Do Zoom guitar pedals respond to tone controls?

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Do Zoom guitar pedals respond to tone controls?

Post by Matt » Mon Feb 11, 2008 10:07 am

Hi.

Can anyone tell me if the sound of Zoom guitar pedals responds to the tone control on an electric or bass guitar? I was reading on another forum that the sound effects on the G1 sound the same regardless of the tone settings or pick-up used.

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Post by bjd » Sat Aug 09, 2008 1:32 pm

I have an older GFX-8 and I don't have any problem by tweaking my tone pot on the guitar. The GFX-8 responds well - but I don't know the G series. But I wouldn't think that the G series with the newer processor would be bad.
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Post by Gu Djin » Tue Oct 07, 2008 4:26 am

I have G7.1ut pedal that I like though, I 've nothing modern to compare it too.

Played through my little ancient practice Amp the humbuckers on my even more elderly Guild Starfire V retain quite a good tonal range and variation when played through the pedal.

My somewhat newer Telecaster played through the same setup seems to have less.

Though with the higher digital processed the variation is significantly less on both guitars,as you may expect.

Regards Leigh
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