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VOX TonelabVox ToneLab St Guitar Amp Modeling & Effects Pedal
Tube power explosion! Vox's most compact ToneLab ever offers thirty-three different amp models with a versatile array of cabinets and effects to take your guitar playing to the next level - wherever you go. Introducing the Valvetronix series ToneLab ST; bringing true-tube pro-level sound to everyone.

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Brand: KORG USA
Part Numbers: TONELAB-ST, TONELABST, TonelabST
UPC: 4959112070509
EAN: 4959112070509

 

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Precautions

Location

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 elds
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 VOX dealer or the store where the equipment was purchased.
THE FCC REGULATION WARNING (for USA)
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 modication to this system can void the users authority to operate this equipment.

Power supply

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.

Handling

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 ammable 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, re, or electrical shock.
Notice regarding disposal (EU only)
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is displayed on the product, owners manual, battery, or battery package, it signies that when you wish to dispose of this product, manual, package or battery you must do so in an approved manner. Do not discard this product, manual, package or battery along with ordinary household waste. Disposing in the correct manner will prevent harm to human health and potential damage to the environment. Since the correct method of disposal will depend on the applicable laws and regulations in your locality, please contact your local administrative body for details. If the battery contains heavy metals in excess of the regulated amount, a chemical symbol is displayed below the crossed-out wheeled bin symbol on the battery or battery package.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
This product has been manufactured according to strict specications 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 disqualied from the manufacturers or distributors warranty.
*All product names and company names are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

Table of Contents

Introduction.. 1

Main features... 1

Tuner... 23
Tuning procedure.. 23 Calibrating the tuner.. 23
Using the expression pedal for control. 24
Expression pedal settings.. 24 Assigning a function to the expression pedal (Quick Assign)... 24 Expression pedal minimum and maximum values... 25 Adjusting the sensitivity of the expression pedal... 27
Panel Tour for the guitarist (Top and rear panels)... 2
Top panel... 2 Rear panel... 7
Making connections. 8 Trying out the programs.. 9 Creating your own sounds.. 10
Creating a sound.. 10 Noise reduction settings. 11

Connecting to your computer (USB connection).. 28
Using librarian software. 28 Transferring audio data.. 28
Restoring the factory settings.. 29 Troubleshooting.. 29 Preset program list.. 31 Specications.. 33
Saving a program.. 12 About the amp models, cabinet models, and effect types.. 13
Amp models.. 13 Cabinet models... 17 Effect types... 18 iv

Introduction

Thank you for purchasing the VOX Modeling Effect Processor ToneLab ST. In order to get the most out of your new gear, please read this owners manual carefully and use the product as directed. Keep the owners manual in a safe place for future reference.

Main features

The ToneLab ST features a power amp circuit that uses a miniature triode 12AX7 (ECC83) vacuum tube normally used in preamps, generating the sound of a real tube amp, and capturing the feel and tone of the original amplier (Valvetronix technology). Thirty-three amp models using sophisticated modeling technology are built-in. There are also eleven speaker cabinet models, giving you an easy way to recall sounds ranging from vintage amps of the past to expensive high-end tube amps. Twenty-ve high quality effects are built-in, allowing you to simultaneously use up to eight effect types including noise reduction. There are fty preset sounds that take advantage of the amps and effects, together with fty user-editable programs, giving you a total of one hundred programs that you can switch between by pressing a foot switch while you perform. The expression pedal lets you control wah, volume, or many other parameters with your foot a great asset during live performance.
The Quick Assign function makes it easy to assign parameters or other functions to the expression pedal. The Amp/Line switch ensures that your sound is correctly optimized whether youre using a guitar amp or line-level system as your audio output device. An Auto Chromatic Tuner is built-in for easy tuning. If you use a commercially available USB cable to connect the ToneLab ST to your computer, youll be able to use librarian software on your computer to manage user programs, or use the ToneLab ST as a USB audio interface.

Panel Tour for the guitarist (Top and rear panels)
Here well introduce you to the switches, controls, and connectors on the ToneLab STs top panel.

1. Amp section

Here youll create settings for the amp model. For details on each effect, refer to Amp models (p.13).

Top panel

a. AMP bank select switch and LED Use this to switch the bank, or to turn the amp model on/off. Each time you press the switch, the bank will cycle between STD (Standard), SPL (Special), CST (Custom), STD. The color of the LED will indicate the bank thats selected. STD (Standard): green SPL (Special): orange CST (Custom): red The LED will be lit if the amp model is on. By holding down this switch for about one second you can switch the amp model on/ off.
b. CABINET ON/OFF switch and LED This turns the cabinet model on/off. The LED will be lit if the cabinet model is on. By entering OPTION parameter setting mode you can set parameters for the cabinet model. OPTION parameter setting mode To enter OPTION parameter setting mode, hold down the CABINET ON/OFF switch for about one second. Youll be in OPTION parameter setting mode, and the LED will blink. OPTION parameter setting mode lets you make the following settings. GAIN control: cabinet model (CABINET) TREBLE control: presence (PRESENCE) MIDDLE control: noise reduction (NR) When you return to the previous operation, press the CABINET ON/OFF switch or the EXIT/TUNE switch. NOTE: In OPTION parameter setting mode, the BASS and VOLUME controls are disabled in this mode. c. AMP selector This selects the amp model. The amp model you select will determine the response of the gain circuit and tone controls, and the order in which they are located in the circuit. If the amp model is turned off, turning this selector will turn the amp model on.
d. GAIN control This adjusts the gain of the selected amp model. In OPTION parameter setting mode, this control selects the cabinet model. If the cabinet model is turned off, turning this control in OPTION parameter setting mode will turn the cabinet model on. e. TREBLE, MIDDLE, BASS controls These adjust the tone of the high, mid, and low frequency ranges. In OPTION parameter setting mode, the TREBLE control adjusts the presence and the MIDDLE control adjusts the noise reduction. The way in which these controls affect the tone will depend on the amp model youve selected. NOTE: Depending on the selected amp model, there may be almost no sound if you turn all three of these controls to the far left. f. VOLUME control This adjusts the volume of the program. HINT: You can adjust the volume of the program even when the amp model is turned off.

2. Pedal section

Here you can make settings for the pedal effects. For details on each effect, refer to Pedal types (p.18). a. PEDAL ON/OFF switch and LED This turns the pedal effect on/off. The LED will be lit if the pedal effect is on.
b. PEDAL controller This selects the pedal type. If the pedal effect is turned off, turning this selector will turn the pedal effect on. c. EDIT knob This adjusts the parameters of each effect.
EDIT 2: hold down the TAP switch and turn the EDIT knob d. TAP switch and LED This is used to set the speed of the modulation effect or the delay time of the delay effect. The interval at which you press the TAP switch twice is assigned as the time. The LED will blink to indicate the specied speed or time. If youve selected PITCH SHIFTER, the pitch setting will change each time you press the TAP switch. If youve selected FILTRON, the envelope up/down setting will change each time you press the TAP switch. The LED will light if Up is selected. You can edit parameters such as SPEED or PITCH by holding down the TAP switch and turning the EDIT knob (EDIT 2). For details, refer to Mode/Delay types (p.20).

3. MOD/DELAY section

Here you can make settings for the modulation effect, delay effect, and other effects such as pitch shift. For details on each effect, refer to Mode/Delay types (p.20). a. MOD/DELAY ON/OFF switch and LED This turns the modulation effect, delay effect, or other effect on/ off. The LED will be lit if the effect is on. b. MOD/DELAY selector This selects the modulation type, delay type, or other effect type. If the effect type is off, turning this selector will turn the effect type on. c. EDIT knob This adjusts the parameters of each effect. You can use this knob to adjust two different parameters, EDIT 1 or EDIT 2. The specic parameters that are adjusted will depend on the selected effect. For details, refer to Mode/Delay types (p.20). EDIT 1: turn the EDIT knob

4. Reverb section

Here you can make settings for the reverb effect. For details on each reverb effect, refer to Reverb types (p.22). a. REVERB ON/OFF switch and LED This turns the reverb effect on/off. The LED will be lit if the reverb effect is on. b. REVERB knob Depending on the position of the knob, this selects the reverb type (SPRING, ROOM, or HALL) and adjusts the mix amount of the reverb sound. If the reverb effect is off, turning this knob will switch the reverb effect on.

Amp models

Here well explain the 33 different amp models. HINT: Each amp models GAIN (adjusted by the top panel GAIN control) can be assigned to the expression pedal for control. For details on how to assign a parameter to the expression pedal, refer to Assigning a function to the expression pedal (Quick Assign) (p.24).

1. CLEAN

STD (Standard) This models the clean channel of a high-quality amp that was produced only on special order, and was known as the overdrive special. With a beautifully rounded low range, a sharp midrange attack, and a sweet treble register, this is ideal for single coil pickups.

3. US BLUES

STD (Standard) This models a 4x10" combo amp from 1959 that was originally designed for bass guitar. Its smooth and crisp overdrive sound will respond sensitively to your picking dynamics and to the volume of your guitar. SPL (Special) This models the 22W Bruno Cowtipper Pro II 22 which owes its existence to a special friend of VOX, the custom amp designer Tony Bruno. It responds with extreme sensitivity to your playing touch, and its silky-sweet clean tone will become a crunch sound rich in overtones when you turn up the volume. CST (Custom) This models a wood-nished 30W boutique amp head that cost more than $25,000. It delivers sparkling glassy clean tones, and raising the gain will produce overdrive sounds that are startlingly sweet in a musical way.
its rich overtones, sparkling clean tone, and great-sounding overdrive. CST (Custom) Based on a crunch-distortion amp, this original amp model changes the tone control to an active circuit that is more powerful than the conventional one, allowing a wide range of tones to be created. Raise the TREBLE for sparkling chords or lower it for a tasteful blues setting, or turn up the MIDDLE for a rock backing sound.

5. VOX AC15

STD (Standard) This models the AC15TB, which combines the beautifully sweet tonal character of the AC15s low output power amp with the sound-creating exibility of the AC30s top boost channel. SPL (Special) This models channel 2 of the VOX AC15 (1x12", 15W), which was manufactured in 1962 and was a big hit for its compact cabinet, power, and great tone along with then-popular British bands. CST (Custom) This original amp model is based on an old British amp that delivers the ideal kind of powerful distortion for rock, but with the tone control changed to an active circuit that has a stronger effect than the conventional one, allowing a wide range of tones to be created. You can obtain basic distortion sounds at the at setting, or take advantage of the active tone circuit to create highly distinctive lead sounds.

Cabinet models

These simulate the acoustical character of a guitar amps cabinet.

7. VOX AC30

The famous VOX sound is completed by this speaker cabinet which contains two 12-inch VOX blue Alnico speakers connected in series as a 16 ohm load.

1. TWEED 1x8

This is an open back cabinet containing an 8-inch 3.2 ohm Alnico speaker, found in simple ampliers with a 6V6 output tube.

8. VOX AD120VTX

This is the closed back cabinet VTX containing two customdesigned Celestion speakers with neodymium magnets.

2. TWEED 1x12

This cabinet has an important inuence on the sound of the Tweed 1x12 amp. The speaker uses an Alnico magnet.

9. UK H30 4x12

This is a heavy-duty cabinet containing 30W speakers from the late 60s made by the same manufacturer as the UK T75 4x12 described below.

3. TWEED 4x10

This is an open back cabinet containing four 10-inch 8 ohm speakers connected in parallel for a 2 ohm impedance.

10.UK T75 4x12

This is a more modern 4x12 cabinet containing 75-watt Britishmade speakers.

4. BLACK 2x10

This is the cabinet of a 35W open back combo amp containing two 10-inch ceramic magnet speakers.

11.US V30 4x12

Known as the black beast, this cabinet uses British-made Vintage speakers, and is known for its deep low-range and welldened highs.

5. BLACK 2x12

This contains two 12-inch ceramic magnet speakers, connected in parallel as a 4 ohm load.

6. VOX AC15

This is the cabinet of an open back combo amp containing one of the famous 12-inch VOX blue Alnico speakers made by the British company Celestion.
Examples of amp and cabinet combinations
You can freely combine amp models with cabinet models to create a wide range of sounds, so be sure to try out various combinations.
Here are some typical combinations.
Amp model Cabinet model 2 TWEED 1xBLACK 2xBLACK 2xUK H30 4x12 For the CST amp model, we recommend that you turn the cabinet model off. 1 TWEED 1xTWEED 1xBLACK 2xBLACK 2xTWEED 1xTWEED 4xBLACK 2xUK H30 4xBLACK 2xBLACK 2xVOX ACVOX ACVOX AD120VTX 6 VOX ACVOX ACVOX AD120VTX 9 UK H30 4xUK T75 4xUK H30 4xUK T75 4xUK T75 4xUS V30 4x12
Amp model US METAL 11 UK T75 4x12 US V30 4x12 UK H30 4x12 UK T75 4x12 US V30 4x12

This is a classic Japanese-made distortion unit in an orange box.

1. CLASSIC CHORUS

This models a standard rich-sounding analog chorus unit.
Knob/Switch EDIT TAP TAP+EDIT Parameter DEPTH* SPEED* SPEED* Adjusts the modulation depth. Adjusts the modulation speed in a range of 0.1.15 Hz. Adjusts the speed.

10.METAL DIST

This is a distortion unit thats idea for metal.

2. MULTI TAP CHORUS

This is a deep and spacious chorus with independent chorus taps at left, center, and right.

11.FUZZ

Retro, brazen, and rough-edged.

Mode/Delay types

The ToneLab ST provides eleven types of modulation effect, delay effect, and other effect. The SPEED parameter of modulation-type effects and the TIME parameter of delay-type effects can be easily adjusted by pressing the TAP switch twice. You can use the EDIT knob to adjust the most important parameter (EDIT 1). In addition, you can hold down the TAP switch and turn the EDIT knob to make more detailed settings (EDIT 2). HINT: Parameters that can be assigned to the expression pedal are indicated by *. For details on how to assign a parameter to the expression pedal, refer to Assigning a function to the expression pedal (Quick Assign) (p.24).

3. CLASSIC FLANGER

This models a truly classic analog anger associated with a great guitarist of today who is honored by many as the godfather of two-handed tapping.
Knob/Switch EDIT TAP TAP+EDIT Parameter RESONANCE* SPEED* SPEED* Adjusts the amount of resonance. Adjusts the modulation speed in a range of 0.1.15 Hz. Adjusts the speed.

4. PHASER

This models a popular analog phaser in a banana-colored box.

7. PITCH SHIFTER

This is a pitch shifter that allows you to play chords, and has a variable range of one octave upward or downward.
Knob/Switch EDIT Parameter BALANCE* Adjusts the balance between direct sound and effect sound. Species the amount by which the pitch of the effect sound will be shifted; an octave, a 4th, or a 5th. Each time you press the switch, the setting will cycle between -12, -7, -5, DT (Detune), +5, +7, +12, -12. Species the amount by which the pitch of the effect sound will be shifted in semitone units (100 cents). The setting will change as follows: -12, -11,. -1, 0, DT (Detune), +1,. +12

5. TEXTREM

This models the acclaimed tremolo circuit built into a US-made combo amp.
Knob/Switch EDIT TAP TAP+EDIT Parameter DEPTH* SPEED* SPEED* Adjusts the tremolo depth. Adjusts the modulation speed in a range of 1.0.15 Hz. Adjusts the speed.

PITCH*

TAP+EDIT

8. FILTRON

This is an envelope-controlled lter (wah) that opens or closes a lter according to the input from the guitar.
Knob/Switch Parameter Adjusts the sensitivity to the guitar's volume. If this parameter is assigned to the expression pedal, the cutoff frequency will be controlled by the expression pedal, meaning that the opening/ closing of the lter will not be affected by the input from the guitar. Species the direction of movement (up or down). If Up is selected, the TAP switch LED will light. Adjusts the amount of resonance.

6. ROTARY

This models a rotary speaker.
Knob/Switch EDIT TAP TAP+EDIT Parameter DEPTH* SPEED* SPEED* Adjusts the modulation depth. Adjusts the modulation speed in a range of 0.8.15 Hz. Adjusts the speed.

TAP TAP+EDIT

TYPE RESONANCE*

9. ECHO PLUS

This models an acclaimed analog tape echo. Originally, echo was created by a playback head, and the delay time was specied by changing the speed of the motor.
Knob/Switch EDIT TAP TAP+EDIT Parameter LEVEL* TIME FEEDBACK* Adjusts the mix amount of the delay sound. If this parameter is assigned to the expression pedal, the input level to the delay will be controlled by the expression pedal. Species the delay time in a range of 40.1480 ms. Adjusts the amount of feedback.

Knob/Switch TAP TAP+EDIT

Parameter TIME FEEDBACK* Species the delay time in a range of 40.1480 ms. Adjusts the amount of feedback.

Reverb types

Three types of reverb are provided. Depending on the position of the knob, this selects the reverb type (SPRING, ROOM, or HALL) and adjusts the mix amount of the reverb sound. HINT: If reverb is assigned to the expression pedal, the expression pedal will control the input level to the reverb. For details on how to assign a parameter to the expression pedal, refer to Assigning a function to the expression pedal (Quick Assign) (p.24).

10.DELAY

This models an analog delay that uses a Bucket Brigade Device (BBD). Its audio quality is lo-, but is popular for its warm sound.

1. SPRING

This simulates the spring reverb built into many guitar amps.

2. ROOM

This reverb type simulates a typical room that contains numerous early reections.

3. HALL 11.CHORUS+DELAY

This effect combines a chorus and a delay. The chorus depth is xed; only the delay parameters can be adjusted.
Knob/Switch EDIT Parameter LEVEL* Adjusts the mix amount of the delay sound. If this parameter is assigned to the expression pedal, the input level to the delay will be controlled by the expression pedal.
This models the reverberation of a concert hall containing numerous echo components.
The ToneLab ST has a built-in auto chromatic tuner.
Tune so that only the center LED is lit.

Tuning procedure

1. If you want to tune with the effects bypassed, press the UP
pedal and DOWN pedal simultaneously. The program display will indicate . HINT: If the QUICK ASSIGN LED or the program display are not blinking, you can also press the EXIT/TUNE switch to tune with the effects bypassed. If you want to tune with the sound muted, hold down the UP pedal and DOWN pedal simultaneously for about two seconds. The program display will indicate for about one second, and will then indicate . If youre tuning on stage, we recommend that you use this method. The LEDs at the right will light if the pitch of your guitar is sharp, and the LEDs at the left will light if it is at.
4. When youve nished tuning, press the UP or DOWN pedal.
HINT: You can also press the EXIT/TUNE switch to return to the previous operation.

Calibrating the tuner

Calibration species the reference pitch for tuning (expressed as the frequency of the middle A note on a piano). You can adjust this in a range of 438 Hz445 Hz. NOTE: The calibration setting you specify here will be discarded when you turn off the power. When you turn the power on again, it will automatically be set to 440 Hz.
2. Play a single note on your guitar, and tune the string
approximately so that the desired note name appears in the program display. The note name is shown as follows.

C C D D E F F G G A A B

1. Activate the tuner as described in step 1 of Tuning procedure (p.23).
2. While holding down the EXIT/TUNE switch, use the UP/
DOWN pedals to adjust the reference pitch. The program display will indicate 3845" (438 Hz445 Hz). Specify the desired reference pitch.

3. While watching the LEDs of the program section and tuner
section, tune the guitar string precisely.
3. Release the EXIT/TUNE switch to complete the calibration setting.
Using the expression pedal for control
Expression pedal settings
The ToneLab STs programs assign various functions to the expression pedal, allowing you to control not only wah or volume but many other kinds of effect parameters with the expression pedal. HINT: If you select VOX WAH, the expression pedal will automatically function as a wah pedal. For each program, you can specify which parameter will be controlled by the expression pedal and how it will be controlled. When you save a program, the position (angle) of the expression pedal at that moment will be saved in the program as the parameter value. When you select that program, the value saved in the program will be recalled as the setting of the assigned parameter. In the following cases, however, the value is not saved. Volume Input level to the delay effect Input level to the reverb effect PITCH parameter of PITCH SHIFTER Cutoff frequency of FILTRON
Assigning a function to the expression pedal (Quick Assign)
On the ToneLab ST, its easy to assign an effect parameter or the effect input level to the expression pedal. HINT: For details on the effect parameters that you can assign, refer to About the amp models, cabinet models, and effect types (p.13).
To assign a function to the expression pedal
As an example, heres how to assign the SPEED parameter of the U-VIBE pedal effect to the expression pedal.

1. Turn on the effect.

In this example, press the PEDAL on/off switch to turn the pedal effect on.
2. Use the selector to select a effect, and then operate the EDIT
knob. Use the PEDAL selector to select U-VIBE, and then turn the EDIT knob. The QUICK ASSIGN LED will light.
3. Hold down the EXP PARAM switch for about two seconds.
The SPEED parameter will be assigned to the expression pedal; the program display will indicate for one second, and will then show the program number.
4. If desired, save this setting in the program.
For details on how to save, refer to Saving a program (p.12).
NOTE: The settings you made will return to their original values if you switch programs or turn off the power before saving. To assign volume, gain, or the input level to the reverb or delay effect, proceed as follows. Volume: Operate the VOLUME knob, and then hold down the EXP PARAM switch for about two seconds. Gain: Turn on the AMP on/off switch, operate the GAIN knob, and then hold down the EXP PARAM switch for about two seconds. Input level to the reverb effect: Turn on the REVERB on/off switch, operate the REVERB knob, and then hold down the EXP PARAM switch for about two seconds. Input level to the delay effect: Turn on the MOD/ DELAY switch, and use the MOD/DELAY selector to select ECHO PLUS, DELAY, or CHORUS+DELAY. Then operate the EDIT knob, and then hold down the EXP PARAM switch for about two seconds.

Restoring the factory settings
Heres how to restore the ToneLab ST to its factory-set state. NOTE: This operation will initialize the programs youve saved, returning all of them to the factory-set programs.

Troubleshooting

Power is not applied when you turn the STANDBY switch on Is the AC adapter connected to the rear panel DC12V jack? Is the AC adapter plugged into an AC outlet? Is the AC outlet working properly? Could the AC adapter be damaged? No sound Could the volume of your guitar be turned down? Is your guitar cable connected correctly? Could your guitar cable be broken? Could the rear panel LEVEL knob be set to the minimum value? Could the top panel VOLUME and GAIN controls be set to the minimum value? Check the settings of the TREBLE, MIDDLE, and BASS controls be set to the minimum value? For some amp models, there may be no sound from the amp if the TREBLE, MIDDLE, and BASS control values are low. Make sure that your headphones or connection cable is not defective or broken. Could the expression pedal be assigned as gain and volume, and returned all the way toward yourself? Could you have activated the tuner in a muted state? Effects dont apply Could the effect setting be off? Use the selector to select the effect that you want to use, or use the effect on/off switch to turn the effect on.
1. Turn the power off. 2. While holding down the EXIT/TUNE switch and EXP
PARAM screen, turn the power on.
3. When the UP/DOWN pedal LEDs blink, release the
switches. HINT: If you decide to cancel this procedure, press the EXIT/ TUNE switch.
4. Press the WRITE switch.
Initialization will be completed, the program display will indicate 0. NOTE: Never turn the power off while initialization is being performed.
Could the tuner be active? The effects are bypassed if the tuner is active. Press the EXIT/TUNE switch to defeat bypass. Could an EDIT knob be set to the minimum value? Adjust the EDIT knob. Something is wrong with the sound Are the OPTION parameters set appropriately? Hold down the CABINET on/off switch about one second to enter OPTION parameter setting mode, and adjust the parameters to appropriate values. Is the AMP/LINE switch set appropriately for the output destination thats connected? Set the AMP/LINE switch correctly as described in step 1 of Making connections (p.8). The sound does not change when you operate the switches, selectors, or knobs on the top panel Could the effect setting be off? Use the selector to select the effect that you want to use, or use the effect on/off switch to turn the effect on. Could you be in OPTION parameter setting mode? In OPTION parameter setting mode, the BASS, and VOLUME controls do not change the sound. Press the EXIT/ TUNE switch to exit OPTION parameter setting mode. Could the tuner be active? The effects are bypassed if the tuner is active. Press the EXIT/TUNE switch to defeat bypass. Could you be specifying the expression pedals minimum and maximum values? While youre specifying the expression pedals minimum and maximum values, parameters other than the one assigned to the expression pedal will not change. Press the EXIT/TUNE switch to return to normal operation. 30

CABINET ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON off off off off off off off off off off off off off
MOD/DLY off off PHASER CHORUS+DELAY DELAY TEXTREM off PITCH SHIFTER ECHO PLUS off PITCH SHIFTER PITCH SHIFTER CLASSIC CHORUS PHASER off DELAY FILTRON DELAY off FILTRON DELAY PITCH SHIFTER off off ECHO PLUS
REVERB ROOM off off ROOM SPRING SPRING SPRING HALL SPRING SPRING SPRING HALL SPRING HALL SPRING off off SPRING HALL HALL SPRING HALL SPRING ROOM SPRING
Expression Pedal multi tap chorus AMP GAIN OCTAVE VOLUME VOLUME TEXTREM SPRING PITCH SHIFTER SPRING VOX WAH PITCH SHIFTER HALL VOLUME PHASER echo plus hall FILTRON DELAY phaser FILTRON vox wah U-VIBE U-VIBE pitch shifter ECHO PLUS

Specications

Amp models: 33 Cabinet models: 11 Pedal types: 11 Mod/Delay types: 11 Reverb types: 3 Noise reduction: 1 Programs: 100 (50 preset, 50 user) Audio input INPUT jack, AUX IN jack Audio output OUTPUT/PHONES jack (stereo/mono dual use) LEVEL knob, AMP/LINE switch USB USB connector (Type B) Tuner Detection range: A0E6 (27.5Hz1,318.5Hz) Calibration: A=438445 Hz Other DC12V connector, STANDBY switch Signal processing A/D conversion: 24-bit D/A conversion: 24-bit Sampling frequency: 44.1kHz Power supply: AC adapter (DC12V, ) Current consumption: 540mA Dimensions (W x D x H): 270 x 180 x 70 (mm)/10.63 x 7.09 x 2.76 (inches) Weight: 1.6kg/3.53lbs. Included items: AC adapter
Specications and appearance are subject to change without notice for improvement.

Restoring the Factory Preset Programs... 54 Troubleshooting... 54 Specifications... 55
MIDI Implementation Chart....56

Quick Start

A GUIDE FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO PLAY GUITAR FIRST, AND READ THE MANUAL LATER!
ep, we know. Youd rather be playing guitar than reading this manual. Who wouldnt? I know I would so heres a Quick Start to get you up and running without delay (pun intended) First well get started by trying out ToneLab LEs programs and then well explain how to use the various controls and knobs to create your own sounds. Right. Once youve gotten the urge to play out of your system, you should really give this manual a chance its been written by a fellow guitar fanatic and is full of useful tips and info thatll give you much more detail about ToneLab LE than whats in the Quick Start. Okay, okay, were almost done here. I just want to recommend that you refer to the illustrations of the top and rear panels and display in A Guitarists Guided Panel Tour (p.12) so you can see the pictures while we talk and you tweak. Now lets plug in and play!!!
1. If youre connecting ToneLab LE to a mixer or recorder, connect OUTPUT jacks L/MONO and R (7.6) to the input jacks of your mixer or recorder. If youre listening through headphones, connect your headphones to the HEADPHONES jack (7.8). If youre connecting ToneLab LE to a guitar amp(s) connect OUTPUT jacks L/MONO and R to the input jacks of your guitar amp(s).
NOTE: If youre connecting ToneLab LE to something that only has a mono input, just use the L/MONO jack.

2. 3. 4. 5.

Turn the LEVEL knob (7.7) on the rear panel of ToneLab LE all the way to the left (as viewed from the rear), setting the volume to 0. Plug the supplied AC/AC power supply into ToneLab LEs rear panel AC9V power inlet (7.3), and plug the power supply into an AC wall socket. Plug your guitar into the rear panel INPUT jack (7.4). Before you turn ToneLab LE on, lower the volume of your amp or mixer so you dont hear any potentially speaker-damaging pops or buzzes. Then turn on the STANDBY switch (7.2) to power up ToneLab LE. If you connected ToneLab LE to a mixer or recorder, press the AMP/LINE button to select the AMP/LINE menu, and use the value knob 1 to select Ln1, 2 (LINE). If youve connected ToneLab LE to your guitar amp, set this to AP13 (AMP) setting.

HINT: If youve connected ToneLab LE to your guitar amp, select the setting that is best for your amp. (p.21) HINT: If you selected Ln2 (LINE), you can use a three-band EQ to adjust the tone that would best suit your output settings. (p.25)
Turn up the volume controls on your amp or mixer, and use ToneLab LEs rear panel LEVEL knob to adjust the volume.
NOTE: You wont hear sound for several seconds while the valve (a.k.a. vacuum tube if you live on the west side of the Atlantic) warms up. This isnt a malfunction its a real analogue valve!

LISTEN TO THE PROGRAMS

8. Use the BANK UP, DOWN switches (5.1) to select a bank 130. Notice that the number in the bank display (3.4) blinks and changes.
HINT: ToneLab LE has 120 programs, organized into 30 banks with four programs in each bank (30 x 4 = 120). When shipped from the factory, banks 110 contain 40 programs. (The programs in banks 110, 1120 and 2130 are identical to each other) Program Select mode lets you select these programs. Theres also an effect ON/OFF mode that lets you turn individual effects on/off.
Use the program select 14 switches (5.2) to select a program. The program LED you selected will light, and the number in the bank display will also change and stay lit. Go ahead and play your guitar. For example if you want to select program 3-1 (bank 3, program 1), press the BANK UP or DOWN switch to make the bank display read 3, and then press the program select 1 switch to make the LED light. If youre selecting a program in the same bank, simply press a program select 14 switch. If you want to select a program from a different bank, youll need to perform steps 8 and 9 in that order.
NOTE: If you cant select a program, youre probably not in Program Select mode. Get back into Program Select mode as described in Program Select mode (p.22). HINT: The preset programs cover an amazing range of sounds; fat hi-gain lead sounds, nostalgic clean sounds that work best with your rhythm (neck) pickup, aggressive modern crunch sounds for heavy rifng with your lead (bridge) pickup, and much more.

VOX VALVE REACTOR

PHASE INVERTER PREAMP VIRTUAL OUTPUT TRANSFORMER 12AX7 (ECC83) BIAS BIAS 12AX7 (ECC83) REACTOR AMP DUMMY SPEAKER
FEEDBACK CIRCUIT (WITH OR W/O PRESENCE & RESONANCE) MODEL DEPENDENT
USING CONSTANT CURRENT & REACTIVE FEEDBACK
12AX7 (DUAL TRIODE) PUSHPULL OUTPUT CLASS A OR AB MODEL DEPENDENT
AN OVERVIEW OF TONELAB LE
Lets talk about how ToneLab LE is structured.

SIGNAL ROUTE

When you plug into ToneLab LE the signal passes through the following stages. You might want to glance at the explanations in A Guitarists Guided Panel Tour (p.12) while you read this section.

AMP MODEL

16 TYPE

INSERT EFFECT

PEDAL EFFECT
PRE AMP PRE AMP GAIN GAIN
MODULATION DELAY VOLUME PEDAL REVERB OUTPUT SELECT

VR GAIN VR GAIN

CLASS A CLASS AB CH CLASS AB VOLUME CH VOLUME
ToneLab LE has a Program Select mode (where you can switch programs) and an Effect On/Off mode (where you can switch individual effects on/off). To switch between these modes, simply press the BANKUP (FX ON/OFF) switch which can be done even while you are performing.
AMP AND EFFECT SETTINGS (EDIT)
The ve model selectors, six value knobs, and various buttons let you edit the amp and effect settings directly and intuitively. You can use the CHAIN function to change the order in which the modulation, delay, and reverb effects are connected. Use the EXP-CTL-CHAIN button to set the CHAIN function.
REALTIME EXPRESSION PEDAL AND CONTROL SWITCH
You can use the expression pedal and control switch to control wah, volume, or effect parameters with your feet. Use the EXP-CTL-CHAIN button to select the parameters you wish to control.

SAVING A PROGRAM

By using the WRITE button, all settings you make can be saved as a program. When doing so, you should use the RENAME button to give the program a new name. Once youve saved a program, you can use the program select switches to recall it instantly (in Program Select mode).
MIDI AND OUTPUT DESTINATION SETTINGS
The GLOBAL button lets you make MIDI-related settings and specify the operation of the pedal for Program Change. The settings you make here are automatically saved within ToneLab LE so theres no need to perform the WRITE operation.
VALVE REACTOR POWER AMP POWERA CLASS AMP

CABINET MODEL

11 TYPE

EFFECT

A Guitarists Guided Panel Tour
Here were going to learn about the buttons and other controls on ToneLab LEs top and rear panel.

THE TOP PANEL

1 MODEL SELECT SECTION
Here you can select the model of amp, cabinet and effect models.
1.2 1.4 1.5 1.3 1.6 1.7 1.8

MODEL select buttons

Use these when selecting the effect category you want to edit with value knobs 16, and when switching effects on/off. If an effect youre using is ON it will be lit (or blinking during editing), and if OFF it will be dark. Press a button once and its LED will blink; now you can use value knobs 16 to edit the parameters of that effect. If you want to turn off an effect that is currently on, press the model select button for the appropriate effect once (it blinks), and then press that model select button once again to turn it off (dark); the name display will indicate [--OFF--]. The pedal effect is placed in front of the amp model and the modulation, delay, and reverb are placed after the cabinet model.

REAR PANEL

7 REAR PANEL SECTION
7.7 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.8 7.9 7.10 7.11
ToneLab LE contains a 12AX7 (ECC83) valve (vacuum tube).
NOTE: The valve cover or the valve may break if either is subjected to impact. If the valve cover breaks, please have it replaced. Failure to replace a damaged valve cover may lead to the valve itself becoming damaged.

7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5

STANDBY switch ~AC9V INPUT jack INSERT jacks (SEND, RETURN)
Turns the power on/off. Connect the included AC/AC power supply here. Connect your guitar to this jack. You can connect an external effect processor or stompbox to these jacks. Connect SEND to the input of your external effect device. Connect RETURN to the output of your external effect device.

7.6 7.7 7.8 7.9

OUTPUT jacks (L/MONO, R) LEVEL knob HEADPHONES jack (stereo) MIDI OUT connector
These are analog output jacks. If youre using a mono output, connect the L/MONO jack. Adjusts the output level from the OUTPUT jacks and the HEADPHONES jack. Connect your headphones to this jack. This connector transmits MIDI data. Use it when you want to control a connected external MIDI device.

7.10 MIDI IN connector

This connector receives MIDI data. Use it when you want to control ToneLab LE from a connected external MIDI device.
7.11 S/P DIF OUT connector
This connector transmits S/P DIF optical digital data.
NOTE: You must turn off the power of all your equipment before you make connections. If you ignore this warning, you may damage your speaker system or experience malfunctions!

BASIC CONNECTIONS

to your mixer/recorder or guitar amp Guitar

LINE/AMP

Headphones
External effect processor
AC/AC power supply to an AC outlet
PHONES L/MONO R INPUT OUTPUT RETURN SEND

ToneLab LE

Use audio cables to connect ToneLab LEs OUTPUT L/MONO and R jacks (7.6) to a mixer/ recorder or guitar amp. If desired, you can also connect an external effect processor. To do this simply connect SEND to the input of your external processor, and RETURN to the output of your external processor.

Guitar

OUTPUT L/MONO

R INPUT

Monaural phone jack

Guitar amp(s)

USING THE S/P DIF CONNECTOR
By using the S/P DIF connector, you can transmit digital data between ToneLab LE and a connected device, such as a recorder.
ADJUST THE DIGITAL OUTPUT LEVEL
1. 2. 3. Press the GLOBAL button. Repeatedly press the button until the display reads DOUT LVL. Use value knob 6 or the , buttons to set the output level at the S/P DIF connector.
HINT: You can specify a level between 12 and +12. Level 0 (0dB) is nominal. Setting the level above 0 may distort the sound of some programs.
USING TONELAB LE WITH A MIDI DEVICE OR COMPUTER
By using MIDI you can control ToneLab LE from a sequencer or control an external MIDI device from ToneLab LE. You can also save ToneLab LE programs on a sequencer or MIDI data ler that is able to transmit and receive MIDI exclusive data, and then load the program data back into ToneLab LE when desired.
HINT: For details on MIDI connections refer to p.51.

OUTPUT SETTINGS

Heres how to specify whether youre connecting ToneLab LE to a guitar amp or to a mixer/ recorder. This procedure is required to make the necessary adjustments to the guitar amp model output signal according to the device to which the ToneLab LE is connected. 1. 2. Press the AMP/LINE button (and use the and buttons, if necessary) to make the display read AMP/LINE. Use value knob 1 or the , buttons to set the value. AP1: Select this if you are using an amp that features a clean sound, such as a US-made open-back combo. AP2: Select this if you are using an amp that features a strong and distinctive mid range, such as a UK-made open-back combo. AP3: Select this if you are using a stack-type amp, such as a 4x12" closed-back cabinet. Ln1: Select this if you are using the ToneLab LE S/P DIF OUT connector or connecting a guitar amp's power amp input or a recorder to a Line output. Ln2: Select this if you would like to adjust the sound by using the three-band EQ.
NOTE: The AMP/LINE setting is disabled if an amp model you selected is turned off. NOTE: The amps mentioned above are merely representative. The optimum setting varies depending on the type and settings of your amp.

Playing ToneLab LE

PROGRAM SELECT MODE
ToneLab LE has 120 programs (30 banks x 4 programs), and every one of these programs can be totally rewritten or custom tweaked to your hearts content. With the factory settings, banks 110 contain a total of 40 preset programs. (Banks 1120 and 2130 contain the same preset programs as banks 110.) In order to select programs, you need to be in Program Select mode.

SELECTING A PROGRAM

As an example, heres how to select program 2-3 (bank 2, program 3). 1. Make sure that ToneLab LE is in Program Select mode. If the BANK UP switch LED is lit green, youre in Effect On/Off mode. Press the BANK UP switch to change to Program Select mode. In Program Select mode, the BANK UP and DOWN switch LEDs will be dark. Use the BANK UP/DOWN switches (5.1) to select bank 2. The bank number in the bank display blinks. Press the program select 3 switch (5.2). Program 2-3 will be recalled instantly. The program select 3 switch LED will light, and the bank number will light steadily.

HINT: When youve selected the Bank but not the Program, the previously-selected program is still active. So if youre playing live and your next program change requires you to switch to a different bank, you can select that bank ahead of time, ensuring a timely, seamless change.

EFFECT ON/OFF MODE

You can use program select switches 14 to switch the pedal effect, modulation effect, delay effect, and reverb effect of the current program on/off individually. Also, you can use the BANK DOWN switch to switch the signal that is being sent through the external effect processor connected to the INSERT jacks.
HINT: You can turn the current amp model on or off using the CONTROL switch. (p.49) HINT: When you want to switch programs, press the BANK UP switch again to return to Program Select mode.
As an example, heres how you can switch the pedal and insert effects on/off for the current program. 1. If the BANK UP and DOWN switch LEDs are dark, the unit is in Program Select mode. Press the BANK UP switch to enter Effect On/Off mode. The BANK UP switch LED lights up green. Program LEDs 14 and the BANK DOWN switch LED indicate the on/off status of the pedal effect, as well as modulation, delay, reverb and insert effects. If program LED 1 is lit, the pedal effect is ON. If you press program select switch 1, the pedal effect will turn off and LED 1 will go dark. If the BANK DOWN switch LED is dark, your guitar signal is not being sent through the external effect. When you press the BANK DOWN switch, the external effect send/return will be turned ON, and the BANK DOWN switch LED will light.
NOTE: If you havent connected an external effect processor to the INSERT RETURN jacks, the INPUT signal will bypass the insert circuit whether the INSERT button LED is lit or dark.
ACTIVATING OR DEACTIVATING THE KEY LOCK FUNCTION
Heres how you can use the Key Lock function to disable ToneLab LEs buttons, selectors, and knobs so they cant be accidentally changed during a live performance.

NOTE: While the Key Lock function is activated, you wont be able to operate any controls except for the switches, pedals and the EXIT/TUNE button. NOTE: The Key Lock setting is cancelled when you turn off the power; it will be disabled when you turn on the power once again.
ACTIVATING THE KEY LOCK FUNCTION
1. 2. If the name display shows anything other than a program name, or if the characters of the program name are blinking, press the EXIT/TUNE button. With the program name shown in the name display, press and hold the EXIT/TUNE button for at least one second. The name display will indicate KEY LOCK for one second, and then the value knob LEDs will go dark.
DEACTIVATING THE KEY LOCK FUNCTION
1. 2. If the name display shows anything other than a program name, press the EXIT/TUNE button. Press and hold the EXIT/TUNE button for at least one second. The name display will indicate LOCK OFF for one second, and then the value knob LEDs will light.
Creating and Storing your own Programs
There are two ways you can do this; by tweaking an existing program or by starting from scratch.
CREATING YOUR OWN PROGRAM
TWEAKING AN EXISTING PROGRAM
If you want to tweak an existing program, select one thats close to the sound you want. Set the MODEL select buttons to the amp, cabinet and effects you want to use, and use value knobs to adjust the sound. For example, you might start with a certain preset that has a crunchy, modern rhythm sound that you like, but create a complementary lead sound that is louder, has a bit more gain, and boosted mid-range.

CREATE YOUR OWN PROGRAM

Now heres how to create your own program from scratch.
NOTE: Before you continue, make sure that the AMP/LINE menu is set correctly as described on p.19.

1. 2. 3.

Select any program (p.22).
HINT: It doesnt matter which program you select, because were starting from scratch.
In the PEDAL, MODULATION, DELAY, REVERB section, press any model select button that is lit two times. This will turn off (bypass) all effects other than the amp model. Use the AMP MODEL selector to choose the amp you want.
HINT: For details on amp types, cabinet types, and effect types, refer to Explanations of the Amp, Cabinet and Effect Types (p.27).
Use value knobs 16 to adjust the GAIN, VR GAIN, TREBLE, MIDDLE, BASS, and CH VOLUME as desired. CH VOLUME adjusts the volume while preserving the overall character of the sound, including the distortion of the power stage. To adjust the PRESENCE, press the AMP button while holding down the CAP button, then turn value knob 3. To return to adjusting GAIN etc., press the AMP model select button.

HINT: So, youre ipping through the programs on your new ToneLab LE, and you come across one you really like. Its easy to nd out exactly what settings are dialed in to get such an awesome tone just use this Original Value display feature!
Explanations of the Amp, Cabinet and Effect Types
those EQ areas, if you so wish. Just so you know, the amps we modelled that dont have individual controls for Treble, Middle and Bass are:
AMP AC15 AC15TB AC30 AC30TB TWEED 1x12 ORGINAL TONE CONTROLS Top Cut & Bass Cut Switch Treble & Bass Top Cut only Treble, Bass and Cut Just one, called Tone!
his section explains ToneLab LEs amp models, pedal effects, cabinet models, modulation, delay, and reverb effects.

A. AMP MODELS

Which amps did we painstakingly model for our seductive selection of 16? Believe me when I say it wasnt easy cos, as Im sure you know, theres a plethora of great sounding amps out there. After countless hours of soul searching, earnest discussions (not to mention the occasional friendly argument!), calls to tone-wise friends (some professional players, some not.but all blessed with great ears) plus, of course, listening and playing, a top 16 list was nally drawn up. As youre about to discover, the ones we went with are not only the cream of the crop but also offer up the widest possible array of the greatest guitar tones known to man from pristine clean to outrageous overdrive and all points in-between. First though, some stuff you should know.
ABOUT THE GAIN AND VOLUME KNOBS
ToneLab LEs amp models provide three programmable knobs that affect the volume (gain); GAIN, VR GAIN, and CH VOLUME. Each control has its own specic job, and the sound of a particular amp model can vary over an amazingly wide range just depending on the settings of these knobs. As some of you will know, most vintage amps only have one VOLUME control to set up the sound, whilst more modern amps usually have two types of level controls GAIN (or sometimes PREAMP VOLUME) that controls the input level of the preamp section, and MASTER VOLUME that controls how much signal is (and how loud it is going to be) passed from the preamp to the power amp. With many vintage amps there is no MASTER VOLUME, the preamp feeds directly into the power amp without any type of control. The ToneLab LEs controls are designed to cover all these points: ToneLab LE GAIN: On vintage type models that do not have a master volume (i.e., AC15, AC15TB, AC30, AC30TB, UK BLUES, UK 68P, BLACK 2x12, TWEED 1x12, TWEED 4x10), the GAIN control works like the VOLUME of the original amp. On models that do have a master volume, the GAIN control works like GAIN or PREAMP VOLUME.

[1] "DRIVE".. 1.0.10.0 * Adjusts the amount of distortion (boost). [2] "LEVEL".. 0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the output level. [3] "TONE".. 1.0.10.0 * Adjusts the tone.
14. METAL DIST (MTL DIST)
This distortion model is perfect for the metal head in you!
[1] "DRIVE".. 1.0.10.0 * Adjusts the amount of distortion. [2] "LEVEL".. 0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the output level. [3] "TREBLE".. 0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the high-range volume level. [4] "MIDDLE".. 0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the mid-range volume level. [5] "BASS".. 0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the low-range volume level.
8. TREBLE BOOST (TREB BST)
This pedal effect is modelled after a built-in treble booster that was designed with the VOX VBM-1 specically in mind. It is a great way of adding teeth to an overdriven sound.

15. FUZZ

Retro, rude n raw.get the picture!? The name says it all.

9. TUBE OD

This model is based on an overdrive pedal thats housed in a garish, seasick green box and is considered an all-time classic due to the wonderfully warm tones it produces.

16. OCTAFUZZ

This models a legendary fuzz unit that adds a pitch one octave above the original. To get the best results, be sure to use your front pickup.

10. SUPER OD

This models a yellow overdrive pedal manufactured in Japan, and is popular as a booster.

11. BOUTIQUE

This models an overdrive unit named after a halfhuman half-horse creature appearing in Greek fables. When the gain is lowered, you can use this as a booster that does not impair the original tonal character of your guitar. Raising the gain lets you use this as an overdrive that delivers a rich midrange. The 12 oclock position is the standard setting for tone, but feel free to adjust this aggressively.

D. MODULATION EFFECTS

This section enables you to add a modulation effect after the cabinet. You can choose one of eleven types. (*): This indicates a parameter that you can control from an expression pedal.

10. HOLD DELAY (HOLD DLY)..
If you select HOLD DLY, HOLD DLY will be automatically assigned to the CONTROL switch, enabling you to hold the delay sound.
[1] "TIME".. 1.8000 [ms] Sets the delay time. [2] "FEEDBACK".. 0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the amount of feedback. [3] "TONE".. 1.0.10.0 * Adjusts the tone of the delay. [6] "MIX".. 0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the mix amount of the delay. CONTROL switch:.. HOLD DLY: The delay sound will be held from the moment you turn the switch on.
8. 2TAP DELAY (2TAP DLY).Mono In/Stereo Out 1
This is the DL8000R with two delay taps whose DELAY TIME is skewed by 20 ms and separately assigned to L and R, turning a mono input into stereo.
[1] "TIME"..1.4000 [ms] Sets the delay time. [2] "FEEDBACK"..0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the amount of feedback. [3] "TONE"..1.0.10.0 * Adjusts the tone of the delay. [4] "DUCKING"..0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the sensitivity at which the effect will duck (decrease) in response to the volume of your guitar. [5] "TAP TIME"...0.0.10.0 Adjusts the ratio of delay time of the right relative to the left. [6] "MIX"...0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the mix amount of the delay.
11. REVERSE DELAY (REVRS DL)..
Mono In/Mono Out 1 Amp/Effect REVERB DELAY MODULATION PEDAL CABINET TYPE AMP TYPE
This is a digital delay that plays the delay sound backward. You can get some really cool results by playing long notes in a legato fashion.
[1] "TIME".. 26.8000 [ms] Sets the delay time. [2] "FEEDBACK".. 0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the amount of feedback. [3] "TONE".. 1.0.10.0 * Adjusts the tone of the delay. [6] "MIX".. 0.0.10.0 Adjusts the mix balance between the delay sound and direct sound. With a setting of 10 you will hear only the delay.
9. RHYTHM DELAY (RHYTM DL).
This provides a DL8000R function in which the TIME of two delay taps is automatically set according to the RHYTHM you specify.
[1] "TIME"..1.4000 [ms] Sets the delay time. [2] "FEEDBACK"..0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the amount of feedback. [3] "TONE"..1.0.10.0 * Adjusts the tone of the delay. [4] "DUCKING"..0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the sensitivity at which the effect will duck (decrease) in response to the volume of your guitar. [5] "RHYTHM"..1, 2,.11 Species the two-tap rhythm delay when the delay time is set to quarter-note timing. For some settings, only one tap is used. [6] "MIX"...0.0.10.0 * Adjusts the mix amount of the delay.

F. REVERB EFFECTS

Here you can make settings for the reverb effect that is placed after the cabinet. You can choose one of eleven types. (*): This indicates a parameter that you can control from an expression pedal.

8. ROOM.Mono In/Stereo Out 1
This models the reverberation of a typical room, with numerous early reections.
9. STUDIO..Mono In/Stereo Out 1
This models the reverberation of a large room.
10. HALL..Mono In/Stereo Out 1
This models the reverberation of a concert hall with numerous echoes.

Mono In / Mono Out 1

Mono In / Mono Out 2

Mono In / Mono Out 3

Stereo In / Stereo Out 1

Stereo In / Stereo Out 2

Stereo In / Stereo Out 3

Mono In / Stereo Out 1

Mono In / Stereo Out 2

BLOCK DIAGRAM

Tuner (Bypass, Mute)
For your convenience, ToneLab LE contains an automatic chromatic tuner. The frequency of the middle A reference pitch can be adjusted (calibrated) over a range of 438 Hz445 Hz.
Watch the meter, and tune your guitar.

The pitch is sharp

Name display

The pitch is correct

TUNING PROCEDURE
HINT: Pressing the EXIT/TUNE button while the name display is indicating a program name will activate the tuner.

The pitch is at

Make sure that ToneLab LE is in Program Select mode, and that the BANK UP and DOWN switch LEDs are turned off. If the BANK UP switch LED is lit green, ToneLab LE is in Effect On/Off mode. In this case, press the BANK UP switch to enter Program Select mode. Press and hold the pedal of the currently-selected program (the pedal LED is lit red) for about 0.5 seconds. All effects will be bypassed, and the Auto Chromatic Tuner will operate.
When youre nished tuning, press any program select switch again to return to Program Select mode.
If you have cancelled Tuning mode by pressing a program select switch that is different from the one you pressed to start the tuner, the program will be also changed.

CALIBRATING THE TUNER

When you switch ToneLab LE on, the built-in tuner is automatically calibrated to A=440 Hz (a.k.a. concert pitch). If desired, you can recalibrate the tuner in the range of A = 438 Hz445 Hz. While the tuner is active, the value display (3.3) shows the frequency of the reference pitch. You can use the , buttons to adjust (calibrate) this in the range of 438 Hz445 Hz.
NOTE: If youve recalibrated the tuner, remember that the setting will be automatically reset to 440 Hz the next time you turn ToneLab LE on.
If you are playing a live performance and want to tune without being heard by the audience, select Silent Tuning mode as follows before you tune your guitar. Hold down the pedal of the currentlyselected program for about 1.5 seconds to enter Silent Tuning mode. This mode enables you to tune your guitar with the output muted.

Transmit the data dump from the external device. While ToneLab LE is receiving all data, its display will indicate RECEIVE. When reception has been successfully completed, it will indicate COMPLETE. If an error occurs, the display will indicate ERROR; in this case, try transmitting the data again.
Connect the transmitting devices MIDI OUT to ToneLab LEs MIDI IN.
Restoring the Factory Preset Programs
f you suspect a malfunction, please check the following points rst. If this does not resolve the problem, please contact your dealer or Vox authorized service center.
eres how you can restore ToneLab LEs programs and all its other settings to the state in which it was shipped from the factory.
1. The amp isnt powering up when the STANDBY switch is on
Is the AC/AC power supply connected to the rear panel ~AC9V jack? Is the AC/AC power supply plugged into an AC outlet? Is the STANDBY switched on? Could the AC/AC power supply be damaged?
NOTE: Executing this procedure will erase all the programs you created and saved in ToneLab LE, and will load the factory-set programs. MIDI settings will also be initialized. If there are any settings you want to keep, you should rst use the data dump function to back them up, or use the Program sheet (the fold-out inside the back cover of this manual) to write down your settings.

2. Theres no sound.

Is your guitar turned up? Are both ends of your guitar cable plugged into the correct jacks? Is your guitar cable working? Could the rear panel OUTPUT LEVEL knob be turned down? Check the GAIN, TREBLE, MIDDLE, BASS, VR GAIN, and CH VOLUME settings. For some amp types, you might not hear any sound if the TREBLE, MIDDLE, and BASS settings are turned down just like the circuitry on the original amp! If you are using a pedal effect, check the DRIVE and LEVEL settings as well. Could an expression pedal be at the minimum position with a parameter such as DRIVE, LEVEL, VOLUME, GAIN, or VR GAIN assigned to it? Could you have activated the Mute function? Press the program select switch to defeat muting. Could the PROG LVL parameter value be too low?
While holding down the three buttons , (4.2), and EXIT/TUNE button (4.8), press the STANDBY switch to turn on the power. The bank display (3.4) P and the LED 14 buttons (5.2) will blink, and the name display (3.1) will ask RELOAD? Release the three buttons you were holding down. If at this point you decide that you really dont want to execute this operation, you can press the EXIT/TUNE button. Press the WRITE button (4.7). The name display (3.1) will show LOADING, and the factory-set data will begin being reloaded. When reloading has been completed, the name display will indicate COMPLETE, and ToneLab LE will automatically switch to Program Select Mode.

 

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