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Zoom A1 Four Multi-Effects Processor – New Zoom Multi Effects Looper Guitar Effect Pedal


The Zoom A1 Four Multi-Effects Processor is packed with effects for acoustic guitar saxophone trumpet violin and harmonica. These authentic effects use modelling technology to enhance your performances and get your audience moving. Each instruments effects are treated differently ensuring your natural playing style gets the best from the Zoom A1 Four. From a saxophone…

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The Zoom A1 Four Multi-Effects Processor is in New condition and made by Zoom , it is a great Multi Effects Looper Guitar Effect Pedal – The Zoom A1 Four Multi-Effects Processor is packed with effects for acoustic guitar saxophone trumpet violin and harmonica. These authentic effects use modelling technology to enhance your performances and get your audience moving. Each instruments effects are treated differently ensuring your natural playing style gets the best from the Zoom A1 Four. From a saxophone growl to the harmonica mic modelling youll become your own band with the A1 Four. The robust stomp design allows for loop recording up to thirty seconds allowing you to utilise up to five effects simultaneously. The A1 Four is also packed with over 60 drum beats to get take full advantage of your new sonic capabilities. With access to Zoom Guitar Lab where further presets and modifications can be made the Zoom A1 Four really has an effect for every occasion. . Available from Just Pedals for only £ 124 Acoustic guitar modelling Acoustic guitar modelling helps add depth to your performance. This not only helps bring solo performances to life but can be used to seamlessly integrate into group performances. With the A1 Four you can have your live performances sounding like a studio recording. The A1 Four achieves this with intuitive technology that varies for each instrument’s characteristics. For acoustic guitar 15 factory presets give you all the characteristics of highly sought-after guitars. Modelling everything including the body shape of the guitar you are able to apply specific EQ’s dependant on your guitar’s pickups. Warm and rich tones are available whether you’re looking for an unplugged performance sound or finger picking country and blues. More presets are available within ZOOM guitar lab. Give your sax some rock and roll growl The A1 Four allows you to play naturally and adapts the effect to your instrument ensuring all the power of your performance is captured and backed up with authentic effects. Customisable chorus effects can be used to emulate a classic jazz fusion sound. This utilises the A1 Four’s ‘SaxChrous’ a natural double track to help bring your saxophone to the forefront of live performances. EQ’s and compressions dedicated specifically to saxophones make it easy to develop your sound with the A1 Four. Trumpets violins and more The A1 Four caters for trumpet players by adjusting the effect to your playing intensity. Low-pass filters are also applied to ensure the effect remains constant across your full playing range. One particular effect the auto wah will bring life to your performance whilst remaining tuned to your trumpet. The A1 Four uses different approaches to tailor violin and upright bass effects to your instruments. Responding to your bow violin effects feature balanced saturation thanks to a unique frequency response across the entire range. By reducing the lows and raising the highs the effect remains constant throughout your performance. More body for your harmonica’s soul The presets provide you with instant access to authentic sounding effects with the A1 Four layout designed to make customising these simple. For harmonica punchy blues sounds instantly transport you to the bars of New York. Other presets include the ‘Hm StevieW’ giving you the notorious harmonica sound of the legend himself. Avid harmonica players will be aware of the green bullet microphone widely regarded as the best harmonica microphone available. The A1 Four ‘Hm Juke’ patch can give your current microphone the green bullet treatment. Become your own band ZOOM Guitar Lab is free software that allows you to customise effects using your laptop or computer. These can then be placed on your A1 Four via USB. The built-in looper allowing recording up to 30 seconds means you can create an entire backdrop to your instrument. Mix this with the 68 drum patterns and you’ve got yourself a band. Anti-feedback technology makes all of this possible whilst reducing frequencies likely to feedback. MAA-1 The included MAA-1 adapter can be used to connect a microphone to the A1 Four. By providing phantom power you are able to use either dynamic or condenser microphones. Loudness control and a peak indicator allow you to adjust gain settings prior to reaching the A1 Four. Features A1 Four offers over 80 built-in effects Dedicated effects for acoustic guitar saxophone trumpet violin and harmonica Up to 5 effects can be used simultaneously chained together in any order 50 memory locations for storing user-created patches Looper for recording up to 30 seconds / 64 beats of CD-quality audio with seamless start and end times ZOOM Guitar Lab software for creating editing and managing effects and patches 68 built-in rhythm patterns tailored for unplugged styles of music can be used in combination with the Looper Onboard chromatic tuner supports all standard guitar tunings including open and drop tunings Output jack for connection to amp or headphones A1 Four and A1X FOUR runs on 4 AA batteries with alkaline battery life of 18 hours MAA-1 Requires 2 AA batteries USB port for firmware updates power and connection to ZOOM Guitar Lab Specifications A1 Four Maximum number of simultaneous effects: 5 User patches: 50 Sampling frequency: 44.1 kHz A/D conversion: 24-bit 128× oversampling D/A conversion: 24-bit 128× oversampling Signal processing: 32-bit Display: 128×32 dot matrix LCD Input: Standard mono phone jack Rated input level: -20 dBu Input impedance (line): 470 kΩ AUX IN: Stereo mini jack Rated input level: -10 dBu Input impedance (line): 1kΩ Output: Standard stereo phone jack (combined line/headphone) Maximum output level: Line: +2 dBu (10 kΩ or more output impedance) Headphones: 17 mW + 17 mW (32Ω load) Input S/N: 120dB Noise floor (residual noise): -97 dBu Power: AC Adapter 9V DC 500mA center negative (ZOOM AD-16) 4 AA batteries (about 18 hours continuous operation time when using alkaline batteries with the LCD backlight off) Power can also be supplied through the USB port. USB: USB MIDI USB Micro-B External dimensions : Height: 156 mm (D) × 130 mm (W) × 42 mm (H) Weight: 340 g (excluding batteries) MAA-1 Input: XLR balanced input (2: hot) Input gain: +3 – +30 dB Input impedance: 10 kΩ Maximum input level: +4 dBu Output: Standard mono phone jack Nominal output level: −20 dBu Maximum output level: +7 dBu Output impedance: 1 kΩ External dimensions: 177 mm (D) × 23 mm (W) × 25 mm (H) Weight: 70 g (excluding batteries) Product code: ZFXA1FOUR


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Zoom Corporation is a Japanese company that specializes in designing and manufacturing audio equipment, primarily focusing on digital multi-effects processors, portable recorders, and digital audio interfaces. Founded in 1983, Zoom has become a globally recognized brand known for its innovative products that offer high-quality audio recording and processing capabilities at affordable prices.

One of Zoom’s most popular product lines is their digital multi-effects processors, which are widely used by musicians, producers, and audio engineers for live performance and studio recording. These processors offer a wide range of effects, including guitar and bass effects, vocal processing, and studio-quality reverbs and delays, all in a compact and user-friendly format.

Zoom also produces a range of portable recorders, such as the Zoom H series, which are popular among journalists, podcasters, and field recordists for their high-quality audio recording capabilities and rugged design. Additionally, Zoom offers digital audio interfaces for connecting instruments and microphones to computers for recording and production purposes.

With a reputation for innovation, quality, and affordability, Zoom continues to be a trusted choice for musicians, content creators, and audio professionals worldwide, providing versatile and reliable audio equipment that meets the demands of modern music production and recording.

  • Guitar Effect Pedal
  • Looper
  • A looper pedal is a versatile tool used by guitarists to record and playback musical phrases in real-time. It allows musicians to layer multiple parts, create loops, and build entire arrangements on the fly. Looper pedals come in various configurations and offer different features, but they typically include the following functionalities:

    1. **Recording**: A looper pedal enables users to record a musical phrase by pressing a dedicated footswitch. Once the recording is initiated, the pedal captures the incoming audio signal from the guitar or other instrument and loops it back continuously.

    2. **Playback**: After recording a loop, the looper pedal plays back the recorded audio continuously in a seamless loop. This allows musicians to accompany themselves or create layered arrangements by adding additional musical parts on top of the original loop.

    3. **Overdubbing**: In addition to recording and playing back loops, looper pedals often feature overdubbing functionality, which allows users to layer additional recordings on top of existing loops. Musicians can continuously add new musical parts to the loop, building up complex arrangements in real-time.

    4. **Undo/Redo**: Many looper pedals include an undo/redo function, which allows users to remove the last recorded overdub or restore it if needed. This feature provides flexibility and allows for experimentation during live performances or recording sessions.

    5. **Stop/Clear**: Looper pedals typically include a stop/clear footswitch that allows users to stop playback and clear the recorded loop from memory. This enables musicians to start fresh with a new recording or transition to a different musical section during a performance.

    6. **Loop Length Control**: Some advanced looper pedals offer the ability to control the length of the recorded loop. Users can specify the length of the loop in measures or seconds, allowing for precise control over the timing and structure of the looped arrangement.

    7. **Built-in Effects**: Some looper pedals feature built-in effects such as reverse playback, half-speed playback, or pitch shifting, which can add creative possibilities and sonic experimentation to the looping process.

    Looper pedals are widely used by guitarists and other musicians for various applications, including live performance, songwriting, practice sessions, and studio recording. They provide a convenient and intuitive way to create, layer, and manipulate musical ideas in real-time, making them an essential tool for creative expression and musical exploration.

  • Multi Effects
  • Multi-effects pedals are versatile devices that combine multiple guitar effects into a single unit. They offer guitarists a wide range of built-in effects, amp simulations, and signal processing capabilities in a compact and convenient package. Here are some key features and benefits of multi-effects pedals:

    1. **Variety of Effects**: Multi-effects pedals typically include a wide range of effects, such as distortion, modulation, delay, reverb, chorus, and more. They allow guitarists to access a diverse palette of tones and textures without needing to invest in individual pedals for each effect.

    2. **Amp Modeling**: Many multi-effects pedals feature built-in amp and cabinet simulations, allowing guitarists to emulate the sound of various amplifier models and speaker configurations. This versatility enables players to achieve different amp tones and styles with a single pedal.

    3. **Presets and Programmability**: Multi-effects pedals often include preset patches and programmable settings, allowing guitarists to save and recall their favorite sounds easily. This feature is particularly useful for live performances, where players can switch between different tones and effects with the press of a footswitch.

    4. **Flexibility and Customization**: Multi-effects pedals offer extensive control over parameters such as gain, tone, modulation rate, and delay time, allowing guitarists to tailor their sound to suit their preferences. Some pedals also support deep editing and customization via computer software or mobile apps.

    5. **Space-saving and Portability**: By combining multiple effects into a single unit, multi-effects pedals help save space on the pedalboard and simplify setup and teardown for gigs and rehearsals. They are also lightweight and portable, making them ideal for traveling musicians or players with limited space.

    6. **Cost-effective Solution**: Investing in a multi-effects pedal can be more cost-effective than purchasing individual stompboxes, especially for players who require a wide range of effects. Multi-effects pedals offer excellent value for money and can provide access to high-quality tones and effects at a fraction of the cost of buying separate pedals.

    Overall, multi-effects pedals are versatile tools that offer guitarists a convenient and cost-effective way to access a diverse range of tones and effects. Whether used for practice, recording, or live performance, multi-effects pedals provide flexibility, convenience, and creative potential for players of all levels.

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