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Vox StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor  

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Overview
  • A total of 100 preset programs are categorized into styles such as rock, blues, metal, and pop
  • Easy to use interface; even novice users can instantly access the sounds they want!
  • StompLab IG provides 103 types of modeling effects, StompLab IIG provides 104 types, StompLab IB provides 60 types, and StompLab IIB provides 61 types
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Powerful sounds and a sophisticated appearance that shatter expectations for compact guitar multi-effect units.

The StompLab series of effect pedals are impressive new contenders that pack powerful sounds into compact and sophisticated looking metal bodies. Sound variations are categorized by style, such as rock, blues, and ballad, making it easy for even novice users to recall the desired sound. In addition to the StompLab IG’s dedicated guitar modeling and the StompLab IB dedicated bass modeling, the lineup also includes the StompLab IIG and IIB which provide an expression pedal. With high-quality looks, plus its high quality sound, the StompLab series will be a great companion for the guitarist or bassist for years to come.

First check out the sounds!
Multi-effects units contain an incredibly diverse array of sounds that range from distorted to clean, and the sheer number of these sounds can be staggering. Although having a large number of sounds is a great advantage, it can also overwhelm the novice user, causing difficulty or confusion. The StompLab series is designed to be easily usable, even by novice players. Since each program is named with a musical style, such as rock, blues, or metal. You’ll be able to find the perfect sound without being concerned with specific effect names. The musical styles are categorized into ten types, and cover everything from straight-ahead traditional styles to quirky, unusual sounds. There are ten variations for each category, so you're sure to find sounds you like.

Create your own original sounds!
Simply playing the preset sounds is a lot of fun, but you'll definitely want to create some of your own original sounds as well. The StompLab IIG contains 104 types of modeling effects. These effects are categorized as pedal, amp, drive, cabinet, modulation, delay, and reverb effects. When noise reduction is included, you can use up to 8 of them simultaneously. Each effect type provides multiple parameters that you can deeply edit to create your perfect sound. Since the sound engine is equivalent to those featured on the worldwide best-selling VT+ series of modeling amps and the ToneLab series of multi-effect units, you need no further guarantee of quality. Sounds you create can be saved as 20 user programs.

It looks great!
The StompLab series was designed with great care, not only for its sounds, but also for its superb aesthetic. You'll never get tired of the cool metallic exterior. The pedal design is reminiscent of the vintage VOX wah pedals, which is sure to boost inspiration. One of the attractions of the StompLab series is the high-quality appearance, which is unheard of among other compact multi-effect units. It sounds excellent, it looks great and it’s compact enough to fit into a gig bag, so you can take it along with you anywhere your music takes you, quickly and easily.

Use the expression pedal for realtime control!
The StompLab IIG and IIB are equipped with an expression pedal that can be used to control wah and volume, and also the parameters of each effect. You'll be free to create unique original sounds that you've never heard before.

Packed with convenient functions including a tuner!
The StompLab series has a built-in chromatic tuner, so you won't need to provide one separately. The three-LED indicator makes tuning easy. For convenience on stage, there's a mute function that lets you tune without being heard by others. Headphones can also be connected, so you'll be able to play at home late into the night without disturbing anyone. Battery operation makes these units easily portable, letting you enjoy serious sound from your guitar or bass wherever you go.

Features
  • A total of 100 preset programs are categorized into styles such as rock, blues, metal, and pop
  • Easy to use interface; even novice users can instantly access the sounds they want!
  • StompLab IG provides 103 types of modeling effects, StompLab IIG provides 104 types, StompLab IB provides 60 types, and StompLab IIB provides 61 types
  • Each effect model boasts a sound engine that has been distilled from the worldwide best-selling VT+ series of modeling amps as well as the ToneLab series of multi-effect units.
  • Edit and save 20 of your own user programs
  • Up to eight effect models can be used simultaneously
  • Sophisticated appearance that was unimaginable for older effect units.
  • The StompLab IIG and IIB provide an expression pedal that lets you control a variety of effect parameters including wah and volume
  • Two-way power; works on batteries or on the AC adapter (separately sold)

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StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor Specifications:

  • Effect Type
  • Pedal (8): Comp, Wah, Auto Wah, Brn Octave, Acoustic, U-Vibe, Tone, Ring Mod
  • Amp(44) : BTQ Clean, Pure Clean, Jazz Clean 1, Jazz Clean 2, Cali Clean 1, Cali Clean 2, Cali Clean 3, Cali Clean 4, Vox AC4, Vox AC15TB, Vox AC15, Vox AC30TB, Vox AC30HH, Vox Crunch, US Blues 1, US Blues 2, US Blues 3, US Blues 4, US 2x12 1, US 2x12 2, US 2x12 3, US 2x12 4, UK Rock 1, UK Rock 2, UK Rock 3, UK Rock 4, BTQ OD, Vox NT15, Vox AC30BM, UK Metal 1, UK Metal 2, UK Metal 3, UK Metal 4, US HiGain 1, US HiGain 2, US HiGain 3, US HiGain 4, US Metal 1, US Metal 2, US Metal 3, US Metal 4, BTQ Metal 1, BTQ Metal 2, BTQ Metal 3
  • Drive (18): Tone Drive, Blue Drive, Treble Boost, Gold Drive, Tube OD, Brit Lead, Fat, Metal Dist, Rock Planet, Tube Dx, Orange Dist, Classic+, Germanium Fuzz, Big Fuzz, Vox Tone Bender, Octa Fuzz, Techno Fuzz, Crusher
  • Cabinet (12): Tweed 1x8, Tweed 1x12, Tweed 4x10, Black 2x10, Black 2x12, Vox AC15, Vox AC30, Vox AD120VTX, UK H30 4x12, UK T75 4x12, US V30 4x12, Custom
  • Modulation (9): CE Chorus, Multi Chorus, Flanger, Org Phase, Twin Trem, G4 Rotary, Pitch Shift, Filtron1 (Auto), Filtron2 (Manual)
  • Display (8): Analog Delay 1, Analog Delay 2, Analog Delay 3, Analog Delay 4, Echo 1, Echo 2, Echo 3, Echo 4
  • Reverb (3): Room, Spring, Hall
  • Noise Reduction (1)
  • Program Category
  • Ballad×10, Jazz/Fusion×10, Pop×10, Blues×10, Rock & Roll×10, Rock×10, Hard Rock×10, Metal×10, Hard Core×10, Other×10, User×20
  • Technical Specifications
  • The number of Program: 120 (User = 20 / Preset = 100)
  • Audio Input: 1 (Monaural Standard)
  • Audio Output: OUTPUT/PHONES (Stereo Standard)
  • Signal processing: A/D conversion: 24-bit / D/A conversion: 24-bit
  • Tuner: Measurement Range: A0 - E6
  • Calibration Range: A=438 Hz – 445 Hz
  • Power: AA battery x 4 DC 9V (Option: AC Adapter)(Approx 200mA current consumption)
  • Battery Life: 7.5 hours (Alkaline battery)
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 8.15" x 4.92" x 2.52"
  • Weight: 1.72 oz
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VoxStompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor
 
3.4

(based on 7 reviews)

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33%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Compact (6)
  • Good selection of effects (3)
  • Responsive (3)
  • Versatile (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home studio (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Professional musician (4), Experienced (3)

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    5.0

    Stomp up some noise

    By Crust

    from Brockton, MA

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    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Excellent Sound Quality
    • Good Selection Of Effects
    • Responsive
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Vox StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor:

        Stomp on this thing to produce electric guitar tones and noises...good stuff, cool effects. Get one and find out for yourself. Vox makes a quality product :)

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        great effect processor

        By generic89

        from são paulo, sp

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Compact Design
        • Responsive
        • Versatile

        Cons

        • Not So Easy To Use

        Best Uses

        • Home Studio

        Comments about Vox StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor:

        it's a great unit if you use properly. yes, it's small but you should already know that so stop complaining about the small expression pedal. haha
        the built-in "presets" are not great, don't use them. what you should really do is to program your own presets, and turn off the amp modulation for god's sake. i don't like digital overdrives too, they always sound bad, no matter what. bottom line, take some time to program your own presets(20 max) and use analog distortions.

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        (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        OK if you want amp modelling but limited

        By Gator Blue

        from Ft,. Worth, Texas

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Compact Design

        Cons

        • Not Responsive

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording

        Comments about Vox StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor:

        Some effects, such as reverb, tremelo, delay are fine, however, the box does not allow you to add OD or distortion unless you pick an amp modeling method. Example, my 57 Tweed Deluxe has incredible tone and I don't want to change that by "modeling" another amp. If you use something like say, a Zoom, you can add OD with the amp modeling off, so the OD signal goes straight to your amp w/o the modeling effect. Not possible in this unit. For distortion, OD and some other effects, the Stomplab requires that you pick an amp model for those to work. In my case, I'd be limited to the other effects. Those effects are good, but you are limited to them only unless you choose to color your amp's sound with modelling.

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        (1 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        Stomp lab junk

        By Stratobill

        from outside atlanta

        About Me Professional Musician

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        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Price Is Cheap

        Cons

        • Breaks Easily
        • Difficult To Use
        • Quit Powering Up
        • Too Small To Use Properly

        Best Uses

        • Paper weight

        Comments about Vox StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor:

        Bought this on a whim and sorry I did. Some of the pre sets are OK , but very repetitious sounds. After very, very limited home use with this item it quit powering up entirely. This is a miniature piece of junk,,,do not waste your money.

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        (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Sweet sounds and super simple

        By Jdog1

        from Minnesota

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Compact Design
        • Excellent Sound Quality
        • Good Selection Of Effects
        • Responsive
        • Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Home Studio
          • Performances

          Comments about Vox StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor:

          I've been playing guitar for 25 years. I own Les Pauls and Fenders, Marshall, Fender and Orange Amps. I've been playing in cover bands for 15 years. I love Pedals, particularly Boss, but I've owned Multi FX units in the past including a Digitech RP1000, The Boss ME-70 and units from DOD. I tell you all this so you know I'm not a basement player plinking chords all day. This pedal is the real deal. If you're looking for a compact, sweet sounding unit for playing at home or for jamming when you don't want to haul around the Tube Amp, buy this now. The sounds are every bit as good as the RP1000 and about 5 times better than the ME-70. And that's without tweaking. Editing is simple and to the point. I've already created a patch that sounds extremely close to my Marshall JMP 50. A-B'd it for an hour and presto, instant backup and jam machine with tones close enough to the real thing to make me smile. I also use it with my other pedals, including some overdrives and chorus and it takes them well. Real well. Good unit, easy to use.

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          (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          Too quirky for my needs

          By Norseferatu

          from Cape Cod, Massachusetts

          About Me Professional Musician

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Compact Design
          • Good Selection Of Effects

          Cons

          • Background Noise
          • Momentary Lapses In Sound
          • Not Responsive

          Best Uses

          • Amateur Recording
          • Home Studio

          Comments about Vox StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor:

          Overall this unit produces some great sounds and is of a decent quality. However, a massive change in volume sometimes occurs when switching between preset effects. I bought this hoping to bring some Vox sounds onto the stage, so the volume issue is a major problem. I will be sending it back.

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          (5 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

           
          2.0

          vox stomplab 2G design issues

          By rds

          from memphis tn

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          Pros

          • Compact Design

          Cons

          • Bad Design
          • Difficult To Use
          • Poor Sound Quality

          Best Uses

            Comments about Vox StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor:

            expression pedal is a bad design. too small to accurately control parameters. just taking your foot off changes the parameter you already had a hard time getting to. if used on carpet the pedal is useless. push in the pedal and the whole unit tips forward, pull back and unit comes back. almost useless to get a particular place set for say, modulation speed. the reverbs do not sound good. the filters did sound good, but you cant control them properly with this stupid tiny expression pedal. body of the unit was solid, but the sides are plastic. guaranteed to break at some point. overall I would not recommend this to anyone. there are much better pedals out there.

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