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Vox 100009153000 - Pedalera multi-efecto

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  • Una válvula triode 12AX7/ECC83
  • Pedal de control y 2 pulsadores
  • Modelos de Amplificador: 33. Modelos de pantallas: 11
  • Tipos de Efectos: tipos de Pedal 11, tipos de Mod/Delay 11, tipos de Reverb 3

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Peso del producto1,8 Kg
Dimensiones del producto38,7 x 8,9 x 19 cm
Número de modelo del productoTONELABST
  
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Producto en Amazon.es desde7 de agosto de 2012
  
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Vox 100009153000 - Pedalera multi-efecto

- Una válvula triode 12AX7/ECC83
- Pedal de control y 2 pulsadores
- Modelos de Amplificador: 33. Modelos de pantallas: 11
- Tipos de Efectos: tipos de Pedal 11, tipos de Mod/Delay 11, tipos de Reverb 3


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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Problematic 20 de mayo de 2016
Por Nathan Durham - Publicado en Amazon.com
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BUYER BEWARE - Two stars because, WHEN IT FUNCTIONS, it can sound amazing. Mine has an issue losing volume, sputtering out, sounding distorted as though it's losing signal somewhere, "swinging" volume in which it goes up and down like I'm rocking a volume pedal, and of course the first thing to go was the integrated tuner which I shouldn't have ignored because I have handheld and said "whatever" because it still sounded good on a consistent basis.

Soon after I bought this, the tuner quit working and developed a mind of it's own. I ignored it, because I have a separate tuner and this thing can really roar.... but not long after the tuner 'died' the entire unit started sputtering and having volume/static issues that destroyed my enjoyment of playing forcing me to go back to my solid state amp.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas VERY accurate amp models 17 de noviembre de 2014
Por Your typically honest fellow - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I am an avid "sound guy" kind of dude in the band. I care HIGHLY of guitar guitar tone and whatnot. I've dealt with amplitube, guitar rig, and other vsts for guitar tone. The poulin legion VST is my favorite. But all the VST plugins in the world are no match for this BEAST. It's perhaps the best preamp you could get if you're into VST plugins as well. It will offer a nice tube sound to whatever your rig is, as long as this is a primary distortion or pre-gain type setup.
The effects can't be run simultaneously, but you can go around that on the computer if you know how to do such things. With the price, and the QUALITY of the amp models and distortion drives, it has a full five stars. I'm sure it just doesn't have enough processing power to run many effects at once, so you'll have to live with ONLY chorus, or ONLY flangers, or chorus/delay effect, etc.
It sounds phenomenal though. I was going to buy better pickups, but this is what my sound needed. I may still get better pickups since I have stock though.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas good for loud gigging, but not for the studio 27 de noviembre de 2015
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The unit has an improved user interface w.r.t. its predecessor ToneLab LE, e.g. via an additional pedal option, which now allows to have a distortion + wah pedal combination, which was not possible with LE. Additional amp pedal models are nice, the larger tuner panel is of help and the smaller size are all good contributors to the practicality of the unit. The overall sound of the pedal is good, but the programs appeared to be quite unbalanced and overly loud. The unit is quite noisy, i.e. the idle hiss even with the unplugged guitar may be a serious obstacle for the studio usage, and is quite audible on stage when running the signal to either PA or via an amp. The labels are in a small print and the control knobs may be sitting too close to one another, presenting a challenge for on-the-fly tweaking. Overall this may be a good choice for a gigging loud guitar player, but for the studio work TonleLab LE is recommended, as a quieter and more ergonomic unit.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Sounds great, usability so-so 15 de agosto de 2010
Por Alright Yeah - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I A/B'd this extensively with the POD X3 before purchasing it. I went with this because it gave a much more convincing emulation of a tube amp, particularly played clean. It just had a body and sparkle to the sound I could never get out of the POD. The problem, I have discovered over time, is that it acts like a single-channel amp that is not easily switchable between a good clean sound and a good overdriven sound at anywhere near the same volume. This is because it only sounds really good with the master volume cranked all the way up. With the master volume all the way up, a good low-gain sound is going to be way quieter than a good high-gain sound. This can be compensated for with the power level knob on the back of the unit, but this knob is not programmable, making it impossible to switch directly between clean and overdriven without a huge volume jump - you'd have to adjust the power level knob every time, or live with an anemic overdriven sound if you lower the master volume. The built-in distortion/overdrive effects are not tweakable enough to really make up for this, either. Also, its capabilities as an audio/recording interface are minimal compared to the POD. So, in summary: much better tube amp emulation than the POD, but only within a very particular range of adjustability, making it a cool practice tool but not really practical for live performance.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A charming tint of softness in all the very diverse sound spectres 13 de noviembre de 2016
Por Lasse N. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I use this Vox ToneLab ST Guitar Multi-Effects Processor Pedal with a Roland CubeStreet EX amplifier (indoors) and a parker PM 10 electric guitar. It gives a rich variation of very many voices, all with a charming tint of softness in all the very diverse sound spectres. I bought it second hand from a Japanese shop. I am extremely happy and pleased with the purchase.