Zoom G3 comapred to Boss DD-20 and Memory Boy

Discussion in 'Digital & Modeling Gear' started by Gaetano Capuano, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. Gaetano Capuano

    Gaetano Capuano Member

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    YEAP more comparison videos from me, today I did the boss DD-20 in its 2 favorite (my fav) modes. I also tried to cop the same tone as I was getting out of the Deluxe Memory Boy, and funny it was the "tape delay" mode on the G3 that came closest. ENjoy and let us know what ya think. :munch




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    Yeah I dig the delays on this thing.
     
  2. buddaman71

    buddaman71 Student of Life Silver Supporting Member

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    The more I play around with the G3, the more I like it. It's just a great sounding, very well made product for $199.
     
  3. Gaetano Capuano

    Gaetano Capuano Member

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    Yeah man, i say FREEKIN incredible
     
  4. Webfoot

    Webfoot Supporting Member

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    Who in the audience would notice a difference when cranked?
     
  5. Rena Rune

    Rena Rune Member

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    G3 has no Analogue Modulated delay though, which kind of kills it for me. Might get a Memory Boy after all.
     
  6. sahertian

    sahertian Member

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    +1 !!!
     
  7. whiteop

    whiteop Senior Member

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    I liked the delay tones on the DD-20 a little better :hide

    But of course the G3 does so much more.
     
  8. radicalzz

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    combining 3 delays deym!! that's pretty sweet for shure my g3 will be a keeper. .:)
     

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