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Fernandes Nomad Deluxe Guitar with Digitech Effects Processor
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The Fernandes Nomad Deluxe Guitar with Digitech Effects Processor boasts a compact design, humbucker pickup, maple neck, and DigiTech multi-effects p...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Fernandes Nomad Deluxe Guitar with Digitech Effects Processor boasts a compact design, humbucker pickup, maple neck, and DigiTech multi-effects processor with drum machine. The processor gives you 25 programmable effects (10 at once); 40 factory and 40 presets; amp, cab, pickup, and mic models; expression pedal input; chromatic tuner; and more. Built-in speaker plus a headphone out so you can rock out without disturbing the others on the tour bus.
- Bolt-on neck
- Hardwood body
- Maple neck
- 22 medium frets
- Hardtail bridge
- Built-in drum machine
- Processor features:
- 25 programmable effects-up to 10 available all at once
- Each effect includes up to 3 adjustable parameters
- Rhythm Trainer plays sampled drum beats in an infinite loop allowing you to select different patterns and tempos and vary the volume level
- Chromatic tuner lets you quickly tune the guitar to any one of 4 different tuning references
- 40 factory presets and 40 user presets for custom programs
- Expression pedal input
- Headphone jack
- Amp modeling
- Cabinet and mic modeling
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this was an impulse buy this time i'm glad i did! i use this on stage the sound is great through and amp unfortunately no Manuel so i had to figure out the setting . i have one of the org deluxe model
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Within 2 days of ownership I find myself wondering how I ever lived without it. I can play any time I want now not being a slave to my primary rigs cumbersome power-up & location limitations. The manual is quite effective at explaining the products features and is well illustrated. The manual could use a couple of minor tweaks for visual indexing of information such as with bold print but it is VERY nicely done overall. I am surprised that the factory presets are not already volume-averaged, but diving into the gain settings, EQ settings & Amp Simulation Settings (thx to manual) I was able to quickly slam the Clean sounds and all other low-volume or un-useful presets (very few un-useful) into great balance across all the user presets. GREAT GUITAR. HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend for any guitar player. I would only change 1 thing. Put the strap-knob that is currently on the headstock at the heel of the body at base of neck for balance. If I let go of it it slides down drastically to the right so that the middle of the neck is aligned with my chest.
I love this guitar!! I've had it for 2 years and it works just as good as when I bought it! The built-in effects are great, and cool to show off. I use it when I go out of town, and when I go over friend's houses. Great for the money, and if your looking for a great, well-built travel guitar, look no further!
These guitars are excellent for the money.Fernandes even gives you the tiny allen wrenches to adjust the tailpiece, and the AC adapter wire is plenty long so you don't have to be stuck next to the wall, when you run off of wall power. It also sounds great patched into a home stereo amp from the headphone jack (1/4" stereo phone male to 2 RCA males).All of the features work very well!
I'm a 'living room' guitar player and was intrigued by the Nomad for its features and compactness. I've had it for a week or so and I'm still trying to figure out the onboard processor. Its capable of an amazing variety of sounds, but they don't provide a manual for it! The Fernandes website has an online manual, but its not in PDF form nor is it accurate. The controls on my guitar are different than what is illustrated on the website manual. A tech at Fernandes said they were working on a PDF manual for downloading, but when it would be available was anyones guess..he said the Digitech site had a manual for the RP100 which is basically the same..but its different enough to not help much. I guess because I don't have much experience with these processors, I'm left to fumble though and hopefully figure it out eventually...So if you're already familiar with guitar processors, or don't mind having to figure one out..this is a cool little guitar! Oh yeah, the 9v battery doesn't give you much playing time...maybe 15 or 20 mins before it spazzes out. But they do supply a power cord for unlimited playing time..as long as you can plug in where you want to play.
This is a really fun guitar that plays well and sounds great. It has almost everything you need to sit and noodle around when you don?t have the time or desire to set up your main ?rig.? Moreover, if you buy true 9.6v rechargeable batteries, I use MAHA rechargeable batteries; you don?t even need to plug it in (batteries only last about 20 minutes in the guitar, so keep a few in reserves). With all the features, I had been eyeing this guitar for a long time?I?m glad I finally got the courage to ask my wife to buy it for me!
A great guitar for traveling.It has every sound you could want. The only thing I do not like is that the volume on the clean chanels could be louder.If you spend alot of time on the road,this is a guitar you must have.
Cool, its a nice guitar, For a person like me thats on the road a lot.
This little pup is awesome, but it is essentially a 3/4 scale neck travel guitar. So, while it is extremely playable, it just doesn't feel like a full-grown axe. The sounds coming out of this baby are something else altogether. In a word - WOW! Not being very much of a gadget freak, I have to admit the sound this little beast is capable of is nothing short of mind blowing. I believe they even incorporated the DigiTech Whammy pedal effect on a couple of settings, except you use the volume knob to obtain the pitch-shifting/harmonizer effect. Yow! (Minor gripe - BEWARE the flimsy on/off switch - while traveling in its soft case, I bumped it into something, necessitating replacement of the switch. A sturdier push/pull or twist knob would be preferable.) Also, aformentioned lack of a manual is a bit of a drag, but I just experiment with it - lots of plenty-cool preset sounds!