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jgrissom 8:56pm on Thursday, September 9th, 2010 
exelent for price An exelent buy for begginers at guitar.Loads of effects and very simple to use and you get loads for what you paid.
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exelent for price An exelent buy for begginers at guitar.Loads of effects and very simple to use and you get loads for what you paid.

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Operation Manual

Introduction
Thank you for selecting the ZOOM 505 II (hereafter simply called the "505 II"). Please take the time to read this manual carefully so as to get the most out of the unit and to ensure optimum performance and reliability. Retain this manual, the warranty card and all other documentation for future reference.

Contents

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 2 Features 3 Terms Used in This Manual 4 Using the unit on batteries 5 Controls and Functions 6 Selecting Patches for Play 8 Using the Tuner Function 10 Editing a Patch 12 Storing/Copying Patches 14 Changing the "Patch Call" Method 16 Using the Optional Pedal 18 Restoring Factory Defaults 19 Linking Effects 20 Effect Types and Parameters 21 Specifications 31 Usage Precautions 31 Patch List Troubleshooting

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Safety Precautions
In this manual, symbols are used to highlight warnings and cautions for you to read so that accidents can be prevented. The meanings of these symbols are as follows: This symbol indicates explanations about extremely dangerous matters. If users ignore this symbol and handle the device the wrong way, serious injury or death could result. This symbol indicates explanations about dangerous matters. If users ignore this symbol and handle the device the wrong way, bodily injury and damage to the equipment could result.

Features

The 505 II is a sophisticated multi effect processor for guitar with the following features and functions: Top level performance While similar in price to a compact effect device, the 505 II incorporates a varied palette of 33 effects. Up to nine effects (including ZNR and amp simulator) can be combined in a patch. The memory of the unit holds 36 rewritable patches, providing noholds-barred performance. Intuitive user interface The user interface has been thoroughly redesigned. Large switches and keys and a rotary selector make the unit extremely simple to operate. Any desired effect can be called up swiftly and without fuss. Built-in auto-chromatic tuner The integrated tuning function lets you quickly and precisely tune your instrument on stage. Dual power supply enables operation anywhere The dual power supply principle allows the unit to be powered either from an AC adapter or from four IEC R6 (size AA) batteries. Continuous operation time on batteries is 8 hours with manganese batteries and 28 hours with alkaline batteries. Compatible with foot switch and pedals An optional foot switch (FS01) or expression pedal (FP01/FP02) can be connected to the CONTROL IN jack. The foot switch is useful for quickly switching patches, and the expression pedal can serve to adjust the volume or effect tone in real time. Improved successor to 505 While inheriting the sound characteristics of the very successful ZOOM model 505, the 505 II is even more compact and carries a lower price tag. And what's more, it incorporates nine new effects, including distortion effects using sophisticated modeling techniques, practical stage-use and special effects.

ZOOM 505 II GUITAR

Warning

Caution

Please observe the following safety tips and precautions to ensure hazard-free use of the 505 II.

About power

Since power consumption of this unit is Warning fairly high, we recommend the use of an AC adapter whenever possible. When powering the unit from a battery, use only an alkaline type.
If battery leakage has occurred, wipe the battery compartment and the battery terminals carefully to remove all remnants of battery fluid. While using the unit, the battery compartment cover should be closed.

AC adapter operation

Be sure to use only an AC adapter Caution Avoid using your 505 II in environments which supplies 9 V DC, 300 mA and is where it will be exposed to: equipped with a "center minus" plug Extreme temperature (Zoom AD-0006). The use of an adapter High humidity or moisture other than the specified type may Excessive dust or sand damage the unit and pose a safety Excessive vibration or shock hazard. Connect the AC adapter only to an AC Handling outlet that supplies the rated voltage Caution The 505 II is a precision instrument. required by the adapter. Except for the foot switches, do not When disconnecting the AC adapter push other parts with your feet or from the AC outlet, always grasp the subject them to strong force. adapter itself and do not pull at the Take care that no foreign objects (coins cable. or pins etc.) or liquids can enter the unit. If the unit is not to be used for a long Be sure to turn the power to all time, disconnect the AC adapter from equipment off before making the outlet. connections. Battery operation Before moving the unit, turn the power Use four IEC R6 (size AA) 1.5 V batteries off, and disconnect all cables and the (alkaline/manganese). AC adapter. The 505 II cannot be used for recharging. Pay close attention to the labelling of the Alterations battery to make sure you choose the Caution Never open the case of the 505 II or correct type. attempt to modify the product in any way If the 505 II is not to be used for an since this can result in damage to the unit. extended period of time, remove the battery from the unit.

Environment

Terms Used in This Manual
This section explains some important terms that are used throughout the 505 II documentation. Effect module As shown in the illustration below, the 505 II can be thought of as a combination of several single effects. Each such effect is referred to as an effect module. In addition to modules comprising compressor effects (COMP) or distortion effects (DIST), the 505 II also provides a module for ZNR (ZOOM Noise Reduction) and a guitar amp simulator. Parameters such as effect intensity can be adjusted for each module individually, and modules can be switched on and off as desired.

BANK A

PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6
BANK F BANK E BANK d BANK C BANK b
PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6 PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6 PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6 PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6 PATCH 1 PATCH 2 PATCH 3 PATCH 4 PATCH 5 PATCH 6
Terms Used in This Manual / Using the unit on batteries

COMP DIST

AMP SIM

DLY/REV

Effect type Within each effect module, there are several different effects which are referred to as effect types. For example, the modulation effect module (MOD) comprises chorus, flanger, pitch shifter, and other effect types. Only one of these can be selected at a time. An effect type is also often simply referred to as an effect. Effect parameter All effect modules have various parameters that can be adjusted. When likening an effect module to a compact effect device, the parameters can be thought of as the control knobs on the device. Changing the parameter settings will result in changes to items such as effect intensity and tonal characteristics. Patch In the 505 II, effect module combinations are stored and called up in units referred to as patches. A patch comprises information about the on/off status of each effect module, about the effect type used in each module, and about effect parameter settings. The memory of the 505 II can store up to 36 patches. Bank A group of six patches is called a bank. The 505 II manages a total of six banks, labelled A through F. The patches within each bank are numbered 1 through 6. To specify a patch, the 505 II uses the following format: "A1". This means that patch number 1 from bank A is selected. Therefore "b6" would refer to patch 6 from bank b.

Play mode/edit mode The internal status of the 505 II is referred to as the operation mode. The two major modes are play mode, in which you can select patches and use them for playing your instrument, and edit mode, in which you can modify the effects. The [PLAY/EDIT] selector serves for switching between the play mode and edit mode.
Using the unit on batteries
1. Turn the 505 II over and open the cover of the battery compartment on the bottom. Press the latch to release it and then raise the cover. 2. Insert four fresh IEC R6 (size AA) batteries into the battery compartment.
Insert all batteries with the same orientation.
Four IEC R6 (size AA) batteries Tab Battery compartment cover

Rear of 505 II

3. Close the cover of the battery compartment. Close the cover of the battery compartment. Push the cover in until the latch audibly snaps into place.
Use four IEC R6 (size AA) batteries. When the batteries are getting low, a dot (.) in the bottom section of the display starts to flash.
While not using the 505 II, you should disconnect the cable plugged into the INPUT jack, to prevent draining the batteries. ZOOM 505 II GUITAR

Controls and Functions

Top Panel

[PLAY/EDIT] selector

This knob serves for switching between play mode (in which you use the patches for playing) and edit mode (where you can edit patches to your liking).

[+]/[-] keys

Serve for switching banks up and down, adjusting parameters, and other functions.

[STORE] key Display

Shows patch numbers, setting values, and other information required for operation of the 505 II. Serves for storing edited patches, copying patches to another location, and other functions.

[ ]/[ ] foot switches

These switches are used for selecting patches, controlling the tuner, and other functions.

Rear Panel / Connections

INPUT jack
Serves for connecting the guitar. When the 505 II is operated on batteries, the unit will be turned on when a plug is inserted in this jack.

CONTROL IN jack

Serves for connection of the optional foot switch (FS01) or expression pedal (FP01/FP02).

OUTPUT jack

This stereo phone jack serves for connection to the guitar amplifier. It is also possible to plug a pair of stereo headphones into this jack, or to use a Y cable for sending the output to two amplifiers.

DC 9V (AC adapter) jack

To use the 505 II on AC power, plug an AC adapter (ZOOM AD-0006) with a rated output of 9 volts DC, 300 mA (center minus plug) into this jack. When a plug is inserted in this jack, the 505 II is turned on.

Selecting Patches for Play
To try out the 505 II, we recommend that you simply play your instrument while switching patches. This will let you quickly see what the 505 II can do.

Power-on

When using the 505 II on batteries, plug a shielded cable with mono phone plug into the INPUT jack of the 505 II. When using the 505 II with the AC adapter, plug the adapter into the outlet and plug the cable from the adapter into the DC 9V jack on the 505 II. Turn on the guitar amplifier and adjust the volume to a suitable position.
To directly switch the bank
You can use the [+]/[-] keys to directly switch among the banks A - F.
To adjust the master volume
Keep both [+]/[-] keys depressed for more than 1 second.

Set 505 II to play mode

When the [PLAY/EDIT] selector is set to a different position, set it to "PLAY".
While the master volume setting is shown, pressing the [+] or [-] key changes the setting.
The setting range is 0 - 50. When the unit is turned off and on again, the setting will be reset to 40.
When using headphones, the master volume setting can be used to adjust the listening volume.

Bank Patch number

The currently selected bank and patch number are shown on the display.
Immediately after turning on power to the 505 II, the unit will be in play mode also if the [PLAY/EDIT] selector is set to a different position.

Switch patches

To switch patches in play mode, use the [ foot switches. ]/[ ]

Using the Tuner Function

The 505 II incorporates an auto-chromatic tuner for guitars. To use the tuner function, the built-in effects must be bypassed (temporarily turned off) or muted (original sound and effect sound turned off).
Adjusting the reference pitch of the tuner
The center A reference frequency of the built-in tuner can be fine-adjusted.

Switch to bypass or mute

Using the Tuner Function Bypass:
Press both [ ]/[ ] foot switches together briefly and release.
Press one of the [+]/[-] keys.

Reference pitch

Press both [ ]/[ ] foot switches together and hold for at least 1 second.
While the reference pitch setting is shown, pressing the [+] or [-] key changes the setting.
The reference pitch range is 35 - 45 (center A = 435 Hz - 445 Hz).
When the unit is turned off and on again, the reference pitch setting is reset to 40 (440 Hz).
The bypass or mute condition cannot be activated when the unit is in the edit mode.

To terminate the edit mode and return to the play mode, set the [PLAY/EDIT] selector to the "PLAY" position.
Unless you store the edited patch in memory, the settings you made will be lost when you select a different patch after returning to the play mode. Do not forget to store an edited patch that you wish to keep, as described on page 14.

Storing/Copying Patches

An edited patch can be stored at any desired location in the internal memory of the unit. It is also possible to copy an existing patch and store it at another location.
Press the STORE key in play mode or edit mode.
The bank and patch number on the display are flashing.
Press the STORE key once more.
When the store/copy process is completed, the unit reverts to the original mode, with the target patch being selected.
Use the [ ]/[ ] foot switches to select the target location in which to store the patch.
When the store/copy process is executed, the previous content of the store target is overwritten and cannot be restored if it was a usercreated patch. You should therefore take care when selecting a target patch. However, the factory default settings of an individual patch or all patches can be restored, as described on page 19.
When storing or copying a patch, it is not possible to use the [+]/[-] keys to switch only the bank number.
To cancel the store/copy process
Press the [-] key instead of the STORE key.
The store process is aborted and the unit reverts to the previous mode.
The store process is also canceled when [PLAY/EDIT] selector is operated instead of the [-] key.
Changing the "Patch Call" Method
In normal operation, the sound of the 505 II will change immediately if a patch is selected in play mode. This may be undesirable if a patch from a distant memory location is called and the sound of other unwanted patches in between is heard. If desired, you can change the "Patch call" method from direct selection to the pre-select method. In pre-select mode, you first specify the desired patch and then confirm the selection. The sound will only change after you have confirmed the operation.

Confirm the patch change

When the desired patch is shown, press the [ ]/[ ] foot switches together.
Changing the "Patch call" method to pre-select
To change the "Patch call" method to preselect, you must turn the unit on while holding down the [ ] foot switch.

Confirm

Specifying the desired patch
Use the [ ]/[ ] foot switches to select the patch you want to use next.
You can also use the [+]/[-] keys to only switch the bank.
The patch change is confirmed, the sound changes, and the display stops flashing and stays constantly lit.
Changing the "Patch call" method back to direct select
To change the "Patch call" method back to normal direct select operation, simply turn the unit off and back on again.
This will return the patch select method to the default setting.
The bank and patch number of the patch to be used next will be shown on the display, but the sound does not yet change.

Using the Optional Pedal

The 505 II is equipped with a CONTROL IN jack designed for connection of an optional foot switch or expression pedal. This section explains how to use these accessories.
Restoring Factory Defaults
The 505 II comes with 36 preprogrammed patches. These factory default patches can be restored also if they were overwritten by patches created by the user. There are two ways of restoring factory defaults. "All Initialize" returns the entire set of patches to the original condition. "Factory Recall" restores a specific patch to the original condition. 1. While holding down the STORE key, plug the appropriate cable into the INPUT jack (or DC 9V jack). The indication "AL" flashes on the display.
Using the foot switch (FS01)
Connecting the optional foot switch FS01 to the CONTROL IN jack allows changing banks with the foot switch while the unit is in play mode. (Operating the foot switch in play mode has the same effect as pressing the [+] key.) 1. Plug the cable from the FS01 into the CONTROL IN jack, and then plug the appropriate cable into the INPUT jack (or DC 9V jack). 2. Press the foot switch. With each push of the foot switch, the bank is switched up. Using the Optional Pedal
To perform All Initialize
2. Press the STORE key once more. All patch settings are returned to the factory default condition, and the unit switches to play mode. To cancel All Initialize, press the [-] key.
Using the expression pedal (FP01/FP02)
Connecting an expression pedal (FP01/FP02) to the CONTROL IN jack allows adjusting the volume or an effect parameter in real time. For information on parameters that can be adjusted with the expression pedal, please refer to pages 22 - 29. 1. Plug the cable from the expression pedal into the CONTROL IN jack, and then plug the appropriate cable into the INPUT jack (or DC 9V jack). 2. Select the patch in play mode, and move the expression pedal back and forth. Depending on the program content of the patch, the volume or effect parameter will change.

All user-created patches will be lost when performing All Initialize. Use this function with care.
To perform Factory Recall
2. Use the [ ]/[ ] foot switches to select the patch you want to return to the original condition. The specified bank and patch number are flashing on the display.
During Factory Recall, the [+]/[-] keys cannot be used to switch the bank only. 3. Press the STORE key once more. The settings of the specified patch are returned to the factory default condition. If desired, repeat steps 2 and 3 to restore other patches. To terminate the Factory Recall operation, press the [-] key. The unit will switch to the play mode at this point.
If the foot switch or expression pedal is connected to the 505 II while the unit is powered, malfunction may occur. Be sure to plug the foot switch or expression pedal into the CONTROL IN jack first and then plug the appropriate cable into the INPUT jack (or DC 9V jack). The pedal is active also in edit mode.

Linking Effects

The patches of the 505 II consist of seven serially linked effect modules, as shown in the illustration below. (The maximum number of effects that can be used simultaneously is 9.) You can use all effect modules or selectively set certain modules to on or off.

Effect module

Effect Types and Parameters
Starting on the next page, all effect types in all effect modules are listed, together with their parameters.

How to read the listing

Display
The display example shown at the left side of the effect parameter listing shows the setting that can be adjusted with the [+]/[-] keys. Which setting this is depends on the module.
Effect type only shown Parameter setting value only shown

COMP WAH

COMPRESSOR LIMITER AUTO WAH COMPRESSOR> AUTO WAH PEDAL WAH COMPRESSOR> PEDAL WAH
ACOUSTIC FDR CLN RHYTHM OVERDRIVE DIST BLUES FUZZ LEAD METAL MS DRV BG DRV PVY DRV

4 BAND EQ PHASE SHIFT

MOD CHO/PIT DLY/REV
CHORUS PEDAL CHORUS FLANGER FLANGER>CHORUS PEDAL FLANGER DUBLING DUBLING>CHORUS PEDAL DUBLING TREMOLO TREMOLO>CHORUS PEDAL TREMOLO STEP STEP>CHORUS PEDAL STEP CRY1 CRY2 CRY>CHORUS PEDAL CRY PITCH SHIFT PEDAL PITCH DOWN PEDAL PITCH UP RING MOD RING >CHORUS PEDAL RING MOD SLOW ATTACK SLOW ATTACK > PITCH SHIFT PEDAL SLOW ATTACK DELAY ECHO HALL ROOM

Effect type

Setting value
Effect type and parameter setting value shown

The drawing of the [PLAY/EDIT] selector shows the position which is used to call up that module and parameter.

Module on/off

For every effect module, the last basic parameter setting is " o F ". When this is selected, the respective module is turned off, which means that it will not affect the sound output by the 505 II. (The effect is the same as when both [ ]/[ ] foot switches are pressed together in edit mode.)
MOD module basic parameters
This effect module comprises effects such as chorus, flanger, and tremolo. Use the [+]/[-] keys to select the effect type and adjust the effect intensity.

CHORUS (Chorus)

This effect mixes a variable pitch-shifted component to the original signal, resulting in full-bodied and expansive sound. Higher setting values result in a

L7 L9 LP oF

SLOW ATTACK > PITCH SHIFT (Slow Attack > Pitch Shift)
This effect type is a serial connection of slow attack and pitch shifter. Higher right-digit setting values result in slower attack rate. (The pitch shifter is fixed to the 1 octave up setting.)
PEDAL SLOW ATTACK (Pedal Slow Attack)
Using the expression pedal (FP01/FP02) connected to the CONTROL IN jack, the attack rate can be adjusted.
For some effect modules, you can select an effect type from several possible choices. For example, the MOD module comprises CHORUS, FLANGER, TREMOLO, and other effect types. The DLY/REV module comprises DELAY, HALL, ROOM, etc.

OFF (Off)

Turns the MOD module off.

Expression pedal

A pedal icon ( ) in the listing indicates a parameter that can be controlled with the expression pedal (FP01/FP02). When such a parameter is selected, the respective module can be controlled in real time with a connected expression pedal.
Except for pedal wah, when a parameter marked with a pedal icon is selected, the sound will correspond to the representative setting of that effect.
The COMP module and MOD module allow you to choose two effect types simultaneously, such as COMPRESSOR > AUTO WAH or DOUBLING > CHORUS.
If there is no parameter marked with a pedal icon selected in the entire patch, the expression pedal operates as a volume pedal.

PATCH LEVEL

PEDAL WAH (Pedal Wah)
This effect type allows using an expression pedal (FP01/FP02) connected to the CONTROL IN jack for pedal wah. The expression pedal then controls the frequency that is emphasized. Higher setting values result in higher emphasized frequency.

COMPRESSOR > AUTO WAH (Compressor > Auto Wah)
This effect type is a serial connection of compressor and auto wah. Higher setting values result in higher input sensitivity for the auto wah effect. (The compressor effect is fixed.)

LEAD (Lead)

Smooth, bright distortion sound.

METAL (Metal)

Heavy metal type distortion with emphasized bass and treble.

EQ PHASE

EQ module basic parameters
This module comprises a 4-band equalizer and phaser. Use the [+]/[-] keys to select the effect type and adjust the effect intensity.

MS DRV (MS Drive)

Drive sound emulating a British style tube stack amp.

BG DRV (BG Drive)

Drive sound emulating a tube stack amp with a tight and controlled midrange.
4 BAND EQ (4-Band Equalizer)

PVY DRV (PVY Drive)

High-gain tube amplifier drive sound, great for heavy metal.
Turns the DIST module off.
DIST module extended parameters
These parameters serve to adjust the volume or distortion depth for the effect type selected with the DIST module basic parameters.
Allows boost or cut in the bass/middle/high/presence band. You can select one out of 50 patterns (01 - 50). 01 - 10: Lower values result in attenuated highs and emphasized lows. 11 - 20: Lower values result in lower emphasized frequency. 21 - 24: Lower values result in emphasized midrange. 25: Flat characteristics 26 - 30: Higher values result in emphasized highs. 31 - 40: Higher values result in higher emphasized frequency. 41 - 50: Higher values result in emphasized presence and lows.

PHASE SHIFT (Phaser)

Original sound Effect sound

P1 P9 oF

This effect mixes a phase-shifted component to the original sound, resulting in a pulsating character. Higher setting values result in faster modulation.

0 TIME

GAIN (Gain)
The function of this parameter depends on the effect type selected for the DIST module.

Turns the EQ module off.

-(Off indication)
When ACOUSTIC (Ac) is selected Higher setting values emphasize the characteristic acoustic guitar string sound. FDR CLN (Fd) is selected Depending on the guitar in use, the sound may be distorted at certain settings. In such cases, reduce the setting value until the distortion disappears. Other effect type is selected Higher setting values result in stronger distortion.

RING MOD (Ring Modulator)
This effect adds amplitude modulation to the signal, resulting in a metallic sound. Higher right-digit setting values result in higher modulation frequency.

PEDAL STEP (Pedal Step)

c1 c3 c4 c6 c7 c9 cP
Using the expression pedal (FP01/FP02) connected to the CONTROL IN jack, the step sound change rate can be adjusted. The adjustable range is larger than available with S1 - S9.
RING > CHORUS (Ring > Chorus)
This effect type is a serial connection of ring modulator and chorus. Higher right-digit setting values result in higher modulation frequency. (Chorus intensity is fixed.)

CRY1 (Cry 1)

This effect changes the sound in a similar way as a talking simulator. Higher right-digit setting values result in more pronounced sound change.
PEDAL RING MOD (Pedal Ring Modulator)
Using the expression pedal (FP01/FP02) connected to the CONTROL IN jack, the ring modulator frequency can be adjusted.

CRY2 (Cry 2)

This is a cry effect with a different sound character. Higher right-digit setting values result in more pronounced sound change.
SLOW ATTACK (Slow Attack)
This effect reduces the attack rate of the sound, resulting in a volume playing style sound. Higher right- digit setting values result in slower attack rate.
CRY > CHORUS (Cry > Chorus)
This effect type is a serial connection of cry and chorus. Higher right-digit setting values result in more pronounced cry type sound change. (Chorus intensity is fixed.)

PEDAL CRY (Pedal Cry)

Using the expression pedal (FP01/FP02) connected to the CONTROL IN jack, the cry type sound change can be adjusted.
PITCH SHIFT (Pitch Shift)
This effect varies the pitch of the original sound. You can select one out of nine preset pitch shift patterns (P1 - P9). P1: A component shifted by 1 octave down is mixed to the original sound. P2: A component shifted by a perfect fifth down is mixed to the original sound. P3: A chorus effect is added to the P2 setting. P4: A component shifted by a perfect fourth up is mixed to the original sound. P5: A chorus effect is added to the P4 setting. P6: A component shifted by 1 octave up is mixed to the original sound. P7: A slightly pitch-shifted component is mixed to the original sound, resulting in a chorus with slight modulation. P8: A component shifted by a perfect fourth up and down is mixed to the original sound. P9: A component shifted by 1 octave up and down is mixed to the original sound.

dE-(Off indication)

DELAY TIME (Delay Time)
(When DELAY or ECHO is selected as effect type) Sets the delay time in the range from 1 - 37. The actual delay time is the setting value x 10 (ms). (Example: A setting of "15" results in a delay time of 150 ms.)

Cleaning

Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the 505 II. If necessary, slightly moisten the cloth. Do not use abrasive cleanser, wax, or solvents (such as paint thinner or cleaning alcohol), since these may dull the finish or damage the surface. Please keep this manual in a convenient place for future reference.
REVERB TIME (Reverb Time)
(When HALL or ROOM is selected as effect type) Sets the reverb time in the range from 1 - 10. Higher right-digit setting values result in longer reverb time.

Patch List

BANK PATCH PATCH NAME

COMMENT

Tight and smooth distortion sound. Clean sound with pedal-chorus and feedback delay. Rectified modeling sound with pedal-gain control. High-gain metal sound allows 2-octave bend-down with pedal. Crunchy clean sound of the built-in type tube amp. Distorted sound for harmony solo. American fat amp distortion with pedal-gain control. Clean sound with phase shift effect. Straight overdrive sound. 80's lead guitar sound with detune effect. Electric acoustic guitar simulation sound. Talking lead sound with pedal-cry effect. Eddie's famous hard driven sound. Vintage tube amp sound with old tremolo effect. Old British style tube amp modeling sound. Straight pedal-wah sound. 60's British crunch sound with 1-octave up pedal-pitch. Like Santana's "Solo". Wild jet sound with pedal-flanger. Clean sound with auto-wah and phase shift for rhythm play. Slow attack sound with delay. Noisy pedal-wah/fuzz sound. Crunch sound for blues style play. Distorted sound with auto-wah and chorus effect. Synthesizer sound with full effect palette. SF style sound combining step effect with chorus. Ring modulator sound,sound good with pedal. Zoom's famous step-type effect. Clean sound with phase and pedal-chorus. Synthesizer-like SFX sound. Heavy distortion sound with doubling. Clean sound with transparent chorus and flanger. Straight distortion sound for rock style play. High frequency distortion sound with pedal-doubling. Chorus sound with a distinct edge. Distorted sound with twin pitch shifter.
Volume Chorus Gain Pitch Volume Volume Gain Volume Volume Volume Gain Cry Volume Tremolo Volume Wah Pitch Volume Flanger Volume Slow attack Wah Volume Volume Wah Volume Ring Mod Volume Chorus Volume Volume Volume Volume Doubling Volume Volume

[DEMO]

[MODEL]

[VARIATION]

[REAL]
SUPER DIST CLEAN DELAY METAL PANEL WILD METAL II AMERICAN HARMONY SOLO PVY POWER MULTI PHASER STANDARD OD LA POWERED ACOUSTIC TALKING CRY VAN'S DRIVER SURF ZEP STACK PEDAL WAH ROCK'N POPS SORROW JET DRIVE FUNKY PHASE ECHO VIOLIN WAH FUZZ BLUE NOTE CHO WAH PWM SYNTH STEP MODE SPACE CONTACT STEP JET SYMPHONY STEEL CHINA POWER LEAD FLOW FLANGE ROCK DRIVE TREBLE DIST BRIGHT CHORUS DUPLEX
It is recommended to set the ZNR (Zoom Noise Reduction) value for each patch to match the guitar being used.

Troubleshooting

No power
Refer to "1. Power-on" on page 8. Check whether patch call method is set to pre-select (see page 16).

High level of noise

Is ZOOM AC adapter being used? Be sure to use only adapter for 9 V DC, 300 mA with center minus plug (ZOOM AD-0006). Are manganese batteries being used? Continuous operation time is 28 hours with alkaline batteries but only 8 hours with manganese batteries. The use of alkaline batteries is recommended.
Patch does not change Battery life is short

ZOOM CORPORATION

NOAH Bldg., 2-10-2, Miyanishi-cho, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo 183-0022, Japan PHONE: +81-42-369-7116 FAX: +81-42-369-7115 Web Site: http://www.zoom.co.jp Printed in Japan 505 II-5000

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Output

Control input Display Power requirements

Dimensions

0 dBm = 0.775 Vrms Design and specifications subject to change without notice.

Patch List

BANK PATCH PATCH NAME

COMMENT

Tight and smooth distortion sound. Clean sound with pedal-chorus and feedback delay. Rectified modeling sound with pedal-gain control. High-gain metal sound allows 2-octave bend-down with pedal. Crunchy clean sound of the built-in type tube amp. Distorted sound for harmony solo. American fat amp distortion with pedal-gain control. Clean sound with phase shift effect. Straight overdrive sound. 80's lead guitar sound with detune effect. Electric acoustic guitar simulation sound. Talking lead sound with pedal-cry effect. Eddie's famous hard driven sound. Vintage tube amp sound with old tremolo effect. Old British style tube amp modeling sound. Straight pedal-wah sound. 60's British crunch sound with 1-octave up pedal-pitch. Like Santana's "Solo". Wild jet sound with pedal-flanger. Clean sound with auto-wah and phase shift for rhythm play. Slow attack sound with delay. Noisy pedal-wah/fuzz sound. Crunch sound for blues style play. Distorted sound with auto-wah and chorus effect. Synthesizer sound with full effect palette. SF style sound combining step effect with chorus. Ring modulator sound,sound good with pedal. Zoom's famous step-type effect. Clean sound with phase and pedal-chorus. Synthesizer-like SFX sound. Heavy distortion sound with doubling. Clean sound with transparent chorus and flanger. Straight distortion sound for rock style play. High frequency distortion sound with pedal-doubling. Chorus sound with a distinct edge. Distorted sound with twin pitch shifter.
Volume Chorus Gain Pitch Volume Volume Gain Volume Volume Volume Gain Cry Volume Tremolo Volume Wah Pitch Volume Flanger Volume Slow attack Wah Volume Volume Wah Volume Ring Mod Volume Chorus Volume Volume Volume Volume Doubling Volume Volume

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[REAL]
SUPER DIST CLEAN DELAY METAL PANEL WILD METAL II AMERICAN HARMONY SOLO PVY POWER MULTI PHASER STANDARD OD LA POWERED ACOUSTIC TALKING CRY VAN'S DRIVER SURF ZEP STACK PEDAL WAH ROCK'N POPS SORROW JET DRIVE FUNKY PHASE ECHO VIOLIN WAH FUZZ BLUE NOTE CHO WAH PWM SYNTH STEP MODE SPACE CONTACT STEP JET SYMPHONY STEEL CHINA POWER LEAD FLOW FLANGE ROCK DRIVE TREBLE DIST BRIGHT CHORUS DUPLEX
Nous vous recommandons de rgler la valeur ZNR (Zoom Noise Reduction) pour chaque Patch en fonction de la guitare utilise.

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