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  • DC Power Lead for 5 Effects Pedals

    DC Power Lead for 5 Effects Pedals

    UXL DC-5 Daisy Chain cable for up to 5 Boss type effects pedals.

  • Digitech Element XP Guitar Multi-Effects with Expression Pedal

    Digitech Element XP Guitar Multi-Effects with Expression Pedal

    Your journey to create the perfect guitar tone starts with the new DigiTech Element XP guitar multi-effect pedal. The Element XP gives guitar players everything they need to explore guitar tones and discover their own sound. The DigiTech Element XP has 37 different pedals, 12 amps, and 9 speaker cabinets to choose from, a guitar tuner, and dedicated headphone jack so you can play all night long without waking the neighbors. Every Element XP comes with a power supply so you won’t have to waste your money on batteries. With 100 factory presets to build from, you can create and save up to 100 more custom presets as you go. Kick on one of the 45 different drum tracks to play to jam to, with the touch of a button. The Element XP is a compact and powerful multi-effect processor. Using a simple pedalboard style layout and editor you can quickly adjust the settings to fit your style. With more the 58 different effects to choose from, the hours flying by as you explore and discover the incredible power and tone of the Element XP.  The Tone Banks and FX Bank each have 20 different tone and effects combinations so you can quickly and easily get any sound you want. It's like having a music store at your disposal. When you need some drums to play along with, choose from one of the 45 different drum and rhythm tracks. You can set the tempo to match you.  The expression pedal makes your performance more dynamic. Use it to control a Whammy™, wahs, or volume in real-time. Kick up the volume for your solo and back it off for the verse to keep. The Element XP features 1/4" a guitar input along with stereo 1/4" output jack that can be connected to either an amplifier or mixer for direct recording with a press of the Amp/Mixer mode that engages the internal speaker cabinets for direct recording. The Element XP has a dedicated headphone jack for practicing purposes and an Aux In to jam along with your favorite songs. Features: 58 effects (12 amps, 9 cabinets, 37 stompboxes) 200 presets (100 factory, 100 user) 20 Tone Bank combinations 20 FX Bank combinations Built-in chromatic tuner Built-in expression pedal Power supply included 45 High quality drum patterns Durable metal footswitches Up to 5 seconds of delay time Stereo 1/4" Output Stereo 1/8" headphone output Stereo 1/8" Aux Input Amp/Mixer mode optimizes 1/4" output for amps and mixers 24-bit 44.1kHz sample rate 12 Amps Product names modeled in this product are trademarks of their respective companies that do not endorse and are not associated or affiliated with DigiTech. Scroll down for complete information. '01 Mesa Boogie® Dual Rectifier '57 Fender® Tweed Deluxe '63 Vox® AC30 Top Boost '65 Fender® Blackface Twin Reverb® '68 Marshall® 100 Watt Super Lead (plexi) '68 Marshall® Jump Panel '77 Marshall® Master Volume '96 Matchless HC30 DigiTech® Bright Clean DigiTech® Clean Tube DigiTech® Metal DigiTech® Solo 9 Cabs Product names modeled in this product are trademarks of their respective companies that do not endorse and are not associated or affiliated with DigiTech. Scroll down for complete information. 1x12" '57 Fender® Tweed Deluxe Reverb® 2x12" '63 Vox® AC30 Top Boost w/Jensen® Blue Backs 2x12" '65 Fender® Blackface Twin Reverb™ 4x12" DigiTech Metal 4x12" DigiTech Solo 4x12" DigiTech® Bright Clean 4x12" Johnson® Straight w/Celestion Vintage 30's 4x12" Marshall® 1960 Straight w/ Celestion® G12-T70-- 4x12" Marshall® 1969 Slant w/Celestion® 25WGreenbacks™ 38 Effects Product names modeled in this product are trademarks of their respective companies that do not endorse and are not associated or affiliated with DigiTech. Scroll down for complete information. Wah: DigiTech® Full Range Wah Dunlop® Cry Baby™ Wah Vox® Clyde McCoy™ Wah Compression: DigiTech® Compressor Noise Gate: DigiTech® Auto Swell Gate DigiTech® Silencer™ Noise Gate Distortion: Acoustic Guitar Simulator Boss® DS-1 Distortion DOD® 250 Overdrive/Preamp DigiTech® Death Metal™ DigiTech® Grunge® Electro-Harmonix® Big Muff Pi® Ibanez® TS-9 Tube Screamer™ Chorus: Boss® CE-2 Chorus DigiTech® Chorus DigiTech® Dual Chorus Flanger: DigiTech® Flanger Phaser: DigiTech® Phaser Pitch: DigiTech® Detune DigiTech® Pitch Shift DigiTech® Whammy Vibrato/Rotary: DigiTech® Panner DigiTech® Rotary DigiTech® Vibrato Tremolo: DigiTech® Tremolo Envelope: DigiTech® Auto Yah DigiTech® Envelope Filter DigiTech® Step Filter DigiTech® YaYa EQ: 3-Band EQ Delay: Analog Delay Digital Delay Pong Delay Tape Delay Reverb: DigiTech® Hall DigiTech® Room Fender® Twin Spring Reverb Volume: Volume Pedal

  • Flanger FC-20 Guitar/Bass to iPhone Converter

    Flanger FC-20 Guitar/Bass to iPhone Converter

    The Flanger FC-20 is the easiest way to send your instruments signal into an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Just plug the FC-20 into the device's headphone jack,your instrument into the FC-20, and connect the output of FC-20 to an amplifier or another device that has line input, like a mixer, keyboard, or a synthesizer. Listen to the sound through headphones and the output jack will automatically mute. The 6.35mm input jack is designed for guitar,bass and also applicable for keyboards, microphones mixers etc. The 6.35mm output jack can be connected to an amplifier. Features 3.5mm stereo headphones jack. The 3.5mm input plug connects to your Iphone. Compatible with Iphone/Ipad apps: effects, tuners, metronomes, tone generators, recorders, amps etc.

  • Guardian Gear Bag - Holds Cables, Tuners, Stands, Straps, Music

    Guardian Gear Bag - Holds Cables, Tuners, Stands, Straps, Music

    Guardian Gear Bag is made from Black Nylon Twill, Padded Interior, Padded Handle, Adjustable Shoulder Strap & Luggage Tag. Ideal for Cables, Tuners, Stands, Straps, Music & Much More

  • Intellitouch WT1 Freedom One Wireless System & Guitar Tuner

    Intellitouch WT1 Freedom One Wireless System & Guitar Tuner

    Set yourself free from the cable that ties you down! The Intellitouch Freedom One provides a high-quality 24-bit digital wireless link between an instrument (guitar, bass, etc) and a pedal tuner, eliminating the cable normally attached to the instrument. The Freedom One has two components: A compact wireless transmitter that plugs directly into a standard 1/4 inch output jack on a guitar or bass, and a pedal tuner with a 1/4 inch output that connects to an amplifier or other effects pedals. Effective range is 30 feet - plenty to cover most performance stages and practice rooms. Transmitter battery life is approximately 10 hours on a single AAA battery.  

  • Kaces Effects Pedal Board Bag

    Kaces Effects Pedal Board Bag

    Features a padded main compartment, a lid that opens to convert into no-slip grip base, a stylish razor slash outer pocket, removable shoulder strap, and a heavy duty ballistic polyester exterior. Reinforced, padded ballistic exterior Bag transforms into pedal board with non-slip material on bottom Allows you to transport your effects rig and set up with ease Sleek Razor slash design zipper on large external accessory pocket Inside dimensions: 22" L x 12" W x 2.5" - 3.25" H

  • Keyboard Volume Pedal with Cable

    Keyboard Volume Pedal with Cable

    UXL Volume Pedal for Keyboards and Multi-effects with a 2 metre stereo cable. Also can be used as an expression pedal for multi-effects floor units. e.g. Digitech, Zoom, Boss etc.

  • Mighty Bright Pedal Board Light

    Mighty Bright Pedal Board Light

    The Pedal Board Light is a must for anyone who uses effect pedals on stage! Two red LEDs, for night vision, allow the performer to light the pedal board without effecting the stage lighting. Two white LEDs give additional lighting for seeing set lists at the musician's feet. A great tool for backstage too! Four different light levels Two red LEDs in one head provide on-stage night vision and create a subdued stage effect Two white LEDs provide bright white light for dark stage areas Dual flexible arms provide infinite maneuverability Sensor switches on each lighting head require just a tap to turn on one or both LEDs Optical grade lens provides evenly distributed light with no hot spots Easily bends to compact position for storage Extra strong clip grips almost anything, or included Hook & Loop strip allows for securing to any flat surface including pedal boards Offers 20 hours of continuous use on 3 AAA batteries Uses 3 AAA batteries (included) or available AC adapter (110-240 volts) (not included)

  • Rocktron Banshee Talk Box ROC410

    Rocktron Banshee Talk Box ROC410

    Bringing a cool, new twist to the outdated generation of complicated and risky talk boxes, the Banshee is a unique new product that gives classic rock touches to today's players. Although "talk boxes" have been used in the making of hit music (Aerosmith, Frampton, Joe Walsh, etc.) for years, many guitar players simply have not tried them because of their complicated and potentially damaging setup. Leave it to the stomp box gurus at Rocktron. The Banshee rocks, simply and safely. What makes the Banshee so unique is that it contains its own internal preamp, amplifier, and horn driver. You simply plug into the Banshee like you would any common stomp box, and run the provided "tubing" up the mic stand and into your mouth. The rest is up to your own imagination as you get the most incredible sounds from your instrument. And no more risk of blowing up your favorite amp head, (always a possibility with talk boxes of old).

  • Zoom A3 Acoustic Effects and Amp Simulator

    Zoom A3 Acoustic Effects and Amp Simulator

    Restore the sound of your acoustic guitar By selecting the body and model type of the guitar that you're playing, you can share the true sound of your acoustic guitar with live audiences. Presets for 16 body types and 28 models simulate the sonic characteristics of various acoustic guitars with different body shapes and constructed of different materials. 16 Body Types The A3 allows you to choose from 16 guitar body types to re-create the signatures sounds of differing body shapes. From the Dreadnought body setting, which generates a large tone full of rich low frequencies, to the Orchestra body setting, featuring an outstanding response and tonal balance, the A3 has the ability to remodel the sonic qualities of a wide range of unique body types. 28 Models The A3 also has the ability to recreate the distinct sound components of 28 of the world's most famous acoustic guitars. The A3 even accounts for the subtlest of differences between these models. The pedal accurately recreates the tone differences between guitars with the same body shape, but different bracing or wood from which they are made (spruce, mahogany, rosewood, etc.). High-quality acoustic preamp for both pickups and mics The A3's pre-amp, specifically designed for acoustic guitars, can be used with piezoelectric, magnetic and passive pickups. In addition, the pedal's XLR-1/4-inch combination Mic input, which can provide phantom power, allows you to connect a microphone and mix its signal with that of your pickup via dedicated knobs to dial-in your sound. The A3's pre-amp section also features a 3-band EQ for adjusting your guitar tone according to your performance environment, a BALANCE knob to set the ratio of the original sound (DRY) and the sound after adding effects (WET), as well as a super-low noise design. 40 effects for acoustic guitar With a focus on spatial effects, including chorus, delay and reverb, the A3 offers over 40 acoustic guitar effects that can enhance the sound of your instrument. Other effects include compressors that suppress input peaks and even out sound levels, air effects that simulate the feeling of space from room tone, detuning effects that create the sound of a 12-string guitars and much more. You can use up to two effects simultaneously and order them as you like. Anti-Feedback function with minimal effect on tone quality If you experience feedback from your acoustic guitar during a performance, just engage the A3's ANTI FEEDBACK footswitch. While keeping changes to your tone to a minimum, the ANTI FEEDBACK function will quickly and effectively detect the frequency that is causing the feedback and apply a steep filter to that frequency band. Later, if feedback occurs due to another frequency, just hit the footswitch again, as the ANTI FEEDBACK function can handle up to three problematic frequency ranges at once. Boost your sound up to 12dB The A3's boost function can be used to reduce volume differences between fingerpicking, chord strokes and other playing techniques, as well as to increase amplification during solos. The pedal can provide a clean boost of up to 12dB. You can also use the TONE parameter to adjust the sound of the level increase when the boost is active. All-in-one acoustic pedal that fits in your guitar case A variety of amazing features for acoustic guitar have been combined in the design of the A3. In addition to its high quality pre-amp and effects for acoustic guitar, the A3 features unrivaled acoustic remodeling, DI box, feedback suppression, a booster, an auto-chromatic tuner and much more. Next time you take the stage, all you'll need is your guitar and your Zoom A3. Tweak your settings with ease The A3's front panel features three parameter knobs that also function as buttons. These buttons can be used to open various menus where you can then use the parameter knobs to tweak effect settings to your liking. Adjust the mix position of mic signal, turn the AUTOSAVE function ON and OFF, recall patches and more with ease and efficiency. Realistic, high-quality audio design The cutting-edge ZFX-IV DSP processor can execute sophisticated algorithms using 32-bit floating-point calculations. This processor renders super-real acoustic remodeling that restores different original tonal characteristics of a guitar according to its size, body shape and materials. Onboard auto-chromatic guitar tuner Hold the footswitch down to activate the built-in chromatic tuner in an instant. Even on stage during a performance, all you need to do is move your foot to enable tuning. You can choose between a BYPASS mode that turns all the effects off and a MUTE mode that allows you to tune silently. Tap the tempo using the footswitch Use the Tap Tempo feature to set the tempo in real-time to the rhythm of a song as you play guitar. You can also use it to for delay times and modulation effect frequencies.* The tuner cannot be used when the tap tempo function is active. Program the order of your patches With the A3, you can program which patches are recalled and the order in which they appear. For example, you could select three patches-(A) ARPEGGIO, (B) RHYTHM and (C) SOLO-so that you can cycle through them each time you press the footswitch. You can create and save up to 10 original tones in this way. Balanced XLR outputs for DI use With the A3's balanced XLR output, you can avoid using DI boxes completely and directly connect the pedal to any mixing console to maintain a balanced, high quality signal. The GROUND switch can also be used to eliminate hum caused by ground loops. Dedicated jack for pickup input Piezoelectric pickups tend to capture high frequencies well, but are deficient at the low end and result in producing a thin sound. On the other hand, magnetic pickups are very effective at capturing low frequencies and produce more of an electric sound. The A3 has a pickup input compensation function that cancels the effect of frequency ranges that are lost or emphasized by the pickup. This feature processes the signal optimally according to the characteristics of each type of pickup.* You can use the FLAT setting to bypass pickup input compensation. Stereo outputs and headphones jack The stereo output jacks allow you to take advantage of chorus, reverb and other stereo spatial effects for your acoustic guitar, as well as use line connections for the direct recording of its powerful guitar sounds. In addition, the ability to directly connect headphones to your A3 lets you easily listen to your sound no matter where you are. Super-low noise design The A3's noise floor of -100 dBm and signal-to-noise ratio of 120 dB virtually eliminate background noise and the ZNR noise reduction removes feedback and other unwanted sounds, providing you with clear tones, along with natural release decay and reverb tails. Up to eight hours of operation on batteries Using four AA alkaline batteries, you can operate the A3 for up to eight hours continuously. From rehearsal to the main stage, you can use the A3 with confidence. Power the pedal via AC adapter (sold separately) or USB bus if you want to use it longer without worrying about battery life.* When +48V phantom power is being used, the unit can operate continuously for about 5 hours. Stay up to date via USB When connected to your computer and Zoom's website via USB, you can perform system firmware updates to keep the functions of your A3 on the cutting-edge.

  • Zoom AC-2 Acoustic Creator

    Zoom AC-2 Acoustic Creator

    Your Acoustic Sound - Amplified THE ZOOM AC-2 Acoustic Creator Amplify your acoustic sound with the Zoom AC-2 Acoustic Creator. The AC-2 is a DI (direct box) that encompasses all you need to deliver natural guitar tone on stage or in the studio. The AC-2 automatically restores tone lost through acoustic pickups, so your sound is always lush, resonant, and faithful to the instrument you have in hand. Restore Your Acoustic Tone With 16 source guitar presets, the AC-2 recovers the sonic characteristics of a variety of guitar types and body shapes. You can choose from dreadnought, upright bass, nylon strings, 12 string, and more. Simply select your guitar of choice, then choose piezo or magnetic pickup. From there, the AC-2 is ready to reproduce and amplify your guitar’s tone with complete accuracy. Essential DI Features The AC-2 features a high-quality preamp which boosts your signal and helps restore your true acoustic sound. Add its natural-sounding reverb to increase your acoustic’s depth and width, and round out your desired tone with easy 3-band EQ adjustments. Volume Control The AC-2's Volume knob automatically controls the preamp’s input gain and output level, taking the guesswork out of adjusting sound levels to match. It’s all you need to make volume control and setup simple when you’re playing live on stage. Cut Feedback Automatically The AC-2 is also equipped with an anti-feedback button that automatically locates and eliminates problem frequencies —an essential for live performances. Balance In All The Right Places The AC-2’s balanced XLR output (with ground/lift and pre/post control) allows you to easily connect to any PA mixing board or studio console. It also includes two ¼” outputs for mono or stereo connection to amps, headphones, or audio interfaces. Tune on the Spot The AC-2’s built-in tuner with its large LED meter lets you easily see when you’re in tune. The Unique Sound of a 12 String There’s no mistaking the beautiful, shimmering sound of a 12 string guitar. With the AC-2, your guitar will retain its natural, chorus-filled tone whenever you're on stage. Up to 9 dB of Additional Gain You can also add 9 dB of gain with the tap of your foot using the AC-2's boost function, allowing you to switch from strumming to finger-picking without ever losing a note. Three Ways to Power Up Since the AC-2 is designed to enhance your acoustic performances in all environments, it offers a variety of power options. Two AA batteries provide up to three hours of continuous power. Alternatively, you can use the Zoom AD-16 AC adapter for power, or the micro USB port to bus power the AC-2 via your computer. Features at a Glance 16 source guitar type/body presets for accurate tone reproduction ¼” input XLR balanced out Two ¼” outputs for mono or stereo connection to guitar amps, headphones, and audio interfaces Reverb effect High-quality, low noise preamp Piezo/magnetic input pickup select 3-band equalizer Input and output gain/sensitivity adjustable via single volume knob (patent pending) Anti-feedback control Boost switch for up to 9 dB of additional gain Built-in chromatic visual-LED tuner USB connection for firmware updates Dual output jacks for connection to guitar amps and mono or stereo PA systems Three power options: 2 x AA batteries, the included Zoom AD-16 power adapter (9V DC in), or bus power via micro-USB port    

  • Zoom APH-1 Accessory Pack for H1

    Zoom APH-1 Accessory Pack for H1

    The Zoom APH-1 package includes six additional accessories for the H1. The package includes a windscreen, a mic stand clip adapter, an adjustable desktop tripod, a soft case, an AC adapter (USB type) and a USB cable.

  • Zoom APH-1 Accessory Pack for H1

    Zoom APH-1 Accessory Pack for H1

    The Zoom APH-1 package includes six additional accessories for the H1. The package includes a windscreen, a mic stand clip adapter, an adjustable desktop tripod, a soft case, an AC adapter (USB type) and a USB cable.

  • Zoom B1on Bass Guitar Multi-Effects

    Zoom B1on Bass Guitar Multi-Effects

    Here at Zoom we've been leading the way in multi-effects processing for the past twenty-five years. We're especially proud that our innovations in stomp-box effects pedals have become the tools of choice for bassists and guitarists the world over. Now, with the release of the B1on and B1Xon, we're taking bass effects to new heights-and at an astonishingly affordable price. Whatever your level of expertise, whatever your style of music, the B1on/B1Xon is sure to become an instant favorite in your pedalboard. Amazing effects, amazing features, amazing sound. The B1on offers 75 bass effects, including a variety of distortion, compression, modulation, delay, reverb and amp models. The B1Xon offers 5 additional pedal-controlled effects. Up to 5 effects can be used simultaneously, chained together any way you like. In addition, there are 68 built-in rhythm accompaniment patterns, and you can connect headphones to the output jack (as well as portable music players to the auxiliary input jack) for silent practice sessions. An onboard chromatic tuner supports all standard bass tunings, and a Looper feature enables you to record up to 30 seconds of CD-quality audio. Loop length can be set either manually or to a preset number of quarter notes, and you can loop to any rhythm pattern, with automatic quantization that ensures seamless start and end times. Programming is simple and straightforward, thanks to a streamlined user interface and the large backlit LCD screen. Advanced editing features such as Swap, Auto-Save and Pre-Select make it easy to organize your patches for live performance and allow you to scroll through patches silently while keeping the current patch operational. In addition, the B1Xon's built-in expression pedal enables you to control input level, output level, or any selected effect parameter in real time. Dozens of different ways to make you a Bass Hero Both the B1on and the B1Xon allow you to choose from 75 different onboard DSP effects. (The B1Xon offers 5 additional pedal-controlled effects.) These include compressors, noise gates, filters, equalizers and octave dividers, as well as boosters, overdrives, fuzzes, phasers and flangers, plus chorus, pitch shift, tremolo, vibrato, a sub-octave generator and an intelligent bass synthesizer that plays along in key-even a DeFret effect that changes the tone of a fretted bass into that of a fretless. There are simulations of both classic and contemporary pedals such as the Aphex Punch Factory, MXR DynaComp, dbx 160A, BBE Sonic Maximizer, Moog MF-101 and Z. Vex Seek-Wah, as well as the Xotic EP Booster and Bass BB Preamp, Electro-Harmonix Bass Big Muff, SansAmp Bass Driver DI, MXR Bass D.I.+, Avalon Design U5, plus the ADA Flanger, tc Electronic Corona Tri-Chorus and BOSS ODB-3, DS-1 and Metal Zone. Original effects include Zoom's Noise Reduction (ZNR) algorithm, a bass frequency-specific Auto-Wah and a "talking" modulator. You'll also find more than a dozen delays and natural-sounding reverbs here, including rooms, halls, plates and an emulation of the Line6 M9 Particle Verb. The dozen amp models include emulations of classic tube amplifiers like the Ampeg SVT, Ampeg B-15, Fender Bassman and acoustic 360, as well as the contemporary sounds of the Hartke HA3500, SWR SM-900, Aguilar DB750, Polytone Mini-Brute III, Marshall Super Bass, Gallien-Krueger 800RB, Eden WT-800 and Italian Markbass Little Mark III, each with its own distinct cabinet modeling that can be used to further alter the tonal quality. What's more, you can pair any amp model to any cabinet model for unusual, and often striking, effects. Click here for a full list of all the B1on/B1Xon effects, along with a list of their editable parameters. NOTE: Manufacturer names and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. The names are used only to illustrate sonic characteristics and do not indicate any affiliation with the Zoom Corporation or Zoom North America. B1on/B1Xon Features The B1on/B1Xon offers a wealth of features that make it easy to dial in the exact sound you want. Effects Chaining Complex multi-rffects made easy Question: When is an effects pedal not just an effects pedal?Answer: When it's a multi-effects pedal. The B1on/B1Xon not only allows you to select and edit any of its onboard effects, it enables you to use up to 5 of them simultaneously, chained together in any order you like. This kind of power and flexibility means that you can create rich, complex effects within the unit itself instead of having to use multiple pedals. Stompbox chains typically start with dynamics effects such as compression, before routing the signal to wah, EQ, distortion and/or overdrive effects. Modulation and spatial effects such as chorus, delay and reverb are usually placed at the end of the chain. However, there are no hard and fast rules on how to chain effects. Exciting new sounds can easily be discovered with a little experimentation and some imaginative effect chaining. The B1on/B1Xon gives you the ability to get creative with your effects chaining. You can also easily edit chains you've previously created. Simple changes in the order of effects can alter sounds dramatically. For example, an EQ set before an amp model can result in a radically different sound than having the EQ set after the amp model. That's because putting the EQ before the amp model serves to not only alter the tonal characteristic of the sound but to act as a signal booster as well. All this can be done internally with the B1on/B1Xon-much easier than physically changing the order of stompboxes. Tuner Stayin' in tune Bassists know the importance of playing in tune. But it's not just about getting your instrument in tune; it's about keeping it in tune all night. That's no problem if you're using a B1on/B1Xon, because its built-in Tuner makes the task totally stress-free, even under the pressure of a live gig and the heat of stage lighting. The B1on/B1Xon Tuner is instantly accessible at all times and shows you whether the note you're playing is sharp, flat, or dead on. You can opt to either bypass the currently selected effect (thus giving you a clean, unaffected sound) when tuning, or to mute the signal altogether, allowing you to tune in silence. The B1on/B1Xon Tuner is incredibly flexible, too: It can be set to a reference of A=440, or any value between 435 and 445, and can be used chromatically or in a variety of standard bass tunings. Rhythms The perfect accompaniments Rhythm training is an important part of every bassist's craft. The B1on/B1Xon Rhythm function makes it easy and fun to do. 68 realistic-sounding rhythms are at your fingertips: PCM samples of actual drums playing real-life patterns in a variety of different genres-everything from rock to jazz, from Emo to Motown. Dozens of quarter-note, eighth-note and sixteenth-note rhythms are provided, in 4/4, 6/8 (shuffle) and 3/4 (waltz time); for the adventurous, there's even a 5/4 groove! The Rhythm function can also be used in conjunction with the Looper function (see below), allowing you to craft complex orchestrations overlaying the pattern of your choice. Looper Build a complete performance Got a great lick that you'd like to expand on, or a distinctive chord progression that you think could serve as the foundation for an exciting improvisation or an inspired solo? Explore your creativity to its fullest with the B1on/B1Xon Looper function, which allows you to layer up to 30 seconds of performance (through the effect or effects of your choice) in high quality audio (16-bit 44.1kHz). Recording time can either be set manually or to a preset number of quarter notes, up to 64 beats, and starting and stopping the Looper (as well as readying it for an overdub or clearing its memory altogether) is as easy as pressing a pedal-no hands required. The B1on/B1Xon Looper can also be used in conjunction with the Rhythm function, allowing you to play along with the pattern of your choice. Auto Save Edits saved. All the time. Finally got that perfect effect crafted, but afraid you'll lose it? It'll never happen when you use the B1on/B1Xon's handy Auto Save function. When switched on, whatever you change will automatically be saved. Alternatively, if you'd prefer the insurance of a safety net (so that you never accidentally overwrite a patch), simply leave Auto Save off. The B1on/B1Xon will then politely ask you if you want to save your edits whenever you move on to a different patch. Settings can be saved to the currently selected memory area, or to any other area, allowing you to place it where it's most convenient. The B1on/B1Xon makes naming patches a breeze, too-simply use the parameter knob to dial in the characters you want. Patch names can be up to ten characters long, and each patch can be assigned its own level as well, allowing you to ensure consistent volume even when going from a gentle acoustic sound to heavy metal overdrive. Pre Select Choose the effect you want before the audience hears it Normally, you'll want to store your custom B1on/B1Xon patches adjacent to one another so that stepping on the pedal will scroll through them in the order needed-something that's easily accomplished using the handy Swap function. In that circumstance, you'll also want the sound to change immediately, and this is the way the B1on/B1Xon normally operates. However, if you haven't stored your patches in adjacent memory locations, or if you simply get the urge to experiment and change things up in the middle of a performance, just turn on the B1on/B1Xon Pre Select function. This allows you to scroll through patches silently, with the current sound remaining unchanged as you do so. Power Functions More power to you. The B1on/B1Xon runs on just 4 AA batteries-either alkaline or rechargeable NiMH. Alternatively, it can be powered from an AC adapter (sold separately) or via USB. When running on batteries, the B1on/B1Xon powers up automatically when a jack is inserted into its input connector, and a unique "eco" function can be used to automatically power the unit off if unused for 10 hours. Battery life (when using alkaline batteries) is more than 20 hours, even during continuous use, and a handy "battery remaining" display shows you how much power is remaining. To extend battery life further still, you can opt to have the backlit LCD display turn off automatically after 15 or 30 seconds after the pedal was last used. The B1Xon expression pedal Express yourself. The B1Xon adds an expression pedal to the two main pedals, allowing 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 every patch-you can even set the minimum value higher than the maximum value for reverse pedaling effects. There's also a simple calibration procedure that enables you to customize pedal sensitivity. Whether you're a feather-light player or a real lead-foot, the B1Xon can adapt to your particular pedaling style.  

  • Zoom B1Xon Bass Guitar Multi-Effects

    Zoom B1Xon Bass Guitar Multi-Effects

    Here at Zoom we've been leading the way in multi-effects processing for the past twenty-five years. We're especially proud that our innovations in stomp-box effects pedals have become the tools of choice for bassists and guitarists the world over. Now, with the release of the B1on and B1Xon, we're taking bass effects to new heights-and at an astonishingly affordable price. Whatever your level of expertise, whatever your style of music, the B1on/B1Xon is sure to become an instant favorite in your pedalboard. Amazing effects, amazing features, amazing sound. The B1on offers 75 bass effects, including a variety of distortion, compression, modulation, delay, reverb and amp models. The B1Xon offers 5 additional pedal-controlled effects. Up to 5 effects can be used simultaneously, chained together any way you like. In addition, there are 68 built-in rhythm accompaniment patterns, and you can connect headphones to the output jack (as well as portable music players to the auxiliary input jack) for silent practice sessions. An onboard chromatic tuner supports all standard bass tunings, and a Looper feature enables you to record up to 30 seconds of CD-quality audio. Loop length can be set either manually or to a preset number of quarter notes, and you can loop to any rhythm pattern, with automatic quantization that ensures seamless start and end times. Programming is simple and straightforward, thanks to a streamlined user interface and the large backlit LCD screen. Advanced editing features such as Swap, Auto-Save and Pre-Select make it easy to organize your patches for live performance and allow you to scroll through patches silently while keeping the current patch operational. In addition, the B1Xon's built-in expression pedal enables you to control input level, output level, or any selected effect parameter in real time. Dozens of different ways to make you a Bass Hero Both the B1on and the B1Xon allow you to choose from 75 different onboard DSP effects. (The B1Xon offers 5 additional pedal-controlled effects.) These include compressors, noise gates, filters, equalizers and octave dividers, as well as boosters, overdrives, fuzzes, phasers and flangers, plus chorus, pitch shift, tremolo, vibrato, a sub-octave generator and an intelligent bass synthesizer that plays along in key-even a DeFret effect that changes the tone of a fretted bass into that of a fretless. There are simulations of both classic and contemporary pedals such as the Aphex Punch Factory, MXR DynaComp, dbx 160A, BBE Sonic Maximizer, Moog MF-101 and Z. Vex Seek-Wah, as well as the Xotic EP Booster and Bass BB Preamp, Electro-Harmonix Bass Big Muff, SansAmp Bass Driver DI, MXR Bass D.I.+, Avalon Design U5, plus the ADA Flanger, tc Electronic Corona Tri-Chorus and BOSS ODB-3, DS-1 and Metal Zone. Original effects include Zoom's Noise Reduction (ZNR) algorithm, a bass frequency-specific Auto-Wah and a "talking" modulator. You'll also find more than a dozen delays and natural-sounding reverbs here, including rooms, halls, plates and an emulation of the Line6 M9 Particle Verb. The dozen amp models include emulations of classic tube amplifiers like the Ampeg SVT, Ampeg B-15, Fender Bassman and acoustic 360, as well as the contemporary sounds of the Hartke HA3500, SWR SM-900, Aguilar DB750, Polytone Mini-Brute III, Marshall Super Bass, Gallien-Krueger 800RB, Eden WT-800 and Italian Markbass Little Mark III, each with its own distinct cabinet modeling that can be used to further alter the tonal quality. What's more, you can pair any amp model to any cabinet model for unusual, and often striking, effects. Click here for a full list of all the B1on/B1Xon effects, along with a list of their editable parameters. NOTE: Manufacturer names and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. The names are used only to illustrate sonic characteristics and do not indicate any affiliation with the Zoom Corporation or Zoom North America. B1on/B1Xon Features The B1on/B1Xon offers a wealth of features that make it easy to dial in the exact sound you want. Effects Chaining Complex multi-rffects made easy Question: When is an effects pedal not just an effects pedal?Answer: When it's a multi-effects pedal. The B1on/B1Xon not only allows you to select and edit any of its onboard effects, it enables you to use up to 5 of them simultaneously, chained together in any order you like. This kind of power and flexibility means that you can create rich, complex effects within the unit itself instead of having to use multiple pedals. Stompbox chains typically start with dynamics effects such as compression, before routing the signal to wah, EQ, distortion and/or overdrive effects. Modulation and spatial effects such as chorus, delay and reverb are usually placed at the end of the chain. However, there are no hard and fast rules on how to chain effects. Exciting new sounds can easily be discovered with a little experimentation and some imaginative effect chaining. The B1on/B1Xon gives you the ability to get creative with your effects chaining. You can also easily edit chains you've previously created. Simple changes in the order of effects can alter sounds dramatically. For example, an EQ set before an amp model can result in a radically different sound than having the EQ set after the amp model. That's because putting the EQ before the amp model serves to not only alter the tonal characteristic of the sound but to act as a signal booster as well. All this can be done internally with the B1on/B1Xon-much easier than physically changing the order of stompboxes. Tuner Stayin' in tune Bassists know the importance of playing in tune. But it's not just about getting your instrument in tune; it's about keeping it in tune all night. That's no problem if you're using a B1on/B1Xon, because its built-in Tuner makes the task totally stress-free, even under the pressure of a live gig and the heat of stage lighting. The B1on/B1Xon Tuner is instantly accessible at all times and shows you whether the note you're playing is sharp, flat, or dead on. You can opt to either bypass the currently selected effect (thus giving you a clean, unaffected sound) when tuning, or to mute the signal altogether, allowing you to tune in silence. The B1on/B1Xon Tuner is incredibly flexible, too: It can be set to a reference of A=440, or any value between 435 and 445, and can be used chromatically or in a variety of standard bass tunings. Rhythms The perfect accompaniments Rhythm training is an important part of every bassist's craft. The B1on/B1Xon Rhythm function makes it easy and fun to do. 68 realistic-sounding rhythms are at your fingertips: PCM samples of actual drums playing real-life patterns in a variety of different genres-everything from rock to jazz, from Emo to Motown. Dozens of quarter-note, eighth-note and sixteenth-note rhythms are provided, in 4/4, 6/8 (shuffle) and 3/4 (waltz time); for the adventurous, there's even a 5/4 groove! The Rhythm function can also be used in conjunction with the Looper function (see below), allowing you to craft complex orchestrations overlaying the pattern of your choice. Looper Build a complete performance Got a great lick that you'd like to expand on, or a distinctive chord progression that you think could serve as the foundation for an exciting improvisation or an inspired solo? Explore your creativity to its fullest with the B1on/B1Xon Looper function, which allows you to layer up to 30 seconds of performance (through the effect or effects of your choice) in high quality audio (16-bit 44.1kHz). Recording time can either be set manually or to a preset number of quarter notes, up to 64 beats, and starting and stopping the Looper (as well as readying it for an overdub or clearing its memory altogether) is as easy as pressing a pedal-no hands required. The B1on/B1Xon Looper can also be used in conjunction with the Rhythm function, allowing you to play along with the pattern of your choice. Auto Save Edits saved. All the time. Finally got that perfect effect crafted, but afraid you'll lose it? It'll never happen when you use the B1on/B1Xon's handy Auto Save function. When switched on, whatever you change will automatically be saved. Alternatively, if you'd prefer the insurance of a safety net (so that you never accidentally overwrite a patch), simply leave Auto Save off. The B1on/B1Xon will then politely ask you if you want to save your edits whenever you move on to a different patch. Settings can be saved to the currently selected memory area, or to any other area, allowing you to place it where it's most convenient. The B1on/B1Xon makes naming patches a breeze, too-simply use the parameter knob to dial in the characters you want. Patch names can be up to ten characters long, and each patch can be assigned its own level as well, allowing you to ensure consistent volume even when going from a gentle acoustic sound to heavy metal overdrive. Pre Select Choose the effect you want before the audience hears it Normally, you'll want to store your custom B1on/B1Xon patches adjacent to one another so that stepping on the pedal will scroll through them in the order needed-something that's easily accomplished using the handy Swap function. In that circumstance, you'll also want the sound to change immediately, and this is the way the B1on/B1Xon normally operates. However, if you haven't stored your patches in adjacent memory locations, or if you simply get the urge to experiment and change things up in the middle of a performance, just turn on the B1on/B1Xon Pre Select function. This allows you to scroll through patches silently, with the current sound remaining unchanged as you do so. Power Functions More power to you. The B1on/B1Xon runs on just 4 AA batteries-either alkaline or rechargeable NiMH. Alternatively, it can be powered from an AC adapter (sold separately) or via USB. When running on batteries, the B1on/B1Xon powers up automatically when a jack is inserted into its input connector, and a unique "eco" function can be used to automatically power the unit off if unused for 10 hours. Battery life (when using alkaline batteries) is more than 20 hours, even during continuous use, and a handy "battery remaining" display shows you how much power is remaining. To extend battery life further still, you can opt to have the backlit LCD display turn off automatically after 15 or 30 seconds after the pedal was last used. The B1Xon expression pedal Express yourself. The B1Xon adds an expression pedal to the two main pedals, allowing 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 every patch-you can even set the minimum value higher than the maximum value for reverse pedaling effects. There's also a simple calibration procedure that enables you to customize pedal sensitivity. Whether you're a feather-light player or a real lead-foot, the B1Xon can adapt to your particular pedaling style.  

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