I sold my Ground Control Pro in favor of the Z I always found myself hitting the wrong button by accident, whereas the Z buttons are more spread apart. The Ground Control will not work this way and will need to be powered via an external DC adapter, which can sometimes be limiting in a stage environment. You can run the Z into your amp first, and then the thru in to the G-Major also. You can assign any possible amp settings on the Invader to whichever button you want on the Z Then you can also program the G-Major patches you save to also be recalled by the same button on the Z
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The first programmable guitar amp was simply a sensation, something that had never existed before. Edmund Engl had the brilliant idea in the early s. He saw things with the pragmatic necessity of musical practice and thought that such a programmable amplifier would be ideal to have a wide variety of sounds available via footswitch. With his know-how, he was able to realize every idea, any ENGL amp is a child of his mind.
The Straight model in was also a great success. Technically speaking it was a step back to a conventional two-channel amp — again, however with non common features at that time, such as Lead Boost, Mid Shift and Bright switching. Especially with the guys of the harder pace this amp found many friends. The whole range of innovative power can be very nicely understood on the Savage. At the time of its release in , his concept was absolutely groundbreaking for lavishly equipped rockamps.
Four channels, various switchable sound options per channel, two master volumes and two presences - all available via footswitch! Only two years later the string magician Ritchie Blackmore knocked on our door. The one, who created the millennium guitar riff with "Smoke on the water", wanted his own amp based on the Savage. The sound control for the mids - which Steve Morse attaches great importance to - is probably unique. There are four! If you study the model history carefully, you will notice that ENGL were playing a pioneering role with many features.
Integrated Noisegate, tube protection circuits and serial amp control interface, this all was introduced with the launch of the Powerball and are now part of the ENGL standard. High-quality components and the best workmanship lead to a perfect result and a sound that has received the best reviews in the trade press and is appreciated by prominent players all over the world. By the way, our endorsers also play off-the-shelf amps, as they are also available in specialist shops, this means without any modification.
The list of our endorsers elicits an appreciative tongue click from the interested rock music connoisseur.
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Engl Z9 Midileiste
Engl Z9 Midileiste