Zoom Multi Stomp MS-50G

Guitar Multi Effects Pedal

  • Up to 6 effects available to be operated simultaneously
  • Solid cast casing
  • Simple operation, similar to the Zoom G3 / G5
  • 55 Presets available from the G5
  • Memory for up to 50 user configurations
  • Will last for 8 hours with 2 x AA batteries
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Further Information

Design Stompbox
Amp Modeling Yes
Drumcomputer No
Incl. Tuner No
Expression Pedal No
USB-Port Yes
Headphone Output No
MIDI Interface No
Line Out No
Battery Powered Yes
PSU included No

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Nice little gem!
Dr Mudd, 29.01.2019
Prior to this pedal I owned a Digitech RP360 XP and a Boss Katana amp. Both feature desktop software that you can use to modify their behaviour. That may sound nice but it also a drawback as one may find himself more at his computer than playing guitar. In contrast, the MS-50G has its own simple user interface with a bright screen and computer software is only used to add even more (very useful) effects.

It?s quite easy to operate once you understand its principles: each preset can hold zero to many effects. Just add, move or delete effects to your liking to a preset. Each effect can be switched on or off by the foot switch and the pedal will automatically remember the settings.

Alternatively you can use the foot switch to scroll through presets. To do so you simple assign a letter to a preset. Suppose you have created twenty presets and you want to use 11 through 13 for a certain gig. Simply assign the letter ?a? to preset 11, ?b? to 12 and ?c? to 13. Now you can use the foot switch to scroll through these presets, from ?a? to ?b? to ?c? back to ?a? etc. If you don?t want any effects at all, create an empty preset and assign letter ?d? to it. Now you have three active presets and an ?off? option.

The fun thing about this pedal that is actually invites you to discover new sounds and to experiment. You can even use it as a sampler to get a taste of well-know effects. I like it!
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A must have...
António, 21.08.2014
Multi effect units from other brands, simulate their own stomp boxes. That?s where the MG-50 differs. It simulates the most iconic pedals from several brands.
I compared some of the effects with the real ones that I have (Big Muff and ProcoRat, TS...) and it sounds really close.
This comes with the newest Firmware giving you 100 effects, including amp simulations and several cab simulators (mandatory when connected direct to mix table or computer), and some very specific and useful effects such as the stereo delay (different delay times and feedback levels for left and right channels) an intelligent pitch shifter (harmonist) a Leslie rotary speaker. The effects are very good sounding.
it allows to assign an order to the recorded patches and change it with the stomp button (for example A -> B -> C -> D -> A -> B...). Although the manual refers 3 patches, I've used more than that with no limitations.
When in bypass of using non stereo effects, it works as a signal splitter.
I don't recommend to use it to drive headphones. In my opinion, it needs a headphone driver after it (I use it with a mixing table and works great)
It operates with 2 AA alkaline batteries, 2 AA NiMh batteries or a standard 9v centre negative power supply. It rates 500mA but my measurements only reached up to 130mA so, for safety, a 200mA or higher should be used.
I recommend to use a power supply because some reports say that under battery operation, a hi freq noise is noticeable when using high gain amp simulations.
Because of its small size, it can be used as a regular padel in a pedalboard.
It feels robust but i sugest you to be carefull because of the LCD and the plastic knobs.
For additional info and effects list, go the the manufacturer website and make sure you see the V2.0 version documentation.
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