Zoom G7.1ut Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal
The Zoom G7.1ut Guitar Effects Console delivers absolutely everything! Deep inside the all-metal chassis beats ZOOM’s ultra-fast 32-bit ZFX-3 processor delivering 36 of the absolutely best amp models (20 tube amps) all warmed up through the onboard 12AX7 preamp tube circuitry for unprecedented power, tone, and over the top harmonics.
True analog performance pours out of each of the 160 patches on the G7.1ut (80 User/80 preset) and with 7 stomp-proof footswitches under your control, and blazing fast 7ms patch switching, you can switch sounds right on the beat and not miss a note. A very cool performance feature lets you toggle live between two different preamps while keeping all the spatial effects and modulation the same. The very smart harmonized pitch shifter follows your playing note for note and the tour-tough all steel expression pedal is easily programmed to control just about any parameter of the 92 on-board effects (9 effect modules can function simultaneously). Editing is fast and easy with the backlit LCD info screen and analog control knobs. The G7.1ut also features a USB interface (cable sold separately) and ships with Cubase LE multi-track recording software to turn your computer into a full-blown multi-track recording studio! Includes AC adapter.
Energizer using 12AX7 tube
Giving body to the guitar sound and adding supple power and intensity - that is the task of the Energizer. Turning up the TUBE control to drive the 12AX7 produces warm crunch with rich harmonics. The BOOST control spruces up highs and lows, resulting in more transparency. Enjoy a powerful tone also when recording directly to a line input or via USB on a computer.
ZFX-3 - a 32-bit DSP designed by ZOOM
The heart of any multi-effect device is its processor and decoder section. ZOOM has started a fresh chapter with its new ZFX-3 chip. The 32-bit architecture ensures outstanding performance and allows smooth and detailed signal processing. Accuracy and speed ensure that even delicate picking and fingering work come across with impressive clarity.
DSP sound modeling plus tube circuitry create the ultimate in distortion
96 kHz sampling and 24-bit A/D/A conversion assure super high resolution sound. An abundance of signal processing power allows accurate recreation of the complex upper-range harmonics that are the hallmark of tube amplifiers. Analog circuitry using a 12AX7 tube then adds that classic warmth and sonic impact to the DSP sound. The result combines the best of the digital and analog worlds: distortion so advanced and sophisticated it elevates your guitar playing to the next level.
Preamp section with two channels
The preamp section, comprised of the amp/drive-modeling, and EQ modules offers two channels per patch. You can easily select a channel by simple foot switch operation. Toggle between a Fender clean sound for rhythm and a Marshall drive sound for lead, while keeping modulation and spatial effect settings the same. The user interface with analog knobs lets you shape the sound with the same facility as on a guitar amp.
Great for stage work or direct recording
The amp/drive-modeling blocks have two dedicated algorithms for each amp/drive type, designed for live playing and direct recording. The CABINET effect simulates amp and mic recording characteristics as well, and the algorithm is automatically switched according to the CABINET on/off setting.This lets you bring the same guitar sound that you used during practice or recording right on to the stage. Alternatively, sound settings that were determined during a session with the band can be used seamlessly in the studio as well.
Amp select feature
This function optimizes frequency response to match the amp that you are using. Settings are available to get the best out of popular models such as Roland JC-120, a Fender combo, and a Marshall stack. The -10 dBm/+4 dBm output level switch allows the G7.1ut to be used as a preamp, directly connected to the power amp input of a guitar amplifier.
6-band graphic equalizer
The built-in EQ module has six frequency bands optimized for electric guitar. Peaking type filters in the crucial middle range (400 Hz, 800 Hz, 3. 2 kHz, 6.4 kHz) are augmented by shelving type filters at the low and high end (160 Hz and 12 kHz). This ensures the shortest possible route from inspiration to actual sound.
Guitar amplifier/stomp box modeling
Analog devices such as tubes and diodes have unique clipping characteristics. Sophisticated digital simulation finally makes it possible to recreate the sound of vintage tube amps and effect devices with astonishing realism. From popular names such as Fender, Marshall, and VOX to modern amps including MESA BOOGIE, Hughes & Kettner, and Diezel - the list of choices is extensive. The cabinet simulator even has settings for mic position, to achieve totally natural sounding performance.
Onboard Guitar Amp and Stomp Box Models
Fender Twin Reverb '65
This is the tube combo amp often called the Black Panel. Its clean sound is characterized by flamboyant highs.
Fender Tweed Deluxe '53
A compact tube combo amp that's representative of the Fender Tweed series. Its dry distortion and characteristic cabinet sound made it a favorite with many blues legends.
This tube-based combo amp was originally designed as a bass amplifier, but its high-pitched distortion has made it a general favorite among Blues greats and Rock guitarists.
This Class A tube combo amp is representative of the 1960s Liverpool sound created by such bands as The Beatles and The Shadows. Its major appeal is unclouded straightforward sound.
Marshall 1962 Bluesbreaker
This combo amp is the source of the fat and sweet British Blues sound. Eric Clapton and many other top players all over the world have immortalized it as the classic Rock guitar sound.
A tube stack amp favored by many hard rock guitarists. Great treble plus a solid low end guarantee powerful sound.
Flexible stack amp that covers a wide range of genres. Traditional Marshall sound combines power with rich harmonics, but sharp metallic distortion is also possible.
Roland JAZZ CHORUS
Famous combo amp made in Japan. The uncolored clean sound shows the clarity that's possible with solid state designs.
HIWATT ranks along with Marshall as one of the leading British amplifier brands, and this is their most famous model. Different from the flamboyant Fender clean sound, it gives a wet sound with prominent midrange.
Combo amp noted for its extended midrange and long sustain. A mainstay of fusion guitarists, from Santana to Larry Carlton.
MESA/BOOGIE Dual Rectifier
High-gain stack amp with two rectifier circuits (silicone diode and vacuum tube) gives punchy metallic drive sound, great for hard modern rock.
PEAVEY 5150 STACK
The high-gain tube stack made famous by Eddie Van Halen. Produces tight bass and detailed distortion.
Hughes & Kettner TriAmp MK2
Using a total of thirteen tubes and three fully separate channels, this is a monster of an amplifier. It allows a wide range of sound variations, from clean tone to modern high-gain.
This high-gain amp with three channels is fully capable of producing the ultra powerful bass that the modern Rock scene demands. Its ultra-clean and dry crunch sound are also very attractive.
Z Combo (ZOOM original)
While providing the transparency and dynamics of a vintage combo amp, this simulation created by ZOOM also offers ample gain and sustain.
Z Stack (ZOOM original)
Stack amp sound created by ZOOM, aiming for nothing less than the heaviest distortion in the world. But even with abundant amounts of distortion, the ideal high-gain sound never loses its solid core.
The orange pedal that became synonymous with distortion sound. Its trebly character never gets lost in the band ensemble. A favorite of Joe Satriani and Kurt Cobain.
A distortion pedal with real wild metal character and fat midrange. Go for the ultra long sustain.
Overdrive with mild, richly nuanced distortion in the manner of a fully driven tube amp. Popular as a booster for giving backbone to a stack amp.
Known as the Tube Screamer, this produces natural sounding distortion similar to driving a tube circuit. The pedal is also famous for being used by the legendary Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Known for its capability of producing pure distortion without impairing the original sound, this overdrive/booster enjoys a great reputation among many of the world's best guitarists.
Stomp box that recreates the distortion of a Marshall amp. Popular among hard rock guitarists as an easy way to get the Marshall sound.
A stomp box from MXR that put the word "distortion" on the map. Hard Rock and Heavy Metal artists love it for its hard and edgy sound.
This is one of the most widely used pedals. It covers a wide range from crunch sound to fuzz-like sound.
MATCHLESS HOT BOX
Tube preamp for creating that MATCHLESS amp quality. Fat and punchy drive sound brings out the picking nuances.
Dallas-Arbiter FUZZ FACE
Fuzz pedal famous for its unique round face design. Vintage fuzz sound fueled by the destructive energy of germanium diodes.
Electro-Harmonix BIG MUFF
Since its introduction in 1968, this vintage fuzz pedal has fascinated many great guitarists. Long sustain and thick, sweet distortion are its most prominent characteristics.
Extreme Distortion (ZOOM original)
Stressing the digital edge, this ZOOM original pulls out all the stops when it comes to distortion. Get the strongest high-gain sound in the world.
Digital Fuzz (ZOOM original)
Another ZOOM original, this digital fuzz effect will go places where analog simply can't follow. Its "broken" quality ushers in a new fuzz generation.
Z Clean (ZOOM original)
Beautiful, transparent clean tone created by ZOOM. The well-rounded, smooth sound is great for arpeggios and cutting.
Z OD (ZOOM original)
Warmer than any stomp box, with just the right amount of sustain. Ideal overdrive sound that does not impair attack dynamics.
Amp + Stomp Box
Fender Combo + TS9
The sound of overdriving a Fender combo amp with an Ibanez TS9. Powerful, fat distortion is reminiscent of Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Marshall Stack + SD-1
The sound of overdriving a Marshall stack amp with a BOSS SD-1. Sonic pyrotechnics for Hard Rock guitarists.
Marshall Stack + FUZZ FACE
This combination of a Marshal stack amp and the Dallas-Arbiter FUZZ FACE creates a wildly deformed sound a la Jimi Hendrix.
* Manufacturer names and product names mentioned on this apge are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. The names are used only to illustrate sonic characteristics and do not indicate any affiliation with the Zoom Corporation.
32-bit processing for a wide choice of high-quality guitar sound effects
Ranging from trusty old standards to advanced choices for specialized needs, the effect collection of the G7.1ut comprises 92 effects in 9 modules. Pick an MXR Dynacomp, famous for its unusual compression action, or select wah pedal simulations such as VOX and CRYBABY. Choose from three types of chorus for creating a solid, wide sound stage. Access seven types of reverb with transparent, unblurred sound. And the list goes on: tremolo with selectable modulation waveform, bend chorus with individual pitch bending, harmonized pitch shifter, multi-tap delay even reverse delay. These professional quality effects will fuel the creativity of every guitarist. The preamp section and wah/filter effects allow changing the module insert position for even more advanced tonal control.
Preset patches ready to use for recording or live performance
Whether you are after a true-blue vintage tone or fat high-gain sound, you will find a choice here. There are settings that accurately simulate well-known amps and stomp boxes, settings that are modeled on the signature sound of famous guitarists, as well as totally original ZOOM effect sounds. The past and the future of guitar sound is right there at your fingertips. The G7.1ut comes preprogrammed with a total of 80 preset patches. For creative leeway, a user area capable of storing the same number of patches is also provided.
Intuitive interface great for stage use
Each of the four analog style rotary knobs let you directly edit parameters on-the-fly, a total of four simultaneously. The LCD panel clearly shows patch and parameter names. Direct access keys are provided for each module. The advanced user interface is designed to ensure hassle-free operation, while not getting in the way of your creativity. On stage, the foot switches allows easy effect bank selection, module and hold delay on/off switching or tap tempo input. The self-lit switches show module status at a glance.
Real-time modulation for 4 simultaneous parameters fosters lively playing
The built-in expression pedal allows control over effect parameters in realtime. Common pedal effects such as wah, pitch, and volume control are ofcourse supported, but you can also opt to adjust drive gain, modulationrate, delay/reverb mix level, and other parameters. Up to four parameterscan be assigned to a single pedal, allowing dramatic techniques such asraising the chorus, delay, and reverb at the same time. Create a rotary speaker style sound by varying tremolo, chorus, and auto-panning rate. Also,the ARRM (Auto Repeat Real-time Modulation) function is capable of producingrhythmical tone changes, opening up a wealth of possibilities.
World's fastest patch change speed: 7 ms
Switching patches has never been smoother or less noticeable. With its record-setting speed of 0.007 seconds (7ms), the G series never miss a beat.When changing to a lead preset in the middle a song, you no longer need to press the switch in advance, simply push the foot switch and start playing your solo.
Built-in tuner supports special tuning requirements
The guitar tuner can be called up instantly by pushing a dedicated footswitch. In addition to the standard auto-chromatic tuner, various othertuning methods for guitar and bass are possible, and open tunings are alsosupported. High-brightness LED indicators make the note readout easy to seeon a dark stage. The calibration range is A 435 to 445 Hz, and muted tuning (without sound output) is also possible. Tuning your guitar has never been easier or more convenient.
ZNR keeps playing pauses really quiet
The built-in ZOOM Noise Reduction (ZNR) provides optimized signal performance for guitar. While minimizing any alteration of the original sound, ZNR cuts unwanted noise during pauses. Tails of sustained notes remain unaffected, with a long natural release.
Ultra low noise design with 120 dB S/N ratio and -100 dB noise floor
With an amazing rated signal-to-noise ratio of 120 dB and a -100 dB noise floor, background noise ceases to be a problem, leaving only superbly clean, transparent sound.
Sturdy metal chassis and rubber damping for superior toughness and durability
The combination of a solid metal chassis with shock-absorbant rubber damping ensures that the unit can stand up to the rigors of on stage use. Take it on the road or bring it into the studio, the G7.1ut will not let you down. And it looks great, too, the stylish two-tone coloring using silver and black, rounded shape, and chrome-plated parts give the unit a high-class, futuristic appearance.
USB based audio interface functions
The USB port allows the unit to function as an audio interface for a computer. Simply plug the unit in to your computer with a USB cable to use the high-quality sound of the G7.1ut in a computer-based recording system. The high-performance DAW application Cubase LE comes bundled with the unit, so you can start creating sophisticated music straight away. Because playback from the DAW application can be monitored at the unit itself, there are no latency problems during recording. (USB cable sold separately)
Windows XP / Mac OS X 10.2 or later
MIDI IN/OUT jacks allow linking to other equipment
The ability to exchange MIDI data with other devices opens up a wealth of possibilities. You can switch patches in conjunction with a MIDI enabled preamp, or use the unit as a real-time controller for other MIDI equipment. By connecting the MIDI interface to a computer, you may use a dedicated editor/librarian application to edit and store patch data.
AUX IN jacks accommodate external sources
The playback signal from external sources can be plugged-into the AUX input. Jam along with a rhythm machine, external CD or mp3 player. You may also utilize the connectors as a stereo line input to record audio into your computer via the USB interface.
- Rack Comp
- Auto Wah
- Slow Attack
- Pedal Resonance
- Auto Resonance
- Vox Wah
- Ring Modulator
- Crybaby Wah
- Noise Gate
- Dirty Gate
PRE AMP Module
- FD Clean
- HW Clean
- Tweed Bass
- Z Combo
- Rect Vintage
- PV Drive
- Hot Box
- Metal Zone
- FZ + M Stack
- Digi Fuzz
- VX Clean
- UK Blues
- BG Crunch
- MS Crunch
- HK Drive
- Z Stack
- Fuzz Face
- TS + F Combo
- Z OD
- Z Clean
- JC Clean
- US Blues
- VX Crunch
- MS Drive
- DZ Drive
- Over Drive
- dist +
- Big Muff
- SD + M Stack
- Extreme DS
- Acoustic Simulator
- 6 Band Equalizer
- Cabinet Sim.
- Tape Echo
- Mono Pitch
- Comb Filter
- Stereo Chorus
- Pitch Shifter
- Dynamic Delay
- Harmonized Pitch
- Reverse Delay
- Chorus Ensemble
- Pedal Pitch
- Dynamic Flanger
- Pedal Mono Pitch
- Bend Chorus
- Analog Delay
- Ping Pong Delay
- Reverse Delay Echo
- Early Reflection
- Ping Pong Delay
- Tiled Room
- Multi Tap Delay
- Auto Pan
- Modern Spring
- Pan Delay