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Zoom B3 for Acoustic Too?

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Malachi71, Jan 26, 2014.

  1. Malachi71

    Malachi71

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    I'm considering purchasing a B3. I primarily play bass in my church's band but sometimes I play acoustic guitar.

    Has anyone used the B3 for acoustic? Does it work well for this instrument?
  2. SoVeryTired

    SoVeryTired Endorsing nothing, recommending much Supporting Member

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    I guess it depends what you want it to do. It'll act as a DI box, and the reverb, delay and modulation effects should work (most seem to be common between the guitar and bass units). Drive or bass amp/preamp sims for an acoustic guitar? Not so much.
  3. oldcatfish

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    Actually, it does have at least one amp sim that would work well for acoustic guitar...the Avalon U5 model. There are pre-set eq curves for different instruments, including acoustic guitar.
  4. Swift713

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    Try the DI 5 Avalon model or any number of the eq's and preamps. I find the Fliptop model sounds great with my hollow body guitar.

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