Originally written by alex42xx on Audiofanzine FR. Tube amp simulation. Editing is very easy: one day was enough for me to edit all presets I need. The manual is very clear except for the part related to the connection to a PC. The editing possibilities are almost endless.
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A A The G9. In addition to the features we have come to expect from multi-effectors, the G9. Although this feature may smack of a Ronco infomercial, it is surprisingly useful in practice.
The G9. Without going into too much detail, these tubes intend to give a warmer, more analog vibe to the proceedings, and seem to do just that. Zoom uses a proprietary DSP chip in the G9. That horsepower equates to quick patch changes — 7ms — and good modeling sounds.
Not being a delicate flower, my initial concern was my two-hundred plus pounds of overzealous Z-pedal twisting mass. Fortunately, the best single word to describe the G9. Zoom has always been known for good sounds, features, and value, but has had a reputation for past build issues.
The sturdiness evident here should put all of that to bed. Zoom offers up an amp select feature that, along with a dB pad, allows the guitarist to plug into the front of an amp and quickly get a good sound without having to make endless EQ adjustments to the amp itself.
Cabinet emulation is also included for direct use. These features are welcomed for both jam and praise bands, where ease of setup and stage volume are respective concerns. Inputs and outputs are what would be expected, and after getting set up, one finally faces the factory presets.
Zoom, for the most part, sidesteps this. While there may still be room for improving the tastefulness of the factory presets, they are certainly far from horrible, and they do successfully showcase the G9. Programing one of the user patches is easy enough, with the majority of the amp models getting really close to the real thing. The effects models were for the most part good, with some sonic weirdness that may or may not be useful to everyone, but it seems like most bases are covered.
Competition is fierce in the G9.
Guitar effect patches for the zoom G9.2TT
Tozragore Circuit Check Specifications Note: The most recently used patch is automatically called up again. Control waveform type Module name Effect type name 3. Make free u2 -3 v2 -3 mighty buildup whether playing riffs or lead. Page of 51 Go.
G9.2TT MANUAL PDF
The G9. Page 5: Getting Connected Getting Connected Refer to the examples shown below when making connections. Guitar amplifiers When connecting to the guitar input on the Rhythm machine front panel of a guitar Selecting a patch play mode Immediately after power-on, the unit will be in play mode. To select a patch, use foot switches 1 — Editing a patch edit mode Press the effect module key for the module to edit. The unit switches to edit mode.
Zoom g9.2tt Service Manual
A A The G9. In addition to the features we have come to expect from multi-effectors, the G9. Although this feature may smack of a Ronco infomercial, it is surprisingly useful in practice. The G9. Without going into too much detail, these tubes intend to give a warmer, more analog vibe to the proceedings, and seem to do just that. Zoom uses a proprietary DSP chip in the G9. That horsepower equates to quick patch changes — 7ms — and good modeling sounds.
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