Designed with both the performing and recording guitarist in mind, the GNX3000 Guitar Workstation® features Component-Based Modeling™ for the most authentic tone you've ever experienced. Until now, critical listening has been the focus for referencing and reproducing amp models. You got a "tone snapshot" of an amp that only captured a fraction of what the amp could do. It was like looking at one frame of film from a two-hour movie: beautiful, but incomplete. Component-Based Modeling™ captures the entire signal path: the cabinet's components and acoustic behavior, the multiple clipping stages, the power feedback and tube saturation characteristics, and the speaker and output transformer interaction. Even cabinet size and composition are factored in. It gets the whole picture, so you get the whole tone. The end result not only sounds like the amp you want, it acts like the amp you want whether playing with a soft touch or digging in. It's an amp modeling breakthrough that must be heard to be believed.
*DigiTech®, GNX4™, Guitar Workstation™, GNX3000™, Whammy®, Talker™, dbx®, X-Series™, CIT™, Metal Master™, Grunge®, DOD® and Audio DNA™ are trademarks of the Harman Music Group Inc. Other names used in this document are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way are associated or affiliated with DigiTech. These trademarks of other manufactures were used to identify products whose sounds were reviewed in the making of this product.
|A/D Converter||24-bit high performance audio|
|Sampling Rate||44.1 kHz throughout|
|DSP Section||4 Audio DNATM DSP Processors|
|Preset Memory||65 User Presets, 65 Factory 1 Presets, 65 Factory 2 Presets|
|USB Type||Type B, supports USB1.1 Full Speed (12 Mbps Bandwidth USB 2.0 compatible)|
|Power Consumption||21.0 Watts|
|Dimensions||18.5" Length x 10.5" Width x 3" Height|
|D/A Converter||24-bit high performance audio|
|Unit Weight||10 lbs.|
Can you make a hypermodel from a hypermodel?Yes, you can. Once you have created a hypermodel, it can now be selected as either a red or green amp and combined with another amp to create a second generation hypermodel.
What is the hard reset for the GNX3000?Power up while holding the STORE button. When the word RESET? appears on the display, let go of STORE, then press and release the MODE button. The unit will reset and ask for a pedal calibration. Put the TOE DOWN, then press and release the flashing footswitch. Then put the TOE UP on the pedal, and press/release the flashing footswitch.
What is the hard reset and pedal calibration for the GNX3000?Power up while holding the STORE button. When the word RESET? appears on the display, let go of STORE, then press and release the MODE button. The unit will reset and ask for a pedal calibration. Put the TOE DOWN, then press and release the flashing footswitch. Then put the TOE UP on the pedal, and press/release the flashing footswitch.
I'm having trouble installing my software, or the software seems to install but then gives me an error message.Connect the GNX3000 to your computer via USB, Go to control panel, system, device manager, click the plus button next to sound video and game controllers. Verify Digitech USB audio device, you should find three USB audio devices associated with the GNX3000 right click and uninstall all three, be careful you only uninstall USB audio devices associated with the GNX3000, Call if you are not sure 801-568-7593. Now disconnect the USB cable from the GNX3000 and perform a factory reset on the GNX3000, the procedure is in the manual. Reconnect the GNX3000 wait until all pop up windows are completed the last one will say your new hardware is installed and ready to use, after you see this message put the software disk in and it will run.
Also verify you have service pac2 installed and .net framework
GNX3000 and Window VistaGNX3000 and Window Vista
If Windows XP drivers are installed onto a Windows Vista computer the Windows Vista computer may blue screen when attempting to launch X-Edit. Windows XP drivers must be uninstalled from the Windows Vista computer.
To uninstall: Digitech drivers.
1. Connect the Digitech GNX3000 to the same USB port that the unit was connected to when the drivers were installed.
2. Apply power to the Digitech processor.
3. Select start>all programs>control panel>switch to classic view>system>device manager>sound video and game controllers.
4. You should see Digitech drivers.
5. Right click on the Digitech driver one at a time and choose uninstall.
Close all Windows.
I recommend running the GNX3000 in WDM mode when running Windows Vista.
Disconnect the USB cable and put the GNX3000 into WDM mode:
Changing USB Mode (ASIO/Mac or WDM)
1. Turn off the GNX3000.
2. Press and hold the MODE button.
3. While holding the MODE button, turn the GNX3000 on.
3. Use the DATA WHEEL to change the USB mode, Choose WDM
4. Turn off the GNX3000.
5. Re-connect the USB cable
6. Turn on the GNX3000. The selected USB mode is now active.
Let Windows Vista install default drivers,
Pro Tracks Plus Setup: See page 108 in the GNX3000 owner's manual:
Setting Up the GNX3000 MIDI Device
Also see page 109:
Setting up Pro Tracks PlusTM for GNX3000 Audio
You can download a Vista compatible version of X-Edit from the URL below: