The A3 marks the latest in Zoom’s series of acoustic multi-effects. This robust and easy-to-use unit offers everything you need to make your guitar sound like a million bucks. It not only aims to be an acoustic preamp, multi-effects pedal and DI box, but the effects specialists at Zoom claim it can change the sound of your acoustic’s body shape, recreate 28 classic guitars and reduce feedback. A collection of 40 digital effects let you add depth, shimmer, and complexity to your sound. The Zoom A3 is a pretty amazing little box.
According to several user reviews of Zoom A3 guitar multi-fx, some users have praised it for the great combination of analog-style controls with digital interface; Excellent-sounding acoustic-specific effects; All-in-one approach really works; Anti-feedback filter; Preamp/DI facilities. But some users also have complained for the footswitches very close together; Recalling patches for live use isn’t as easy as it could be; main EQ has limited range.
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To restoring the factory settings of the Zoom A3, first power on while simultaneously holding the MENU button. When the display appears a message “Are You Sure?”, press the EFFECTS button to start initialization of the program. The Factory Reset procedure is complete.
Warning! This procedure will return all of the settings to Zoom A3 default settings. Be sure you want to erase the memory and return the Zoom A3 to its factory default state before continuing with this procedure. Hopefully the article of “Zoom A3 Hard Reset” was useful.
Reference: Zoom A3 Manual