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jemgirl wrote:i`ve just ordered the g-system.
it sounds awsome.
Welcome to the club! You are going to love it. When it arrives, save yourself some grief and make sure it's software is up to date with version 1.05. Chances are, it will come from the factory with it installed already.
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NOT!!! wrote:haven´t you all see the free promo DVD? I got one from my music store.
Well, I think it´s not that big deal and my G-Major seems to be able to do the same, except of the pedal board.
Also, they didn´t say if it has the intelligent pitch shifter. I would definately prefer the G-Force!
True, there is no intelligent pitch shifter. Rumor has it that it's coming in a software upgrade.
Outside of the foot controller itself which is quite something to behold, the G-System has 2 advantages over the G-Force or G-Major:
1 - Effects before the preamp. Sure, the other two have compression and wah, however since the g-force and g-major are run through an amp's effects loop, the wah and compression end up in the wrong place. The G-System has an effects stage before it hits the preamp of the guitar amp.
2 - Analogue Effects Loops - This a biggie. There are 4 analogue effects loops that you can program to be on and off on your patches. This can save you a lot of tap dancing.