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Owners Manual Manuel dutilisation Bedirnungshandbuch
Thank you for purchasing the AX10G Tone Works modeling signal processor. To ensure trouble-free enjoyment, please read this manual carefully and use the product as described. When you have finished reading the manual, keep it for future reference. Korgs REMS modeling technology is used to provide numerous sophisticated effects including: 3 types of pre-effects, 11 types of amp modeling, 11 types of modulation effects, and 11 types of ambience effects. The panel controls for these amps and effects are logically arranged according to the signal flow, from the guitar input to the output, allowing you to easily and intuitively create a wide range of sounds.
AX10G signal routing
INPUT PRE FX
Table of contents
Introduction.. 3 Precautions.. 4 Quick Start... 5 Parts and what they do.. 6 Front panel... 6 Rear panel.. 7 Setup.. 8 Turning the power on/off.. 8 Connections.. 8 Playing the AX10G.. 9 Selecting programs.. 9 Bypass and Mute.. 9 Tuner... 9 Using the expression pedal.. 10 Creating sounds.. 10 Creating sounds on the AX10G.. 10 PRE FX.. 11 AMP TYPE.. 11 MODULATION.. 11 AMBIENCE.. 12 Expression pedal.. 12 NR (Noise Reduction).. 12 Storing a program.. 12 Other functions.. 13 Calibrating (adjusting) the expression pedal. 13 Restoring programs to the factory settings.. 13 Troubleshooting... 13 Main specifications.. 14
The wide range of amp/distortion sounds covers the spectrum from the uniquely fat and warm distortion of tube amps to extreme fuzz sounds. Modulation-type effects include chorus and delay, and even a realistic tape-echo effect. Plus theres also an acoustic simulator that models an electroacoustic sound. 40 presets that take full advantage of the AX10Gs potential are provided for immediate use, and you can store your own settings in another 40 user programs. The expression pedal gives you realtime control of volume, wah, modulation speed, delay time, filter, pitch bend, and more. Unique effects like Talk can be controlled to produce talking modulator effects, which dramatically expand the range of your guitar playing. The built-in Auto Chromatic Tuner lets you tune silently which is ideal for live situations.
Using the unit in the following locations can result in a malfunction. In direct sunlight Locations of extreme temperature or humidity Excessively dusty or dirty locations Locations of excessive vibration Close to magnetic fields
Please connect the designated AC adapter to an AC outlet of the correct voltage. Do not connect it to an AC outlet of voltage other than that for which your unit is intended.
Interference with other electrical devices
Radios and televisions placed nearby may experience reception interference. Operate this unit at a suitable distance from radios and televisions.
To avoid breakage, do not apply excessive force to the switches or controls.
If the exterior becomes dirty, wipe it with a clean, dry cloth. Do not use liquid cleaners such as benzene or thinner, or cleaning compounds or flammable polishes.
Keep this manual
After reading this manual, please keep it for later reference.
Keeping foreign matter out of your equipment
Never set any container with liquid in it near this equipment. If liquid gets into the equipment, it could cause a breakdown, fire, or electrical shock. Be careful not to let metal objects get into the equipment. If something does slip into the equipment, unplug the AC adapter from the wall outlet. Then contact your nearest Korg dealer or the store where the equipment was purchased.
THE FCC REGULATION WARNING (for U.S.A.)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the users authority to operate this equipment.
CE mark for European Harmonized Standards
CE mark which is attached to our companys products of AC mains operated apparatus until December 31, 1996 means it conforms to EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and CE mark Directive (93/68/EEC). And, CE mark which is attached after January 1, 1997 means it conforms to EMC Directive (89/336/EEC), CE mark Directive (93/68/EEC) and Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC). Also, CE mark which is attached to our companys products of Battery operated apparatus means it conforms to EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and CE mark Directive (93/68/EEC).
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
This product has been manufactured according to strict specifications and voltage requirements that are applicable in the country in which it is intended that this product should be used. If you have purchased this product via the internet, through mail order, and/or via a telephone sale, you must verify that this product is intended to be used in the country in which you reside. WARNING: Use of this product in any country other than that for which it is intended could be dangerous and could invalidate the manufacturers or distributors warranty. Please also retain your receipt as proof of purchase otherwise your product may be disqualified from the manufacturers or distributors warranty.
(Resonant structure and Electronic circuit Modeling System) is KORGs proprietary sound modeling technology which precisely reproduces the complex character and nature of both acoustic and electric instruments as well as electronic circuits in real world environments. emulates a wide variety of sound generation characteristics including instrument bodies, speakers & cabinets, acoustic fields, microphones, vacuum tubes, transistors, etc.
Before you make connections with any external devices, turn all volumes to the minimum position and turn off the power.
1. If you will be powering the AX10G with batteries, open the battery compartment located on the bottom panel, and install four AA alkaline batteries (sold separately). If you will be powering the AX10G with the separately sold AC adaptor, connect the AC adaptor to the rear panel DC9V connector (the power will turn on). 2. Set the INPUT L/H switch to the appropriate position for the output of your guitar. If your guitar has high-output pickups such as humbucking pickups, use the H position. If your guitar has low-output pickups such as single-coil pickups, use the L position. 3. Connect your guitar to the AX10Gs INPUT jack. If you are using batteries, the power of the AX10G will turn on at this point. 4. If you are connecting the AX10G to a guitar amp, set the AMP/LINE switch to AMP. If you are connecting the AX10G to headphones, a recorder, or a mixer, set this switch to LINE. 5. Connect the AX10Gs OUTPUT jack to the INPUT of your guitar amp or recorder. If you want to use headphones, connect them to the OUTPUT jack. 6. Turn on the power of the connected equipment, and raise the volume to an appropriate level. You can also use the AX10Gs MASTER buttons to adjust the volume. 7. Press the program select switches to change programs.
TIPS The AX10G has 40 preset programs (01~94) and 40 user programs (0.1~9.4). With the factory settings, the user programs contain the same contents as the preset programs.
8. You can control the pedal effect by using the expression pedal. The pedal is active when the PEDAL LED at the upper left of the pedal is lit. If this LED is dark, advance the pedal all the way forward to make the LED light. Now the pedal will be active. 9. Editing the sound Use the AMP TYPE selector to select an amp type, and use the various control knobs to adjust the gain, tone, and volume etc. 10. Editing an effect If you want to edit the modulation effect or ambience effect (located after the amp), use the MODULATION selector or AMBIENCE selector to select the desired effect, and use the DEPTH buttons located below the selector to adjust the effect depth etc. You can also adjust the speed etc. of a modulation effect by holding down the FUNCTION button and pressing the DEPTH buttons (which act as the SPEED buttons). For the ambience effect, you can set the delay or reverb time by pressing the TAP button at the desired interval. 11. To edit the pre-effect located before the amp, press the PRE FX button to select an effect, and use the VALUE buttons to make adjustments. This concludes our brief introduction to the AX10G. This manual contains much more information about the AX10Gs capabilities, so please read it to ensure that you are taking full advantage of all its capabilities.
Parts and what they do
1 Display This shows the program number and when you operate a knob or button, the value of that parameter will briefly appear in the display.
This will light when the power is on. The dot in the lower right of the display will light when you edit a parameter value. will blink If the AX10G is running on batteries, when the batteries run low.
6 VALUE (CALIB) buttons ON/OFF These buttons adjust the value of the pre-effect. You can switch PRE FX on/off by pressing the VALUE and buttons simultaneously. When the tuner is operating, you can use these buttons to adjust the calibration (CALIB). 7 MODULATION selector This selects one of 11 types of modulation effect. 8 DEPTH/SPEED buttons ON/OFF These buttons adjust the depth etc. of the modulation effect (DEPTH). You can adjust the modulation speed etc. by holding down the FUNCTION button and pressing these buttons (SPEED). You can switch the MODULATION effect on/off by pressing the DEPTH and buttons simultaneously (ON/OFF). When off, the MODULATION selector LED will not be lit. 9 AMBIENCE selector This selects one of 11 ambience effects. 10 DEPTH buttons ON/OFF These buttons adjust the depth etc. of the selected ambience effect. You can switch AMBIENCE on/off by pressing the DEPTH and buttons simultaneously (ON/OFF). When off, the AMBIENCE selector LED will not be lit. If the expression pedal is controlling volume, you can set the minimum volume (i.e., when the pedal is fully returned) by holding down the FUNCTION button and pressing or. 11 TAP button You can set the delay or reverb time of the ambience effect by tapping this button at the desired interval. The LED located at the left will blink to indicate the tempo.
BANK UP BYPASS, TUNE Use these switches to select programs. You can select programs in one of three ways. Refer to Selecting programs (p.9). If you press the UP and DOWN switches simultaneously, the effects will be bypassed and the tuner will operate (BYPASS) (p.9).
20 INPUT L/H select switch Set this switch according to the pickup output of your guitar. H: Suitable for a pickup with high output, such as a humbucking pickup L: Suitable for a pickup with low output, such as a single coil pickup 21 INPUT jack Connect your guitar to this jack. Use a 1/4" mono plug. If the AX10G is running on batteries, the power will come on when you plug into this jack.
If the AX10G is running on batteries, the power will not come on if a 1/4" stereo plug is inserted.
22 OUTPUT jack Connect this jack to your guitar amp, recorder, or headphones. 23 AMP/LINE select switch Set this to AMP if you are plugging into an amp, or to LINE if you are plugging into a recorder or using headphones. 24 DC9V The separately sold AC adapter can be connected here (p.8). When this is connected, the power will be turned on automatically.
You must only use the specified AC adaptor (p.14).
25 Cable hook If the separately sold AC adapter is used, connect the cable of the AC adapter around this hook (p.8).
If something other than WAH is selected for the preeffect, you cannot use the PEDAL FX button to select WAH.
By holding down the FUNCTION button and pressing this button, you can select bank hold mode as the way in which programs will be selected (BANK HOLD). Refer to Selecting programs: b (p.9).
Turning the power on/off
Before you turn the power on or off, you must turn down the volume of any connected devices.
1. Turn off the power of the equipment you want to connect, and lower each volume control. 2. Set the INPUT L/H switch according to the output of your pickups. Use the H position if your guitar has humbucking or high-output pickups. Use the L position if your guitar has single-coil or low-output pickups. 3. Connect your guitar to the INPUT jack. 4. Set the LINE/AMP select switch to the appropriate position. Use the AMP position if you are connecting the AX10G to a guitar amp. Use the LINE position if you are connecting the AX10G to audio equipment such as mixers, recorders or headphones. 5. Connect the OUTPUT jack to your amp or recorder, etc. The OUTPUT jack is stereo (TRS), so if you use a mono cable to connect it to your guitar amp etc., only the sound of the L (left) channel will be heard. If you are listening through headphones, connect them to this jack. If you are running into two channels of a mixer or using two amplifiers in stereo, use a stereo to dual mono cable. 6. When you have finished making connections, turn on the power of your guitar amp, recorder, or other equipment, and adjust the volume. Use the MASTER buttons to adjust the overall volume (master level) of the AX10G. (p.)
TIPS If the sound distorts when you play the AX10G in bypass mode, use the MASTER buttons to lower the level.
Audio equipment Headphones Recorder, mixer, etc. Stereo phono 1/4" stereo INPUT AMP/LINE LINE
When using batteries:
1. To open the battery compartment, lightly press the tab located by the arrow and lift the cover up. Install four AA alkaline batteries (sold separately) observing the correct polarity and close the cover.
2. When using batteries, the power will turn on when a mono cable is plugged into the INPUT jack. The display will light while the power is on. The power will turn off when you remove the cable from the INPUT jack.
Be sure to remove the cable from the INPUT jack when you are not using the AX10G to preserve battery life. If you connect a stereo cable, the power will not be turned on. When the batteries run down, an indication of will blink in the display. Please replace the batteries as soon as possible. If dead batteries are left in the unit, they may leak or cause other malfunctions. You should also remove the batteries if you will not be using the AX10G for an extended period.
When using the AC adaptor:
1. Connect the separately sold AC adaptor to the DC 9V jack, and plug the AC adaptor into an AC outlet. The POWER LED will light, and the power will turn on.
Use only the specified external AC adaptor. (p.14) Be sure to disconnect the AC adaptor from the AC outlet when you are not using the AX10G. Do not apply excessive force to the cable. Wrap the AC adaptor cable around the hook as shown in the diagram.
1/4" mono 1/4" mono 1/4" mono x 2 1/4" stereo AMP/LINE AMP
1/4" mono 1/4" mono Guitar amp AC adaptor to an AC outlet OUTPUT
1/4" mono 1/4" mono INPUT L/H
Playing the AX10G
When youve finished setting up, you can select programs and try them out. The AX10G has 40 preset programs and 40 user programs. There are ten preset banks (0~9) and ten user banks (0.~9.), with four programs in each bank.
User programs Preset programs
When you press UP and DOWN simultaneously, will blink slowly, and after approxithe display mately one second will blink more rapidly. To bypass, release the buttons while the display is blinking slowly. To mute, release the buttons when the display is blinking rapidly.
Bank: 0.~9. Program: 1~4
2. To cancel Bypass or Mute, press either the UP or DOWN program select switch.
You can select programs in any of the following three ways.
You can use the AX10Gs built-in auto chromatic tuner to tune your guitar. To activate the tuner, simultaneously press the UP and DOWN program select switches.
TIPS You can activate the tuner by selecting either Bypass or Mute. If you select Mute, you will be able to tune silently.
a: Step through the programs of all banks
1. Press the program select UP or DOWN switch.9.04 11. 0.1.
b: Step through the programs in a bank
1. Hold down the FUNCTION button and press the PEDAL FX (BANK HOLD) button to select bank hold mode. The bank will appear as in the display. 2. Press the program select UP or DOWN switch. Only the program will change; the bank will remain the same.H4 H1 H2 H3 H4 H1 H2. 3. To defeat bank hold mode, hold down the FUNCTION button and press the PEDAL FX (BANK HOLD) button.
1. To activate the tuner, simultaneously press the UP and DOWN program select switches to either Bypass or Mute the AX10G. For the procedure, refer to Bypass and Mute (above). 2. Pluck the string that you want to tune, and the closest note name will appear in the display. A decimal point. at the right of the note name indicates a sharp (#).
Do not play two or more strings simultaneously when tuning.
c: Step through the banks (leaving the program fixed)
1. Hold down the FUNCTION button and press the program select UP (BANK UP) or DOWN (BANK DOWN) switch. The bank will change. You can also use this method while Bank Hold mode is selected. (The following example is when program 1 is selected).31 41. 91 0.1. 9.1.
3. Tune the string approximately so that the correct note name is shown in the display. 4. Fine-tune the string so that only the middle LED of the PRE FX (TUNER) section is lit.
When the note name is A# Too low Too high Correct tuning
b1 a1 c1 b2
5. When you have finished tuning, press the UP or DOWN program select switch to return to normal operation.
Bypass and Mute
If you bypass the AX10G, your sound will be direct (dry) without any effects (wet). If you mute the AX10G, there will be no sound. 1. Simultaneously press the UP and DOWN program select switches. Bypass: Simultaneously press UP and DOWN and release them immediately. Mute: Simultaneously press UP and DOWN and hold them for about one second; then release them.
Adjusting the tuner calibration
When you turn on the power, middle A is set to a reference frequency of 440 Hz. If desired, you can adjust (calibrate) this reference pitch. 1. While the tuner is activated, use the VALUE (CALIB) buttons to adjust the calibration. The range is 438~445 Hz. When you adjust the value, the display will show the lower two digits of the calibration frequency (e.g., 41 for 441 Hz).
The AX10G does not remember the tuner calibration setting when powered-off.
Using the expression pedal
You can use the expression pedal to control parameters such as volume, wah, modulation speed, filter, pitch bend, and ambience level. The expression pedal can control the PRE FX effect WAH, a parameter of the selected MODULATION or AMBIENCE effect (11 types each), or the volume. You can choose one of these to be controlled by the expression pedal.
Creating sounds on the AX10G
You can create sounds in one of two ways; you can edit an existing preset program or user program, or you can create a sound from scratch. If you want to start from an existing program, select a program that is close to the sound you want, and modify it as necessary. Adjust the amp GAIN, TREBLE, MIDDLE, and BASS knobs, and use the VALUE, DEPTH, SPEED, and TAP buttons to adjust the depth and speed etc. of the effects. If you want to create a sound from scratch, you can (for example) begin by selecting the AMP TYPE. If you turn the PRE FX, MODULATION, and AMBIENCE effects off at this time, you will be able to hear the character of each amp type more clearly. You can switch each effect off by simultaneously pressing its VALUE or DEPTH and buttons. When you have decided on an amp type, adjust the GAIN, TREBLE, MIDDLE, BASS, and VOLUME control knobs. After you have made your amp settings, you can start adding effects. First are MODULATION and AMBIENCE, located after the amp. Simultaneously press the DEPTH and buttons to switch the effect on. Then turn the MODULATION selector or AMBIENCE selector to choose the desired effect. Use the DEPTH buttons to adjust the effect depth etc. For the modulation effect, you can hold down the FUNCTION button and use the DEPTH buttons to adjust the delay/reverb time. To choose settings for PRE FX, before the amp, turn the PRE FX on, and then use the PRE FX button to select the effect. Use the PRE FX VALUE buttons to adjust the amount of effect. You may wish to temporarily turn off MODULATION and AMBIENCE while adjusting the PRE FX. Then use the PEDAL FX button to select what you will control from the expression pedal. This button selects the effect (or volume) that will be controlled by the pedal. If you hear unwanted noise, you can adjust the noise reduction. Hold down the FUNCTION button and turn the NR knob (the right-most knob) to adjust the depth of noise reduction. Finally, when you have come up with a sound you like, you should write (store) it into memory. If you switch to a different program or turn off the power without writing your new program, it will be lost.
Some effect settings may produce unwanted distortion. If this happens, lower the VOLUME knob.
1. Select a program for which the PEDAL LED (located at the upper left of the expression pedal) is lit. If you have selected a program for which the PEDAL LED is lit, you can use the expression pedal to control a pedal effect. Even for programs for which the PEDAL LED is not lit, you can advance the pedal all the way to switch it on (the PEDAL LED will light).
If volume is selected as the pedal effect, you cannot switch it on/off from the pedal; it will always be on.
If the PEDAL LED is not lit, advance the pedal
2. Operate the expression pedal while you play, and youll notice how the sound changes accordingly.
Do not apply excessive force to the expression pedal. Before you begin using the expression pedal, you should determine the amount of force that is needed to make the PEDAL LED light or to control the effect, and use only the necessary amount of force. TIPS You can use the PEDAL FX button to switch the effect (or volume) that is controlled by the expression pedal. The current assignment is indicated by the color of the LED located at the left of the button. (p.12)
Use the PRE FX button to select a pre-effect, and use the VALUE buttons to adjust the amount of effect. If you have selected WAH as the PEDAL FX, you can use the expression pedal to control WAH.
TYPE COMP WAH/ A.WAH (*1) ACOUSTIC Explanation This compressor produces consistent levels and sustain. WAH: Models a VOX V847 wah pedal. A.WAH: Auto wah that applies a wah effect that responds to picking. This is an effect model that converts the sound of an electric guitar to that of an acoustic guitar. (*3)
(*1) If WAH/A.WAH is selected for the pre-effect, selecting WAH as the pedal effect lets you use the pedal as a wah pedal; selecting a pedal effect other than WAH lets you use auto-wah (A.WAH). (*2) You cannot use the buttons to edit the value. (*3) We recommend that you use EQ as the AMP TYPE.
Use the AMP TYPE selector to select an amp, and adjust GAIN, TREBLE, MIDDLE, BASS, and VOLUME. A cabinet effect appropriate for that amp is added to each AMP TYPE (with the exception of EQ). Changing the setting of the AMP/LINE switchwill change the depth of the cabinet effect.
TYPE EQ BTQ CLN BLK212 TWD410 AC15 AC30TB UK 70S UK 80S UK MDN RECTO FUZZ Explanation 3-band EQ from direct line input. Clean channel of a high-end 100 Watt hand made amp. 2x12 combo amp indispensable for country or blues players. 4x10 combo amp designed for bass guitar. VOX AC15 manufactured in 1962. Brilliant channel of a VOX AC30TB. High treble channel of a UK-manufactured 100 Watt amp head from 1969. UK-manufactured 100 Watt master volume head from1983. UK-manufactured 100 Watt modern amp. High-gain amp with metal plate. Vintage fuzz.
Adjusts amp gain. Does nothing if AMP TYPE is EQ. Adjusts amp high-frequency range. Adjusts amp mid-frequency range. Adjusts amp low-frequency range. Adjusts amp volume. Adjusts noise reduction depth.
Normal VALUE Adjusts sensitivity: 0~30 N/A (*2) Down sweep : 0~15, : 16~30 Up sweep Adjusts tone: 0~30
PEDAL FX: WAH PEDAL VALUE ----Pedal wah N/A (*2) -----
Use the AMBIENCE selector to choose an ambience effect, and use the DEPTH buttons to adjust the DEPTH parameter. To adjust the delay time or reverb time, press the TAP button twice at the desired interval. If AMB is selected as the PEDAL FX, you can use the expression pedal to control the effect.
TYPE SLAP ECHO1 ECHO2 ECHO3 PP DLY MULTI AIR ROOM HALL PLATE SPRING Explanation Slap-type delay whose delay time is a 1/4 of the interval at which you press TAP Tape echo simulation with a warm tone (feedback low) Tape echo simulation with a warm tone (feedback medium) Tape echo simulation with a warm tone (feedback high) Ping-pong delay that bounces from to left to right Multi-tap delay Reverb with an airy feel Room reverb Hall reverb (*8) Plate reverb (*8) Spring reverb (*8) TAP Delay time: up to 250 [ms] Normal DEPTH PEDAL FX: PEDAL AMBIENCE DEPTH
Delay time: up to 1.0 [s] Effect level: 0~30 Controls the effect depth
N/A (*2) Reverb time: up to 4.0 [s] Reverb time: up to 8.0 [s]
Specifies the effect depth at maximum pedal position
(*8) Sets the reverb time to twice the interval at which you press TAP.
Selecting the effect that will be controlled by the pedal
Press the PEDAL FX button to select the effect that will be controlled by the pedal. The LED located at the left indicates the effect (or volume) that will be controlled. ORG:WAH (orange): Pedal wah RED:MOD (red): The effect selected by MODULATION GRN:AMB (green): The effect selected by AMBIENCE OFF:VOLUME (unlit): Volume pedal
If an effect other than WAH is selected for the preeffect, you cannot select WAH from the PEDAL FX button. If WAH is selected as the pedal effect, changing the pre-effect to something other than WAH will switch the pedal effect to VOLUME.
Depending on the connected device, excessively high NR settings may cause notes to be cut off. If this happens, lower the level.
Storing a program
When you have created a sound you want to keep, you can write (store) it into one of the 40 user programs (0.1~9.4).
If you switch programs or turn off the power before writing your edited program, the changes you made will be lost. The program that had been in the writing destination will be overwritten.
1. Press the WRITE button. The program number will blink in the display, and the AX10G will be in write-ready mode. 2. Use the program select switches to select where you would like to store the program.
You cannot write to a preset program (01~94).
Using the pedal to switch the effect on/off
By advancing the pedal all the way forward you can switch the selected PEDAL FX effect on/off. When the effect is on, the LED at the left of the pedal will light. If VOLUME is selected as the PEDAL FX, the LED cannot be turned off.
3. Press the WRITE button to write the program into the selected program number. If you decide not to write, press either of the MASTER (CANCEL) buttons to exit write-ready mode (display blinking). You will return to normal operation.
Setting the minimum value of the volume pedal
If PEDAL FX is set to VOLUME, you can hold down the FUNCTION switch and use the AMBIENCE DEPTH buttons to specify the minimum volume (VOL PEDAL MIN) that will be controlled by the pedal.
Saving the sound of a specific pedal position
You cannot save the sound produced by a specific pedal position. The pedal effect will always modify the sound according to the actual current position of the pedal.
3 1, 3
NR (Noise Reduction)
You can adjust the amount of noise reduction by holding down the FUNCTION button and turning the VOLUME (NR) control knob.
Calibrating (adjusting) the expression pedal
If the expression pedal is not working properly, please perform the procedure described below.
When calibrating the pedal, use your hand because accurate adjustments may not be possible if you use your foot to operate the pedal.
If the AX10G does not operate as you expect, please check the following points first. If this does not resolve the problem, contact your dealer.
Power does not turn on.
Are batteries installed? Alternatively, is the AC adapter connected to an AC outlet? (p.8) Is a mono phone plug cable connected to the INPUT jack? (p.8)
1. While simultaneously holding down the FUNCTION button and the PEDAL FX button, turn on the power. for approximately The display will indicate one second, and then indicate. 2. Slowly move the pedal back. When it stops, take your hand off the pedal and press the PEDAL FX button. to. The display will change from If you press the MASTER (CANCEL) during the calibration operation, calibration will be halted and the program number will appear.
3. press slowly 2. press slowly
Are your guitar, amp and/or headphones connected to the correct jacks? (p.8) Is your amp turned on and set correctly? Are any cables broken? Is the master level of the AX10G set to 0 or to a low level? (p.7) Is the program volume of the AX10G set to 0 or to a low level? (p.11) Is the volume of your instrument turned down? Is the AX10G muted?
No effect is heard
Is the AX10G bypassed? (p.9) Are the effects used in the program turned on?
Pedal does not work
3. Slowly move the pedal forward. When it stops, take your hand off the pedal and press the PEDAL FX button. When the adjustment has been completed, the , and then the program display will blink number will appear. Check the pedal to make sure the settings are correct.
TIPS For example if you assign PEDAL FX to VOLUME and set VOL PEDAL MIN to 0, it will be easy to verify the MIN level when the pedal is fully returned. If the calibration operation fails, the display will , and you will return to the display indicate before calibration ( ). If repeated attempts are unsuccessful, it is possible that the AX10G has malfunctioned. Contact your dealer.
Have you selected a program which uses an expression pedal effect? (p.10,12) Is the pedal indicator lit?
Cannot write (Display indicates Er)
Did you turn the power off while the preset programs were being loaded? Reload the preset programs. (p.13)
Restoring programs to the factory settings
1. While holding down the WRITE button, turn on the power. The display will indicate If you decide to start up normally without loading the factory settings, press either of the MASTER (CANCEL) buttons. , press the WRITE 2. While the display indicates button. The factory programs will be loaded into the user area (0.1~9.4). When loading is com, and then the pleted, the display will blink program number will appear.
Never turn off the power while this operation is in progress. Be aware that if you reload the preset programs, all previously written programs will be overwritten.
Amp models: Effects: 11 Pre effect types: 3 Modulation types: 11 Ambience types: 11 Noise Reduction: 1 Preset Programs: 40 (10 banks x 4 programs) User Programs: 40 (10 banks x 4 programs) Guitar Input (mono 1/4" jack) Line/Headphone dual-purpose output (stereo 1/4" jack) Tuning Range: 27.5Hz1,318.5Hz (A0E6) Tuner calibration: A = 438Hz445Hz Four AA alkaline batteries (not included allows approximately 18 hours of continu) ous use) or separately sold AC adaptor (DC9V 287 mm x 182 mm x 60 mm 1.1 kg (not including batteries) Owners manual AC adaptor
Number of programs: Input: Output: Tuner: Power supply: Dimensions (W x D x H): Weight: Included items: Options:
Value 9 -
AMP TYPE UK'80S BTQ CLN AC30TB UK MDN UK MDN BTQ CLN AC15 RECTO UK'80S EQ BTQ CLN UK'80S UK MDN BTQ CLN UK'70S UK'80S TWD410 EQ AC15 EQ RECTO BLK212 AC30TB RECTO RECTO BLK212 AC30 UK MDN UK'80S EQ AC15 RECTO UK MDN EQ TWD410 UK'80S RECTO BLK212 FUZZ UK'70S
TREBLE MIDDLE 10 1
BASS 11 19
MODULAVOLUME DEPTH TION 26 off 25 CHORUS off 25 PITCHCHORUS ROTARY off FEEDBK off CHORUS CHORUS off TALK PHASER U-VIBE PITCH2 FLANGE CHORUS off TALK PITCH2 TREM off off off CHORUS off CHORUS FLANGE PITCH2 ROTARY FEEDBK PITCH1 PHASER off off FILTER CHORUS CHORUS off SP 24 -11 -
SPEED AMBIENCE DEPTH TIME HALL 10 6.4 [s] 13 HALL 7 2.4 [s] ECHO600 [ms] HALL 8 4.8 [s] HALL SPRING SPRING ECHO3 SLAP PLATE SPRING PP DLY MULTI SLAP off PP DLY HALL AIR AIR off SPRING ROOM PLATE PP DLY SPRING ROOM SPRING ECHO2 off PP DLY ROOM ECHO3 SPRING SLAP PLATE PP DLY SLAP SPRING HALL MULTI 30 2.4 [s] 2.4 [s] 4.8 [s] 600 [ms] 60 [ms] 1.4 [s] 0.6 [s] 360 [ms] 600 [ms] 150 [ms] 600 [ms] 4.8 [s] 4.8 [s] 0.5 [s] 0.8 [s] 600 [ms] 1.0 [s] 0.5 [s] 0.6 [s] 280 [ms] 300 [ms] 1.6 [s] 600 [ms] 4.8 [s] 150 [ms] 4.8 [s] 600 [ms] 20 [ms] 0.8 [s] 1.9 [s] 280 [ms]
PEDAL VOL PEDAL FX MIN AMB. VOL. 0 AMB. MOD. AMB. MOD. VOL. MOD. VOL. AMB. VOL. WAH. MOD. MOD. MOD. MOD. VOL. MOD. WAH MOD. MOD. MOD. VOL. WAH AMB. VOL. VOL. VOL. VOL. MOD. MOD. VOL. MOD. MOD. VOL. AMB. MOD. VOL. WAH AMB. -
NR 10 10
Coments Dist + Pedal Reverb DeepChorus+Pedal Vol Crunch+Pedal Delay One Octave up Pedal Pitch Dist+PedalRev BTQ Clean+Pedal Rotary AC15 Fab 4 tone+Pedal Vol Recto+Pedal Feedbacker w/Vib Dist w/ Slap Rev+ Vol Pedal Acoustic+Pedal Plate Rev BTQ Chorus/Rev+ Vol Pedal UK'80S's HiGain+ Pedal Wah Dist+Pedal Talk BTQ Clean+PedalPhaser UK70's+Pedal U-Vibe Quantized Pedal Pitch Dist+Flanger Clear tone w/Pedal Chorus AC15+Pedal Wah Clear tone +Pedal Talk 4TH Up Pedal Pitch Texas Tremolo AC30TB Crunch+Pedal Vol Recto Hi-Gain+Pedal Wah Recto Hi-Gain+Pedal Rev 60's Wes Jazz Tone+Pedal Vol AC30 Crunch w/Rev_Pedal Vol Modern UK Lead tone+Pedal Vol UK80's w/Flanger+Pedal Vol Country tone+Pedal Pitch Bend AC15Crunch+Pedal Rotary AutoFeedback+Pedal Vol UK Modern+Pedal Octave Down Clean Acoustic + Pedal Phaser Tweed Crunch w/ Rev+Pedal Vol UK80's+Pedal Ping Pong Delay Recto w/Slap Rev+Pedal Filter 60's Chorus w/Rev+Pedal Vol Jimi Fuzz tone+Pedal Wah UK70'S Dist+Pedal Multi Delay
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