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Incredible effects and high-quality amp simulations are just the beginning with this multi-faceted tone monster!

Zoom took the groundbreaking design of its G3 multi-effects pedal and dialed it up a notch with the G5 Guitar Effects and Amp Simulator Pedal. The G5 combines the ease of a stompbox pedalboard and the power of a multi-effects pedal and USB audio interface, along with an extra LCD display/footswitch interface, Tube Booster, 3D Z-pedal and additional amp models and effects. While extremely easy to use, the G5 gives you the ultimate in control over your guitar tones for in stage and studio settings.

Up To Nine Simultaneous Stomp
The Zoom G5 offers four large LCD displays and corresponding footswitches that form a graphical interface, allowing you to utilize up to nine stompbox and amp effects simultaneously. The interface has also been simplified with three control knobs for each display. This intuitive design makes creating, saving and rearranging the effect chain of your own sounds a breeze and provides easy navigation in live and studio settings.

Tube Booster For Amp Overdrive
The G5's Tube Booster footswitch allows you to add sudden power and intensity to your performance, particularly when soloing. While its Boost control can add up to 16dB of amp overdrive, the Tone knob lets you control the EQ of your sounds with the added volume. The Tube Booster also offers extra power when recording directly to a line input.

Z-Pedal Offers 3D Parameter Control
The Z-pedal offers 3D action for a new sense of effect control. Not only can you press the pedal up and down as usual, you can also move it side to side. With 20 effects designed specifically for use with the Z-pedal, you can achieve complex tonal changes that are unlike any before. Furthermore, you can assign 3 parameters from any the 120 effects as you like using custom settings. With one foot on the pedal, take off into uncharted territory with creative effect sounds.

Evolution Of Tube-Amp Simulation
A newly developed sigmoid curve clipper re-creates the smooth clipping of a tube amp’s waveform. With its tube distortion, the G5 can simulate amplifier sounds, including clean, crunch and full-gain drive tones that are authentic to the original models while maintaining the nuances of picking and strumming techniques.

The Newest Generation Of DSP: ZFX-IV
The all-new ZFX-IV DSP effects processor boasts amazing power and clarity, upgrading everything from sound to functionality and operability over previous ZFX versions. By using 32-bit floating-point processing, the G5 can produce amplifier sounds that are more realistic than ever before.

Super-Real Amp Modeling
The G5's 22 super-real amp models range from vintage to the latest trends in amp technology, each with its own distinct cabinet modeling that can be used to alter its tone characteristics. By combining amplifiers and cabinets, you can digitally design your own custom rig. The G5's modeling technology provides the best tone for both live performance and direct recording.

World-Renowned Stompbox Effects
The G5 offers over 120 diverse types of stompbox effects, including some of the world's most popular guitar pedals and rack-mounted processors. You can use up to nine effects in any combination. The G5's wide range of effects includes distortion, compression, modulation, delay, and reverb. Its HD Reverb uses DSP power to produce a rich resonance that rivals outboard gear used in professional studios and live setups.

Over 140 Versatile Effects On-Board
Select from over 140 built-in DSP effects to create your own sounds on the G5. Try its renowned compression and wah pedals, chorus effects with stunning depth and resonant reverbs. Or let your tonal imagination run free with dynamic flangers, tremolos, harmonized pitch shifters, multi-tap delays, reverse delays and much more. It also includes over 150 patches personally designed by professional guitarists: Richie Kotzen, Kiko Loureiro(Angra), Rob Caggiano(Anthrax) and Mike Orlando. In addition, the G5 can store up to 297 (99 banks x 3 patches) of your original creations without a hitch.

Looper Function With 60-Second Phrase Recording/Overdubbing
The G5's Looper capabilities include 60 seconds of phrase recording and overdubbing. The “sound-on-sound” function allows you to layer guitar sounds as many times as you want in real time and use looped sounds as simple backing tracks. You can even create a “full band” feel with the built-in drum machine and DSP effects for a live solo.

Note: When the UNDO/REDO function is enabled, the recording time is limited to 30 seconds.

Your Personal Drummer
Every guitar player needs a drummer, and with the G5 you can choose from over 40 different rhythm patterns, including 4, 8 and 16-beat, shuffle and many others. The tap key also makes it easy to set tempo and start a one-man jam session anytime.

USB Audio Interface For DAW Recording
The G5 operates as an audio interface, letting you record directly to your computer via USB. All of your sound settings used during rehearsals or live performances can be recorded to your favorite DAW such as the included Steinberg Cubase LE recording software. The pedal's direct monitoring capability eliminates any latency issues, assuring realistic studio conditions and hassle-free operation.

Balanced XLR Output For DI Use
With its built-in XLR output, you can avoid DI boxes completely and directly connect the G5 to any mixing console and maintain a balanced, high quality signal. Its convenient Pre/Post switch can direct an effected sound to the main outputs while sending the original analog guitar signal directly to the XLR output without passing through an A/D converter.

Output Modes For Stage Or Studio
Different output modes allow you to optimize G5's tones based upon its connection with your personal rig. In addition to modes for the front inputs of combo and stack amps, G5 can be used as a preamp when connected to a power amp input. By selecting the direct mode with a line connection, you can achieve a realistic guitar sound that is optimal for live use and recording.

Accurate, Real-Time Tuner Function
The G5 pedal's Tuner function offers smooth, real-time response with precise guitar tuning accuracy. Whether you're in the middle of a performance or practicing alone in your room, simply hold down the pedal's center footswitch to start getting your strings back in tune. In addition, the G5's LCD displays and LED indicators make the Tuner easy to see on a dark stage, where you can also mute the output to tune silently.

Super Low-Noise Design
The G5's super-low noise design virtually eliminates background noise and the ZNR noise reduction removes feedback and other unwanted sounds, providing you with clear tones, along with natural decay and reverb tails.

Super Fast Patch-Change Speed
With the G5's amazing 1.6ms patch change speed, you will never miss a beat. Change from rhythm playing to a solo in an instant by simply tapping a switch.

Optional Expression Pedal And Footswitch
Connect an optional FP02 expression pedal to the G5 and control volume in real time. Use an optional FS01 footswitch to tap the tempo used for the drum machine, looper and effects. You can also use an FS01 to mute the Delay/Reverb input or turn Delay Hold on or off.

Free Edit&Share Software For Mac/PC
Zoom's Edit&Share software, which is available as a free download for the G5, allows you to create, edit and save your personalized amp and effect settings on your computer. Use its amp/effect sorting feature to easily locate your sounds and drag-and-drop options to rearrange patches for editing purposes. With Edit&Share, you can download the latest patches online, as well as share your patches with others.

● Steinberg and Cubase are registered trademarks of Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH.
● Manufacturer names and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. The names are used only to illustrate sonic characteristics and do not indicate any affiliation with the Zoom Corporation.
● All features and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Features
  • 145 Effect types
  • 9 Simultaneous effects
  • 22 Amp models
  • 4 LCD screens
  • Tube Booster provides instant amp-like overdrive
  • Z-Pedal provides 3D effect parameter control
  • 24-Bit A/D/A conversion
  • ZFX-IV DSP processor
  • 32-Bit floating point and fixed point processing
  • USB audio interface for DAW integration
  • L/R 1/4" outputs
  • 1/4" stereo headphone out

Amazing effects and amp sims with an unprecedented level of control and ease of use make the G5 perfect for stage and studio. Order yours today.

 
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ZoomG5 Guitar Multi-Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal
 
4.4

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92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Excellent sound quality (12)
  • Good selection of effects (12)
  • Responsive (12)
  • Versatile (10)
  • Compact (6)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur recording (11)
    • Home studio (11)
    • Performances (11)
    • Professional recording (9)
    • Outdoor events / games (8)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Experienced (7), Professional musician (4)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Zoom G5, will you marry me?

    I've played through and screwed with my Zoom G5 for about a year and considering everything it is the best Multi FX unit I've ever experienced. The sound quality is excellent and it's stupid...Read complete review

    I've played through and screwed with my Zoom G5 for about a year and considering everything it is the best Multi FX unit I've ever experienced. The sound quality is excellent and it's stupid easy to use. The output from the XLR, L-R 1/4", 1/4" headphone jack, and USB are all excellent. The multi axis assignable pedal is particularly orgasmic. The tube booster sounds great. I've been reluctant to replace the tube out of fear that my head may explode if the G5 sounds even better after. It is built like a tank and it's small enough to carry anywhere. The amp models and cab sims are fantastic (I use about half of them for various purposes) and the stomp box models are.. well - I've sold all of my stomp boxes except for a looper (Digitech JamMan) and some delays (MXR Carbon Copy/Akai Headrush). Aside from the great FX models, being able to insert multiple types of EQ's and compressors has really helped me hone my sounds. From prissy clean to dirty rotten _____ to bone crushing blitz the G5 puts out anyway I want. These days I just plug straight into the G5 and then out to a Tech 21 Power Engine 60, the board, and PC. I even sold my amps.

    If the G5 cost a grand I might nitpick, but even then sound quality, build quality and ease of use wouldn't be areas I'd complain about. Awesome product - I'm completely satisfied and I'd buy another right away if it was stolen. My apologies to Zoom - I'd thought I'd be returning this...

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Overpriced DI/Practice Unit

    I've been playing guitar for over 12 years and was looking for a multi-effects processor and amp modeler to replace my dying BOSS GT-6 but couldn't cough up the cash for a newer model...Read complete review

    I've been playing guitar for over 12 years and was looking for a multi-effects processor and amp modeler to replace my dying BOSS GT-6 but couldn't cough up the cash for a newer model and wanted to try something different. I decided to give this intriguing unit a chance and it was a waste of money. aside from using it to practice with studio headphones it will overpower the sound of your amp and make it sound like junk. I am an audio engineer with my own home studio and the only other use I have for this thing is for DI recording. In my professional opinion (after playing with all the settings for a month) is that the G5 is a toy, not a professional tool by any means.

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    4.0

    Great package deal!

    By Guitarface

    from Bloomington, IN

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    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Excellent Sound Quality
    • Good Selection Of Effects
    • Powerful And Easy To Use
    • Responsive
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • No Headphone Knob
    • Tube Booster Boosts Loops

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Zoom G5 Guitar Multi-Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal:

    You get a lot of good stuff in a single package for this price. There are a couple of things that could use improving... I'm a little focused on these things right now, so you should use other reviews and the description to get more emphasis on all the features and power that are here - that's why this is still AT LEAST a four star unit!

    One complaint I have is that the tube booster also boosts your loops. I'd rather create a loop, then be able to boost the guitar alone with the tube booster while I play along with the loop, without having to take time to exit the loop screen to get a slightly lesser quality boost from a digital effect. This should be an option. I may just use an outboard distortion along with the unit, though my real hope was to use this to replace ALL my old pedals!

    Looping is made very intuitive, though, with prompts to guide you around. 60 seconds is a good amount of looping time for me to have fun, even if I have to cut that in half in order to have an undo function. I'd love to have the looping power, say, of a Boss RC-300, and be able to pull several samples into and out of the mix, but this unit is still a great looper that costs considerably less than an RC-300, while incorporating a drum machine and a boatload of effects and models.

    As I've alluded to, it is a bit of work to jump back and forth between loops and effects, but made easier due to the prompts. Not that the effort is so great, just that you want to make the music as seamless as possible when you are performing.

    The built-in rhythms are just serviceable, not exciting, while recent Digitech units seem to have more numerous and interesting built-in drum patterns. But the G5 has it all over Digitech in that you can use the drums with your looping, whereas Digitech forces you to choose, which strikes me as a ridiculous compromise.

    Zoom's effects are all very good, although the distortions and amp models are not the best I've ever had, even from Zoom (there's some great crunches in my old GM-200). While I'll probably hang on to a few, many of my pedals will be going away. I like the G5's Ibanez wah model, and the choruses and other modulations are very good. I am currently, however, still using an outboard BBE Sonic Stomp after the unit. The built-in exciter on the G5 is not half bad, although not quite there with the BBE, and I may switch over to incorporating that into my patches to avoid carrying around the additional pedal.

    Overall, the G5 is a lot of bang for your buck, easy to understand and use given how much power is there, and I do recommend it for many uses, especially if you want a lot of power and flexibility without having to haul around racks or huge pedalboards.

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    5.0

    Just what i wanted!

    By Cannibal

    from Israel

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    Pros

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

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Jamming
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Zoom G5 Guitar Multi-Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal:

      Got this a few months ago and i will admit it was hard to use at first but now it is so worth the read into the manual! I definitely recommend you watch some reviews on this before buying it because when i saw the first i wanted it in my studio collection so bad! awesome effects especially the pedal sqealys!

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      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Nice!

      By Beardedpraiser

      from Springfield, IL

      About Me Novice

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Excellent Sound Quality
      • Good Selection Of Effects
      • Responsive
      • Simple
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Performances

        Comments about Zoom G5 Guitar Multi-Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal:

        I'm new to the electric guitar world. I've been shopping around for quite some time trying to find a board that would sound good, last a while, and not break the bank. Nailed it!

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        (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Zoom G5, will you marry me?

        By zexx

        from Orlando, FL

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

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

        Cons

        • None Worth Mentioning

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about Zoom G5 Guitar Multi-Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal:

        I've played through and screwed with my Zoom G5 for about a year and considering everything it is the best Multi FX unit I've ever experienced. The sound quality is excellent and it's stupid easy to use. The output from the XLR, L-R 1/4", 1/4" headphone jack, and USB are all excellent. The multi axis assignable pedal is particularly orgasmic. The tube booster sounds great. I've been reluctant to replace the tube out of fear that my head may explode if the G5 sounds even better after. It is built like a tank and it's small enough to carry anywhere. The amp models and cab sims are fantastic (I use about half of them for various purposes) and the stomp box models are.. well - I've sold all of my stomp boxes except for a looper (Digitech JamMan) and some delays (MXR Carbon Copy/Akai Headrush). Aside from the great FX models, being able to insert multiple types of EQ's and compressors has really helped me hone my sounds. From prissy clean to dirty rotten _____ to bone crushing blitz the G5 puts out anyway I want. These days I just plug straight into the G5 and then out to a Tech 21 Power Engine 60, the board, and PC. I even sold my amps.

        If the G5 cost a grand I might nitpick, but even then sound quality, build quality and ease of use wouldn't be areas I'd complain about. Awesome product - I'm completely satisfied and I'd buy another right away if it was stolen. My apologies to Zoom - I'd thought I'd be returning this...

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        (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Simply Amazing

        By 777SlipHate666

        from Stow Ohio

        About Me Novice

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        Pros

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

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Amateur Recording
          • Home Studio
          • Performances
          • Professional Recording

          Comments about Zoom G5 Guitar Multi-Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal:

          Guitarist in my old band had the G3 and I wanted it sooo badly. Found and bought the G5 instead. SOOOOOOO much better. Ive always wanted a really thick, powerful tone with tons of attack for my metal band. I'd highly recommend using an amp simulation over the distortions, and definitely mess with the cab simulations; it really makes a tone difference. Literally the only thing I hate about it is the built in tuner.

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          (2 of 23 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          Overpriced DI/Practice Unit

          By Matteo84

          from Merdien, CT

          About Me Experienced

          Pros

          • Active Switch
          • Works As A Di

          Cons

          • Not Amp Friendly
          • Poor Sound Quality

          Best Uses

          • Paperweight

          Comments about Zoom G5 Guitar Multi-Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal:

          I've been playing guitar for over 12 years and was looking for a multi-effects processor and amp modeler to replace my dying BOSS GT-6 but couldn't cough up the cash for a newer model and wanted to try something different. I decided to give this intriguing unit a chance and it was a waste of money. aside from using it to practice with studio headphones it will overpower the sound of your amp and make it sound like junk. I am an audio engineer with my own home studio and the only other use I have for this thing is for DI recording. In my professional opinion (after playing with all the settings for a month) is that the G5 is a toy, not a professional tool by any means.

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          (16 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          It is The Answer!

          By Dennis-w4ZO

          from California

          About Me Professional Musician

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          Pros

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

          Cons

          • Nothing Significant

          Best Uses

          • Amateur Recording
          • Performances
          • Professional Recording

          Comments about Zoom G5 Guitar Multi-Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal:

          OK. First off, as an owner of the Zoom G9.2tt, this will be somewhat of a comparison of the two.

          I really liked a lot of things about the G9, but alas, I was having too much trouble with it to go on. Switches and buttons working intermittently, and going absolutely silent in the middle of a gig. Then the "store" button failed completely. I was a little reluctant to get the G5, because it doesn't have the dedicated bank up/down buttons or tap tempo foot switch, or the channel switching, but I bought it anyway because I couldn't really find anything else that had the features I wanted. I really like the Z pedal, which the G9 also had. The one thing I will miss is being able to assign 4 functions to each direction of the pedal. Sadly you can only do one for each direction. There is an input for an expression pedal or control switch so that takes care of the tap tempo problem.

          I can live with having to push two switches simultaneously to bank up/ down, and hold to switch between patch/stompbox mode etc. because this thing just sounds so darn good. I've had a few processors over the years, (always getting a bad time from the "gear snobs" who only use stomp boxes) but this one is by far the best. I got it one day,spent about an hour setting up some patches, and gigged with it the next day. Fabulous! It's pretty easy to program from the unit, but the editing software is really great. You can drag and drop your effects and amps around to get them in just the right order.

          My main frustration with the G9 unit was that you had to choose between an amp model or a distortion stomp box in the preamp section. Also, as with most of these types of processors, you could only choose one delay, or one modulation effect at a time. Not with this baby. You can freely combine all the effects you want, up to 9 per patch. If you want chorus, tremolo, and phase shifter at the same time, or a half dozen different delay effects simultaneously, have at it. You can combine any number of distortions or amp models in one patch. Total freedom. Did I mention how great this thing sounds?
          Of course, most of the factory patches are terrible, but there are enough good ones to get you going.
          A lot of modeling processors do super distortion sounds well, but fall flat on the clean or slightly overdriven sounds. Not this one. I especially like the Fender Deluxe and 57 Bassman models. They give me that blusey, slightly ragged, but clean sound I like. The Marshall 1959 is great too. It cleans up nicely when you back off your guitar volume, just like the real thing would.

          One thing worth mentioning is how well the pitch shifter tracks. This is the only unit I've ever had that doesn't have a significant delay when you use this effect. So now I can do lower pitch tunings. without having to play ahead of the beat to compensate.
          What else...
          The tuner is great. You can actually see it on a brightly lit stage. (Or outdoors)
          I was almost ready to send it back when I found that it has no master volume knob. Then I discovered that you have to push the "Global" menu button to access the master volume setting.

          The tube boost is nice. It is independent of the patches, so when you turn it on, it stays on even if you switch to another patch. I was experimenting with leaving it on and using my guitar volume to clean up the sound. It works well this way.

          Bottom line. This thing is great. Really great.
          Leaves the G9.2tt in the dust for sound quality. Mostly metal. Weighs about 8 pounds. Pretty heavy for it's size. Not like a plastic toy at all. The editing software makes it a lot of fun to program, and it sounds really, really good.

          You should buy one.

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          (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Zoom G5

          By drummer , guitarist, & sound

          from Concord, ca

          About Me Experienced

          Ask me a question

          Pros

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

          Cons

          • Can't Rename Banks

          Best Uses

          • Amateur Recording
          • Events
          • Home Studio
          • Performances
          • Professional Recording

          Comments about Zoom G5 Guitar Multi-Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal:

          This can do anything you can think of! plenty of real amp, effects, distortion, clean, wah tones. Plenty of options... auto stores peramiter changes, and you can move the order of the banks as well as overwrite a bank. So far if you want to rename the bank still finding it a challenge to do that but can live without that if its not an option.

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          (12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Good Job Zoom

          By Tonewheel

          from Nashville

          About Me Professional Musician

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

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

          Cons

          • Adapter
          • Small Screens

          Best Uses

          • Home Studio
          • Performances
          • Professional Recording

          Comments about Zoom G5 Guitar Multi-Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal:

          It's built to last, easy to edit and setup, and sounds fantastic. It has a real tube preamp, there has been some debate about this but it is a 12AX7. I opened it up and replaced the stock chinese tube and it sounds a lot better. I can go direct into a PA with an amp simulator setting, and the tube booster on, and it sounds and responds like I'm playing through an amp. It has a small footprint, and the cost comparison of owning these pedals separately make it a great bang for the buck. The box says "The Answer" and it comes very close. It could be made better with bigger screens, possibly color? Working with these on stage can be difficult. Also with such a great product why the little cheap adapter? The weakest link is the adapter. It's lightweight and the thin cord is begging to desroyed on the road with use. It's DC but at a high 500ma it's not like you can power it with a battery, or even with a pedal board power source next to your other pedals at that level. Why not make an internal supply with a nice thick universal three prong power cable that plugs into the side of this thing? Overall it's the best all-in-one I've used, and has some of the downsides of not having everything at your fingertips. Mostly tone is the issue on these types but this one delivers. Awesome.

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          (8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          it is the answer

          By 30 something rocker

          from richmondva

          About Me Experienced

          Pros

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

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Amateur Recording
            • Home Studio
            • Performances

            Comments about Zoom G5 Guitar Multi-Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal:

            Huge selection of effects. The amp models are really cool. I really enjoy the Marshall and Orange models. Talk about the ultimate rock sound. Add the tube screamer, wah, delay, and phaser and you can sound like a pro in five minutes of setting this sucker up. I haven't even played with half the effects yet or set up multiple banks. But if you are in a cover band, this is a must have. Go from 70's classic rock, to 80's synth rock, to grunge, then close out the set with a little metal. Very versatile so far. The sound quality is warm and full, not thin and harsh like the boss me50 my buddy uses. The best feature is the tube booster that acts like a volume boost or adds warmth to some effects. Awesome. Only thing I don't like so far is the rocker pedals range is not very good so volume swells are tuff. But the z pedal is a cool design and I am sure I will use it with the rotoray effects. I am using this through the clean channel of a fender champ and the sound is huge through just a 10 inch rajin cagin speaker.the amount of features is astounding for a pedal of this cost. Get this for the price of two boutique pedals and some 9 volt batteries!

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