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Sound Quality

I use a 1989 Strat 57 reissue through a (major mod'd) Fender Bassman. The unit is quiet, with the possible exception of the Acoustic patch. I play in a cover band out of Atlanta, we are all ex-pros. don't practice. We take requests (stump the band kinda thing) so I need a quick access. I am moderately satified with that aspect.

Reliability/Durability

I seems roadworthy, at least it's metal. We'll see. I always carry a backup, which will be the G-3.

General Comments

I've been playing all my life ( 40 plus) In my family, most are all entertainers. I play in a cover band out of Atlanta, we are all ex-pros. don't practice. We take requests (stump the band kinda thing) so I need a quick access. I am moderately satified with that aspect. However,I wish you could view the patch you are going to. I had to use the G-3 with a A/B box in order to carry the sound while I change the settings on the Korg. The manual sucks. Maybe they could have written a "crash" course for those who would complain about " too technical", then maybe a little more detailed further on in the same manual. The

loop function does not work as described in the manual.

In order to change some of the patches, I found it easier to

find all of the "original settings" then move from there. This also is

hard to do on stage. I would not expect to walk right on stage and

play this thing, but if you wire it in to your current setup and

work with it seems to be the way to go. If they would incorporate

an A/B setting( or maybe a 2nd display for whats in cue), I'd be a happy guy.




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