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Sound like sci -fi? Believe it! Now you can record super high-quality digital while you're playing and control the recorder with your feet. Record 2 tracks simultaneously, dub up to 8 tracks, then transfer them to your computer for editing with the included Cakewalk software. Record up to 6 minutes internal, 48 minutes with a SmartMedia Card (not included, bigger cards will be available soon). Or engage the JamMan2 full-featured loop recorder with an entirely different set of parameters and recording time limited only by the flashcard memory size. All of that not to mention a drum machine and EVERYTHING you loved about the GNX2 -- GeNetX amp and cab modeling with 'Warp" function that lets you create brand new models from old ones, and stompbox modeling with an assignable expression pedal. Record live gigs or companion tracks for live playback, double solos with yourself, lay down 8-track demos, create a full-range accompaniment for solo performance -- the possibilities are endless. Guitar and mic ins, 1/4" stereo and S/PDIF outs. Includes power supply.

Specifications:
Currently none available.

MSRP: N/A
Retail: $399.00
Image: N/A
URL: DigiTech
Updated: August 27, 2003

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 » Review posted by sage bond on Sunday, Jul. 13, 2003 @ 6:49 PM
General Comments:
This is one of the best effect proccesors out for it's price range. It lacks compared to the old RP12, but is still a good buy. In my opinion the RP12's distortions (stombox) were a lot better sounding, and the screen was a lot nicer to look at. On the positive side you get an endless supply of effects, you name it's got it. I like the amp models, and HyperModels. If you don't know what a hyper model is, it's a combination of amp models to make your own unique sound. Some other nice things are the recorder, the mic inputs, and the fact you can transfer your recorded things to your computer which you can edit with software, your own or the software they give you. You are probally better off with an old RP12, but if you can't find one GNX3 is the way to go.

What do you especially like about this product?
Hyper Models, the recorder, easy to use, mic inputs

What do you dislike about this product?
Screen and stompbox lack to that of the old RP12

Recommended: Yes

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 » Review posted by Anonymous on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2002 @ 12:40 PM
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Its the sweetest, warmest, most respondable Les Paul I've ever played. Alot of secondary sounds from the strings & body. Comfortable, lightweight, compared to the 59', & Black Beauty types, which tend to be heavy. The neck is almost alligned paralell with the body, vrs. the usual offset with round tops, with the strings further away from the body.

What do you especially like about this product?
It always responds to whatever I ask of it. soft mellow tones, & good cronch when effected. Also the offers I get for selling it to people who want it. last offer was:$4,000.00 (Declined, of course!)

What do you dislike about this product?
Didn't come with dual Humbuckers. But the soapdish Humbuckers sound well enough...

Recommended: Yes

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