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AX100G Quick Guide
This AX100G quick guide will help you learn all about this great new pedal in a
short period of time, plus the facts on why it's so cool for live, stage, direct
recording, practicing, teaching and just plain music therapy fun.
Key Features and Performance Specifics
Korg's REMS (Resonant structure and Electric circuit Modeling System)
modeling technology, provides complex and exacting detail in modeled
amps, and effects. Korg's leadership in signal processing technology
gives the guitarist the tone and feel that they've been searching for.
Within each program, using the footswitch's ("FX SEL") effects select
mode, the user can footswitch between 2 different drive sounds (a.k.a.
channel switching), plus turn the Mod/Amb effects on/off.
80 programs, 40 user/ 40 factory, 63 modeling effect variations, and up
to 7 effects and rhythm sounds can be used simultaneously.
Well backlit LCD display, for easy visibility and editing even in dark
locations.
Auto chromatic tuner, with effects bypass and tuner mute modes,
(Great for silent on stage tuning).
Expression pedal, controls 23 different effects in real time and has a
new 7-point LED indicator that gives a visual display of expression pedal
values.
Tap tempo, lets you instantly tap in delay time.
Virtual feed backer, infinite sustain at any volume or tone, also
generates controlled feedback and vibrato.
Intelligent pitch shifting, lets you create harmony guitar lines, choose
the scale and key, the AX100 will adjust the intervals. (Cool Pro
Feature).
10 different drive modes, which including an acoustic simulator,
Marshalls, Voxs and some really cool classic stomp box models, similar to
the tremendously successful Korg AX1000G, wah-wah, envelope filter,
ring modulator, 16 modulation, 7 ambient effects including up to 2
seconds of delay, 6 accurate cabinet emulations. (But wait there's
more).
Phrase trainer mode, lets you record your guitar or external auxiliary
audio source (CD) up to 8 seconds then slow it down to as slow as 25%
without changing pitch. (Auxiliary audio In jack provided) Also the
recorded phrase will Loop, this is very helpful when learning difficult
chord changes or solos.
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    AX100G Quick Guide This AX100G quick guide will help you learn all about this great new pedal in a short period of time, plus the facts on why it’s so cool for live, stage, direct recording, practicing, teaching and just plain music therapy fun.

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    Sample & Play, lets you use the expression pedal to control your own loops and samples in real-time with up to 6 seconds of phrase sampling. Slow Attack, automatic volume swells, controlled by how hard you pick the strings. 50 high quality PCM sample rhythm patterns. (Makes practicing a lot more fun) 10’s hold, lets you lock into a bank so you can scroll through you favorite 4 programs without accidentally recalling an unwanted program.

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    2. The LCD display now reads “FX SEL” in this mode the program down button will toggle your drive channels between “GREEN” and “RED”, the program up switch will turn ON/ OFF, Modulation, Ambient or both Modulation and Ambient effects. 3.

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    3. If the toe button is in the off position when you call up the next program, you will need to turn the toe switch back on for effect. 4. To edit the effect of the Expression Pedal, please push the Pedal button located on the editing control panel (to the left of the pedal).

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    Back off more to control the effect mix level. DEMONSTRATION Turn on the rhythm patterns and jam along. Examples; 16shuffl2 @104 tempo, play Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition” Motown @122 tempo, Diana Ross’ “Stop in the Name of Love”. Choose from Blues, Rock, Thrash, Reggae, Country, etc. There is a cool assortment of artist programs as well.

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