Housed in a rugged metal casing, the AX3000G builds on the basic design of the earlier AX1000G and AX1500G, with a few adjustments, refinements and new features. It packs over 72 models and effects sounds. These include a wide array of vintage modern amps, cabs, pedals, and pickups; a full slate of standard effects such as chorus, delay, and reverb; plus some brand new effects such as Filtron. A built-in expression pedal can be used in the standard ways for volume and wah, but also can be assigned to other parameters to provide an additional layer of realtime control and unusual effects. Featuring Korg’s proprietary “REMS” modeling technology, the AX3000G delivers high-quality modeling sounds and numerous ways to control those sounds in real time.
According to several user reviews of Korg ax3000g multi-fx pedal, some users have praised it for the simple to use; sensible range of features. Also, users have complained it for the control knobs which feel a bit fragile; the price; distortion is bad.
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To restoring the factory settings of Korg ax3000g, you must power on while simultaneously holding the UP, DOWN, and EXIT button, and then press WRITE button to start initialization of the program. The Factory Reset procedure is complete.
Warning! This procedure will return all of the settings to the values when the Korg ax3000g was shipped from the factory. Be sure you want to erase the memory and return the RP70 to its factory default state before continuing with this procedure. Hopefully the article of “Korg ax3000g Hard Reset” was useful.
Reference: Korg ax3000g Manual