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VOX SL1G Vox Multi-FX Guitar pedal 2021

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  • VOX SL1G Vox Multi-FX Guitar pedal 2021
  • VOX SL1G Vox Multi-FX Guitar pedal 2021
  • VOX SL1G Vox Multi-FX Guitar pedal 2021
MSRP: $137.99
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Description

The StompLab IG from Vox is a modeling effects processor designed for electric guitar. Featuring 120 presets (100 stock, 20 user-assignable), this unit emulates amps, cabinets, EQs, modulations, delays, and reverbs. The presets are categorized by genre into ten separate banks, with each bank containing ten different combinations of amps, pedals, and various effects. You can program the user presets with the edit button, which converts the category, gain, and value knobs into controllable commands over all of the pedal's built-in parameters—parameters which can you can save and recall whenever you need them.

On the stage, you can twist the StompLab's knobs for gain and effect manipulation. The unit can be routed to an amplifier or directly into a mixer or PA (in mono or stereo); the choice is yours. As an additional feature, this pedal offers a tuner with a six-octave range and an adjustable point of reference: You can assign that all-important "A" to any frequency between 438 and 445 Hz, so if you need to tune to European orchestras for some reason, such a feat wouldn't be a problem.

Modulation
Nine different modulation types, including chorus, filtron, tremolo, phaser, flanger, pitch-shift, and rotary
Pedal Types
Eight different pedal emulations, including compressor, wah, octavizer, acoustic, uni-vibe, tone, and ring-mod
Amp and Drive Combinations
44 individual amplifiers modeled, as well as 18 different drive settings
Cabinets
12 cabinets modeled, including Tweed (1x8", 1x12", 4x10"), Black (2x10", 2x12") and more
Delays and Reverbs
Two different delay settings with up to four repeats of feedback apiece, as well as three distinct styles of reverb
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