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Stomplab IG from Vox changes the focus of effects pedals to be less about the effects, and more about the overall tone and sound.
The essence behind Stomplab is to offer a huge number of sounds without overwhelming players who simply want to get down and play. For this reason, the modelling sounds are categorised by style. "Pop" or "funk" for example. Each modelling chain is carefully designed so that once you switch to the sound you need all of the effects are already there in the chain. You'll worry less about how long your delay is, and whether you need chorus, or flanger, and you'll get more playing done!
The coolest thing about the Stomplab IG is that it really brings ease of use back into the forefront. With all the models at your fingertips, minimal digital screens are used to control your sound - yet you can get a great range of effects that sound just like your favourite tunes, and inspire you to find your own unique sounds too!
Here's what Korg say about the Stomplab Series of Multi FX Pedals
The StompLab series of effect pedals are impressive new contenders that pack powerful sounds into compact and sophisticated looking metal bodies. Sound variations are categorized by style, such as rock, blues, and ballad, making it easy for even novice users to recall the desired sound. In addition to the StompLab IG’s dedicated guitar modeling and the StompLab IB dedicated bass modeling, the lineup also includes the StompLab IIG and IIB which provide an expression pedal. With high-quality looks, plus its high quality sound, the StompLab series will be a great companion for the guitarist or bassist for years to come.
First check out the sounds!
Multi-effects units contain an incredibly diverse array of sounds that range from distorted to clean, and the sheer number of these sounds can be staggering. Although having a large number of sounds is a great advantage, it can also overwhelm the novice user, causing difficulty or confusion. The StompLab series is designed to be easily usable, even by novice players. Since each program is named with a musical style, such as rock, blues, or metal. You’ll be able to find the perfect sound without being concerned with specific effect names. The musical styles are categorized into ten types, and cover everything from straight-ahead traditional styles to quirky, unusual sounds. There are ten variations for each category, so you're sure to find sounds you like.
Create your own original sounds!
Simply playing the preset sounds is a lot of fun, but you'll definitely want to create some of your own original sounds as well. The StompLab IG contains 103 types of modeling effects. These effects are categorized as pedal, amp, drive, cabinet, modulation, delay, and reverb effects. When noise reduction is included, you can use up to 8 of them simultaneously. Each effect type provides multiple parameters that you can deeply edit to create your perfect sound. Since the sound engine is equivalent to those featured on the worldwide best-selling VT+ series of modeling amps and the ToneLab series of multi-effect units, you need no further guarantee of quality. Sounds you create can be saved as 20 user programs.
It looks great!
The StompLab series was designed with great care, not only for its sounds, but also for its superb aesthetic. You'll never get tired of the cool metallic exterior. The pedal design is reminiscent of the vintage VOX wah pedals, which is sure to boost inspiration. One of the attractions of the StompLab series is the high-quality appearance, which is unheard of among other compact multi-effect units. It sounds excellent, it looks great and it’s compact enough to fit into a gig bag, so you can take it along with you anywhere your music takes you, quickly and easily.
Packed with convenient functions including a tuner!
The StompLab series has a built-in chromatic tuner, so you won't need to provide one separately. The three-LED indicator makes tuning easy. For convenience on stage, there's a mute function that lets you tune without being heard by others. Headphones can also be connected, so you'll be able to play at home late into the night without disturbing anyone. Battery operation makes these units easily portable, letting you enjoy serious sound from your guitar or bass wherever you go.
Vox Stomplab Features
- A total of 100 preset programs are categorized into styles such as rock, blues, metal, and pop
- Easy to use interface; even novice users can instantly access the sounds they want!
- StompLab IG provides 103 types of modeling effects
- Each effect model boasts a sound engine that has been distilled from the worldwide best-selling VT+ series of modeling amps as well as the ToneLab series of multi-effect units.
- Edit and save 20 of your own user programs
- Up to 8 effect models can be used simultaneously
- Sophisticated appearance that was unimaginable for older effect units.
- Two-way power; works on batteries or on the AC adapter (separately sold)
- Built-in auto chromatic tuner with bypass and mute functions
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 21 February 2014
An item that is excellent value for money
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 16 February 2014
AMAZING PIECE OF EQUIPMENT FOR THE PRICE, ESPECIALLY AS IT INCLUDES A TUNER.
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 29 January 2014
This a product that is very good value for money - especially at the reduce sale price. Whilst i am delighted with the product itself, I think that the supplied owners manual could do with some improvement - in particular by detailing the effect to be had by using the sub-programs within each of the various categories.
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 28 January 2014
Does what I want it for, well priced,used Andertons often and will continue to buy from them.
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 13 September 2013
Good piece of kit for sensible money - no arguments at this price!
Mick | Purchase date: 23 July 2013
Very disappointing. Actually I didn't expect too much for less than 50 quid but it's disappointing even at that price. Basically I bought it as a quick take-to-jam-sessions/omn's when I obviously don't want to drag my Mesa Boogie and full pedalboard along. I also though that the tuner and possibility of using is as just a reverb for a couple of small combo's I have without reverb (Blackstar HT5 and Ibanez TS) would justify the cost. I supposes it does otherwise I would send it back. The pre-sets are almost universally horrendous and mostly unusuable. It took me ages to get a sound from the 1G that was even as good as the by-pass! I finally managed to get one passable version of each of: clean, boost, crunch, drive, solo, slapback, reverb and chorus and store them in the user section. But it was hard work and NO substitute for a real quality 2 channel valve amp. I suppose you get what you pay for.