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IK Multimedia iRig STOMP
The iRig STOMP is designed to work seamlessly with the iRig Amplitube app but will work with any iOS/guitar/amp/instrument app.
It is the size of many other compact pedals and so the iRig STOMP would easily become a vital part of your setup. One day it might be a delay pedal the next it might be a fuzz and then you might have a combination of 4 effects all coming on at the press of its one switch, the versatility of this product is its great strength.
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Heres what IK Multimedia say about the iRig STOMP
- Compact, durable yet lightweight, aluminum-cast enclosure integrates easily into any traditional pedalboard.
- Can be used inline with other effects pedals, or directly connected to amplifiers or PA systems using regular 1/4" guitar cables, with no need for adapters.
- Allows precise adjustment of the signal for perfect guitar and bass levels with its large input gain knob.
- Active battery-powered output circuit improves headroom, especially when used with high-gain amplifiers in the AmpliTube app, reducing feedback and crosstalk when recording.
- The bypass switch allows engaging or bypassing the AmpliTube app chain of effects – like a traditional stompbox – for seamless integration into any existing rig.
- Ultra-compact form-factor can be easily carried on the road.
- Features a 3.5mm/1/8" jack for silent practicing with headphones.
- Includes AmpliTube FREE app and can be used with any other guitar processing app that uses the iOS mini-jack
- Has an ultra-small, compact profile that can be carried anywhere with ease.
- Compatible with iPhone/iPod touch/iPad.
- iRig STOMP is compatible with iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPod touch (4th, 3rd and 2nd generation), iPad 2 and iPad.
- iRig STOMP is not recommended for use with 1st generation iPhone models.
- iRig STOMP does not support 1st generation iPod touch models, due to their lack of a mic input.