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Re: Vox Tonelab for looping (reply from Vox about high freq issue)
Well, you can to some degree, but then your sounds end up sounding like
mud. The *only* EQ it has is your basic amp tone controls. Bass, mid,
high and presence. There is no post model EQ like the Pods have. I've
heard people going mono have had good luck with a MXR 10 band graphic
EQ. I imagine any EQ with the ability to shelf off most of the signal
beyond 6 khz would work. I add a touch of bass too, but I would
consider that personal taste and not really an issue of the Tonelabs.
(both the Tabletop and the SE have this issue I've found)
On Jun 17, 2004, at 1:15 PM, Greg House wrote:
> I take it you can't dial this out with the onboard EQ (tone controls)?
> Does it
> have an EQ effect you can add to the chain to help?
> --- msottilaro <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Several people emailed me directly about this, so I figured I'd post
>> this for any or all to see...
>> Today I got a message back from Korg/Vox that basically said, "most
>> people seem to be happy with the Tonelab as it is so there's no plans
>> to fix the problem." To recap, the tonelab SE's got a really sweet 8
>> sec looper that acts very much like an old Digitech PDS8000 along with
>> being a decent amp modeler. The problem is if you're seriously
>> considering this piece of gear, budget for a post EQ as the Tonelab's
>> really got accentuated high end when using the high gain amp models.
>> $70 DOD rackmout cleared the issue right up, but if you're planning on
>> using this with full range speakers without some sort of high
>> padding, you'll be sad if you've got decent high frequency hearing
>> The funny thing is my wife (not knowing what had been going on)
>> commented, "whatever you just did made it sound a lot less harsh."
>> So there you have it. I tried a demo unit at the Guitar Center with a
>> Gibson Les Paul and it seemed to have the same high frequency issue.
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