent mid-performance accidental changes.
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This is the best acoustic guitar digital multi- effects unit on the market. If hooked up and set up properly there will no problems with low outputor low signal-to-effect ratio.I was looking for the best acoustic effects box on the market so I could use it as a guide to buy a cheaper model for my church. I found this pedal to be the best out there, and then I realized that the price was great as well. I would never buy anything else.
Overall a great value for the price. It does what I wanted it to do, which is to make my acoustic electrics sound better (Like an acoustic) when amplified. Currently, I've used it live with my Alvarez-Yairi, Takamine EG330SC, and Taylor 210 Acoustic Electrics. It sounds great by itself, but I also mike the sound hole with a Shure SM for added reinforcement. I've used it through both my Fender Acoustisonic SFX and small Yamaha 4-channel PA. I'm still experimenting with it and getting some experiment with the interface, which is not too difficult at this point. I would suggest using headphones with the unit when first adjusting the tone. Then, work the guitar and board tone to fine tune live sound. The Chorus effect is adequate, but I would have preferred more control options. I was using a cheaper ZOOM acoustic processor before, which actually wasn't too bad. But this is definitely better and more durable. Don't let the price or some ignorant reviewer fool you. I am extremely critical of my guitar sound and comfortable with my abilities. I hope Korg ToneWorks continues to develop the product. It didn't sound that much different than the more expensive boxes I ran through the paces.
I was disappointed with the whole package. The output volume was weak even when maxed. Similarly, the effects (delay, chorus, etc.) were barely noticeable. I am a Korg fan, but this did not sound as good as an inexpensive Zoom acoustic pedal.
I thought that the zoom processor was the best out her for acoustic guitar, well I was wrong. When I got my processor I was so impatient to try it out on church but meanwhile, I hook it up in my fender amp. I really like the sound that it was giving but I specially like the notch that controls the feed back. I like the fact that it has so many features, in specific, the different sounds of guitars. When I hook it up in church, it gave me a better sound and better control of different type of sound that I was looking for in a processor, especially for our many different worship songs. I rely enjoy using my AX10A and I would definitely recommend you to buy it.
This is the first modeler I have used that is specially designed for accoustics. It is not simply a renamed version of the AX10G, and it works really well, especially for the price. It is loaded with features and produces a variety of different accoustic sounds with all of the usual effects features (echo, chorus, etc) and it has a notch control that controls feedback. My only real complaint is that it is somewhat slow to pedal through all the presets when you need one quickly.
For the price It can't be beat. I enjoy the different types of guitar models I can use for the different songs we do during our worship service. The only thing I don't like is not being able to hold down on one of the bank pedals to scroll through the presets, you have to click to each one.