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so does anybody have a Zoom G1.

i do. and i ask because it comes with a small credit card piece of paper that lists the abbreviations for all the patches. well i lost it and i need to figure out the patches.

so if anybody has it and could scan it into an image and post it I'd be very appreciative.

thanks in advance.
I play bass!
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is it like a manual?
I fell asleep on my arm once, scariest thing that ever happened to me. I thought it was kill.
#3
learn how to use google

http://www.samsontech.com/products/relatedDocs/G1_G1X.pdf

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DEMO
Scream Lead
Aggressive screaming sound modeled on the Peavey 5150. Pushing the pedal down shifts the pitch upwards by up to one
octave, heightening the aggressive character even more.
PV Drive Pitch Bend
1
Mercury
A combination of Hiwatt Custom 100 simulation and Ensemble gives a spacious, beautiful sound with a clear presence. Great
for cutting and arpeggio.
HW Clean VOLUME
2
Hot Blues
Bluesy drive sound that faithfully brings out picking nuances. Pushing the pedal down gives that hot drive feeling ideal for
guitar solos.
US Blues DRIVE GAIN
3
Multi Phaser
Clean sound with a dash of Phaser. Try it and lead your band with some groovy cutting.
Phaser Phaser Rate
4
Automat
Combination of Marshall 1959 and Auto Wah results in bold auto wah sound with a distinctive touch, great for a wide range of
extravagant effects.
Auto Wah VOLUME
5
Good Vibe
Clean sound with a shimmering blend of Tremolo and Vibrato. Deep reverb creates a fantastic universe of sound.
Vibrato DELAY Mix
6
Wah Lead
Michael Schenker style half-closed wah pedal sound. By pushing the pedal down, you can get dynamic wah in the fashion of
Zakk Wylde.
Guv'nor Vox Wah
7
Duet in G
Flamboyant lead tone based on a combination of HPS (Harmonized Pitch Shifter) and Lead. Moving the pedal controls the HPS
mixing ratio.
Lead HPS Mix
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Jetter
Typical Flanger jet sound. Play the low-end strings, and make a jet plane take off from your amp. Experience the king of hard
rock sounds.
Flanger VOLUME
9
Aco.Sim
Turn your guitar into an acoustic instrument at the touch of a key. Even if heavy rock is your thing, why not try that gorgeous
acoustic tone once in a while.
Aco.Sim VOLUME
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MODEL
Hot Box
This sound is modeled on the Matchless foot type preamp. The supple tone with rich harmonics will make you want to go on
playing for ever.
Hot Box VOLUME
1
AC30TBX
This sound is modeled on the VOX AC30TBX. Class A drive ensures excellent response and yields a clean tone. That realistic
feeling of chords pouring out of the speakers is hard to get with any other amp.
VX Clean VOLUME
2
5150
Many guitarists love the Peavey 5150 for its distinct and detailed distortion even at high gain. Power chords, speedy riffs,
technical solos all will benefit from this high-gain sound.
PV Drive VOLUME
3
TwinReverb
Typical surf rock sound of the Fender TwinReverb ('65 model), with Tremolo and Reverb creating that pulsating tone. Ride the
surf on a cascade of phrases.
FD Clean VOLUME
4
ExtremeDS
This original ZOOM creation features ultra-powerful distortion, for aggressive metal sound that will set your spirit on fire.
ExtremeDS VOLUME
5
RAT
Simulation of the PROCO RAT famous for its edgy distortion sound. First made popular by Jeff Beck in the late seventies, this
effect is behind a lot of rock sounds out there. Powerful distortion that stays well defined.
RAT VOLUME
6
Fuzz Face
This patch is modeled on the Fuzz Face that made rock history with its wild yet smooth sound. A favorite of many great
guitarists.
Fuzz Face VOLUME
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OD-1
Simulation of the Boss OD-1 that produces natural, rich overdrive. Enjoy its great sound without having to pay a premium price
for a vintage unit on the second-hand market.
Overdrive VOLUME
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DIEZEL
Simulation of the Diezel Herbert amp that is creating a new standard for loud music. Make your sound hit as hard as never
before.
DZ Drive VOLUME
9
MARKIII
This patch is modeled on the Mesa Boogie Mark III, an amp noted for its powerful midrange suitable for many genres.
Particularly good for playing fusion phrases on a hollow-body guitar.
BG Crunch VOLUME
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ARTIST
Page Crunch
The simple Marshall drive sound used by Jimmy Page of early Led Zeppelin. Use a Telecaster or Les Paul and recreate "Good
Times Bad Times".
MS #1959 VOLUME
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Beck Oct
Jeff Beck's favorite drive tone with a one-octave lower component. Try it out and hear yourself irresistibly drawn towards
playing "Led Boots".
Mono Pitch VOLUME
2
Cream Drive
This patch is modeled on "Crossroads" by the Cream which features one of the greatest rock solos ever. Ideal crunch tone for
playing blues rock with a single-coil pickup or a humbucker.
Hot Box VOLUME
3
Breathe
From Pink Floyd's 1973 smash album Dark Side of The Moon, we have selected the song "Breathe". The fat Clean + Ensemble
sound faithfully reproduces what David Gilmour did at the time.
Ensemble VOLUME
4
Van Ampen
Signature tone of Eddie Van Halen, the revolutionary of the guitar world. Use it to play phrases full of technical ideas.
PV Drive VOLUME
5
Adrian
Unique lead sound as created by Adrian Belew in his song "Big Electric Cat". The addition of high octaves to the original sound
is the expression of a distinctive sonic outlook. This mysterious sound matches any guitar.
Slow Attack VOLUME
6
Kirk Lead
High gain sound as employed by Metallica's Kirk Hammett in the ending solo of their hit song "One". Shake your hair, get wild
and emotional, and let fly with your own performance.
ExtremeDS VOLUME
7
Santana
Passionate crunch sound played by Carlos Santana. Choking up with soul is what it's all about.
BG Crunch VOLUME
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Kurt Clean
Nirvana's much missed genius, Kurt Cobain loved this clean sound with its interweaving modulation, as can be heard for
example on "Come As You Are".
Chorus VOLUME
9
ZZ Drive
The hot crunch sound of Billy F. Gibbons from the hard Boogie band ZZ Top. Sling your guitar low and try the patch for
intense backing or slide play.
BG Crunch VOLUME
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Rage Riff
This patch simulates the heavy drive sound of Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello. Operate the pedal to get that
tricky "octave-up sound".
BG Drive Pitch Bend
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Angus Lead
Straight rock sound as played by Angus Young of AC/DC. Combination of Marshall 1959 simulation and Delay produces a
rugged tone that still blends well with an ensemble.
MS #1959 VOLUME
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El Rayo Clean
David Lindley, guitarist of the band El Rayo-X uses this clean chorus sound. Great for reggae rhythms or arpeggios. Lindley
prefers lipstick type pickups, but this patch will also work fine with single-coils or humbuckers.
FD Clean VOLUME
3
Anthem
Vintage rock ballad sound a la Pearl Jam. Whether chord stroke with a stack amp or playing lead with front-mounted pickups,
this tone will give a great match.
MS #1959 VOLUME
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Who Bleed
Clean sound with superb rock feel in the vein of Pete Townshend of the Who. It's bound to get you excited, but better not smash
up your guitar and amps.
HW Clean VOLUME
5
Steve
Lukather
TOTO's super guitarist Steve Lukather is famous for this lead drive sound which is effective yet smooth.
Pitch Shift VOLUME
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Joe Walsh
The Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh introduced this crunch sound characterized by prominent phaser in "Hotel California". Go for it
and recreate a seminal moment in rock.
Phaser VOLUME
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SFX
MilkyWay
Ping Pong Delay and Phaser produce a sparkling clean sound. Freely control the delay mix with the pedal. Try it with tension
chords and arpeggios.
Phaser DELAY Mix
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Shimmer
This patch simulates the sound of a dulcimer which is regarded as one of the ancestors of the piano. The pedal lets you adjust
the pitch shift mixing ratio.
Pitch Shift Pitch Shift
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TremoStep
Combination of Tremolo and Step creates a dramatic pulsating sound that makes even simple guitar phrases stand out from the
crowd. Freely tailor the Step Rate with the pedal, for enhanced effectiveness.
Step Step Rate
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