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IK Multimedia iRig Stomp pedal-style guitar interface for iOS devices
- 1/4” Hi-Z instrument input for guitar and bass
- 1/8” headphone output for real-time monitoring
- 2 x 1/4” output for easy connection to your amp
- pedalboard or mixer
- bypass switch lets you control AmpliTube the same way as a regular stomp effect
- Active circuit for improved sound quality and adjustable input gain
- Rugged metal enclosure for years of solid performance
- even on stage
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Haven't you always wanted to work your favorite iOS guitar effects apps into your live rig? Here's the gadget you've been waiting for! IK Multimedia's iRig Stomp gives you both the I/O you need to use your iOS device into your pedalboard, plus stomp box-style control. How does it work? Its simple. You just hook up your iPhone, iPad, or other iOS device to the iRig Stomp via a standard 1/8" TRRS 2-way cable. The rest of the iRig Stomp works just like a standard stomp box, complete with true-bypass switching, so you don't have to worry about your tone when its not engaged.
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That said, the product works great and its way cheaper than buying separate pedals.
It gets your guitar signal into your iOS device, has a boost knob, headphone output, and is very flexible as far as routing goes, and it does all of that for $60, so I'm giving it four stars. You'd be hard-pressed to find another device in that price range with that much functionality. That said, $40 more gets you into the tier of devices that have their own converters and use the lightning or 30-pin connector, which is going to get you a much cleaner signal that is definitely suitable for recording. But if all you want is to get your guitar playing nice with your iPad and aren't overly concerned with a slightly higher noise-floor, then the iRig Stomp is a great, affordable option.
One other thing to consider- the Stomp (or any of the iRig interfaces) will not talk directly to non-IK apps. This means that you MUST use Amplitube with any IK guitar interface. Now, you can use Audiobus or inter-app audio, turn the modeling off in Amplitube completely, and then go to GarageBand or any other modeling software you want to use, but Amplitube always has to be first in the audio chain for the iRig devices to work. I've been told that you can bypass this restriction by using the Apple Camera Connection kit between the iRig and iOS device, but haven't verified this myself. I use Amplitube 90% of the time anyway, but I do like Ampkit for some sounds. I also like being able to go straight to GarageBand when recording acoustic guitar, so this restriction might be something to consider, depending on how you use iOS with your guitar. Like I said, there are ways around this, but for me, the appeal of recording guitar in iOS is the simplicity, so I don't want to deal with extra steps to get around an arbitrary restriction. It may not be a problem for most people, but it's a deal breaker for me. I find the non-IK devices to be much more flexible in this sense. I ended up going with the Apogee Sonic Port, which plays nice with any iOS audio app (including Amplitube).