The G2.1u pedal offers two algorithms: One for live and one for recording. The sound you created at practice or in the studio can now be brought straight to the stage. Or take the sounds you worked out during a rehearsal and apply them seamlessly ...
"Paralelamente, los efectos Boss, o más vale la Roland GP-100. como tuve yo hasta hace cosa de un año, es un multiefecto del cual yo usaba solamente cinco o seis sonidos. Honestamente, tiene una variedad tal que a veces cuesta seleccionar. Y, súbitamente, la cambié también por una pedalera Zoom, una pedalera muy sencilla que me da la misma satisfacción y más , porque el procesador es mucho más nuevo. La señal de la viola limpia o con el efecto no se altera."more
The G2.1u pedal offers two algorithms: One for live and one for recording. The sound you created at practice or in the studio can now be brought straight to the stage. Or take the sounds you worked out during a rehearsal and apply them seamlessly in the recording studio. Your creative scope has suddenly doubled.
I bought this multi-effect station early on my days when I started playing guitar, I wanted to have the most modulation effects as possible. Although the quality and the configuration knobs are not the best, this unit has a lot of effects to offer and it's a really good option for the price, especially if you are getting in touch for the first time with delay, chorus, reverb and so on.
The amps simulators and the distortion effects are quite plastic but again there are a lot of types so there might be one you may like
This is a pedal for the tinkerers and the deviants alike. Playing something literally new every single time. They're are so many options to change all adding up to millions of distinct sounds. The one flaw is that this bad boy does not play well with other effects. Expect some feedback if you place this on any pedal board.
This unit is excellent as an introductory board for players who are brand new to effects, and want to learn what different effects are. It was my very first pedal and I learned a lot about effects from playing around with it. It did not take me long to figure out what it was lacking though, as most players will as their knowledge and experience grows.
The reason I bought this is because the built-in expression pedal is assignable to a variety of choices of destination effect, whereas many other effect pedals by other companies do not offer that. Also affordable.
I bought this one used around 2009 or so. It was like a dream come true. Suddenly I could summon several simultaneous delays or try out a bunch of shimmery modulations all at once. Post-punk, anyone? Decent distortions and realistic reverbs made it all more fun. Coupled with some decent noise reduction and adequate compression, I was all set. Later on, I discovered the fun world of slow fades and I was soon in Frippertronics land (kinda sorta, but close enough).
The unit's limitation, as with most multi-fx boxes, was that I was locked into a particular pattern every single time (Comp/wah/NR/Distortion/EQ/Amp/Modulation/Delay/Reverb). Eventually this grew frustrating. Another thing that began to rankle me is that after years of abuse some of the knobs require persistent turning and some of the buttons can now only be accessed by tapping at weird angles.
Still, I love this little guy. It's one of those cases where I got to know the unit inside and out, so I can eek out some very personal tones out of it. If I found another one for really cheap, I might consider it to replace my current dinged-up warhorse.