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You can "google" the Cherub Technology Co. for all the mailing addresses and website of www.nuxefx.com which was in my manual.
By jesse james on February 6, 2018
Inside the pedal is some metal plate but the rest is all hard plastic to the best of my rememberance as I sold it and my guitar outfit a year ago
By jesse james on May 5, 2018
My brother says he's only been able to control volume with it so far. Unless you're talking about the 2 smaller pedals, those will change the sound effects and start and stop background music.
By ian on May 4, 2018
Yes it does
By Stephen on April 5, 2018
The drum beat comes out of the amp speaker and be recorded on any recorder device near the speaker.
By jesse james on March 6, 2018
NO....its just for accompanied to your guitar background while you play the "lead part" and the drums and your recording of chords and base beat you made in loops recording first make your full band for pleasure.......OK!!!!
By jesse james on March 9, 2018
Yes I think it does.
By hard rock steve on February 24, 2018
I'm not sure, I have just been using it for recording purposes.
By Stephen on January 27, 2018
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October 19, 2017
Wow! I don't even know where to begin... I am using this processor with my new Cecilio electric violin. I learned and trained on classical violin, acoustic, reading sheet music, etc, so I'm pretty new at now playing an electric one hooked up to an amplifier, and even newer at using a pedal/processor. Upon first assembly, I found that many of these effects will probably not be used in the music that I play (worship & praise - old school & contemporary), but others will be very useful to bring a new sound to old songs. Also, some of the effects sound very similar to one another. I haven't yet figured out and tried to edit and save any effects to my liking, so I can't really say how well the MG-100 does in that area. But I must say that I am absolutely in love with the drum machine and now even more in love with the looper. I literally just played all the parts of Pachelbel's Canon in D all by myself via use of the looper for each phrase! Smiling from ear-to-ear, I just had to stop and rave about it. As a beginner, I totally recommend it to others looking for a cool starter machine to play around with. I couldn't quite give it 5 stars for a few reasons: 1.Although I can layer as many parts as I want on top of one another, I cannot save the track (however, my husband who is a tech geek, tells me that there's a way to connect to my computer and record my layered tracks that way). Also, I wish there was a way to undo the last layer of overdub if I've messed up... sucks to have 10 layers of perfection, then one layer be off and I can't fix it. 2.Using the pedal as a volume adjuster will take some getting used to - either I end up making it go too loud at the wrong times or I cannot hear myself at all. 3.The loop/overdub button is so close to the pedal, that I end up hitting the pedal when I try to overdub and end up turning my sound down and that phrase is not recorded (But I do love how compact and portable it is, so I'll just have to adjust)
March 10, 2017