Korg Pandora Stomp Multi Effect Processor/Tuner  

Item #: 
  • Write a Review

The first-generation Pandora, which appeared in 1995, was a revolutionary product that packed an amazing amount of functionality into a unit the size of a cassette tape, overturning all expectations o... Click To Read More About This Product

We're sorry—we no longer carry this item.

Find a similar product below or contact us for a recommendation of a great alternative.

Call: 866-498-7882 Email or Chat

Recommended Products

The first-generation Pandora, which appeared in 1995, was a revolutionary product that packed an amazing amount of functionality into a unit the size of a cassette tape, overturning all expectations of multi-effect units. Subsequently, it has continued to evolve to meet the needs of a wide range of users, adding "REMS" modeling technology and enhanced rhythm functionality. Now in 2013, the latest unit in the Pandora Series is a stomp-box type unit.

Although it looks like a compact effect unit in a die-cast body, it's actually a multi-effect unit that contains 158 types of modeling effects; seven of which, you can use simultaneously. Two hundred preset programs include many well-known signature sounds as well as 100 rhythm patterns that cover a diverse range of styles. There's also an auto tuner with an eye-catching LED meter that's easy to read. You can also enjoy jam sessions by connecting your MP3 player to the AUX input, which provides a +/-1 octave pitch shift function. The freely downloadable PC editor/librarian makes it easy to create and manage sounds. Whether used on its own, or alongside your pedal board, the Pandora Stomp delivers exactly what you need for practice and recording at home or on stage.

  • 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 buttons allow one-touch recall
  • DC9V power supply allows easy integration with your pedal board and will also operate on USB bus power
  • Sound editor software lets you create sounds and manage programs
USA Warranty Policy

All Korg products purchased from a Korg USA authorized dealer are warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship to the original consumer purchaser as listed below:

Labor: 1 Year
Parts: 1 Year

Exceptions: Tubes, AC Adapters, Foot Switches: 90 days

Warranty Requirements and Limitations:

-Proof of Warranty - The customer must provide proof of purchase in order to obtain warranty service. The dated sales slip or copy thereof is the only acceptable proof of purchase.

-The product must be purchased from a Korg USA authorized dealer and have a valid serial number.

Damage resulting from the following causes are excluded from the warranty set forth above:
-Misuse, including damage occurring during shipment, damage caused by battery leakage, accident, fire, unauthorized repairs, tampering, cosmetic damage or other types of damage which are the result of improper handling or abuse.
-The cleaning of controls or contacts due to exposure to dirty, dusty, or otherwise contaminated environment.
-Damage resulting from modification.
-Damage to units used for loan or rental.

Register online and extend your warranty!
Register your new Korg keyboard, keyboard rack module or digital piano online and receive a certificate that extends the product warranty for an extra year from the date of purchase.

  • Customer Reviews

Review Snapshot

by PowerReviews
KorgPandora Stomp Multi Effect Processor/Tuner

(based on 4 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars



  • 4 Stars



  • 3 Stars



  • 2 Stars



  • 1 Stars



Reviewed by 4 customers

Displaying reviews 1-4

Back to Top

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Use ac/9vdc power supply with this unit.


from undisclosed

Comments about Korg Pandora Stomp Multi Effect Processor/Tuner:

The Pandora Stomp box works fine with the proper 9vdc power supply but a 9v battery doesn't work well and the one Korg supplied was dead on arrival. I tried a couple of other new batteries and got varying sound. The wall-wart 9vdc supply eliminated that problem and the Pandora provided the sounds and tuner that I wanted.


I've bought Korg Pandora effects boxes since the first one.

By Dave

from Atlanta, GA area

About Me Experienced

Verified Buyer


  • Compact Design
  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Responsive
  • Versatile


  • The 9 volt battery included was dead.

Best Uses

  • Home Studio

Comments about Korg Pandora Stomp Multi Effect Processor/Tuner:

I like the floor pedal version of this Korg Pandora, it's basically the same as the Korg Mini-Pandora effects box. I won't use the unit battery-powered but I have plenty of wall-warts that match the power needed.


Excellent implementation of the famous Pandora!

By Mark

from undisclosed

About Me Professional Musician

Verified Buyer


  • Compact Design
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Great Effects
  • Play Along
  • Tuner Visibility
  • Versatile


    Best Uses

    • Effects
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Pedal Tuner
    • Performances

    Comments about Korg Pandora Stomp Multi Effect Processor/Tuner:

    I've had a Pandora for quite awhile and like the amp simulations and effects. But I really bought this one so I could switch back and forth between effects and the versatile large character tuner as a pedal option (easy to see without reading glasses from the stage!).

    (11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)


    Nice Pedal But Wish Software Was Better

    By Krista

    from Venice CA

    Site Member

    Comments about Korg Pandora Stomp Multi Effect Processor/Tuner:

    I was looking for something light and portable that I could take with me to practice anywere. I have been using a Zoom G3, but ran across this little multi pedal by Korg. Thought I would give it a try. Let me start by saying that I do love this pedal. You get 200 patches and tons of effects. The pedal is rugged enough to withstand lots of drops, which you would expect from Korg. It has a headphone jack, so you can practice without an amp. It also has an aux in that lets you plug in your mp3 player or other device to jam along with tracks. The sound modeling is very good in my opinion. Some reviewers comment on the hiss/noise of some patches, but they faithfully modeled the old gear which does hiss like that. Listen to the recording of Stairway to Heaven and you can hear the hiss in the background coming from Page's setup. I think we could do without that accuracy, but purists seem to like it. Can't fault Korg for being accurate. The menus are fairly easy to scroll though. One of the thing I like is that you can choose to have the foot switch scroll though either the 4 programmable buttons on the front, or the first 10 patches. This is very useful if you plan on using the pedal to gig with. You can set a very limited number of patches and not have to scroll through all 200 with the little side wheel. Pressing and holding the foot switch in these modes still gets you into bypass/tuner. Where this pedal falls short is in the supporting software. I wanted to reorder the patches to organize them to my liking. I downloaded Korg's editor software. I found the font really hard to read and it took considerable effort to rewrite the patches on the pedal. It doesn't have a drag and drop ability to reorder the patches the way the Zoom editor software does. The whole thing felt very uninspired, as if someone at Korg realized they needed an editor program at the last minute and just threw something together. Too bad, but not a deal breaker since you won't be editing much once you have the pedal set up to your liking. By comparison, Zoom also allows you to download and share patches. This isn't really an option with the Korg pedal. The other downside was using the pedal to record to my computer. With the Zoom, it was just a case of plugging in the USB and my Audacity software recognized the pedal instantly. With the Korg pedal, the USB doesn't allow you to record to the computer. I was able to plug the pedal into the mic jack on my PC and instruct my sound card to recognize it as a line in, which worked fine. Unfortunately, my laptop doesn't have a dedicated mic jack, so recording to my laptop has been a challenge. The only real method was to purchase a USB interface - such as the one made by Behringer (Guitar Link UCG102). But overall, a very good product and I'm more than happy with my $90 investment. I even think this could find a home on my pedalboard, as it will add a lot of versatility to my rig for very little cost.

    Displaying reviews 1-4

    Back to Top

    You are changing the Ship-To country.

    Our product catalog varies by country due to manufacturer restrictions. If you change the Ship-To country, some or all of the items in your cart may not ship to the new destination.