Zoom G5n Manual

 

OPERATION MANUAL

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Contents

It's a volume pedal, a wah pedal and a pitch bender, all in one. Plug the FP02M into your Zoom guitar or bass effects device to add real-time control over volume, wah or pitch, as well as effects parameters such as modulation rate, distortion gain, and delay or reverb level. Rugged enough for the road, the FP02M sports an all-metal chassis and comes with a ¼' to ¼' connection cable.

Usage and safety precautions…………… 2 Introduction ………………………………… 3 Terms used in this manual ……………… 3 Part names ………………………………… 4 Turning the power on …………………… 6 Display information ……………………… 7 Adjusting effects…………………………… 9 Using the output booster ………………… 17 Adjusting the master level ……………… 17 Using patches ……………………………… 18 Changing USB audio settings …………… 24 Changing various settings ……………… 27

Using the tuner …………………………… 33 Using rhythms……………………………… 39 Using the looper…………………………… 41 Using the pedal …………………………… 45 Setting the tempo ………………………… 46 Using as an audio interface……………… 47 Adjusting the pedal ……………………… 48 Restoring default settings and patches … 49 Updating the firmware …………………… 50 Troubleshooting …………………………… 53 Rhythm List ………………………………… 54 Specifications ……………………………… 55

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Usage and safety precautions

Safety Precautions

In this manual, symbols are used to highlight warnings and cautions that you must read to prevent accidents. The meanings of these symbols are as follows:

Something that could cause serious injury Warning or death.

Something that could cause injury or Caution damage to the equipment.

Other symbols

Required (mandatory) actions

Prohibited actions

Warning

Operation using an AC adapter

Use only a ZOOM AD-16 AC adapter with this unit.

Do not do anything that could exceed the ratings of outlets and other electrical wiring equipment.

Alterations

Never open the case or attempt to modify the product.

Precautions

Product handling

Do not drop, bump or apply excessive force to the unit.

Be careful not to allow foreign objects or liquids to enter the unit.

Operating environment

Do not use in extremely high or low temperatures.

Do not use near heaters, stoves and other heat sources.

Do not use in very high humidity or near splashing water.

Do not use in places with excessive vibrations.

Do not use in places with excessive dust or sand.

AC adapter handling

When disconnecting the AC adapter from an outlet, always pull the body of the adapter itself.

During lightning storms or when not using the unit, disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet.

Connecting cables with input and output jacks

Always turn the power OFF for all equipment before connecting any cables.

Always disconnect all connection cables and the AC adapter before moving the unit.

Volume

Do not use the product at a loud volume for long period of time.

Usage Precautions

Interference with other electrical equipment

In consideration of safety, the has been designed to minimize the emission of electromagnetic radiation from the device and to minimize external electromagnetic interference. However, equipment that is very susceptible to interference or that emits powerful electromagnetic waves could result in interference if placed nearby. If this occurs, place the and the other device farther apart. With any type of electronic device that uses digital control, including the , electromagnetic interference could cause malfunction, corrupt or destroy data and result in other unexpected trouble. Always use caution.

Cleaning

Use a soft cloth to clean the panels of the unit if they become dirty. If necessary, use a damp cloth that has been wrung out well. Never use abrasive cleansers, wax or solvents, including alcohol, benzene and paint thinner.

Malfunction

If the unit becomes broken or malfunctions, immediately disconnect the AC adapter, turn the power OFF and disconnect other cables. Contact the store where you bought the unit or ZOOM service with the following information: product model, serial number and specific symptoms of failure or malfunction, along with your name, address and telephone number.

Copyrights

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Introduction

More advanced user interface

We have made the stompbox-style user interface developed for our G series even more advanced. An Overview Display that allows you to see all the effects being used in the patch at a glance has been added to the 4 Unit Displays.

Detailed emulations of amp and cabinet characteristics

The delivers studio-quality sound with precise emulations of circuit operations and tube amp characteristics along with cabinets modeled using impulse responses.

Download new effects and patches

Our free Effects/Patch Manager software for Windows and MacOS allows you to regularly download new effects and patches created by ZOOM. For detailed information, see the ZOOM website (http://www.zoom.co.jp/downloads/).

Terms used in this manual

Patch

The can store up to 200 patches with effect parameter settings and ON/OFF states.

Bank

A set of four patches is called a 'bank'.

Unit

Each 'Unit' combines a Unit Display, 4 parameter knobs and a foot switch.

Large effect

An effect that uses multiple units is called a 'large effect'.

* A printed list of effect parameters is not included with the . Please download a copy from the ZOOM website. http://www.zoom.co.jp/

Part names

Front panel

Overview Display

TYPE keys

Unit Display

Parameter knobs (In explanations, these will be shown like this:

)

Footswitches FS1–FS4

TUNER switch

BANK/SCROLL switches

Mode switch

TAP switch

Rear panel

INPUT jack AUX IN jack

OUTPUT jacks

Pedal switch

Portable

music player, etc.

Guitar amp

Guitar

Monitor speakers

Part names

Control knob/enter key

MENU key

MASTER LEVEL knob

Expression pedal

BOOST knob

TONE knob

CONTROL IN jack

PHONES jack

USB port

POWER switch

DC 9V

AC adapter connector

Dedicated AC adapter (AD-16)

FP01/FP02

Headphones

Computer

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Turning the power on

To turn the power on

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Using the eco setting

When eco mode is ON, the will automatically turn off if it is not used for 10 hours.

Display information

Display in STOMP mode

Overview Display

HINT

The effects currently shown on the 4 Unit Displays have white backgrounds.

Unit Display

Standard effect

Parameter names

Parameter values

Large effect

Parameter names

Parameter values

Switching unit display contents

Press to switch between showing parameters and effect names.

Display information

Display in MEMORY mode

Overview Display

Unit Display

Patch number

Patch name

Adjusting effects

Press

to change to STOMP mode.

Turning effects ON/OFF

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[OFF]

[ON]

NOTE

has special functions for some effect types. The parameter function assigned to is

Manual

shown on the Unit Display with white letters on a dark background.

Ordinary

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Selecting effect types

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Adjusting effects

NOTE

The allows you to combine up to 9 effects in whatever order you like. If limits on the processing

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Overview Display

Unit Display

Selecting effect categories

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While pressing and holding, press to change effect categories in reverse order.

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Adjusting effects

Adjusting parameters

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Scrolling effect displays

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Note about effect displays

Zoom G5n Manual Instructions

You can check the effects the is using at a glance on the Overview Display. The effects currently shown on the Unit Displays have white backgrounds.

Adjusting effects

Adding effects

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t 5VSO to select ADD.

NOTE

If 9 effects are already in use, ADD will not be shown.

t 1SFTT to open the ADD screen.

t 5VSO

to select where the effect will be added.

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Adjusting effects

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t 1SFTT to select the effect type.

Manual For Zoom G5n

Unit Display

Overview Display

Completing the addition of effects

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t 1SFTT .

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Adjusting effects

Deleting effects

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t 5VSO

to select the effect to delete.

t 1SFTT .

t 1SFTT

to delete the effect.

Adjusting effects

HINT

Turn

to cancel deletion.

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Changing the effect order

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t 5VSO to select CHAIN.

t 1SFTT to open the CHAIN screen.

Adjusting effects

t 5VSO

to select the effect to swap.

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t 5VSO

to swap with the next effect in the chain.

t 1SFTT

to end selection of the effect.

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t 1SFTT .

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Using the output booster

The output booster function affects the signal just before output, emulating a tube booster.

Setting the boost level

t 5VSO .

NOTE

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Adjusting the audio quality

t 5VSO .

Knob centered

Frequencies are not adjusted.

Knob turned left

Low frequencies are emphasized.

Knob turned right

High frequencies are emphasized.

Adjusting the master level

t 5VSO

.

NOTE

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