G-System delivers in a package almost too good to be true. The best of the best effects, complete integration and optimization of your gear and total control over your effects and sounds pedal board. And, the added Massimo Mantovani mod essentiall...
Martin Gore’s guitar tech Jez Webb: “The past couple of tours we have been using the TC Electronic G-System. This has been the hub, the brains of everything for us. We've got pretty much a patch for every different song. There we go! "A Question of Time" there, "Wrong" and "Personal Jesus", just as a few examples.” This is from the TC Electronic video “Gear Run: Martin Gore of Depeche Mode”, uploaded March 2010, 0:16 into the video. The upload date indicates this was Depeche Mode’s Tour of the Universe.more
["The main guts of Wilson's pedalboard is a TC Electronic G-System, which has patches programmed for each song of the setlist. Each loop in the G-System is tied into a pedal to allow Wilson to add effects on the fly."](http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/Rig_Rundown_Steven_Wilson_and_Guthrie_Govan)more
The TC Electronic G-System is shown among many of the TC Electronic pedals Bill Kelliher of [Lethargy](http://equipboard.com/band/lethargy), [Today Is The Day](http://equipboard.com/band/today-is-the-day), and [Mastadon](http://equipboard.com/band/mastodon) uses, on this [artist page](http://www.tcelectronic.com/bill-kelliher/).more
"We´ve recently moved over to the TC Electronic G-System so we´re going full on with that one. We experimented a lot with different pedals before - we used a [Damage Control] Demonizer pedal for distortion but that wasn´t really doing it for us. Now we´ve got the LaBoga amps and we´re hooking them up with the G-System and basically that´s all we need to have a good rig."more
"The Dizzee Rascal gig has been an interesting one, in the sense that we're playing a lot of tracks which don't feature any guitar on the original recorded versions. Whilst preparing for that gig, I just had to find the most appropriate tone on a song-by-song basis - so in the end the best solution turned out to be a G-System, with a couple of extra overdrive pedals into the loops - and a separate patch (or group of patches) for each song."more
G-System delivers in a package almost too good to be true. The best of the best effects, complete integration and optimization of your gear and total control over your effects and sounds pedal board. And, the added Massimo Mantovani mod essentially optimises the input-design and upgrades a number of components, which results in a super-transparent tone with a very snappy response, added punch and optimal tonal transparency.
The G System is a great piece of gear, built like a tank and with great options for sound. Not very friendly to use to use at first and it was designed in a time where digital distortion was not good in sound quality terms, therefore the loops to include different distortion pedals.
-Great design and sound, very customizable and built to last forever. -The loops are great not only for Dist pedals but any that might be needed. -The presets allow to avoid the tap dance. -Every effect built in can be adjusted from a computer thorugh the USB, also the presets can be backed up and restored.
-Effect chain can't be altered -When controlling amp channels from the unit, there's a minor delay between the change, not inmediate. -There's no amp simulation. -Pricy for actual products in the market.
i use the clean/crunch and lead sounds from my The Valve 3/100 and the effects from the G System. I use it in the loop. That way it sounds best. Shortly i'm using a Banshee Talkbox which is great, but i can't connect it to the floor board (using the G system in the loop it has to be next to my amp due to cables etc). But i'll work that out.