Owner`s Manual
GSP1101
Guitar Preamp/
Processor
Owner’s Manual
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING FOR YOUR PROTECTION
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING:
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
HEED ALL WARNINGS
FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
The symbols shown above are internationally accepted symbols that warn of potential hazards with electrical products. The
lightning flash with arrowpoint in an equilateral triangle means
that there are dangerous voltages present within the unit. The
exclamation point in an equilateral triangle indicates that it is
necessary for the user to refer to the owner’s manual.
These symbols warn that there are no user serviceable parts
inside the unit. Do not open the unit. Do not attempt to service
the unit yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.
Opening the chassis for any reason will void the manufacturer’s
warranty. Do not get the unit wet. If liquid is spilled on the
unit, shut it off immediately and take it to a dealer for service.
Disconnect the unit during storms to prevent damage.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS IF YOUR UNIT IS EQUIPPED WITH A POWER CORD.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE SHALL BE CONNECTED TO A MAINS SOCKET
OUTLET WITH A PROTECTIVE EARTHING CONNECTION.
The cores in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
GREEN and YELLOW - Earth
BLUE - Neutral
BROWN - Live
As colours of the cores in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug,
proceed as follows:
• The core which is coloured green and yellow must be connected to the
terminal in the plug marked with the letter E, or with the earth symbol,
or coloured green, or green and yellow.
• The core which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal marked
N or coloured black.
• The core which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal
marked L or coloured red.
This equipment may require the use of a different line cord, attachment
plug, or both, depending on the available power source at installation. If
the attachment plug needs to be changed, refer servicing to qualified service
personnel who should refer to the table below. The green/yellow wire shall
be connected directly to the units chassis.
CONDUCTOR
L
N
LIVE
NEUTRAL
E
EARTH GND
WIRE COLOR
Normal
Alt
BROWN
BLACK
BLUE
WHITE
GREEN/
GREEN
YEL
WARNING: If the ground is defeated, certain fault conditions in the unit or
in the system to which it is connected can result in full line voltage between
chassis and earth ground. Severe injury or death can then result if the chassis and earth ground are touched simultaneously.
THE APPARATUS SHALL NOT BE EXPOSED TO DRIPPING OR SPLASHING
LIQUID AND NO OBJECT FILLED WITH LIQUID, SUCH AS VASES, SHALL
BE PLACED ON THE APPARATUS
CLEAN ONLY WITH A DRY CLOTH.
DO NOT BLOCK ANY OF THE VENTILATION OPENINGS. INSTALL IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS.
DO NOT INSTALL NEAR ANY HEAT SOURCES SUCH AS RADIATORS, HEAT
REGISTERS, STOVES, OR OTHER APPARATUS (INCLUDING AMPLIFIERS)
THAT PRODUCE HEAT.
ONLY USE ATTACHMENTS/ACCESSORIES SPECIFIED BY THE
MANUFACTURER.
UNPLUG THIS APPARATUS DURING LIGHTNING STORMS OR WHEN
UNUSED FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding
type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or
third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit your
outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Use only with the cart stand, tripod bracket, or table specified by the manufacture, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.­
Refer all servicing to to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required
when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply
cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into
the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
POWER ON/OFF SWITCH: For products provided with a power switch, the
power switch DOES NOT break the connection from the mains.
MAINS DISCONNECT: The plug shall remain readily operable. For rack-mount
or installation where plug is not accessible, an all-pole mains switch with a
contact separation of at least 3 mm in each pole shall be incorporated into
the electrical installation of the rack or building.
FOR UNITS EQUIPPED WITH EXTERNALLY ACCESSIBLE FUSE RECEPTACLE:
Replace fuse with same type and rating only.
MULTIPLE-INPUT VOLTAGE: This equipment may require the use of a different line cord, attachment plug, or both, depending on the available power
source at installation. Connect this equipment only to the power source
indicated on the equipment rear panel. To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, refer servicing to qualified service personnel or equivalent.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATIBILITY
This unit conforms to the Product Specifications noted
on the Declaration of Conformity. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
DECLARATION OF
CONFORMITY
Manufacturer’s Name: DigiTech
Manufacturer’s Address: 8760 S. Sandy Pkwy.
Sandy, UT 84070, USA
Declares that the product:
• this device may not cause harmful
interference, and
• this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Product name:
GSP 1101
Product option:
None
Operation of this unit within significant
electromagnetic fields should be avoided.
Safety: IEC 60065 (7th ed. 2001)
EMC: EN 55013 (2001 + A1)
EN 55020 (1998)
• use only shielded interconnecting cables.
Note: Product name may be suffixed by the letters-EU.
Conforms to the following Product Specifications:
Supplementary Information:
U.K. MAINS PLUG WARNING
A molded mains plug that has been cut off from
the cord is unsafe. Discard the mains plug at a
suitable disposal facility.
NEVER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
SHOULD YOU INSERT A DAMAGED
OR CUT MAINS PLUG INTO A 13 AMP
POWER SOCKET.
Do not use the mains plug without the fuse
cover in place. Replacement fuse covers can be
obtained from your local retailer. Replacement
fuses are 13 amps and MUST be ASTA approved
to BS1362.
The product herewith complies with the requirements
of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC as amended by Directive
93/68/EEC.
Vice-President of Engineering-MI
8760 S. Sandy Parkway
Sandy, Utah 84070, USA
Date: April 9, 2007
European Contact: Your local Digitech
Sales and Service Office or
Harman Music Group
8760 S. Sandy Pkwy.
Sandy, UT
84070 USA
Ph: (801) 566-8800
Fax: (801) 566-7005
Warranty
We at DigiTech are very proud of our products and back-up each one we sell with the
following warranty:
1. The warranty registration card must be mailed within ten days after purchase date to
validate this warranty.
2. DigiTech warrants this product, when used solely within the U.S., to be free from
defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service.
3. DigiTech liability under this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing defective
materials that show evidence of defect, provided the product is returned to DigiTech
WITH RETURN AUTHORIZATION, where all parts and labor will be covered up to
a period of one year. A Return Authorization number may be obtained from DigiTech
by telephone. The company shall not be liable for any consequential damage as a
result of the product’s use in any circuit or assembly.
4. Proof-of-purchase is considered to be the burden of the consumer.
5. DigiTech reserves the right to make changes in design, or make additions to, or
improvements upon this product without incurring any obligation to install the same
on products previously manufactured.
6. The consumer forfeits the benefits of this warranty if the product’s main assembly
is opened and tampered with by anyone other than a certified DigiTech technician
or, if the product is used with AC voltages outside of the range suggested by the
manufacturer.
7. The foregoing is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, and DigiTech
neither assumes nor authorizes any person to assume any obligation or liability in
connection with the sale of this product. In no event shall DigiTech or its dealers be
liable for special or consequential damages or from any delay in the performance of
this warranty due to causes beyond their control.
Note: The information contained in this manual is subject to change at any time without
notification. Some information contained in this manual may also be inaccurate due to
undocumented changes in the product or operating system since this version of the manual
was completed. The information contained in this version of the owner’s manual supersedes
all previous versions.
Disclaimer: AutoYa, DigiTech, DOD, Death Metal, Johnson Amplification, Grunge, Lexicon, Multi Chorus, Whammy,
and YaYa are trademarks of Harman International Industries, Inc. Other product names modeled in this product are
trademarks of their respective companies that do not endorse and are not associated or affiliated with DigiTech or
Harman International Industries, Inc. They are trademarks of other manufacturers and were used merely to identify
products whose sounds were reviewed in the creation of this product.
Contents
Introduction................................... 1
Quick Start..................................... 1
Make Connections - Basic Setup....... 1
Select a Preset....................................... 1
Edit and Store a Preset........................ 2
The Quick Edit Screen......................... 3
Front Panel..................................... 4
Rear Panel...................................... 6
Using the GSP1101....................... 8
GSP1101 Basics...................................... 8
Setup Wizard.......................................... 9
The Preset Screen................................. 13
Selecting a Preset.................................. 14
Editing a Preset Tone and Effect Libraries.............. 14
Editing a Preset Individual Parameters.................... 16
Editing Expression Links...................... 17
More About Editing Presets................ 18
Seamless Time........................................ 19
LFO Settings........................................... 19
Preset Level............................................ 19
Main Menu Screen......................... 20
Edit Effects / Preset........................... 20
I/O Setup.............................................. 20
Global EQ............................................ 20
MIDI Menu........................................... 20
Preset Load.......................................... 20
Version.................................................. 21
Factory Reset...................................... 21
Contrast............................................... 21
The Edit Effects/Preset screen........... 22
WAH..................................................... 23
COMPRESSOR .................................. 23
DISTORTION..................................... 24
PREAMP / CAB.................................. 25
PARAMETRIC EQ.............................. 28
FX LOOP / PREAMP LOOP........... 29
GATE..................................................... 29
CHORUS/FX....................................... 30
DELAY.................................................. 38
REVERB................................................ 39
EXPRESSION LINKS......................... 40
SEAMLESS TIME................................. 41
LFO SETTINGS.................................. 42
PRESET LEVEL.................................... 42
Global Functions............................ 43
Guitar Tuner........................................... 43
Global Menus......................................... 43
I/O Setup................................................. 43
1/4” Line Output Setup.................... 43
XLR Output ....................................... 44
Type of Loop....................................... 45
Global Cabinet.................................... 46
USB Setup............................................ 46
Global EQ............................................... 47
Contrast.................................................. 48
Version..................................................... 48
MIDI Menu.............................................. 48
Preset Map........................................... 49
CC/Controller Map........................... 49
Merge In > Thru ................................ 50
Send MIDI Prgms............................... 50
MIDI Tempo ........................................ 50
Preset Load............................................. 50
Factory Reset................................. 51
Specifications................................. 52
MIDI Implementation Table......... 54
Block Diagram............................... 55
Preset List...................................... 56
Introduction
Introduction
Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the GSP1101, the rackmount preamp/
processor that works with your existing tone without taking it over.
Please take a moment to make sure you have everything that’s included with your GSP1101
purchase:
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GSP1101 Guitar Preamp/Processor
Power cord
Warranty card
USB Driver / X-Edit Editor/Librarian CD
The GSP1101 is extremely easy to use, but we recommend reading this brief manual to
familiarize yourself with the GSP1101’s many features. If you just can’t wait to get started,
refer to the very short Quick Start section below. It’ll get you up and running using a basic
setup in practically no time at all.
Quick Start
Make Connections - Basic Setup
1. Make sure your amplifier is turned off and the volume is turned down.
2. Connect the power cord to the GSP1101’s power input (located on the back panel).
3. Connect the Left (Mono) Line Output (located on the back panel) to the guitar
input of your amplifier.
4. Connect your guitar to the Input jack on the front panel.
5. Turn on the GSP1101.
6. Turn on your amplifier.
7. Gradually increase the volume until you reach a comfortable listening level.
Select a Preset
Turn the Edit/Select knob to scroll through different presets. By default, they load
automatically.
Preset Name
Cab Model
Amp Model
Effects (highlighted are active)
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Quick Start
Edit and Store a Preset
The GSP1101 comes with 99 Factory presets and 99 User presets. Initially, the User presets
are exact copies of the Factory presets. You can only store changes to a User preset.
Factory presets can’t be changed.
To
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2.
3.
Edit a Preset
Press the Edit/Select knob twice. The Preset Edit screen appears.
Turn the Edit/Select knob to highlight an effect.
When the desired effect is highlighted, press the Edit/Select knob to open its Edit
menu.
4. Turn the Edit/Select knob to highlight a parameter. If a triangular arrow appears to
the right of a parameter, it means a sub-menu exists inside that parameter. If there is no
arrow, but there is a value (like “Off” next to the “Global Cabinet” option), that means
you can change the value by pressing the Edit/Select knob.
Arrows
5. Press the Edit/Select knob to edit the selected parameter.
6. Press and hold the Back button to return to the Preset screen.
7. Store your changes with the Store procedure (described below). If you don’t store your
changes, they will be lost when you select another preset or turn off the GSP1101.
To Store/Copy a Preset
You can cancel this process at any time by pressing the Back button.
1. Press the Store button. The first character of the preset’s name flashes.
2. If you want to rename the preset:
Turn the Edit/Select knob to change the selected character.
Turn the Gain knob to select a different character in the name.
Turn the Bass knob to move the entire name in the display. Note that characters that
are “pushed” off the screen are deleted.
Turn the Midrange knob to switch the selected character between uppercase and
lowercase.
3. Press the Store button again. The display reads “Location to Store” and the numeric
display flashes.
4. Turn the Edit/Select knob to select a new location.
5. Press the Store button again. The preset is now saved.
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Quick Start
The Quick Edit Screen
This screen is a shortcut where you can see what effects are active, turn effects on or off,
or quickly access effects, expression links, LFO settings, Seamless Time settings, and the
preset level for editing.
To use the Quick Edit screen
1. From the Preset screen, press and hold the Edit/Select knob. The Quick Edit screen
appears.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob to move the cursor through the effects and setup menus.
3. Press the Edit/Select knob to turn the selected effect on or off (on the third row)
OR
Press and hold the Edit/Select knob to edit the selected effect (on the third row)
OR
Press the Edit/Select knob to edit the expression links, LFO settings, Seamless Time
settings, or preset level (on the bottom row).
4. Press the Back button to go to the Main Menu screen.
OR
Press and hold the Back button to return to the Preset screen
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Front Panel
Front Panel
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1. Input
This is the 1/4” instrument input. Connect an electric guitar or bass here.
2. Headphones
A stereo 1/4” output for connecting headphones.
3. Output Level
Controls the output level of Headphone, Line Outputs, and Mixer Outputs (optional).
See page 44 for enabling variable output level control of Mixer (XLR) Outputs.
4. Graphic Display
The main display for viewing presets, effects, and navigating through all of the GSP1101
menu systems.
5. Numeric Display
Shows the currently selected preset number.
6. Factory / User / USB LEDs
These LEDs indicate whether a Factory or User preset is selected, and if the USB
connection is active.
7. Edit/Select
Turn this knob to scroll through presets or parameters, and to adjust parameter values.
Press this knob to edit a preset, select a parameter, or accept a parameter value.
8. Back
Press this button to step back and out of a menu, or to cancel a storing procedure. The
Back button DOES NOT cancel changes you’ve made to a preset or menu, but does
cancel and exit the Store procedure. From any menu, holding the back button down for
about two seconds will take you back to the Preset screen.
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Front Panel
9. Tone Library
This button lets you select from several ready-made tone configurations comprised of
Wah, Distortion, Compressor, Amp/Cabinet, and EQ. See page 14 for more information.
10. Effects Library
This button opens a palette of post-amp model effects and effects combinations
(Chorus/FX, Delay, Reverb) that can be quickly accessed and auditioned. See page 14 for
more information.
11. Effects Level
Press this button and use the Edit/Select knob to adjust the overall level of Chorus/FX,
Delay, and Reverb effects.
12. Preamp On LED
Indicates when the internal amp model is turned on and actively being heard. This LED
will turn off when the internal amp modeling is turned off or when an external preamp
is actively being used in the Preamp Loop.
13. Preamp Controls
These five knobs are the amp model Gain, Bass, Midrange, Treble, and Level controls.
Whenever an amp model is selected and active these controls make adjustments to the
amp model’s tone.
14. Store
Initiates the procedure for storing and/or copying a preset.
15. Bypass
Bypasses all effects and sends your guitar signal through the GSP1101 with no
processing.
16. Tuner / Setup Wizard
Press once to activate/deactivate the guitar tuner feature (see page 43 for more
information). Hold to activate the Setup Wizard (see page 9 for more information),
which guides you through a series of options to set up the GSP1101 for your particular
use.
17. Power
Turns the GSP1101 on or off.
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Rear Panel
Rear Panel
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1. Power Jack
Attach the included power cord here.
2. USB
The USB jack connects the GSP1101 to a computer and serves two purposes. First, it
lets the GSP1101 communicate with the X-Edit Editor/Librarian software. Second, it is
used to stream four channels of audio (2 up/2 back) to and from the computer when
using the GSP1101 with recording software. USB drivers must be installed prior to
using the USB port. These can be found on the included CD.
3. Footswitch
This 1/4” jack connects the optional FS3X 3-button footswitch. Functions include
preset up, preset down, and bypass.
4. Expression
Connect any passive volume pedal here to control nearly any of the GSP1101 effects
in real time. See page 40 for more information about assigning parameters to the
Expression Pedal.
5. Configuration Port
This RJ45 jack is reserved for future use. Do not connect to an Ethernet port.
The connected device will be damaged.
6. MIDI In
Connects to MIDI devices, letting them control the GSP1101. The GSP1101 responds
to MIDI program changes and CC messages. See page 48 for more information about
MIDI.
7. MIDI Thru
Passes on MIDI signals from the MIDI In jack to MIDI devices downstream. Can also
be used for allowing the GSP1101 to transmit MIDI program changes to another device
(See page 48 for more information about MIDI.)
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Rear Panel
8. Mixer Outputs (XLR)
The XLR outputs are designed to connect to a recording device or mixing console.
These outputs always have speaker compensation active because they are intended to
be connected to a full a range audio system. These outputs can have a fixed output
level (+4dBu or –10dBV) or their level can be variably controlled using the front panel
Output Level control. See page 44 for information about setting these options.
9. Ground Lift Switch
If you hear humming or buzzing in the mixer outputs, pressing this button may stop it.
This switch lifts pin 1 of the XLR Mixer Outputs from all ground references. This may
help break troublesome ground loops that cause hum in the system, especially when
both XLR and 1/4” outputs are used together.
10. Line Outputs
These 1/4” outputs can be plugged into a guitar amplifier or into a mixer or recording
device. The front panel Output Level knob controls their level. See page 9 for
information about the several output options available for the Line Outputs.
11. Loop Left (Mono) Return / Right Return
Use these inputs (along with the Send output) to create an effects or preamp loop.
The GSP1101 Loop provides a mono send/stereo return signal path for use with
external effects devices or preamps. When used as an effects loop, it behaves as an
on/off serial loop path for an external effects device. When used as a preamp loop, the
GSP1101 can switch in an external guitar preamp or use the internal amp modeling
preamp. See page 45 for information on configuring the Loop.
12. Effects Loop Level (-10dBV / +4dBu)
Optimizes gain structure of effects loop return for use with different external devices.
When set correctly, this switch improves the noise and distortion performance of the
loop return.
When pushed in, sets the gain for use with line level (+4 dBu nominal) devices. The
Return gain is reduced. When this switch is in the out position, it sets the gain for -10
dBV (nominal) external devices (commonly battery powered or guitar amplifier units)
and the Return gain is increased. Loop send is always –10dBV nominal.
13. Loop Send
This output sends signal to your effects or to the input of a preamp (see #11 above).
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Using the GSP1101
Using the GSP1101
GSP1101 Basics
The GSP1101 lets you choose from 99 presets, each one a different combination of effects,
amp and cab models, EQ and other settings. You can edit, rename, and save presets as
well. Note that there are 99 Factory presets and 99 User presets. When shipped from the
factory, the Factory and User presets are identical. You can only store changes to the User
presets. See page 13 for more information about using presets.
Using DigiTech’s exclusive Tone and Effect Libraries, you can also select ready-made
combinations of distortion/amp tones using combinations of post-amp effects (Chorus,
Modulation, Pitch, Delay, and Reverb). Press either the Tone Library or Effects Library
button to gain access to simple-to-use building blocks that will help you create your sound.
See page 14 for more information about the Tone and Effects Libraries.
The Preamp knobs on the front panel give you easy access to Gain, Bass, Midrange, Treble,
and Amp Level settings.
The GSP1101 supports up to eight expression links per preset that can control parameters
in real-time. With expression links, you can assign parameters to be controlled by MIDI
CCs, internal LFOs, or an expression pedal. See page 40 for more information.
Since there are many possible ways to connect the GSP1101 to different amps and audio
systems, the best place to start is by using the Setup Wizard. The Setup Wizard asks you a
few simple questions about how your rig is connected. Through the following screens you
will be given several options that will help optimize the GSP1101 with your rig.
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Using the GSP1101
Setup Wizard
The Setup Wizard helps you properly connect and configure the GSP1101 for the most
common applications, including:
1. Guitar Amp Input – For the amp that doesn’t have an effects loop. The GSP1101
connects directly to the amplifier’s input.
Connect your guitar to
the Input on the
GSP1101 front panel.
Connect the GSP1101
Line Output to the
amp’s Input.
2. Guitar Amp Loop Return – This setup is for when you want to use the GSP1101 as
your main tone and effects source and your amp has an effects loop. The GSP1101 1/4”
Line Output connects directly to the amplifier’s effects return bypassing the amp’s tone
controls.
Connect your guitar
to the Input on the
GSP1101 front panel.
Connect the GSP1101
Line Output to the amp’s
Loop Return.
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Using the GSP1101
3. Recording/Mixer – Here the GSP1101 is used in a direct recording setup or run
through a full range PA system, with no guitar amps.
Connect your guitar to
the Input on the
GSP1101 front panel.
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+5
Connect the GSP1101
Mixer Outputs or
Line Outputs to the mixer
channel inputs. Pan
channels hard left and
right for proper
stereo imaging.
4. Power Amp/Speaker Cab – For using the GSP1101 as your primary tone and effects
source. The guitar plugs into the GSP1101 input and the line output(s) connect to the
input of a power amp and speaker setup.
Connect your guitar to
the Input on the
GSP1101 front panel.
Power Amp with
Speaker Cabs
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Connect the GSP1101
Line Outputs to the
Power Amp inputs.
Using the GSP1101
5. Guitar Amp Effects Loop – Utilizes the GSP1101’s post-amplifier modeling effects
such as chorus, delay, and reverb. The amplifier effects send is connected directly to the
GSP1101 Loop Return, bypassing all pre-amplifier stompbox effects, amp modeling, noise
gate and EQ.
Connect the amp’s
Loop Send to the
GSP1101’s Loop Return.
Connect the GSP1101
Line Output to the amp’s
Loop Return.
Connect your guitar
to the amp’s input.
6. Guitar Preamp/Power Amp – Using the GSP1101 to integrate with an external
guitar preamp and power amp configuration.
Connect your guitar to
the Input on the
GSP1101 front panel.
Connect the GSP1101
Line Out to the Power
Amp inputs.
Power Amp with
Speaker Cabs
Connect the
External Preamp
Line Out to
the GSP1101
Preamp
Loop Return.
Connect the
GSP1101
Loop Send to
the External
Preamp Input.
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7. Amp Input/Preamp Loop – Integrates the GSP1101 into a guitar amplifier system
that has an effects loop. Use this setup when you want to use the tone of your
amplifier (rather than the GSP amp modeling) or switch between internal amp models
and your amp’s preamp with the pre-amplifier stompbox and post-amplifier effects the
GSP1101 offers.
Connect your guitar
to the Input on the
GSP1101 front panel.
Connect the GSP1101
Loop Send to the
amp’s Input.
Connect the
GSP1101 Line
Out to the
amp’s Loop
Return.
Connect the
amp’s Loop
Send to the
GSP1101
Loop Return.
To use the Setup Wizard
1. Press and hold the Tuner button until the Setup Wizard screen appears in the display
2. The first screen prompts you to select from the seven most common setups we have
just reviewed. Use the Edit/Select knob to navigate through these setups and select
the one which matches how you’ll connect the GSP1101.
3. The next series of screens guide you through the different options available for your
selected type of setup. Respond to each question and make your selections using the
Edit/Select knob.
4. Once all options have been configured, the message Review Your Selections appears.
Scroll through these options to ensure they have been answered correctly. Once
confirmed, press the Edit/Select knob to complete the configuration process. You’ll
exit the Wizard and return to the Preset screen.
The GSP1101 is now optimized for use with your setup.
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The Preset Screen
Preset Name
Cab Model
Amp Model
Effects (highlighted are active)
When you first turn on the GSP1101, the Graphic display briefly shows the title screen,
then the Preset screen appears. Here you can see the preset’s name, what amp and cabinet
model are being used, and what effects are active.
The first line in the Preset screen shows the preset’s name in big letters.
The second line of the Preset screen shows the selected amp model on the left, and the
selected cabinet model on the right. They are always highlighted with a white background,
even if they are turned off in the preset.
The third line of the Preset screen lists abbreviations of the effects. Effects are highlighted
with a white background if they are turned on. Effects that are not highlighted are turned
off (they have a blue background). The abbreviations for each effect are as follows:
WAHWah
CMPCompressor
DS Distortion
AMP Amp / Preamp / Cabinet
NG
Noise Gate
LP Loop (IA for internal amp and EA for external amp when the loop is configured as a preamp loop)
EQ 3-band EQ
FX Modulation / Pitch Effects
DLY
Delay
RVB
Reverb
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Selecting a Preset
Turn the Edit/Select knob to choose a preset. By default, presets load automatically. The
selected preset name appears in the Graphic display and the preset number appears in the
numeric display.
Presets can be set to be loaded manually (see Preset Load on page 51), so that when you
turn the Edit/Select knob the new preset name will appear in the Graphic display and the
associated preset number will flash in the Numeric display. Press the Edit/Select knob to
load the program
Editing a Preset - Tone and Effect Libraries
The GSP1101 is designed to make preset editing and creation easy and intuitive. When
creating your own sound, you must first start with an existing preset. Note that the preset
you begin with doesn’t have to be in the memory location you intend to have it reside,
since you can store it to any User preset location during the store procedure.
The easiest way to start is by using the Tone Library and Effects Library menus. The Tone
Library button will let you select from a variety of pre-programmed amp/distortion tones
based on different musical styles. The Effects Library button will let you select from a
palette of effects chains, from simple delays to full multi-effect signals with modulation, delay
and reverb. Use the Effects Level button to increase or decrease the overall Chorus/FX,
Delay and Reverb levels if desired. Using these three controls should get you close to a
sound you are after. From there you can then use the Edit/Select knob to navigate through
the individual effects for some fine tune edits.
To Select a new Tone Library Setting
1. Use the Edit/Select knob to select the preset you wish to edit.
2. If you find a preset close to what you want, you can begin editing the effect parameters
by pressing the Edit/Select knob twice and selecting the Effect you want to edit.
3. If you are trying to find something different from the existing presets, begin by using the
Tone Library, Effects Library and Effects Level buttons to get close to a sound you want.
4. Press the Edit/Select knob twice to begin selecting the individual Effects to edit their
parameters.
When you modify a parameter after selecting a Tone or Effects Library, when you return to
the Tone or Effects Library screen you will see “Custom/<xx>” where <xx> is the name of
the Tone or Effects LIbrary and Custom means it has been modified.
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The Tone Library contains the following selections:
OVERDRIVE
DISTORTION
HOT RAT
SUSTAINER
FUZZOH
OVEREASY
DIRTY TUBES
ROCK 1
ROCK 2
BLUES 1
BLUES 2
METAL 1
METAL 2
COUNTRY 1
COUNTRY 2
WARM DRIVE
CRUNCH
TEXAS TONE
ROCKABILLY
SOLO 1
SOLO 2
ROCK WAH
CHUNKY
SMOOTH
HEAVY
CLEAN 1
CLEAN 2
BRITISH 1
BRITISH 2
AMERICAN 1
AMERICAN 2
TUBE DRIVE
SCOOPED
PUNCHY
BRIGHT CLEAN
BIG PUNCH
SUPER GAIN
GRINDER
BAD BOY
LEGACY LEAD
The Effects Library contains the following selections:
CUSTOM/CHORUS
PHASER
FLANGER
PITCH
TREMOLO
ROTARY
ENVELOPE FILTER
DIGITAL DELAY
ANALOG DELAY
PONG DELAY
MODULATED DELAY
TAPE DELAY
HALL REVERB
PLATE REVERB
SPRING REVERB
CHORUS-DELAY
CHORUS-DLEAY-REVERB
FLANGER-DELAY
PHASER-DELAY
PHASER-MOD DELAY
PHASER-REVERB
DIGITAL DELAY-REVERB
DELAY-SPRING REVERB
CHORUS-REVERB
PONG DELAY-HALL REVERB
TAPE DELAY-SPRING REVERB
TREMOLO-TAPE DELAY
PITCH-DELAY
MOD DELAY-PLATE REVERB
ROTARY-DELAY
ENVELOPE-REVERB
VIBRO-DELAY
ROTARY-DELAY-SPRING
SLOW SWEEP
VIBROPAN
VIBE-DELAY
OCTAVE ROOM
A MAJOR
TRIPLET DELAY
SPACIOUS
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Editing a Preset - Individual Parameters
Once you have created a sound using the Tone and Effects Libraries, you can further refine
the sound by editing the individual parameters within a preset to customize it. After you
edit a preset, you must save it or the changes will be lost when you turn off the GSP1101.
The GSP1101 comes with 99 Factory presets and 99 User presets. Initially, the User
presets are exact copies of the Factory presets. You can only store changes to a User
preset. Factory presets can not be changed. For more information about specific parameters,
see page 22.
To
1.
2.
3.
Edit a Preset
Press the Edit/Select knob twice. The Preset Edit screen appears.
Turn the Edit/Select knob to highlight an effect.
When the desired effect is highlighted, press the Edit/Select knob to open its Edit
menu.
4. Turn the Edit/Select knob to highlight a parameter. If a triangular arrow appears to
the right of a parameter, it means a sub-menu exists inside that parameter. If there is no
arrow, but there is a value (like “Off” next to the “Global Cabinet” option), that means
you can change the value by pressing the Edit/Select knob.
Arrows
5. Press the Edit/Select knob to edit the selected parameter.
6. Press and hold the Back button to return to the Preset screen.
7. Store your changes with the Store procedure (described below). If you don’t store your
changes, they will be lost when you select another preset or turn off the GSP1101.
To Store and Rename a Preset
You can cancel this process at any time by pressing the Back button.
1. Press the Store button. The first character of the preset’s name flashes.
2. If you want to rename the preset:
Turn the Edit/Select knob to change the selected character.
Turn the Gain knob to select a different character in the name. Note that characters
that are “pushed” off the screen are deleted.
Turn the Bass knob to move the entire name in the display.
Turn the Midrange knob to switch the selected character between uppercase and
lowercase.
3. Press the Store button again. The graphic display reads “Location to Store” and the
numeric display flashes.
4. Turn the Edit/Select knob to select a new User Preset location.
5. Press the Store button again. The preset is now saved.
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Editing Expression Links
The GSP1101 lets you control parameters with an optional expression pedal or with MIDI
CC messages via a MIDI foot controller or computer MIDI sequencer. It’s a two step
process: first you assign a MIDI CC number to a “Controller” within the GSP1101, then you
assign that Controller to the parameter you want to control. This way, if you change MIDI
foot pedals (which often have different MIDI CC assignments), you only have to update the
Controllers. You don’t have to change MIDI CC assignments in every preset that has one.
For more information about preset expression links, see page 40.
For more information about setting up Global Controllers, see page 49.
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More About Editing Presets
Editing a preset is simple. Just press the Edit/Select knob to open the Main Menu screen,
turn the Edit/Select knob to scroll through the available parameters and options, and press
the Edit/Select knob to select a parameter or change an option.
Arrows
If a triangular arrow appears to the right of a parameter, it means a sub-menu exists inside
that parameter. If there is no arrow, but there is a value (like “Off” next to the “Global
Cabinet” option), that means you can change the value by pressing the Edit/Select knob.
Plus Sign
If a plus sign appears to the left of an effect, it means it’s active (turned on) in the selected
preset.
Small x
If a small x appears to the left of an effect parameter or option, it means it’s been changed
from its default value.
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Press the Back button (next to the Edit/Select knob) to back out of sub-menus, and
eventually return to the preset’s main screen (thus ending the editing session). The Back
button DOES NOT cancel changes you’ve made to a preset or menu, but does cancel the
Store procedure.
Note that you must save any changes you make while editing (using the Store button), or
your changes will be lost when the GSP1101 is turned off or a new preset is selected.
Seamless Time
Presets in the GSP1101 that use delays and reverbs can have their repeats and reverb tails
heard to completion even after changing to a new preset. This is referred to as a “Seamless”
preset change. For more information, see page 41.
LFO Settings
The GSP1101 has 2 programmable LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators) per preset that can
be assigned to automatically control parameters. The LFO will automatically control the
parameter between the minimum and maximum range as defined by the Expression Link
using the LFO waveform shape and speed set in this menu. For more information, see page
19.
Preset Level
Each of the presets in the GSP1101 can have a specified programmed level.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
change the level of a preset
Press the Edit/Select knob twice to enter the preset edit screen.
Turn the Edit/Select knob until the Preset Level menu is selected and press the knob.
Use the Edit/Select knob to change the preset level.
Store these changes to the preset using the Store procedure if these changes are to be
recalled later.
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Main Menu Screen
The following describes each of the GSP1101 main menus and their functions.
Edit Effects / Preset
Select this to open a sub-menu populated with all the effects, amp models and cab models
the GSP1101 has to offer, plus options for assigning Expression Links, setting the Seamless
Time, adjusting LFO Settings, and the Preset Level. Select any item in this sub-menu to
open its own sub-menu, where you can adjust individual settings and parameters. Note that
parameter edit menus include the words “Hold <Select> to add link.” That means you can
assign the current parameter to an Expression Link by pressing and holding the Edit/Select
knob. For more information about assigning links, see page 40.
The effects and amp and cabinet models are described in detail starting on page 23. The
other features (Expression Links, Seamless Time, LFO Settings, and Preset Level) are
described on pages 40 - 42.
I/O Setup
Here you can adjust various aspects of the GSP1101 XLR, 1/4”, and USB outputs. You
can also select the type of loop you want to use, and select a global cabinet if desired. For
detailed descriptions of this menu’s options, see page 43.
Global EQ
This seven-band graphic EQ affects all presets. It’s best used for customizing your tone to
fit the acoustics of a particular room. When creating and adjusting presets in the studio, we
recommend leaving the Global EQ flat. See page 47 for more information about the Global
EQ.
MIDI Menu
This menu contains all the GSP1101’s MIDI-related control, including selecting a MIDI
channel, mapping presets and MIDI CC messages, MIDI merge and MIDI tempo. See page 48
for more information about these MIDI controls.
Preset Load
When set to “Auto,” presets load automatically, as soon as their number appears in the
graphic display. When set to “Manual,” you must select a preset by turning the Edit/Select
knob, and then load the preset manually by pressing the knob.
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Main Menu Screen
Version
This non-selectable option shows the version number of the current firmware. This is
helpful when you need to update the firmware.
Factory Reset
To restore the GSP1101 to its factory default state, select Factory Reset from the Main
Menu screen and follow the instructions.
Contrast
Adjusts the intensity of the graphic display. If lighting conditions make the display hard to
read, try adjusting the contrast to make it easier to see.
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The Edit Effects/Preset screen
The Edit Effects screen contains the following selections:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Wah
Compressor
Distortion
Preamp / Cab
Gate
Parametric EQ
FX Loop
Chorus/FX
Delay
Reverb
Expression Links
Seamless Time
LFO Settings
Preset Level
Each of these selections are described in detail on the following pages.
Disclaimer: AutoYa, DigiTech, DOD, Death Metal, Johnson Amplification, Grunge, Lexicon, Multi Chorus, Whammy,
and YaYa are trademarks of Harman International Industries, Inc. Other product names modeled in this product are
trademarks of their respective companies that do not endorse and are not associated or affiliated with DigiTech or
Harman International Industries, Inc. They are trademarks of other manufacturers and were used merely to identify
products whose sounds were reviewed in the creation of this product.
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WAH
Wah is an effect controlled by an Expression Pedal making the guitar sound as if it’s saying
“Wah.” Parameters include:
Wah On/Off
Turns the Wah model on or off.
Model
Selects a Wah model. Models include:
FULL RANGEDigiTech® Full Range Wah sweeps a wide spectrum of audible
frequencies.
CRY WAH Based on a Dunlop® Cry Baby Wah.
CLYDE WAH
Based on a Vox® Clyde McCoyTM Wah.
The individual Wah models have the following parameters:
Wah Level
Adjusts the Wah Level. Ranges from 0dB to +12dB.
Wah Pedal
Manually controls the wah sweep.
COMPRESSOR
A Compressor is used to increase sustain, tighten up guitars, and prevent the signal from
clipping the input of other effects. It sets a maximum boundary for the strength of a signal.
Parameters include:
Compressor On/Off
Turns the Compressor model on or off.
Model
Chooses a Compressor model. Models include:
COMPRESSORDigiTech® Compressor
CS COMPRESSOR Based on a Boss® CS-2 Compressor/Sustainer
DYNA COMP Based on an MXR® Dynacomp.
The individual Compressor models have the following parameters:
Compressor Model
Parameters
COMPRESSOR
Sustain
Tone
Attack
CS COMPRESSOR
Sustain
Attack
Level
Sensitivity
Output
DYNA COMP
Level
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DISTORTION
The GSP1101 models the tones of 17 popular distortion stompboxes, each of which can be
tweaked and modified, just like the real thing. Parameters include:
Distortion On/Off
Turns the Distortion model on or off.
Model
Chooses a Distortion model. Models include:
SCREAMER
Based on an Ibanez® TS-9
808
Based on an Ibanez TS-808 Tube Screamer
SPARKDRIVE
Based on a Voodoo® Lab Sparkle Drive®
OD OVERDRIVE
Based on a Guyatone® Overdrive OD-2
DOD 250 Based on a DOD® 250 Overdrive/Preamp
RODENT Based on a Pro Co RATTM
MX DISTORTION Based on an MXR® Distortion +
DS DISTORTION Based on a Boss® DS-1TM Distortion
GRUNGE
DigiTech® Grunge®
ZONE
Based on a Boss MT-2 Metal Zone®
DEATH METAL
DigiTech Death MetalTM
GONKULATOR Based on a DOD® Gonkulator Ring Modulator
8TAVIA
Based on a Roger Mayer OctaviaTM
FUZZLATOR Based on a Demeter Fuzzulator
CLASSIC FUZZ Based on a DOD Classic Fuzz
FUZZY FACE
Based on an Arbiter® Fuzz FaceTM
BIG PI
Based on an Electro-Harmonix® Big Muff Pi®
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The individual Distortion models have the following parameters:
Distortion Model
SCREAMER
Parameters
Drive
Tone
Level
Overdrive
Tone
Level
SPARKDRIVE
Gain
Tone
Clean
OD OVERDRIVE
Drive
Level
DOD 250
Gain
Level
RODENT
Distortion
Filter
MX DISTORTION
Distortion
Output
808
DS DISTORTION
Volume
Level
Gain
Tone
Level
Grunge
Butt
Face
Loud
ZONE
Gain
Low
Mid
Mid Freq
DEATH METAL
Low
Mid
High
Level
GONKULATOR
Gunk
Smear
Suck
Heave
8TAVIA
Drive
Volume
FUZZLATOR
Fuzz
Tone
Loose/Tight
Volume
CLASSIC FUZZ
Fuzz
Tone
Volume
Fuzz
Volume
Sustain
Tone
GRUNGE
FUZZY FACE
BIG PI
High
Level
Volume
PREAMP / CAB
Amp Modeling is a technology which applies the tone of several popular modern and vintage amps. Amp
Modeling also includes an acoustic guitar simulation. Parameters include:
Amp On/Off
Select this option from the Edit Effects/Preset menu to choose an Amp model. Note that when you
select an Amp model, the default Cabinet model is automatically selected.
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Amp Model
Select this option from the Edit Effects/Preset menu to choose an Amp model. Note that when you
select an Amp model, the default Cabinet model is automatically selected. You can, however, change
the Cabinet model after selecting an Amp model. Models include:
57 CHAMP
Based on a ‘57 Fender® Tweed Champ®
57 DELUXE
Based on a ‘57 Fender Tweed Deluxe
59 BASSMAN
Based on a ‘59 Fender Tweed Bassman®
62 BROWN BASSMAN
Based on a ‘62 Fender Brownface Bassman
65 TWIN REVERB
Based on a ‘65 Fender Blackface Twin Reverb®
65 DELUXE REVERB
Based on a ‘65 Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb®
65 JTM-45 Based on a ‘65 Marshall® JTM-45
68 SUPER LEAD PLEXI
Based on a ‘68 Marshall 100 Watt Super Lead (plexi)
68 JUMP PANEL Based on a ‘68 Marshall Jump Panel
77 MASTER VOLUME
Based on a ‘77 Marshall Master Volume
83 JCM800
Based on an ‘83 Marshall JCM800
93 JCM900
Based on a ‘93 Marshall JCM900
01 JCM2000
Based on an ‘01 Marchall JCM2000 (Solo Channel)
62 AC15 Based on a ‘62 Vox® AC15
63 AC30 TOP BOOST
Based on a ‘63 Vox AC30 Top Boost
69 HIGH WATTAGE
Based on a ‘69 Hiwatt® Custom 100 DR103
81 MARK IIC
Based on an ‘81 Mesa Boogie® Mark II C
01 DUAL RECTIFIED
Based on an ‘01 Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
99 LEGACY VL-100
Based on a Carvin® Legacy VL-100
96 MATCH HC-30
Based on a ‘96 MatchlessTM HC30
88 SLO-100
Based on an ‘88 Soldano SLO-100
DIGITECH SOLO DigiTech® Solo
DIGITECH METAL
DigiTech Metal
DIGITECH BRIGHT CLEAN
DigiTech Bright Clean
DIGITECH CHUNK
DigiTech Chunk
DIGITECH CLEAN TUBE
DigiTech 2101 Clean Tube
DIGITECH CRUNCH
DigiTech Crunch
DIGITECH BLUES
DigiTech Blues
DIGITECH FUZZ
DigiTech Fuzz
DIGITECH SPANK
DigiTech Spank
DIGITECH HIGH GAIN
DigiTech High Gain
2101 CLEAN TUBE
DigiTech GSP2101TM Artist Clean Tube
2101 SATURATED TUBE
DigiTech GSP2101 Artist Saturated Tube
DREAD ACOUSTIC
Dreadnaught acoustic
JUMBO ACOUSTIC
Jumbo acoustic
DIRECT
No amp model
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Cab Model
Selects a Cabinet model. Models include:
CHAMP 1X8
DELUXE 1X12 DELUXE REVERB 1X12
BRITISH 1X12
BLONDE 2X12
TWIN 2X12
BRITISH 2X12
BASSMAN 4X10
BRITISH 4X12
GREENBACK 4X12
FANE 4X12
BOUTIQUE 4X12
VINTAGE 4X12
DIGITECH SOLO 4X12
DIGITECH BRIGHT 2X12
DIGITECH METAL 4X12
DIGITECH ROCK 4X12
DIGITECH ALT 4X12
DIGITECH VINTAGE 4X12
DIGITECH CHUNK 4X12
DIGITECH SPANK 4X12
DIGITECH SPEAKER COMP
DIRECT
Based on a 1x8 ‘57 Fender® Tweed Champ®
Based on a 1x12 ‘57 Fender Tweed Deluxe®
Based on a 1x12 ‘65 Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb
Based on a 1x12 ‘62 Vox® AC15 w/20W Vox Speaker
Based on a 2x12 ‘57 Fender Blonde Bassman®
Based on a 2x12 ‘65 Fender Blackface Twin Reverb®
Based on a 2x12 ‘63 Vox® AC30 Top Boost w/ Jensen® Blue Backs
Based on a 4x10 ‘59 Fender Tweed Bassman®
Based on a 4x12 Marshall® 1969 Straight w/ Celestion® G12-T70
Based on a 4x12 Marshall 1969 Slant w/ Celestion 25W Green backs
Based on a 4x12 Hiwatt® Custom w/ Fane Speakers
Based on a 4x12 ‘96 VHT® Slant w/ Celestion Vintage 30’s
Based on a 4x12 Johnson® Straight w/ Celestion Vintage 30’s
4x12 DigiTech® Solo
2x12 DigiTech Bright
4x12 DigiTech Metal
4x12 DigiTech Rock
4x12 DigiTech Alt Rock
4x12 DigiTech Vintage
4x12 DigiTech Chunk
4x12 DigiTech Spank
4x12 DigiTech Speaker Compensation
No cabinet model
Amp Gain
Adjusts the Gain (distortion) for the selected Amp model (not available for Acoustic or Direct).
Ranges from 0 to 99.
Bass
Adjusts the low frequencies for the selected Amp model (not available for Direct). Ranges from 1.0 to
10.
Midrange
Adjusts the middle frequencies for the selected Amp model (not available for Direct). The Level
parameter ranges from 1.0 to 10.
Treble
Adjusts the high frequencies of the selected Amp model (not available for Direct). The Level parameter ranges from 1.0 to 10.
Amp Level
Adjusts the Level (volume) of the selected Amp model. Ranges from 0 to 99.
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PARAMETRIC EQ
The GSP1101’s EQ helps further shape your tone with Low, Mid, and High controls.
Parameters include:
EQ
Turns the EQ on or off.
Low Level
Adjusts the low end level (bass) selected with the Low Freq parameter (described
below).
Low Freq
Selects the frequency that the Low parameter adjusts. Ranges from 60 Hz to 500 Hz.
Low Width
Adjusts how much of the band spectrum above and below the Low Freq parameter is
affected by the Low parameter.
Mid Level
Adjusts the mid-range level selected with the Mid Freq parameter (described below).
Mid Freq
Selects the frequency that the Mid parameter adjusts. Ranges from 300 Hz to 4.00 kHz.
Mid Width
Adjusts how much of the band spectrum above and below the Mid Freq parameter is
affected by the Mid parameter.
High Level
Adjusts the high-range level (treble) selected with the High Freq parameter (described
below).
High Freq
Selects the frequency that the High parameter adjusts. Ranges from 2.00 kHz to 8.0
kHz.
High Width
Adjusts how much of the band spectrum above and below the High Freq parameter is
affected by the High parameter.
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FX LOOP / PREAMP LOOP
The GSP1101 features a configurable Loop that can be utilized as either an Effects Loop or
as a Preamp Loop. As an Effects Loop, the GSP1101 offers a way to connect an external
effects device that can be turned on and off within the signal chain. When configured as a
Preamp Loop, you can switch between using an external preamp or the internal GSP1101
amp/preamp modeling. See page 45 for more information about using the loop.
GATE
A Noise Gate is designed to eliminate noise while you are not playing, or provide an auto
volume swell effect. Parameters include:
Gate
Turns the Gate model on or off.
Model
Selects between the DigiTech® noise gate or the volume swell effect. Parameters
include:
GATE Selects the Noise Gate
SWELL Selects the Auto Swell effect.
Threshold (Noise Gate only)
Sets the signal strength (Threshold) required to open or close the Noise Gate. Ranges
from 0 (opens easily) to 99 (requires strong signals to open).
Attack
Sets the attack time. Ranges from 0 (shorter attack time) to 99 (longer attack time).
Release
Sets the Release parameter. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Attenuation
Sets the Attenuation (amount of noise reduction) parameter. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Sensitivity (Auto Swell only)
Sets the Swell Sensitivity parameter of the Auto Swell. Ranges from 0 to 99.
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CHORUS/FX
The Chorus/FX menu in the GSP1101 offers a long list of modulated effects, including
Choruses, Flangers, Phasers, Vibrato, Rotary Speaker, Tremolo, Panner, Envelope Filter
(auto wah), AutoYa™, YaYa™, SynthTalk™, Step Filter, DOD FX25, Detune, Whammy™,
Pitch Shift, Detune, Harmony Pitch, and Octaver effects. Only one of the effects in this
menu can be used at a time. Parameters include:
FX On/Off
Turns the selected Chorus/FX effect on or off.
Model
Selects a Chorus/FX effect (described in detail below).
Position
Places the Chorus/FX effect before the Distortion effect (Pre Amp) or after the Noise
Gate effect (Post Amp).
After selecting the type of effect in this module, its parameters appear in the in the Chorus/
FX menu, below the Position parameter. The following list describes each Chorus/FX effect
and their parameters in more detail:
CHORUS
A Chorus adds a short delay to your signal. The delayed signal is modulated in and out of
tune and then mixed back with the original signal to create a thicker sound. The GSP1101
includes the following Chorus models:
CE CHORUS
TC CHORUS
CHORUS
MULTI CHORUS Based on the classic Boss® CE-2 Chorus
Based on the TC Electronic Chorus
DigiTech®’s Dual Chorus
DigiTech’s famous Multi Chorus®
The individual Chorus models have the following parameters:
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CE CHORUS
Speed
Depth
TC CHORUS
Speed
Width
Intensity
CHORUS
Speed
Depth
Waveform
Level
MULTI CHORUS
Speed
Depth
Waveform
Level
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FLANGER
A Flanger uses the same principle as a Chorus but uses a shorter delay time and adds
regeneration (or repeats) to the modulating delay. This results in an exaggerated up and
down sweeping motion to the effect. The GSP1101 includes the following Flanger Effect
models:
The DigiTech® Flanger
The DigiTech Triggered Flanger
Based on an MXR® Flanger
Based on an Electro-Harmonix® Electric Mistress
FLANGER
TRIGGERED FLANGER MXR FLANGER
EH FLANGER
The individual Flanger models have the following parameters:
Flanger Model
Parameters
FLANGER
Speed
Depth
Regen
Level
TRIGGERED FLANGER
Speed
Sensitivity
LFO Start
Level
MXR FLANGER
Speed
Width
Regeneration
Manual
EH FLANGER
Rate
Range
Color
PHASER
A phaser splits the incoming signal, and then changes the phasing of the signal. This signal
is then taken in and out of phase and mixed back in with the original signal. As the phasing
changes, different frequencies get canceled resulting in a warm sort of twisting sound. The
GSP1101 includes the following Phaser models:
PHASER TRIGGERED PHASER MXR PHASER EH PHASER The DigiTech Phaser
The DigiTech Triggered Phaser
Based on an MXR Phase 100
Based on an Electro-Harmonix Small Stone
The individual Flanger models have the following parameters:
Phaser Model
Parameters
PHASER
Speed
Depth
Regen
Level
TRIGGERED PHASER
Speed
Sensitivity
LFO Start
Level
MXR PHASER
Speed
Intensity
EH PHASER
Rate
Color
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VIBRATO
The DigiTech Vibrato effect modulates the pitch of the incoming signal at an even rate.
Parameters include:
Speed
Adjusts the rate (Speed) at which the pitch modulates. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Depth
Adjusts the intensity (Depth) of the modulating pitch. Ranges from 0 to 99.
ROTARY SPEAKER
The Rotary Speaker emulates a device that included a spinning horn and woofer. The
rotation of these two speakers produced an interesting combination of the sound panning
from side to side. This produced a slight pitch change due to the speed of the sound
coming towards, and then going away from the listener. Parameters include:
Speed
Adjusts the rate (Speed) of the spinning speakers. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Intensity
Controls the intensity of the effect. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Doppler
Controls the Pitch Shift effect that is the ratio between the horn and the rotor positions. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Crossover
Selects the crossover frequency between the horn and rotor. Ranges from 0 (200 Hz)
to 99 (1600 Hz).
VIBROPAN
A vibrato is an effect that modulates the pitch of the incoming signal. This takes the whole
signal slightly in and out of tune at a steady pace. The DigiTech® VibroPan also incorporates an automatic panner with the vibrato effect that creates a lush chorus-like sound.
Parameters include:
Speed
Adjusts how fast the signal is being modulated.
Depth
Adjusts the amount of pitch change.
Vibrato/Pan
Adjusts the amount of panning incorporated with the vibrato effect. When set at 0, this
effect is a standard vibrato. As the parameter is turned up, the phase difference of the
vibrato signal sent to the two channels is changed until a full stereo image is obtained at
99.
Waveform
Selects a waveform: Triangle, Sine, or Square.
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UNOVIBE
Based on the Unicord® Uni-VibeTM pedal, Unovibe adds a lush chorus or rotary speaker
(vibrato) effect to your tone.
Speed
Adjusts the rate (Speed) of the chorus modulation or spinning speaker (vibrato) effect.
Ranges from 0 to 99.
Intensity
Controls the intensity of the effect. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Chorus/Vibrato
Selects either the chorus or vibrato effect.
Volume
Adjusts the volume of the effect.
TREMOLO/PANNER
A Tremolo effect modulates the volume of the signal at an even rate. The GSP1101 includes
the following Tremolo models:
TREMOLO The DigiTech® Tremolo
PANNER The DigiTech Panner
OPTO TREMOLO Based on the Fender® Opto Tremolo
BIAS TREMOLO Based on the Vox® Bias Tremolo
Speed
Adjusts the rate (Speed) at which the volume modulates. Ranges from 0 to 99
Depth
Adjusts the intensity (Depth) of the modulating volume. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Waveform (DigiTech Tremolo and Panner only)
Selects a waveform: Triangle, Sine, or Square.
ENVELOPE FILTER
The DigiTech Envelope Filter is a dynamic Wah effect that alters your sound based upon
how hard you play. Parameters include:
Sensitivity
Adjusts the sensitivity or the input signal required to trigger the Wah effect. Ranges
from 0 to 99.
Range
Controls the range of the Envelope effect. Ranges from 0 to 99.
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AUTOYA™
An AutoYaTM combines the characteristics of a Wah and a Flanger together creating an
almost human vowel characteristic as if the guitar were saying “Yah.” The AutoYa automatically provides this animation to the sound at an even rate. Parameters include:
Speed
Adjusts the speed of the AutoYa sweep. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Intensity
Adjusts the intensity of the AutoYa effect. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Range
Adjusts the throaty quality of the AutoYa effect. Ranges from 0 to 49.
YAYA™
The YaYaTM is another effect exclusive to DigiTech products. Like the AutoYa, it combines
the characteristics of a wah and a flanger together providing a unique talk box type of effect,
but is controlled by the Expression Pedal. Parameters include:
Pedal
Adjusts the YaYa pedal position. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Intensity
Adjusts the intensity of the YaYa effect. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Range
Adjusts the throaty quality of the YaYa effect. Ranges from 0 to 49.
SYNTHTALKTM
SynthTalkTM is another effect exclusive to DigiTech®. It makes your guitar appear to speak
based upon the dynamics of your playing style. Parameters include:
Attack
Adjusts the attack of the synthesized voice. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Release
Adjusts the release of the synthesized voice. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Vox
Changes the characteristics of the various synth voices. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Sensitivity
Adjusts the sensitivity of the input signal required to trigger the SynthTalk effect. Ranges
from 0 to 99.
Balance
Adjusts the left-to-right balance of the wet signal. Ranges from Left 99 to Right 99.
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STEP FILTER
The DigiTech® Step Filter is like an automatic “random wah” with a square waveform.
Parameters include:
Speed
Adjusts the speed of the Wah effect. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Intensity
Controls the intensity of the Wah effect. Ranges from 0 to 99.
DOD® FX25
This envelope filter is based on the DOD FX25. Parameters include:
Blend
Adjusts the balance between effect signal and dry signal.
Sensitivity
Adjusts the sensitivity or the input signal required to trigger the Wah effect. Ranges
from 0 to 99.
Range
Controls the range of the envelope effect. Ranges from 0 to 99.
DIGITECH WHAMMY®
The DigiTech Whammy® is an effect that uses an Expression Pedal to bend the pitch of the
incoming signal, or add a bendable harmony with the original signal. As the Pedal is moved,
the note bends either up or down. When DigiTech Whammy is selected, it is automatically
placed before the Amp modeling. Parameters include:
Shift Amount
Selects the interval and direction of the pitch bend. Choices are:
WhammyTM (no Dry Signal)
Harmony Bends (Dry Signal Added)
1 OCTAVE UP 2 OCTAVES UP 2ND DOWN REVERSE 2ND DOWN (1 octave above)
4TH DOWN 1 OCTAVE DOWN 2 OCTAVES DOWN DIVE BOMB (2 octaves above)
MIN 3RD>MAJ 3RD
2ND>MAJ 3RD (whole step down)
(a whole step down
reversed pedal action)
3RD>4TH (a third above to a fourth above)
4TH>5TH (a fourth above to a fifth above)
5TH>OCTAVE (a fifth above to an octave above)
HARMONY OCTAVE UP
(one octave above)
HARMONY OCTAVE DOWN (one octave down)
OCTAVE UP/DOWN (octave up/down)
(a fourth below)
(an octave below)
(2 octaves below)
(Dive Bomb)
(a minor third to a Major third)
(a second above to a Major third above)
Pedal Position
Provides a manual control of the Whammy pedal position. Ranges from 0 to 99.
Mix
Adjusts the Whammy mix. Ranges from 0 to 99.
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PITCH SHIFT
A Pitch Shifter copies the incoming signal, then shifts the pitch of the copy to a different
note. The shifted note is then mixed back with the original signal, sounding as if two guitars
were playing different notes. Parameters include:
Shift Amount
Selects the interval of the shifted pitch. Ranges from -24 (2 octaves below) to 24 (2
octaves above).
Mix
Controls the mix level of the shifted pitch. Ranges from 0 to 99.
DETUNE
A Detuner makes a copy of your incoming signal, takes the copied signal slightly out of tune
from the original, then mixes the two signals together. The result is a doubling type of effect
as if two guitars were playing the same part together. Parameters include:
Shift Amount
Adjusts the amount of detune shift. Ranges from -24 to 24 cents.
Level
Controls the mix of the detuned note. Ranges from 0 to 99.
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HARMONY PITCH
Harmony Pitch makes a copy of the incoming signal, and then changes the pitch of the
copied note to a diatonically correct interval specified by the Amount parameter. A
Harmony Pitch effect sharpens or flattens the shifted pitch in order to keep the specified
interval within the selected key and scale creating a true harmony.
Shift Amount
Selects the amount or harmony interval for the Harmony Pitch effect. Interval choices include:
OCT DN
7TH DN
6TH DN
5TH DN
4TH DN
3RD DN
2ND DN
(octave down)
(a seventh below)
(a sixth below)
(a fifth below)
(a fourth below)
(a third below)
(a second below)
2ND UP 3RD UP 4TH UP 5TH UP 6TH UP 7TH UP OCT UP (a second above)
(a third above)
(a fourth above)
(a fifth above)
(a sixth above)
(a seventh above)
(an octave above)
Key
Selects the musical key that Harmony Pitch uses. Key choices range from the Key of E
through the Key of Eb.
Scale
Selects the scale the Harmony Pitch will use. Scale choices include:
Major (MAJOR)
Minor (MINOR)
Dorian (DORIAN)
Mixolydian (MIXOLYDAN)
Lydian (LYDIAN)
Harmonic Minor (HARM MINOR)
Level
Adjusts the level of all the pitch-altering effects in this module. Ranges from 0 to 99.
OCTAVER
Based on the Boss® OC-2 OctaverTM, this model adds two signals to your original guitar
signal. The first is one octave below your guitar, and the second is two octaves below your
guitar. Each additional signal has its own volume control. Parameters include:
Octave
Adjusts the the volume of the signal 1 octave below the input signal. Ranges from 0 to
99.
Octave 2
Controls the volume of the signal 2 octaves below the input signal. Ranges 0 to 99.
Dry Level
Controls the volume of the dry signal. Ranges from 0 to 99.
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DELAY
Delay is an effect that records a portion of the incoming signal, and then plays it back a
short time later. The recording can repeat just once or several times. Parameters include:
Delay
Turns the selected Delay model on or off.
Model
Selects a Delay model. Models include:
ANALOG DELAY DM ANALOG DELAY DIGITAL DELAY MODULATION DELAY PING PONG DELAY TAPE DELAY
ECHO PLEX
DigiTech® Analog Delay
Based on the Boss DM-2 Analog Delay
DigiTech Digital Delay
DigiTech Modulated Delay
DigiTech Pong Delay
DigiTech Tape Delay
Based on the MaestroTM EP-2 Echoplex® Tape Echo
The individual Delay models include the following parameters:
Delay Model
Parameters
ANALOG DELAY
Time
Repeats
Delay Level
DM ANALOG DELAY
Time
Echo
Intensity
DIGITAL DELAY
Time
Repeats
Ducker
Threshold
Ducker
Level
MODULATION DELAY
Time
Repeats
Depth
Delay
Level
PING PONG DELAY
Time
Repeats
Ducker
Threshold
Ducker
Level
Delay
Level
TAPE DELAY
Time
Repeats
Wow
Flutter
Delay
Level
ECHO PLEX
Time
Repeats
Volume
Delay
Level
Note: The Repeats parameter ranges from 0 to Repeat Hold for all models except the
Echo plex® and DM Analog Delay. Repeat Hold is one click past 99, and acts as an infinite
repeat.
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REVERB
Using reverb in recorded program material gives the listener a sense that the material is
being performed in an actual room or hall. It is this similarity to actual acoustic spaces
that makes reverberation a useful tool in recorded music. The GSP1101 features genuine
Lexicon® reverbs, whose rich, lush effects have been heard in countless songs, soundtracks,
and live performances for decades. Parameters include:
Reverb
Turns the selected Reverb model on or off.
Model
Selects the Reverb model or acoustic space. The following models are available:
TWIN SPRING LEXICON AMBIENCE LEXICON STUDIO
LEXICON ROOM
LEXICON HALL
EMT PLATE
Based on a Fender® Twin Reverb
Lexicon® Ambience
Lexicon Studio
Lexicon Room
Lexicon Hall
Based on an EMT240 Plate
The individual Reverb models have the following parameters:
Reverb Model
TWIN SPRING
Parameters
Reverb
LEXICON AMBIENCE
Pre Delay
Decay
Liveliness
Reverb Level
LEXICON STUDIO
Pre Delay
Decay
Liveliness
Reverb Level
LEXICON ROOM
Pre Delay
Decay
Liveliness
Reverb Level
LEXICON HALL
Pre Delay
Decay
Liveliness
Reverb Level
EMT PLATE
Pre Delay
Decay
Liveliness
Reverb Level
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EXPRESSION LINKS
Each preset in the GSP1101 can have up to 8 expression links for real-time parameter
control during performance. Parameters can be assigned to MIDI CCs, internal LFOs or
to expression pedals. The way in which the GSP1101 provides control over parameters
is via Global Controllers. These Global Controllers are configured in the CC/Controller
Map menu (see page 49). There are 16 Global Controllers that can be assigned in any way
to any of the GSP1101 presets. These Global Controllers must be setup first before any
Expression Links can be made in presets (see CC/Controller Map on page 49 for more
information on setting up Global Controllers). From the factory, the Global Controllers
have been assigned to some MIDI CCs already, but feel free to make changes to these
assignments for your own needs.
To assign Expression Links to parameters via the Expression Links screen
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob twice. This takes you to the Preset
Edit screen.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob to highlight the “EXPRESSION LINKS” menu and press the
Edit/Select knob. The “Edit Expression Links“ screen will be displayed.
3. In the “Edit Expression Links” screen, there is a numbered list. The numbers on the
left side of the screen each represent an Expression Link. For this example, highlight “3
NO CTRL NO LINK” and press the Edit/Select knob. “Linking NO LINK” will be
displayed and “ASSIGN CONTROLLER” will be highlighted in the display.
4. Use the Edit/Select knob to scroll to the “LINKED TO NO LINK” menu and press
the knob. “LINKING CTRL NO CTRL TO” will be displayed.
5. Use the Edit/Select knob to select the parameter from the GSP1101’s available
parameters you want linked. For our example we will link WAH PEDAL. Once you
have the parameter selected, press the Back button.
6. Use the Edit/Select knob to scroll up to the “ASSIGN CONTROLLER” menu and
press the knob. “Linking WAH PEDAL CONTROLLER=NOT LINKED” will be
displayed.
7. Use the Edit/Select knob to select which of the 16 Global Controllers or 2 LFOs you
want to control the parameter. For our example we will select “CONTROLLER=12
<CC 7>. Press the Back button to return to previous menu.
8. The Wah Pedal parameter is now linked to be controlled by MIDI CC 7. You can now
adjust the parameter’s Min and Max ranges by entering the “MIN VALUE” and “MAX
VALUE” menus if you don’t want to use the parameter’s full range, which is the default.
9. Store these changes to the preset using the Store procedure if these changes are to be
recalled later.
Expression links can also be assigned directly from the parameter you want to link to.
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To assign Expression Links to parameters via the Effect Edit screen
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob twice. This takes you to the Preset
Edit screen.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob to select the effect that contains the parameter you want
to assign to a link. For our example we will select the Wah effect.
3. Press the Edit/Select knob to access the Wah Effect Edit screen.
4. Turn the Edit/Select knob to select the parameter you want to assign to a link. For
our example we will select WAH PEDAL.
5. Press the Edit/Select knob to edit the parameter. This is the parameter edit screen
and the message “HOLD <SELECT> TO ADD LINK” will appear at the bottom
6. Press and hold the Edit/Select knob. (Note: If the HOLD message doesn’t appear on
a parameter edit screen, then that parameter can not be linked. This will occur with
Model Type parameters for the most part)
7. The “Linking WAH PEDAL” screen will be displayed and the “ASSIGN CONTROLLER”
menu will be highlighted. Press the Edit/Select knob. “Linking WAH PEDAL
CONTROLLER=NOT LINKED” will be displayed.
8. Use the Edit/Select knob to select which of the 16 Global Controllers or 2 LFOs you
want to control the parameter. For our example we will select “CONTROLLER=12
<CC 7>. Press the Back button to return to previous menu.
9. The Wah Pedal parameter is now linked to be controlled by MIDI CC 7. You can now
adjust the parameter’s Min and Max ranges by entering the “MIN VALUE” and “MAX
VALUE” menus if you don’t want to use the parameter’s full range, which is the default.
10. Store these changes to the preset using the Store procedure if these changes are to be
recalled later.
SEAMLESS TIME
Presets in the GSP1101 that use delays and reverbs can have their repeats and reverb tails
heard to completion even after changing to a new preset. This is referred to as a “Seamless”
preset change. Each preset can have a specified seamless time before the preset is no
longer heard. There are two settings that control seamless time: Hold Time and Ramp Time.
Hold Time is the time frame from when a preset has been changed until the Ramp Time
takes effect. Ramp Time is the time it takes to ramp the output of the previous preset to a
muted state (i.e. If the Hold Time is set to 1.0 second and Ramp Time is set to 1.0 second,
after a preset change, the previous preset’s delays and reverbs will be heard at full volume
for 1 second. At the 1 second point, the Ramp Time will take effect and the delay repeats
and reverb tails will be ramped to a muted state – 2 seconds total).
To set up Seamless Time
1. Press the Edit/Select knob twice to enter the preset edit screen.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob until Seamless Time is highlighted and press the Edit/
Select knob. This will enter the Editing Seamless screen.
3. Use the Edit/Select knob to select Hold Time or Ramp Time and press the knob.
4. Adjustments to Hold Time range from 10ms – Infinity. Adjustments to Ramp Time
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range from 10ms – 10.0 seconds. Use the Edit/Select knob to adjust these times.
5. Store these changes to the preset using the Store procedure if these changes are to be
recalled later.
LFO SETTINGS
The GSP1101 has 2 programmable LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators) per preset that
can be assigned to control parameters. The LFO will automatically control the parameter
between the minimum and maximum range as defined by the Expression Link using the LFO
waveform shape and speed set in this menu. Each LFO has three waveforms to select from
and an LFO speed range of 0.05Hz to 10.0 Hz.
To
1.
2.
3.
set up the LFOs
Press the Edit/Select knob twice to enter the preset edit screen.
Turn the Edit/Select knob until the LFO Settings menu is selected and press the knob.
Use the Edit/Select knob to select LFO1 Wave, LFO1 Speed, LFO2 Wave, or LFO2
Speed and press the knob to enter these menus to adjust their settings.
4. Store these changes to the preset using the Store procedure if these changes are to be
recalled later.
PRESET LEVEL
Each of the presets in the GSP1101 can have a specified programmed level. Preset Level is
used to balance, boost, or cut the levels between different presets.
To change the level of a preset
1. Press the Edit/Select knob twice to enter the preset edit screen.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob until the Preset Level menu is selected and press the knob.
This will enter the Preset Level screen..
3. Use the Edit/Select knob to change the preset level.
4. Store these changes to the preset using the Store procedure if these changes are to be
recalled later.
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Global Functions
Guitar Tuner
The GSP1101 features an built-in chromatic tuner with variable tuning references (427-453,
A=Ab, A=G, A=Gb). The tuner can be selected at any time no matter what menu you may
be in.
To use the Tuner
1. Press the Tuner button. The tuner display will appear.
2. Play a note on the guitar and it will be displayed in the LCD along with a strobe bar
indicating whether the note is flat (moves to the left), sharp (moves to the right) or in
tune (no movement)
3. Turn the Edit/Select knob to change the tuning references.
4. Press the Tuner button again to exit the tuner. Any change to the tuning reference will
be saved upon exiting.
Global Menus
The menus described below appear in every preset. Their settings apply to all presets.
I/O Setup
The I/O Setup menu is used to set up connectivity options that will affect how the GSP1101
inputs and outputs are to be utilized. These options include XLR Out Level, Ext Loop,
Global, Global Cabinet, 1/4” Line Output Setup, XLR Output, and USB Setup.
1/4” Line Output Setup
The 1/4” Line Outputs have several options that can be selected depending on what type
of input and what type of amp they are connected too. These options include: Target Input,
Target System, and Cabinet to Amp.
Target Input
This option optimizes the Line Outputs for the input they are connected too. Settings
are Amp Input, Amp Loop Return, Power Amp, and Mixer.
Target System
This option optimizes the presets based on what type of system you are connecting
too, or if you are connecting the GSP1101 to a mixer input. Settings are: None, Mixer,
Tube Power Amp, Solid State Power Amp, American Tube Combo, American Solid State
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Combo, American Tube Stack, American Solid State Stack, British Tube Combo, British
Class A Combo, British Solid State Combo, British Tube Stack, British Solid State Stack.
Cabinet to Amp
This option lets you route the guitar audio through the GSP1101’s cabinet modeling or
around it before it is sent to the 1/4” Line Outputs.
To configure the 1/4” Line Outputs
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob once to enter the Main Menu
screen.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob until the I/O Setup menu is selected and press the knob
again.
3. Turn the Edit/Select knob until 1/4” Line Output Setup is selected and press the
knob. Select from the three options and setup each based upon how the GSP1101 is
connected to your system.
4. Press the Back button to exit.
Changes made in the 1/4” Output Setup menu are saved automatically and will affect the
global performance of the GSP1101 and its presets.
XLR Out Level
The XLR Mixer Outputs can be set to different output levels. These options include fixed
-10dBV, fixed +4dBu, or Variable. When the fixed output levels are selected, the front panel
Output Level does not control the output of the XLR Mixer Outputs. If there is a need to
vary the output level of the XLR Mixer Outputs, Variable should be selected which links the
Output Level on the front panel to control their output level.
To change the XLR Out Level
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob once to enter the Main Menu
screen.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob until the I/O Setup menu is selected and press the knob
again.
3. Turn the Edit/Select knob until XLR Out Level is selected and press the knob. Select
from the three output level options.
4. Press the Back button two times to exit back to the Preset screen.
Changes made in the XLR Out Level menu are saved automatically and will affect the global
performance of the GSP1101 and its presets.
XLR Output
The GSP1101 XLR Mixer outputs are set to stereo by default. If there is a need to only use
one of these outputs, it is best to switch them to be mono outputs (both outputs sum the
left/right channels to mono and output the same signal in each output).
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To switch the output option for the XLR Mixer Outputs
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob once to enter the Main Menu
screen.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob until I/O Setup is selected and press the knob.
3. Turn the Edit/Select knob and select the XLR Output menu.
4. Press the Edit/Select knob to switch between Stereo or Mono output.
5. Use the Back button to return to the Preset screen
Changes made in the XLR Output are saved automatically and will affect the global
performance of the GSP1101 and all of its presets.
Type of Loop
The GSP1101 features a configurable Loop that can be utilized as either an Effects Loop or
as a Preamp Loop. Depending on how you intend to use the GSP1101 in your system, you
can select the loop to work in either of these two ways. As an Effects Loop, the GSP1101
offers a way to connect an external effects device that can be turned on and off within
the signal chain. When configured as a Preamp Loop, you can connect an external guitar
preamp, or if your guitar amplifier has an effects send/return, you can integrate its preamp
with the GSP1101 effects and switch between using an external preamp or the internal
GSP1101 amp/preamp modeling. There are three options for how the GSP110 Loop can be
configured:
Effect Loop
This option configures the Loop to behave like a standard series effects loop. External
effects are connected as if they were inline effects that are switched in and out. If the
external effect has an effect balance or mix control, this control should be set to a 50/50
mix of wet/dry signal.
External Preamp Only
This option configures the Loop as a global external loop for use with your favorite
preamp. All presets will utilize the external preamp as the primary tone source and
bypass any GSP1101 amp/preamp models even if they are active in the preset. Only use
this option if you do not ever want to use any of the internal amp/preamp models the
GSP1101 has to offer.
Int/Ext Preamp
This option configures the Loop to work with both an external preamp source and the
internal GSP1101 amp/preamp models. This option lets you switch between internal and
external preamp sources and program them on a preset basis.
To change the Type of Loop options
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob once to enter the Main Menu
screen.
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2. Turn the Edit/Select knob until I/O Setup is selected and press the knob.
3. Turn the Edit/Select knob until Type of Loop is selected and press the knob. This
enters the Loop Select menu.
4. Use the Edit/Select knob to select which Loop option you want.
5. Use the Back button to return to the Preset screen.
Changes made in the Loop Select menu are saved automatically and will affect the global
performance of the GSP1101 and its presets.
Global Cabinet
The GSP1101 lets you select a global cabinet model for all presets. This can be applied
to both the XLR Mixer and 1/4” Line outputs. If you use an amplifier and speaker system
with the GSP1101, you can choose not have any cabinet applied at the 1/4” outputs (which
are typically connected to the amp system). You might however like to have a single global
cabinet applied to the XLR Mixer outputs, which are generally connected to a mixer, so you
can match the sound of your amp’s cabinet.
To change the Global Cabinet option
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob once to enter the Main Menu
screen.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob until I/O Setup is selected and press the knob.
3. To enable the Global Cabinet option, highlight the Global Cabinet On/Off menu.
Pressing the Edit/Select knob will turn this option on and off.
4. To select the Global Cabinet to be used in all presets, turn the Edit/Select knob to
highlight Global Cab and press the knob. In this menu, turn the Edit/Select knob to
highlight which cabinet you want selected.
5. Use the Back button to return to the Preset screen.
Changes made in the Global Cabinet menu are saved automatically and will affect the global
performance of the GSP1101 and all of its presets.
USB Setup
The GSP1101 features a USB jack which connects it to a computer. The USB jack serves
two purposes: Streaming audio to and from a computer recording software application, and
as a connection for use with the included X-EditTM editor librarian software.
Note: It is important that you install the included GSP1101 USB drivers on your
computer system before using either your recording application or the X-Edit software (see
installation instructions in the accompanying CD). Audio recorded via USB in the GSP1101
is always tapped off of the audio feeding the XLR outputs.
The USB Setup menu provides options for how USB audio is routed and handled.
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Record Level
This option provides a digital level control for boosting or cutting the level sent to your
recording application. Range is -12dB to +24dB.
Playback Mix
This option controls the playback mix between GSP1101 processing and USB playback
from your computer’s recording application. The range for this control is from USB Mix
0% (all that is heard is the GSP1101 processing, no playback) to USB = 50% and GSP=50%
(both USB playback and GSP1101 have equal levels) to GSP1101 Mix 0% (all that is heard
is the USB playback in the outputs, no GSP1101 processing).
USB to Line Out
This option turns USB playback on and off in the 1/4” Line Outputs.
USB to XLR Out
This option turns USB playback on and off in the XLR Mixer Outputs.
To change the USB Setup options
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob once to enter the Main Menu
screen.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob and select the I/O Setup menu and press the knob.
3. Turn the Edit/Select knob to select USB Setup. This selects the USB Setup Menu.
4. Turn the Edit/Select knob to select the option you want to change. This will take you
to that menu to adjust. In the case of the USB Playback options, clicking on the knob
while that menu option is selected will turn the option on or off.
5. Use the Back button to return to the Preset screen.
Changes made in the USB Setup menu are saved automatically and will affect the global
performance of the GSP1101 and all of its presets.
Global EQ
The GSP1101 features a global 7-band graphic EQ. This gives you a way to make EQ
adjustments that affect all presets given the specific system you’re using or the environment
you’re playing in. This is useful when there are acoustic changes from venue to venue when
performing live. It is recommended that the Global EQ remain flat when creating and editing
presets in the studio.
To adjust the Global EQ
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob until Global EQ is selected and press the knob. This enters
the Global EQ menu.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
Select a frequency by turning Edit/Select knob.
Press the Edit/Select knob and turn the knob to make adjustments.
Press the Edit/Select knob again to de-select that frequency.
Press the Back button to return to the previous menu.
Changes made in the Global EQ menu are saved automatically and will affect the global
performance of the GSP1101 and all of its presets.
Contrast
The GSP1101’s LCD has a contrast control to make it viewable at almost any viewing angle.
To adjust screen contrast
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob until Contrast is selected and press the knob. This enters
the Contrast adjustment menu.
3. Turn the Edit/Select knob until the display contrast is at the desired setting.
4. Press the Back button to return to the previous menu.
Version
This non-selectable option tells you the version number of the installed firmware. This is
useful in the event there are firmware updates.
MIDI Menu
The GSP1101 offers comprehensive MIDI implementation for use with external MIDI
hardware and software controllers. The MIDI menu is where all MIDI related control is
programmed. The MIDI menu also is where the global CC/Controller map is programmed
which provides the link between outside MIDI messages to control internal GSP1101
effects parameters. By assigning each CC message to a Controller, and then assigining the
Controller to a parameter, you can change MIDI footswitches, and you only need to remap
the new CCs to the previously assigned Controllers. Your presets will react as they always
did. This eliminates the need to rewrite all your presets to adapt to your new foot pedal.
Channel
The GSP1101 can respond to preset and CC messages as long as these messages are on the
channel selected by the GSP1101.
To set the MIDI channel
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob until the MIDI menu is selected and press the knob.
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3. Turn the Edit/Select knob until Channel is selected and press the knob.
4. Use the Edit/Select knob to change which MIDI channel you would like the GSP1101 to
receive preset and CC information on. The channel range is OFF 1-16, and ALL. Setting the
channel to ALL will set the GSP1101 to respond to all MIDI preset and CC messages on all
MIDI channels.
5. Press the Back button to return to the previous menu.
Preset Map
The MIDI Preset Map feature allows you to access any of the GSP1101’s presets using standard
MIDI program change messages. From the factory, the GSP1101 is set to access User presets 1-99
with MIDI program change numbers 1-99. MIDI program change numbers 101-128 access Factory
programs 1-28. The GSP1101 can respond to incoming MIDI preset messages and change to those
presets. Sometimes, incoming MIDI preset messages need to be remapped (MIDI preset 1 should
change to GSP1101 preset 12). The MIDI Preset Map menu is where these functions are set.
To
1.
2.
3.
map MIDI program change numbers
From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob.
Turn the Edit/Select knob until the MIDI menu is selected and press the knob.
Turn the Edit/Select knob until MIDI Preset Map is selected and press. This enters the MIDI
preset mapping menu.
4. The top line of the Preset Map menu selects the MIDI program number that you want to
map to a GSP1101 preset. The bottom line of the Preset Map selects the internal preset the
GSP1101 will recall for the selected MIDI program number.
5. Press the Back button to return to the previous menu.
CC/Controller Map
The GSP1101 uses a Global Controller map for routing incoming MIDI CC and Expression Pedal
messages to Expression Links within in a preset. There are 16 Global Controllers, each of which
can be assigned to a different MIDI CC or the Expression Pedal. Once these Global Controllers are
set up, you can then link up to eight Controllers to individual parameters in presets for customized
functionality. From the factory, the Global Controllers have been assigned to some MIDI CCs
already, but feel free to make changes to these assignments for your own needs.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
set up the Global Controller mapping
From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob.
Turn the Edit/Select knob until the MIDI menu is selected and press the knob.
Turn the Edit/Select knob until CC/Controller Map is selected and press the Edit/Select
knob. This enters the MIDI CC/Controller mapping menu.
Turn the Edit/Select knob to select one of the 16 Global Controllers you want to map a MIDI
CC to and press the Edit/Select knob.
Turn the Edit/Select knob to select the MIDI CC number you want this controller to respond
to (0-127).
Press the Back button to return to the previous menu and repeat steps 3 and 4 for other
global controllers.
Press and hold the Back button to return to the Preset screen.
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Merge In > Thru
By setting the Merge In>Thru option to ON, incoming MIDI CC and program change messages
are routed out of the GSP1101’s MIDI Thru jack to other connected MIDI devices. These
messages do not pass through the GSP1101 when the Merge In>Thru is set to OFF. This option
is set to ON from the factory.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
configure the MERGE IN > THRU option
From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob.
Turn the Edit/Select knob until the MIDI menu is selected and press the knob.
Turn the Edit/Select knob until Merge In->Thru is selected.
Press the Edit/Select knob to turn the option on or off.
Press the Back button to return to the previous menu.
Send MIDI Prgms
By setting the Send MIDI Prgms option to ON, MIDI program change messages will be sent out
the GSP1101’s MIDI Thru jack when presets are changed on the GSP1101 either by the front
panel Edit/Select knob, by selecting them in the editor librarian, or when the GSP1101 receives a
program change message via MIDI. These MIDI program change messages do not get sent out of
the GSP1101 when Send MIDI Prgms is set to OFF. This option is set to OFF from the factory.
MIDI Tempo
The GSP1101’s MIDI Tempo option allows incoming MIDI time code to set the delay time of
the delay effects. When this option is set to ON, the GSP1101 delays respond to MIDI time
messages it receives.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
set the MIDI Tempo
From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob.
Turn the Edit/Select knob until the MIDI menu is selected and press the knob.
Turn the Edit/Select knob until Merge Tempo is selected.
Press the Edit/Select knob to turn the option on or off.
Press the Back button to return to the previous menu.
Preset Load
From the factory the GSP1101 is set to automatically load presets when they are selected using
the Edit/Select knob. Presets can be loaded manually if needed by setting the Preset Load option
to MANUAL. This way you can cue up a preset and it is not loaded until the Edit/Select knob is
pressed. If you don’t load a preset after four seconds, the numeric display returns to the current
preset.
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2.
3.
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set the Preset Load setting
From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob.
Turn the Edit/Select knob until Preset Load is selected.
Press the Edit/Select knob to choose between AUTO or MANUAL option.
Press the Back button to return to the previous menu.
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Factory Reset
To restore the GSP1101 to its factory default state, select Factory Reset from the Main Menu screen
and follow the instructions. WARNING: This erases ALL changes to presets and other settings.
To do a Factory Reset
1. From the Preset screen, press the Edit/Select knob.
2. Turn the Edit/Select knob until Factory Reset is selected and press the knob. This enters the
Factory Reset menu.
3. Turn the Edit/Select knob so the LCD reads Restore Factory? – Yes.
4. Press the Edit/Select knob. The screen displays RESETTING and the Factory Reset process begins.
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Specifications
Specifications
General Specifications
A/D Converter: D/A Converter:
Sampling Frequency:
DSP Section:
Preset Memory:
24-bit high performance audio
24-bit high performance audio
44.1kHz throughout
2 Audio DNA2™ DSP Processors
99 User / 99 Factory Presets
Analog Input Connections
Guitar input:
Impedance: Maximum input signal: 1M Ohms
8 dBu
Loop Input:
Impedance: Nominal input level: Maximum input: 16K Ohms unbalanced or 20K Ohms balanced
+4 dBu or -10 dBV
+23dBu (Level switch at +4 dBu)
Analog Output Connections
Line Outputs:
Impedance: Maximum Output Level: 1K Ohms unbalanced / 2K Ohms balanced
23 dBu
Mixer outputs:
Impedance: Maximum Output level: 2K Ohms balanced
23 dBu
Headphone output:
Minimum Headphone Impedance: Output Power: 50 Ohms
250 mW / channel
Loop Output:
Impedance: Nominal output level: BYPASS)
600 Ohms
-10 dBV (Unity gain from guitar input in
Electronic SNR:
≥ 110dB
Expression Pedal Input:
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Works with any standard passive guitar volume pedal; connect to volume pedal output.
Specifications
Footswitch Input: DigiTech FS3X. Uses 1/4” TRS stereo cable.
Power Requirements:
USA and Canada: Japan:
Europe:
UK:
120 VAC, 60 Hz
100 VAC, 50/60 Hz
230 VAC, 50 Hz
240 VAC, 50 Hz
Note: The GSP1101 is manufactured to operate from a specific supply voltage. There are
two different models: one which accepts 100V-120V and another which accepts 220V-240V
mains. All units sold in North America are for 100V-120V only. You cannot operate a
100V-120V GSP1101 unit using 220V-240V power. The supply voltage is marked on the back
of the unit.
Power Consumption:
22 Watts
USB:
2.0 compliant
Audio streaming:
Sample rate: 2 channels to computer, 2 channels from computer
44.1 kHz
Unit Dimensions: Shipping Dimensions:
Shipping Weight:
19” x 1.75” x 7.5” (W x H x D)
22.25” x 11.5” x 3.5”
7.5 lbs
Software System Requirements:
Windows
Windows® XP Pro (32-bit), 7, 8, 10 (32/64-bit)
2GHz processor
2GB RAM
(.NET may be downloaded and installed during X-Edit installation. Windows 8 and 10 users
may be required to download and install .NET 3.5 prior to installing X-Edit.)
Mac
OS 10.8.5 – 10.12.6
Intel Core Processor
2GB RAM
DigiTech engineers are constantly working to improve the quality of our products.
Specifications are therefore subject to change without notice.
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MIDI Implementation Table
MIDI Implementation Table
Function
Transmitted Recognized
Basic Channel
Default
X
1
Changed
X
1-16, Omni, Off
Mode
Default
Messages
Mode 2
X
Altered
X
X
Note Number
True Voice
X
X
Velocity
Note ON
X
X
Note OFF
X
X
Keys
X
X
Channels
X
X
X
X
After Touch
Pitchbend
Control Change
Remarks
X
0-127
Internally mappable
True #
0
0-127
Internally mappable
Bank Select
X
X
0
0
Song Position:
X
X
Song Select:
X
X
Tune:
X
X
Clock:
X
X
Commands:
X
X
X
X
Program Change
System Exclusive
DigiTech Editor Only.
Sys Ex channel follows MIDI
channel except when MIDI
channel is set to Off, where
Sys Ex channel then receives
on all channels.
System Common
System Real Time
Aux Messages
0 = Yes Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY
X = NoMode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY
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Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO
Wah,
Compressor,
(Pre Chorus/FX)
Distortion,
Amp/Cabinet
Model
Noise
Gate
Effects/Preamp
Loop Send
Effects/Preamp
Loop Return
Stereo
Parametric
EQ
Global Cabinet
Volume
Pre
Post Chorus/FX,
Delay,
Reverb,
Volume
Post
Stereo
Cabinet
1/4" Output
Target System
7 Band
Global
EQ
USB
1/4" Line Outputs
XLR Mixer Outputs
Headphone Outputs
Block Diagram
Block Diagram
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Preset List
Preset List
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Plexi Drive
Cool Chorus
Aggrified
Solo Delay
Blues Delay
Archtop
Bass Man
SK8 Punk
Studio Verb
Sandman
DC/AC
Swampy Slide
Whammy
FingrPikn-Good
Grunge Pedal
Big Strum
Killer Klowny
Chicken Picken
Dover Cliffs
Dime RIP
Hair Day
Mosh Mellow
Clean Metal?
Metal Harmony
Black Label
Jump In The Fire
Metal Head
Deep Rectifried
Cool Clean
Angel Of Death
Hendrix
New Punk
Fuzz King
Wahs Up
Clean Combo
SoLo Dude
Echo Head
Octivied
Fazed
Captain Kirk
Chicago Blooz
Blues Drive
Slider
Jump Panel
British 45
Twin Reverb
Analog Boy
Soo Deluxe
British Combo
Old School
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Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Showcase
Metal
Metal
Metal
Metal
Metal
Metal
Metal
Metal
Metal
Metal
Rock/Alt Rock
Rock/Alt Rock
Rock/Alt Rock
Rock/Alt Rock
Rock/Alt Rock
Rock/Alt Rock
Rock/Alt Rock
Rock/Alt Rock
Rock/Alt Rock
Rock/Alt Rock
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
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52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
Dr Fu Manchu
Buzzo
Big N Bad
Classic Stack
Sweet Leaves
Road Pig
Flangetastic
Super Clyde
E Minor-Major
Gaining Pounds
Led Zep
Woman Tone
Satchurated
Sultans Of Tone
Hazy
Bohemian
Surfin Venture
Pistols
Stevie Ray
Pride Delay
Hill Billy
Pickn+Grinnin
Cowboy
Perty
Real Book
Chimey
Synth Swell
StudioCoustik
Clean N Bright
Spankin Clean
Driven
Taped Out
Compress Clean
Smoothy
Big Room
Acoustic Layers
Nebula
Ka Chunk
Boogie Man
Speak Easy
Chorus + Delay
Leslie Studio
Detune FX
Der Ya
Guitar > Bass
More-ph
WaKa-ChaKa Bow
Stellar
Steppin
Metal/Hard Rock
Metal/Hard Rock
Metal/Hard Rock
Metal/Hard Rock
Metal/Hard Rock
Metal/Hard Rock
Metal/Hard Rock
Metal/Hard Rock
Metal/Hard Rock
Metal/Hard Rock
Artist
Artist
Artist
Artist
Artist
Artist
Artist
Artist
Artist
Artist
Country/Clean
Country/Clean
Country/Clean
Country/Clean
Country/Clean
Country/Clean
Country/Clean
Country/Clean
Country/Clean
Country/Clean
Jazz/Fusion
Jazz/Fusion
Jazz/Fusion
Jazz/Fusion
Jazz/Fusion
Jazz/Fusion
Jazz/Fusion
Jazz/Fusion
Jazz/Fusion
Jazz/Fusion
Effects/Special
Effects/Special
Effects/Special
Effects/Special
Effects/Special
Effects/Special
Effects/Special
Effects/Special
Effects/Special
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