Zoom B3n Bass Multi-Effects Pedal

Zoom B3n Bass Multi-Effects Pedal

Spice up your bass tone with the Zoom B3n. With 67 DSP effects, 5 amp emulators, and an 80-second looper, this pedal dares you to experiment with your sound.

Zoom B2 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal

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Featuring the ZFX3 processor, the B2 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal accurately reproduces the impressive sound of many analog effects.

The Zoom B2 Bass Multi Effects Pedal features the ZFX3 processor loaded with 9 preamp/cabinet and 5 stomp box models faithfully accurate to the originals in every way.

All this incredible analog emulating performance is achieved with no background hiss (120dB signal to noise ratio) and extreme dynamic range (120dB), and there's more; 45 different effects (7 modules available per patch), 3 types of synth sounds, a Harmonized Pitch Shifter, acoustic bass and fretless, 6-band graphic EQ or 2-band parametric EQ, the world's fastest patch change, Auto Tuner, and an onboard PCM drum machine (40 patterns). Includes AC Adapter (also operates up to 7 hours on 4 AA alkaline batteries).


40 preset bass effects patches, 40 programmable memory patches

7 effect modules with 45 effect types

32-bit processing, 96kHz sampling rate

24-Bit A/D, D/A converters

Built-in drum machine with 40 rhythm variations vIntegrated chromatic tuner

Sturdy metal chassis

Operates on 4 AA batteries, or the included AC power adapter

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 631-542-5270
Email: info@zoom-na.com
Web: https://zoomcorp.com/en/us/contact/

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. (34 ratings)
Submitted February 28, 2007 by a customer from kentshill.org
"Great sound, low price, tons of features"
Overall: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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I like pretty much everything about this. I wish the compressor was a little smoother, I wish I didn't have to buy an expression pedal separately, but it's not that big a deal. This is pretty much the only pedal I need, besides a wah and perhaps a BBE Sonic Maximizer. The only thing that even comes close to the usefulness of this is a SansAmp, and that's a lot more expensive. This is a definite must-buy if you're looking for something high-quality that will do it all and not drain your wallet.

Tons of tones you can get. Amp modeling is some of the best I've ever heard, pretty tweakable also. Effects are generally good quality and there are as many as you'll ever need. Basically no background noise thanks to effects quality and the noise gate. Compressor has a rather rough sound to it which I find odd, but would be ok for hard rock I guess. Overall, great sound.

Pretty much good everything. Solid construction, simple knob layout, but you have to read the manual and use this for awhile until you remember what each knob does for each effect. I wish this had an expression pedal but I guess that's what you shell out the extra 50 bucks or so for in the 2.1 model. It's nice that the adapter is included. Pretty simplistic overall, which is how I like it.

Ease of Use
You won't have a problem getting awesome sounds out of this. There's a learning curve though, you'll have to learn read more to tweak this to your exact specifications. Once you learn how though, there's no stopping you.

For a hundred bucks, this thing rocks. Construction's solid, metal with hard plastic sides. This thing feels like it can take a hell of a beating and will last awhile. I'd definitely tour with it.

Awesome value, better options and sound quality than a lot of other rigs that charge more.

Manufacturer Support
Haven't needed to deal with Zoom, so I'll call it a 7.

The Wow Factor
Looks awesome, sounds awesome, it's cheap and does anything you need, what more can you ask for? Zoom really did it right with this one.

Musical Background:
Active Musician

Musical Style:
Rock, Blues, Jazz, Psychedelic, Funk, Fusion, Reggae
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