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FXM040

Zoom G3 Multi FX Pedal

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IT'S LIKE HAVING THREE GUITAR PEDALS IN ONE

THE ZOOM G3

Guitar Effects & Amp Simulator Pedal

The Zoom G3 guitar pedal opens the door to a new level of creativity. It offers 94 effects, along with 22 amp and cabinet models, and allows you to chain up to six of them together for full multi-effect complexity. Three stompbox-style displays—each with its own dedicated foot switch and control knobs—make it easy to edit effects and bring them in and out as needed. Advanced features like an onboard chromatic tuner, balanced line-level output, USB port, and integrated rhythm patterns and looper complete the picture. Both onstage and in the studio, you can count on your G3 to deliver the great sound you need from a guitar pedal.

 

Over a hundred different ways to craft your sound

The G3 provides a whopping 116 different onboard DSP effects and amp/cabinet models.

These include compressors, noise gates, filters, equalizers, and wah effects, as well as boosters, overdrives, fuzzes, phasers, and flangers, plus chorus, pitch shift, tremolo, vibrato—even ring modulation. There are simulations of both classic and contemporary pedals such as the MXR Dynacomp and Distortion+, Moog MF-101, Ibanez TS808, Marshall Guv'nor, Fuzz Face, Big Muff, Pro Co Rat, ADA Flanger, and Boss OD-1, DS-1, Metal Face, and CE-1. Original effects include Zoom's Noise Reduction (ZNR) algorithm and ExtremeDS, which offers the most powerful gain of any distortion effect in the world. You'll also find 20 delays and natural-sounding reverbs here, including rooms, halls, arenas, plates, springs, and tape delay simulators, as well as dual effects such as chorus/delay, compressor/overdrive, and delay/reverb. 

The 22 amp models provided by the G3 include emulations of both vintage and modern tube and solid-state amplifiers from manufacturers like Fender, Marshall, Matchless, Mega Boogie, Sound City, Hiwatt, Orange, Two Rock, Diezel, and ENGL, 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. You can even match the output of a given amp/cabinet model to the actual setup you're playing through (options include Line, Combo Front, Stack Front, Combo Power Amp, and Stack Power Amp). 

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.