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Zoom G1M Michael Amott Signature Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal
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Premier guitar sounds from a world-class player.
True guitar prodigies quickly emerge beyond their respective national scenes into the worldwide arena as a result of their exceptional talent and remarkable accolades. In light of his renowned abilities and worldwide recognition, Zoom has created the G1M to showcase the varying tones of guitar virtuoso Michael Amott.
Amott has ravaged the metal scenes across multiple continents for many years. From his earlier days with Carcass to his more recent projects of Spiritual Beggars and Arch Enemy, Michael is known for sweeping, melodic leads, furious, heavy riffs and an affinity for twin guitar harmonies. As a result of his impressive resume and tonal diversity, Zoom has captured his favorite sounds in the form of the G1M signature effects pedal.
With 40 patches designed by Michael Amott and 40 patches for the user to fill, the G1M is based on Zoom's incredibly popular G1 pedal and features 32-bit signal processing and 96kHz sampling with a built-in drum machine and harmonized pitch shifter. It also includes a custom poster, patch list, specially designed pick and a greeting card from Michael Amott.
Designed with sounds to incorporate and inspire, this new signature pedal combines the style and feel of a rock prodigy with the effects expertise of Zoom. With the G1M, melody and fury collide for a full tonal onslaught.
- 40 amazing presets by Michael Amott himself
- Zoom ZFX-3 24-bit/96KHz digital multi-effects processor
- 40kHz frequency response
- Built-in drum machine and harmonized pitch shifter
- 54 effects types / 8 modules
- 80 patches (40 signature sounds and 40 user defined)
- Operates on 4 AA batteries or included AC power adapter
- Included Accessories
- AD-0006D AC adapter
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G1M Michael Amott Signature Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal
- Pedals: Next Preset Pedal, Previous Preset Pedal
Controls: Mode Select Knob, Edit Knob, Rhythm Generator Start/Stop Toggle Button, Tap Tempo Button, Store Button
Connectors: 1/4" Guitar Input, 1/4" Stereo Line Out/Headphone Out Jack, Expression Pedal Input, Foot Switch Input
Effects: Harmonized Pitch Shifter, Reverb, Delay, Modulation, Amp Simulation, EQ, Overdrive, Compression
Display: Large 2-digit LED display
Power: 4 x "AA" Batteries or Included AC Adapter
Dimensions (WxHxD): 5.35 x 2.05 x 6.10" (136 x 52 x 155mm)
Weight: 12.35oz. (350g)
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I got this 'new' used from parents of a kid bought it and he didn't want it because he wanted to play bass so they got him a bass pedal instead. Suits me. I paid $30 and it had never been used. I didn't get the greeting card or magic pick that comes with it though. dangit! I think the effects on this are the same as the normal G1 except this has a name on the front and evidently the presets are all designed by him. I played through them for about 5 minutes and they are mostly full, heavy, metally stuff with some more 'spookey' clean effecty ones like chorus/delay cascades with deep reverb kind of stuff. Not bad but I prefer making my own, especially with something as easy to edit as this. They're pretty cool if you don't feel like spending 5 minutes tweaking knobs though. I'm sure he spent lots more time programming them than the Zoom engineer guys who did the presets on my G2. I like this better than my G2. Sounds and effects very nearly the same (G2 has more), the G2 has more editable parameters too, but it gets more complicated than I need. G1 is ideal for a non-techy guitarist who wants to say "I want to sound like (X)" and just turn the knob to it. There's just an edit knob for a parameter and its so easy you wont need a manual except to translate what some of the 2-character display stuff means. If you can't guess what OD or MZ means when you hear it, a hint: turn up the gain. All in all it's a good pedal, cheap, simple and very hassle free, but I don't know who this Michael guy is (sorry man if you are reading this), it doesn't really matter to me though because the pedal sounds good.