[DISCONTINUED] Korg Pandora Stomp Multi-Effects Pedal, Black
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- 158 types of amps Use up to seven types of effects simultaneously REMS technology 200 Preset programs plus 200 editable user programs 100 Rhythm patterns including metronome Auto tuner with LED meter and backlit LCD AUX input for connecting your MP3 player AUX pitch function lets you adjust the pitch of the audio input in a range of +/- 1 octave Sturdy die-cast body Multi-function foot switch can also be used to switch program memories Four program memory
- Use up to seven types of effects simultaneously
- REMS technology
- 2 Preset programs plus 2 editable user programs
- 1 Rhythm patterns including metronome
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Korg's Pandora Stomp is a full-blown effects processor shoehorned into a compact stompbox. It's perfectly sized to store in your guitar case, on your pedalboard, or even in your coat pocket, yet it's loaded with tons of features. Just plug your guitar or bass in and you'll have 158 amps/effects to choose from. You can use up to seven effects at once to create the sounds you want and need. An onboard metronome and 100 rhythm patterns make practicing easy and fun, and the aux input lets you jam with your guitar heroes whenever you want. Complete with a built-in tuner, a backlit LCD, and battery/USB power, the Korg Pandora Stomp is a must-have pedal for any guitarist!
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i really like it a lot. it has so many sounds, and the synth sounds are so cool that i'm going to definitely work them into my recordings somehow! either way, this is a great price for a great unit that's awesome to practice with using headphones for both bass and guitar.
yes, it can be a little noisy (with the infamous hissing that everybody talks about) but honestly, from using my Line 6 guitar port on my PC and using other guitar programs in the past, for digital processing, i'm honeslty used to the hissing and the noise. nothing digital will ever sound as good as my JCM2000, and i know that, but i also know i wanted a small, compact, sturdy unit that has tons of sounds that i can just practice with without bothering anybody, and the pandora stomp is that piece of gear!