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Zoom G1Xon or G1on multieffects pedal. It's the only processor I used for guitar in these videos. It has not only a great super-splashy spring reverb effect ("springs 63") it has other superb reverbs (including plate), terrific delays and lovely compressors. Its price is lower than the other pedals mentioned yet I'd pay five times as much for it (and I have paid more than that with previous Zoom pedals) Check it out!

The Insanitizers! http://www.insanitizers.com

Last edited: Jun 10, 2019 20:11:34

It would be interesting if someone can compare oceans 11 and 'springs 63' reverb of the G1ON Zoom...But I think that the oceans 11 is the best right now.

https://www.youtube.com/user/jamess1400

Squid wrote:

Zoom G1Xon or G1on multieffects pedal. It's the only processor I used for guitar in these videos. It has not only a great super-splashy spring reverb effect ("springs 63") it has other superb reverbs (including plate), terrific delays and lovely compressors. Its price is lower than the other pedals mentioned yet I'd pay five times as much for it (and I have paid more than that with previous Zoom pedals) Check it out!

Nice sound!You should make a video about zoom G1on 63 reverb.there is no other on Youtube!

https://www.youtube.com/user/jamess1400

james14000 wrote:

Squid wrote:

Zoom G1Xon or G1on multieffects pedal. It's the only processor I used for guitar in these videos. It has not only a great super-splashy spring reverb effect ("springs 63") it has other superb reverbs (including plate), terrific delays and lovely compressors. Its price is lower than the other pedals mentioned yet I'd pay five times as much for it (and I have paid more than that with previous Zoom pedals) Check it out!

Nice sound!You should make a video about zoom G1on 63 reverb.there is no other on Youtube!

Yes I should. The enormous flexibility of this pedal for just spring reverb tones could take several videos. For example, there are numerous delays, compressions and other reverbs that can be combined with it. Moreover, for use with muted tic-tics I can instantly switch into a patch with enormously higher dwell and mix percentage, that would not work well for non-muted notes, and then switch back to lower levels of reverb. It's on my to-do list, along with cutting down a couple of trees, finishing song recordings, selling a house, etc.

The Insanitizers! http://www.insanitizers.com

Any opinions on how well the Zoom G1 would work as a headphone amp for quiet practice?

The G1's have 22 amp and cabinet simulations you can mix and match. For example, you could select a Deluxe Reverb into an Orange 4x12 cabinet.

The patch level and Master level might need to be reset if the G1 had been previously setup for connecting to an amp.

Surfadelphia wrote:

Any opinions on how well the Zoom G1 would work as a headphone amp for quiet practice?

In response to your question I just tried it...and it works extremely well. With output directly to headphones (Grado SR125) I hear the same tones that I hear through my PA, computer and bass guitar amp, and they are clear and lovely. There is plenty of volume, and I set the volume far below the maximum. No additional headphone amplifier needed.

To avoid internal overload (i.e., clipping, IM distortion, noise) avoid setting the gain of any effect in a patch above 100% except for the final effect.

The Insanitizers! http://www.insanitizers.com

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