#1
so, i got a zoom GX-1 for xmas, and when i set up my pedals like:
guitar -> Zoom -> EQ -> amp
and when i have the zoom on bypass, it will automatically work as a tuner
but when it tuner-fies, i get a nasty hum just flat of my low E string
any advice on how to get the hum outta there?
yeah, i've got gear too...
squier strat
squier tele
Ibanez rg4ex
Boss DS-1
Morely Bad Horsie Wah
Digitech Hot Head
Boss GE-7
Zoom G1X
Mesa Boogie 5:50 Express
Vox AD50vt
#2
Do you have noise reduction you can use, built into the pedal, my zoom g2 has that but I'm not sure about your model?
#4
Hello!
Would anybody help me with my Zoom G2. I have just bought it, but now it does not work already properly. I have dot in right-lower corner blinking, and pedal does not affect on anything when i am pressing different buttons or smth.. It is just blinking, and i cannot turn the device into last stable mode. Maybe someone had such a problem? Please, help!!!!!
#5
Quote by Alec81
Hello!
Would anybody help me with my Zoom G2. I have just bought it, but now it does not work already properly. I have dot in right-lower corner blinking, and pedal does not affect on anything when i am pressing different buttons or smth.. It is just blinking, and i cannot turn the device into last stable mode. Maybe someone had such a problem? Please, help!!!!!


Well, it seems i found a problem, these fu..ing chinese adapters produce wrong volts, anyway, now i am playing with 12 V, but input requires 9 V! Where is the trick, i definitely cannot say!
#6
It's because when the bypass mode is in action, it drops all the effects, including the Noise Reducer function. It shouldn't be much of a problem when you're playing, I mean it's only when you're tuning one string?