ZOOM G3Xn Guitar Multi Effects Processor Amp Simulator with Expression Pedal

$348.99
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An all in one unit, the G3Xn lets you program amazing sounds with immense flexibility. Program complex signal chains with ease, with boutique style pedals and effects, accurate amp emulations, and an expression pedal.

Zoom G3Xn Intuitive Multi-Effects Processor
Guitarists now have a versatile multi-effects processor which can emulate the finest pedalboards, complete with amp simulations and a looper. Pre-loaded with 70 crafted and programmed DSP effects (68 effects, 1 looper pedal, and 1 rhythm pedal), plus 10 of the most realistic amp/cabinet emulators, this could be the only device to own that provides all of the sounds and tools to cover every creative possibility.

Create Complex Signal Chains with Ease
You can use up to seven effects and amp/cabinet models simultaneously, chained together in any order you like. It's like having hundreds of fully loaded pedalboards all in one compact and easy-to-use device. Choose from five classic amp models (JCM800, Mesa Boogie MK3, Fender Twin Reverb, Bogner Ecstasy, British 30w Class A Combo) and adjust the sound exactly as you would with the knobs and switches of the real thing—and then pair your amp with one of the five new cabinet emulators to complete the sound. Plus, you can download even more faithfully recreated amp/cabinet combinations. The G3Xn’s switches and knobs give you enhanced control and have the responsive, hands-on feel of a standard stompbox. The G3Xn combines three LCD displays to show whole effect-chains at a glance, making it easy to add, delete, or change the order of effects quickly. Plus, you can store up to 150 of your custom effects-chains as patches.

75 Custom-Crafted Patches - and Counting!
Recreate essential guitar tones and pioneer new territory with 75 custom-designed patches created exclusively by Zoom guitarists. Use these patches to emulate the iconic sounds of Eddie Van Halen, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Carlos Santana, Michael Schenker, and Brian May or explore something completely brand new. With the free ZOOM Guitar Lab software, you can look for new effects and amp/cabinet emulators, and add new, exclusive patches from a diverse and growing list of creators.

The Expression Pedal 
The built-in expression pedal allows you to alter any selected parameter in real time. You can use it for gain drive or volume (affecting either input or output level), to add wah or filtering, to affect delay time or modulation speed, or a variety of other parameters. In addition, the pedal range can be independently adjusted for each patch—you can even set the minimum value higher than the maximum value for reverse pedaling effects. 

Features:

  • 70 (68 effects, 1 looper pedal, and 1 rhythm pedal) onboard high-quality digital effects, including distortion, overdrive,
  • EQ, compression, delay, reverb, flanging, phasing, and chorusing
  • Expression pedal
  • 5 new amp emulators plus 5 cabinet emulators
  • 75 custom-designed factory patches
  • Free ZOOM Guitar Lab Mac/Windows software allows downloading of additional effects and patches
  • Use up to 7 effects simultaneously, chained together in any order
  • 3 stompbox switches allow effects to instantly be brought in and out
  • Intuitive user interface
  • 3 independent editing displays
  • Auto Save function for automatic saving of all patch parameters
  • Onboard chromatic tuner with dedicated footswitch supports all standard guitar tunings, including open and drop tunings
  • Tuner range of 435 - 445 Hz
  • Stereo/mono Looper allows recording of up to 80 seconds of phrase recording
  • 68 built-in rhythm patterns that can be used in conjunction with the Looper
  • Tap Tempo with dedicated footswitch
  • Input jack accepts standard guitar cable
  • Auxiliary stereo input jack for connection of smartphones and music players
  • Dual output jacks for connection to guitar amps and mono or stereo PA systems
  • Stereo headphone output
  • Included AC adapter
     

Specifications:
 

Effect types:

80
(70 DSP effects, 5 amp emulators, 5 cabinet emulators)

Number of simultaneous effects:

7

Number of user banks/patches:

150

Sampling frequency:

44.1 kHz

A/D conversion:

24-bit with 128x oversampling

D/A conversion:

24-bit with 128x oversampling

Signal processing:

32-bit

Frequency characteristics:

20 – 20 kHz +1 dB, -3 dB (10 kΩ load)

Display:

128 x 32 dot-matrix LCD (x3)

INPUTS
INPUT:

Standard monaural phone jack
Rated input level: -20 dBu
Input impedance (line): 470 kΩ

AUX IN:

Stereo mini jack (3.5 mm)
Rated input level: -10 dBu
Input impedance (line) : 10 kΩ

OUTPUTS
Output R:

Standard monaural phone jack

Output R, maximum output level:

Line +5 dBm (with output load impedance of 10 kΩ or more)

L/Mono/Phone:

Standard stereo phone jack (combined line/headphone)

L/Mono/Phone, maximum output level:

Line +5 dBm (with output load impedance of 10 kΩ or more)
Headphones 15 mW + 15 mW (into 32 Ω load)

Equivalent input noise:

-119 dBu

Noise floor (residual noise):

-100 dBu

Power:

AC adapter DC9V (center minus plug), 500mA (ZOOM AD-16)

USB:

USB MIDI, USB Micro-B

Dimensions:

181 mm (D) X 318 mm (W) X 64 mm (H)

Weight:

1.84 kg

* 0 dBm=0.775 Vrms

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Zoom G3xn Fantastic 10/10 multi effects pedal

By: on 22 September 2019
I play electric guitars mainly Fender U S A Stratocasters and Telecasters most have single coil but I also have a 1972 Telecaster Custom Deluxe which has two humbuckers and a Fender vintage Jazzmaster fitted with P90 pickups. In the past I have owned a Boss Roland GT-100 which was so complicated to use unbelievably complicated I gave it a couple of months then sold it and bought a Boss ME-80 multi effects pedalboard once again it was still complicated. It had heaps of preset tones 90% of these were distortion suitable for heavy rock & Metal only. I play clean tones with slight overdrive and at times a bit of delay so the presets were basically useless. There is a Roland Boss site on the net where I could download sound patches once again most were heavy metal tones. Making my own tones once again was doable but not easy at all so in the end I was that frustrated that I sold it and lost another few hundred dollars by the way I am 58 and have been playing for a long time so I am not new to all of this. I went back to stomp boxes buying a TC Electronics Hall of Fame 2 which is a fantastic pedal a Crowther Hotcake overdrive and a TC Electronic Reverb then coupled with a TC Electronics Fang Distortion pedal. I recommend all of the TC Electronics pedals which I bought from Swamp Industries. This setup was bulky but a great small pedalboard with This pedal is amazing I have owned the Roland Boss GT-100 and the ME-80 multi effects boards and sold both of them as they were far to complicated and I have been playing for a long time. I needed something to push my VOX AC30 tube amp a bit I bought some TC Electronics pedals from Swamp Industries the standout the Hall of Fame 2 pedal they are remarkable I think they are a pedal everyone should have they are sensational. NOW FOR MY REVIEW OF THE ZOOM G3xn multi effects pedal. This multi effects pedal is absolutely amazing. It is made from steal not junky plastic. It is easy to use has an inbuilt tuner as well as various backing drums a looper and expression pedal. It has heaps of extra preset settings for amps,cabs and tones. So immediately you plug the G3xn you can play heaps of various tones straight away. This Zoom G3xn has really blown me away is without doubt the best and easiest multi effects pedals I have ever used. It gets better plug it into your computer with the USB lead provided and download the free download called Tone Lab. Then download Tone Lab from the Zoom web page then you can download heaps of sound patches and easily loan them onto the Zoom G3xn and you can even buy third party patches off sites such as Tone Shop or Chop Shop. Now I have heaps of tones I love. I give this unit 10/10 for being such a well made and easy to you pro pedalboard for about $340 or thereabouts. Can you believe this? Just buy yourself a Zoom G3xn with the knowledge that you will love it. I have paid $340 for a single pedal. Make sure you have a surge protector a good one sells for about $24 it will protect your PCB and other electronics just plug the surge protector into your wall socket and plug the power supply. I have bought heaps of things from Swamp Industries they are great to deal with and I order one day and I usually get the item overnight or at the latest the following day.Thanks Swamp for your great product and customer once again
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