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ammoon PockRock Guitar Pedal Portable Multi-effects Processor Effect Pedal 15 Effect Types 40 Drum Rhythms Tuning Function with Power Adapter-Dark Grey
- 【Multi-effects Pedal】: 5 effect modules including 15 effect types, providing you with a sound library.
- 【Real Drum Rhythm】: 40 meticulous designed drum rhythms, and equipped with tuning function.
- 【Total 32 Patches】: 16 preset patches and 16 user patches for you to create your own sound library.
- 【Dual Power Supply】: DC 9V adapter(included) or 2 * AAA batteries (not included).
- 【Perfect for Practice】: With 1/8" Aux in & headphone stereo jacks, and 1/4" input & output mono jacks. With a metal buckle on the backside to hang it at the waist for convenient usage.
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How many times have you listened to a guitar on an album and heard some neat effects, but can't dream of buying a slew of $100+ FX pedals, plus countless patch cables and battery solutions? Are you completely overwhelmed by the features and prices of multi-effect pedals? Screw all of that for now! Enjoy the sounds of all your favorite guitarists for a fraction of the cost!
You cannot beat the price for the load of features this thing brings. Like my other model, it runs quietly on AAA batteries (use rechargeable, as they only last a couple hours, and yes it does have a low battery warning but you literally have a minute before it turns off). Using the AC adaptor will bring some extra noise.
The effects are a bit "extreme", but use a gently touch and "less is more" for some of the crazier flanger/phaser/delay settings.
Honestly, combined with a cheap tube preamp (like a Behringer with a Russian tube added), and a Boss noise suppressor, this thing will get you through a gig if you have a free hand to operate it. I've gone to a gig with these items, plus a ZT Lunchbox amp and my Ibanez RG470, and COMPLETELY FLOORED the audience. No need to drag along my huge and heavy Boss GT pedalboard unless I need a wah/whammy/volume pedal.
My student wants to learn some Van Halen? Guess my pocket effects processor is coming along! Instant "Ain't Talkin' Bout Love" or "Eruption", anyone?
The "cab simulator" switch should almost always be on, BTW, unless you're trying to record with it and want it SUPER DRY.
For late night practicing, the array of drum patterns and other features rivals my old Casio keyboard. It sounds "cheap", but it beats the staleness of a metronome and actually helps you stay in the pocket of a real drum rhythm.
Twenty years ago I had a DOD (Digitech's budget model) pedal that sounded like crap in comparison, and it was $250. I've since upgraded to many other solutions, but I'm floored that this thing holds up well.
This is a GREAT stocking stuffer, or gift for any time of year! It also works for acoustic guitars with a 1/4" output and basses. Just playing with headphones with a touch of the crazy reverb makes you want to practice for hours. Plus the convenient tuner keeps you going at the press of a button, and works better than my phone apps.
Don't get suckered into buying something expensive. Try this first! It's not a quantity-over-quality solution, it's just a cheap solution to many questions. If you want to get more fussy with your effects down the line, let this be your stepping stone. You'll be very surprised.
On top of a bunch of electric guitar pedal sims and drum patterns, is a selection of reverb delays and room options. And again, they sound from decent to surprisingly good. Like I said. This thing is a riot. No need to compare it to serious equipment, but in a pinch, you could have great fun impressing an audience with no one the wiser.
Finally, the PockRock has some presetting storage options. And it has a belt clip built into the back. So I'm working on programming it and figuring out how to work with it in a live setting.
Get one, for goodness sake. Even if you just want to use the headphone output (did I mention that!?) for practice.
I've used the PockRock as a stand alone unit, but also have ran it through my pedal board with various other pedals. I found that the effects/mods on the PockRock are good enough on their own, so I mostly just run it through my noise gate and looper pedals and out to the amp and the results sound great. If using alone with headphones for quiet practice without the AC adapter, it does go through batteries faster than the Vox amPlug though, but worth it due to the many more options available on the PockRock. I feel with all the effects/mods/drives and drums choices this offers, you really can't beat it, especially for price!...Highly recommend!