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JOYO CAB BOX is a cabinet modeling pedal, with IR loading supported. It has 4 tube power amp simulations, 20 cabinet models and 11 classic microphone models. Regarding the IR, apart from 20 preset loading locations, it also supports storing 10 third party IRs, you can connect to the PC through the USB, and use the matching software to edit tones and update firmware, load or delete third party IRs. JOYO CAB BOX has more interface, much bigger screen with more buttons compared with rival's similar products, it's quite user-friendly.

Controllers: Master, Select, Power Amp, Cab/Mic, EQ, SAVE, HOME, LED Toggle

Doesn't support Battery-powered

Support both Windows/Mac OS

IR sampling info:
IR file format: .wav
Sampling accuracy: 24bit
(supports 16/24/32 bits third party IR files)
Sample rate: 44.1kHz
Sample's length:1024pts
◆ 128 tone store positions, supporting MIDI controlled devices changing tone real time.
◆ Different interfaces are suitable for various venues.
◆ DI balanced output: for connecting to the mixer, sound card recording during live performance.
◆ Headphones: Stereo headphones output for home practice.
◆ Thru: Can connect to amp's FX LOOP or other cabinet simulation devices for stereo output.

Slightly less than 200 euros at Thomann.

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The clean stuff in the beginning sounded alright but once they started introducing some distortion, ugh. That riff half-way through/the outro riff, I wouldn't have put that on any kind of demo. That was almost Phantasmgoria(sp?) level. (I miss that dude's recording threads)

Maybe I'm still waking up, but where were they getting the preamp tones from? All they showed was the pedal and an amp, but if I got that right, they're only using the amp for power/speaker? The video makes it seem as if they're getting all the sounds from that pedal, including the preamp sounds.
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