Zoom B2.1u

Zoom B2.1u, Multi Effects Bass

Item number: 100025890
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Multi Effects Bass • Bass Guitar Modelling Effects Pedal • 40 preset effects patches • 40 programmable memory patches • 9 effect modules with 47 effect types • 9 amp/preamp modelling • 4 stompbox modelling • 32-bit processing, 96kHz sampling rate • 24-bit A/D, D/A converters • Ultra wide frequency response:20Hz - 40kHz • 6-band EQ or alternative 2-band parametric EQ • 3 types of synth sound • Built-in PCM drum machine with 40 rhythm patterns • Integrated chromatic tuner • Sturdy metal chassis with rubber side-guard shells • Operates on 4 AA batteries, or AC optional power adapter(not included) • USB Interface • Built In Expression Pedal • Steinberg Cubase LE software included • For Windows XP only or Mac OS X 10.2 or higher • Remote Patch Editor available • The Zoom B2.1u bass guitar multi-effects pedal offers 96 kHz sampling rate, 32-bit processing, and a 16-bit 32kHz / 44.1kHz / 48kHz USB audio interface for direct recording to your computer. The Zoom B2.1u bass guitar multi-effects pedal provides nine effects modules with 47 effects types, 4 stomp boxes, 9 amp / preamp models, an ultra-wide frequency response of 20Hz-40kHz (which is 20kHz wider than some pro-quality recording studio preamps) and specs at home in pro studio equipment 96 kHz sampling rate, 24-bit A/D/A conversion, 32-bit internal processing, and a 120 dB signal to noise ratio. Additional features include a built-in drum PCM machine with 40 rhythm patterns, and an integrated chromatic tuner. Additionally, the Zoom B2.1U bass multi-effects pedal provides an expression pedal to get the most out of your Zoom-tones, and when you're ready to record, the Zoom B2.1U incorporates a 16-bit 32kHz/44.1kHz/48kHz USB audio interface, and includes Steinberg Cubase LE software, as well as XLR balanced output. What makes it really cool, is that you can record to DAW with zero latency, which is incredibly important for guitar players. For more information on Steinberg Cubase LE download the Manuals and Installation guides for your FREE Steinberg Cubase LE recording software. The fundamental frequencies of an electric bass guitars range from about 40 to 600 Hz, but harmonics go all the way up beyond 20kHz. Many conventional guitar multi-effects pedals make the low end sound thin and lifeless. This usually is not only because of poor low frequency response, but also because the high frequency harmonics are not handled properly. The Zoom B2.1u bass guitar multi-effects pedal makes such problems history with 24-bit resolution and 96kHz sampling rate to ensure signal processing power equal to rack-mounted studio effects processors. The dynamic wide-range bass signal retains its full impact with the Zoom B2.1u pedal, and the result is clear, powerful sound that remains a distinct presence also when playing in a band.