Vox Tonelab ST
Vox Tonelab ST

Tonelab ST, Guitar Amp Simulation Pedal from Vox in the Tonelab series.

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moosers 02/14/2010

Vox Tonelab ST : moosers のユーザーレビュー (content in English)


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The Vox Tonelab ST is a multi-effects unit containing just about every type of guitar effect out there. It's got 1/4" connections for input and output and also has a built in tuner. The pedal has a tube inside of it, so the effects are at least running on some real power here. It isn't rack mountable since it is a foot pedal station.


Since I haven't got an extensive amount of experience with the Vox Tonelab ST, I've yet to explore all of the ends that this pedal has to offer. This is to say, there is a lot that this unit has to offer, a lot of which will take you some time to dive into. Having said this, getting your basic tones from all the effects in here isn't hard at all and overall I don't think that you need a manual.


The level of sound quality from the Vox Tonelab ST varies from effect to effect in my opinion. I like some of the effects a great deal, but at the same time many of them are sort of unrealistic sounding. Don't get me wrong, it is certainly nice to have access to all of these different effects in one box, but there isn't enough controlling options for some of the sounds on here. One of the things that there is plenty of control over is your amp modeling selection, as there are 33 to choose from here. The overdrive and gain effects are the ones on here that I enjoy a great deal, as well as the reverb, but the modulation effects are certainly a bit lack luster.


First, let me say that in general I'm not an advocate for most of the multi-effects pedals out there. While the Vox Tonelab ST is powerful in its versatility, I still think that if you're serious about getting some good sounding effects that you're better off getting individual effects. Having brought this up, I will say that this is the perfect type of unit for someone looking to get into using effects but doesn't know where to start. It will put you on the right track to see what you like and what you don't, but I can't say I'd recommend it for a professional or for someone looking to get a professional sounding palette of guitar effects.