For Sale - Korg AX100G Guitar Processor
Korg AX100g available for sale in Mumbai. Perfect working condition. Expected Price: Rs. 2500/-. Contact: 9820396002 / rohankadam (at) rediffmail (dot) com
Korg AX100G REMS Guitar Multi-Effects Processor
63 types of high-quality effects created with Korg's unique REMS modeling technology. 80 (40/preset + 40/user) programs.
The AX100G is powered by Korg's REMS modeling technology, and packs a wide range of effects from heavily distorted high-gain amp sounds, to acoustic guitar modeling, even controlled feedback in one compact unit. The versatile AX100G puts you in control of all the multi-effects you need for primo guitar tone.
REMS Modeling Produces the AX100G's 63 Great Sounding Effects
The AX100G doesn't skimp when it comes to all the guitar sounds that are indispensable for playing live and in the studio. Its distortion effects include fat warm tube sounds, classic to metal sounds, traditional British stack sounds, and more. Each drive amp program is programmed with 2 drive settings. This allows you to switch from clean to crunch or backing to lead sounds without changing programs. An essential feature when playing live.
Superior Sound and Control
With 80 high-quality programs built in, you'll never be at a loss for great sounds. You get 40 preset programs and room to put in 40 programs of your own. And you can chain up to 7 individual effects together in each program for awesome versatility. In addition to its variety of mainstay effects, like chorus, flanger, and delay, the AX100G includes a high-quality cabinet resonator. This reproduces the sound of an amplifier and speaker cabinet, so you can plug directly into a PA or recorder and still get full, warm, amp tone, and character.
The AX100G's built-in Expression Pedal puts you in the driver's seat of up-to-the-minute effects control. Use it to add feedback or to control 23 types of pedal effects in real time. From Volume to Wah, Chorus and Flanger, the Expression Pedal lets you control your sound.
The AX100G includes a uniquely designed Intelligent Pitch Shifter that automatically creates harmony as you play. You can specify the scale and key of the harmony part. The AX100G's Slow Attack automatically creates a volume swell for each note you play. You can adjust the speed of the attack and threshold level to determine how hard you need to pick each note.
Effect Select Mode
In this mode you can press the "down" switch to switch the drive channel while you perform. So, if you are playing a clean sound at the beginning of a song, you can change the drive channel for the solo and go back without having to select a new program. Press the "up" switch to turn the modulation and ambient effects on or off. This also allows you to alter parts of a program while you are playing in real time without changing to a new program.
The AX100G includes a new Virtual Feedback effect that allows you to add feedback to your guitar without having to rely on a high volume amp to create it. By using the Expression Pedal, you can "grab" a note, hold it, and feed it back. Add tremolo to the feedback and even select from feedback in the same octave or one octave higher. The AX100G's 7 LED pedal indicator lets you know how much feedback and tremolo you're adding while you're playing. Get amazing feedback at any volume and control it in real time!
The handy Sample & Play feature of the AX100G allows you to record up to six seconds of playing and then loop or reverse loop it. You can adjust the length and loop direction with the Expression pedal and play over your loops for a full-sounding performance.
In addition, the AX100G's Phrase Sampler lets you record up to 8 seconds of your own playing or from an external audio source and reduce its speed up to 25% without changing the pitch. This helps you copy difficult passages or check out your own playing.
The AX100G even comes with over 50 types of rhythm patterns already pre-set and ready to groove. From Rock to Jazz, Funk, Blues, and Dance, you can play along to any style, improve your rhythm, and even use patterns to create new songs.
The AX100G's new extra-bright 7-point LED pedal indicator provides excellent visibility for precise real-time effect control changes even on a dark stage. And it's easy to see and use built-in auto chromatic tuner helps keep you in tune without having to use an external device.
63 types of hi-quality effects created with Korg's unique REMS modeling technology.
80 (40/preset + 40/user) programs.
Foot-switchable Drive Amp Effect (2 different drive effects per program).
Foot-switchable Effect Select mode allows you to switch between the 2 drive effects and turn the Modulation/Ambient effect on or off.
Built-in Expression Pedal controls 23 types of pedal effects in real time.
Virtual Feedback holds and sustains notes to create feedback.
Intelligent Pitch Shifter automatically creates harmony while you play.
Sample and Play function reproduces or reverses recorded loops.
50 types of PCM rhythm patterns to play along with.
Phrase Trainer for recording and slowing down phrases, so you can copy them easily.
AUX-IN allows you to connect an external audio source, like a CD player.
Instantly edit your settings with onboard knob controls.
Backlit display for excellent visibility even on stage.
Built-in auto chromatic tuner with Bypass/Mute mode.
Number of effects: 63 types
Maximum number of effects usable simultaneously: 7
Number of programs: 80 (40 preset, 40 user)
Inputs: Guitar input (mono phone jack), AUX IN (stereo mini jack)
Outputs: Line/Headphone dual-purpose output (stereo phone jack)
Tuner section: Detection range: 27.5 Hz - 2,093 Hz (A0 - C7)
Calibration: A=438 - 445 Hz
Pattern: 50 types,
Tempo: bpm = 40 - 208
Power supply: Separately sold AC adapter (DC9V) or 4 AA size (LR6) alkaline batteries (battery life is 12 hours of continuous use)
Dimensions (W x D x H): 12.98 x 7.15 x 2.26 in. (329.6 x 181.5 x 575.5 mm)
Weight (excluding batteries): 2.31 lbs. (1.05 kg)
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