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Vox StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor
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Powerful sounds and a sophisticated appearance that shatter expectations for compact guitar multi-effect units.

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 IIG contains 104 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.

Use the expression pedal for realtime control!
The StompLab IIG and IIB are equipped with an expression pedal that can be used to control wah and volume, and also the parameters of each effect. You'll be free to create unique original sounds that you've never heard before.

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 IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor 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, StompLab IIG provides 104 types, StompLab IB provides 60 types, and StompLab IIB provides 61 types
    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 eight effect models can be used simultaneously
    Sophisticated appearance that was unimaginable for older effect units.
    The StompLab IIG and IIB provide an expression pedal that lets you control a variety of effect parameters including wah and volume
    Two-way power; works on batteries or on the AC adapter (separately sold)
    Built-in auto chromatic tuner with bypass and mute functions

Vox StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor Specifications:

  • Effect Type
    Pedal (8): Comp, Wah, Auto Wah, Brn Octave, Acoustic, U-Vibe, Tone, Ring Mod
    Amp(44) : BTQ Clean, Pure Clean, Jazz Clean 1, Jazz Clean 2, Cali Clean 1, Cali Clean 2, Cali Clean 3, Cali Clean 4, Vox AC4, Vox AC15TB, Vox AC15, Vox AC30TB, Vox AC30HH, Vox Crunch, US Blues 1, US Blues 2, US Blues 3, US Blues 4, US 2x12 1, US 2x12 2, US 2x12 3, US 2x12 4, UK Rock 1, UK Rock 2, UK Rock 3, UK Rock 4, BTQ OD, Vox NT15, Vox AC30BM, UK Metal 1, UK Metal 2, UK Metal 3, UK Metal 4, US HiGain 1, US HiGain 2, US HiGain 3, US HiGain 4, US Metal 1, US Metal 2, US Metal 3, US Metal 4, BTQ Metal 1, BTQ Metal 2, BTQ Metal 3
    Drive (18): Tone Drive, Blue Drive, Treble Boost, Gold Drive, Tube OD, Brit Lead, Fat, Metal Dist, Rock Planet, Tube Dx, Orange Dist, Classic+, Germanium Fuzz, Big Fuzz, Vox Tone Bender, Octa Fuzz, Techno Fuzz, Crusher
    Cabinet (12): Tweed 1x8, Tweed 1x12, Tweed 4x10, Black 2x10, Black 2x12, Vox AC15, Vox AC30, Vox AD120VTX, UK H30 4x12, UK T75 4x12, US V30 4x12, Custom
    Modulation (9): CE Chorus, Multi Chorus, Flanger, Org Phase, Twin Trem, G4 Rotary, Pitch Shift, Filtron1 (Auto), Filtron2 (Manual)
    Display (8): Analog Delay 1, Analog Delay 2, Analog Delay 3, Analog Delay 4, Echo 1, Echo 2, Echo 3, Echo 4
    Reverb (3): Room, Spring, Hall
    Noise Reduction (1)

    Program Category
    Ballad×10, Jazz/Fusion×10, Pop×10, Blues×10, Rock & Roll×10, Rock×10, Hard Rock×10, Metal×10, Hard Core×10, Other×10, User×20

    Technical Specifications
    The number of Program: 120 (User = 20 / Preset = 100)
    Audio Input: 1 (Monaural Standard)
    Audio Output: OUTPUT/PHONES (Stereo Standard)
    Signal processing: A/D conversion: 24-bit / D/A conversion: 24-bit
    Tuner: Measurement Range: A0 - E6
    Calibration Range: A=438 Hz - 445 Hz
    Power: AA battery x 4 DC 9V (Option: AC Adapter)(Approx 200mA current consumption)
    Battery Life: 7.5 hours (Alkaline battery)
    Dimensions (W x D x H): 8.15" x 4.92" x 2.52"
    Weight: 1.72 oz

Vox StompLab IIG Modeling Guitar Effect Processor

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Product Reviews
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  • Good box,

    As reviewed by C J Fuld on 10/14/2013

    This thing is simple, sturdy, and is capable of providing enough variation to be useful, not too noisy, and the pedal is not too small. Best of the multiboxes at the $150 class, and it's well under that price point.

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  • great Vox Box

    As reviewed by mitch rosenblatt on 10/7/2013

    Having bought most of the higher priced Guitar and Bass effects, this unit is good at its price point. It is relatively static free, when using cables and it is user friendly. this has a small volume pedal but other that this it is a solid 3 star and worth the price.

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  • Nice little unit!

    As reviewed by BRUCE KAY on 9/26/2013

    OK, this is my first multi-effect effects board, having used separate stompboxes for 30+ years. I got this because I needed something easy to transport and set up in my prison gig, and I needed some specific effects: compression, reverb, and volume pedal, to create swells, for example; that's at least three separate pedals in my old setup. Before buying this, I took a look at the manual, and it had all these and a lot more, and it looked pretty easy to program. Turns out that it is indeed very easy to program, very intuitive, at least for setting up presets; it's not so easy to modify on the fly, except for overall drive and level. The sounds are fine, not digital sounding at all, at least to me. It's also very small, fits in my guitar's gig bag. This is also a downside, because the pedal is also very small, about a third the length of my foot, and I'm used to an old Morley wah/volume pedal that's full-sized. The buttons are pretty small, too. Still, the pedal is very smooth and pretty easy to use once you get the hang of it, it does what I need it to do. Besides standard effects (phase shifter, wah, flanger, ...) and reverb/echo, it has a ton of amp models, which frankly I don't use, I use amps to create the amp sound I want, but that's just my philosophy. But the amp setups have very strong EQ capabilities, with bass/mid/treble and presence adjustments, and you can set up a "straight-through" sound, i.e., no amp modeling, and still use the EQ. I play a Telecaster through it, with no EQ, and an electric violin that needs EQ big time, and it works like a charm. The tuner works well, and you can easily switch to bypass and mute modes for tuning or just to go straight into your amp. It seems like a solid unit, although I haven't had it into the prison yet, just to our rehearsals. It doesn't eat batteries much, I'm still on the original set that came with it (4 AAs). Besides the small pedal, my only other complaint is that it has 120 presets, of which only 20 are user-modifiable. I don't find many of the other 100 all that useful, and wish they had reversed that situation. However, my goal of easy transport and setup is well-met by this device. It certainly is worth the price, less than most of my single-purpose boxes.

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