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PDF Content Summary: Owner's manual Sec Contents PRECAUTIONS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 01 Features---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 02 Quick Tour--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 03-15 Top Panel------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 03-05 Back Panel------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 06-07 Recommended Setup------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 08-09 Start----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10 Home Display------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10 Signal Chain Display------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 11 Select Preset------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12 Preset Editing-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13-14 Saving Preset------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15 TUNER------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 16 LOOPER---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17 GLB-EQ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18 FX LOOP------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 19-23 Expression pedal------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24-25 CTRL--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 26 Setting Procedure-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 26 System Setting--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 27-43 INPUT--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 27 28 OUTPUT------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- USB AUDIO------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 29-30 MIDI------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31-37 FS MODE-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 38-39 FS COLOR----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 40 TAP------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 41 SCREEN------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 42 PARA PREF---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 42 RESET--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 43 Effect Block-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 44-78 COMP---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 44 WAH------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 45-47 FXA/FXB--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 48-50 OD/DS----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 51-54 IR-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 55 NS------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 56 TONE CAP------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 57-71 EQ--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 72-73 FX LOOP------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 73 DELAY----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 74-75 REVERB--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 76-77 Trail Function--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 78 MNRS file loading-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------79 Specifications----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 80-81 PRECAUTIONS *Please read carefully before proceeding* Power Supply Please connect the designated AC adapter to an AC outlet of the correct voltage. Please be sure to use only an AC adapter which supplies 9V DC 2A , center negative. Unplug the AC power adapter when not in use or during electrical storms. Highly recommend to use the original power supply. Connections Always turn off the power of this and all other equipment before connecting or disconnecting, this will help prevent malfunction and / or damage to other devices. Also make sure to disconnect all connection cables and the power cord before moving this unit. Cleaning Clean only with a soft, dry cloth. If necessary, slightly moisten the cloth. Do not use abrasive cleanser, cleaning alcohol, paint thinners, wax, solvents, cleaning fluids, or chemical-impregnated wiping cloths. Interference with other electrical devices Radios and televisions placed nearby may experience reception interference. Operate this unit at a suitable distance from radios and televisions. Location To avoid deformation, discoloration, or other serious damage, do not expose this unit to the following conditions: ● Direct sunlight ● Extreme temperature or humidity ● Magnetic fields ● High humidity or moisture ● Excessively dusty or dirty locations ● Strong vibrations or shocks ● Heat sources FCC certification This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: ● This device may not cause harmful interference. ● This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 01 Features ● High-quality AMP models that utilize MOOER's non-linear digital amp modelling technology and IR-based speaker cab models to emulate the same dynamics and feel of a real tube amp. ● TONE CAPTURE allows you to sample and capture your real-life amplifier, stompbox, guitar, or cabinet to create brand new digital sound models. ● 108 preamp models captured from real-life amplifiers, 164 high-quality effects, 43 IR-based factory speaker cab models. Supports 2048 sample point third-party impulse response files. ● Programmable FX LOOP with optional signal chain routing for easy integration of your favorite effects and ultimate flexibility for 4-cable method. ● Stereo outputs (1/4" and XLR) with independent signal chain routing. Flexibility to send different parts of your virtual rig to different devices. ● MIDI IN/MIDI OUT with easy mapping and external CTRL switching to control your other pedals and amps. ● Programmable footswitches with user selectable LED colors and assignable functions allowing complete user customization of the control scheme. ● Intuitive and simple UI makes for fast and easy creation of tone presets. ● Supports up to two external expression pedals. 02 Quick Tour Top Panel 09 10 03 01LCD screen 5-inch 854*480 LCD chromatic monitor displays the GUI. 02<< >> Scroll parameter pages left and right in the GUI. 03SELECT Rotate / Press to make selections within the GUI. 04Knob 1 ‒ 5 Adjust individual parameters in the GUI.

05 SCREEN MENUS DISPLAY: Toggles between FOOTSWITCH VIEW and SIGNAL CHAIN on the GUI home-screen. Press to return home from other screens. GLB-EQ: Global EQ settings menu. CTRL: Configure, assign, and customize footswitch settings. SYSTEM: Global system settings menu. SAVE: Save PRESET menu. EXP: EXP1 and EXP2 settings and calibration menu.

06EXP1 / EXP2 LED Displays the ON/OFF status of the EXP pedals. EXP1: LED will illuminate when an external expression pedal 1 is detected at the EXP1 input. EXP2: LED will illuminate when an external expression pedal 2 is detected at the EXP2 input. 07MASTER Independent volume controls for XLR, headphones & 1/4” jack outputs.

08 ↑ / ↓ Preset BANK UP / BANK DOWN footswitches. 04 0910 EFFECT BLOCK Press to enter effect block editing screen. Press to toggle effect block on/off. LED displays the on/off status of the effect block. CTRL 1 ‒ 3 & A, B, C GE300 LITE offers three different footswitch modes. (Refer to CTRL and FS mode section) CTRL3 FS MODE 1: Assign functions via CTRL button. FS MODE 2: Assign functions via CTRL button/selected preset from top column. FS MODE 3: Assign functions via selected preset from two banks. A , B , C FS MODE 1: Select corresponding preset A , B , or C. FS MODE 2: Assign functions via CTRL button/selected preset from bottom column. FS MODE 3: Assign functions via selected preset from two banks. A + B = TUNER B + C = LOOPER 05

01020304 12 13 Guitar/Line Switch Switch input level between guitar and line. AUX IN 1/8"stereo jack to connect external media devices for audio playback. 1/4'' INPUT Instrument input EXP1/EXP2 1⁄4"stereo jack/external expression pedal input. Can be set as AMP CTRL to switch between channels of connected amplifier. 01 0203 04 05 Back Panel 06 06 08 07 09 10 11

SEND/RETURN 05Mono effects loop SEND: 1⁄4"mono jack output RETURN:1⁄4"mono jack input The SEND/RETURN can be used to connect an external effects pedal or to setup the 4-cable method connection. 06OUTPUT 2 x 1⁄4"mono jack L = MONO output L + R = STEREO output 07PHONES Dedicated headphone output 1⁄4"stereo jack 08XLR OUT 2 x Balanced XLR output with Ground/Lift switch. L = MONO output L + R = STEREO output 09GND/LIFT Switch Grounding switch of XLR balanced output. 10MIDI port For MIDI IN/OUT (can be set up to MIDI IN/OUT manually) 11USB USB Type-B port to record digital audio directly in to a PC, update firmware, and interface with official MOOER software to edit and import/export presets. 12I/O Power ON/OFF switch.

13 DC IN Connect GE300 Lite power supply. 07

Recommended Setup Connecting to FRFR (Full range, flat response) speaker cabinets: Turn on AMP and CAB SIM Blocks. AUDIO INTERFACE/STUDIO MONITOR STAGE MONITOR OR PA SYSTEM GUITAR Connecting to a power amp or FX Loop: Turn on AMP Block. Try turning on/off tube setting to achieve your desired tone. Connecting to Guitar Amplifer + FRFR Device: Turn on AMP and CAB SIM blocks. CAB SIM block should be placed at the end of the effects chain. From the system menu, set 1/4" output to OFF and XLR output to ON.

RETURN OF AMP 07 GUITAR HEADSET

CONNECTING SPEAKER RETURN 08 4-Cable Method: Turn on FX LOOP block. Turn off AMP and CAB blocks. Set FX Loop to"Serial". Place stompboxes such as wah, compression, pre-EQ, octave, etc., before SEND. Modulation, Delay, reverb effects are recommended to be placed after RETURN. Connecting to a Guitar Amplifier or traditional FX LOOP: We recommend turning off AMP and CAB blocks. 09 GUITAR GUITAR CONNECT RETURN OF AMP / POWER AMPLIFIER AMP INPUT FX LOOP RETURN FX LOOP SEND FRFR DEVICE Start 1. Connect the GE300 Lite with your preferred setup. 2. Turn the MASTER volume control all the way down. XLR MA STE R 3. Plug in the power supply and switch on the GE300 LITE. 4. Rotate the MASTER volume control slowly until reaching a comfortable level. O UTPU T& MAS TER Home Display The GE300 Lite has 2 main home displays. FOOTSWITCH DISPLAY and SIGNAL CHAIN DISPLAY. Press the DISPLAY button at any time to return home. Press the DISPLAY button again to toggle between the 2 home displays. FOOTSWITCH DISPLAY This display is ideal for live performance. It displays various information about the current preset, in/out levels, and footswitch functions. INPUT and OUTPUT LEVEL Displays the current signal level being received from the EXP 1/EXP2 INPUT, main output, XLR Displays the current function output and headphone output. assigned to EXP1/EXP2. TAP TEMPO BPM, CPU USAGE and OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1: DS/OD Gain BPM 120.0 50% TRAIL OFF EXP2: AMP Gain Trail Display PRESET NUMBER + PRESET NAME 01B UK BOX DS/OD ON/OFF FX B A, B, C & CTRL 1 ‒ 3 Displays the function of A B C CTRL footswitches 1,2,3 01 A 01 B 01 C and A, B, C 10 Signal Chain Display The GE300 LITE has a customizable signal chain. From the HOME DISPLAY you can edit the order of your effects blocks and rearrange the SEND/RETURN, XLR OUT, and master OUTPUT. INPUT and OUTPUT LEVEL Displays the current signal level being received in the INPUT, main output, XLR output and headphone output. TAP TEMPO BPM, CPU USAGE and Trail Display 11 EXP 1/EXP2 Displays the current function assigned to EXP1/EXP2. OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1: DS/OD Gain BPM 120.0 60% TRAIL OFF EXP2: AMP Gain PRESET NUMBER + PRESET NAME 01B UK BOX The displayed number is the bank number. Press BANK UP / BANK DOWN footswitches to scroll through different banks. Change between presets within the bank by using A, B, C footswitches or by rotating the SELECT control knob. COMP WAH FX A DS/OD AMP CAB A, B, C & CTRL 1 ‒ 3 Displays the function of REVERB DELAY FX B EQ TONE CAPNS CTRL footswitches 1,2,3 Sensitvitv Output and A, B, C 50 0dB Relevant value of the effect block Select Preset The GE300 Lite has 13 effects blocks. The order of effects chain, the type of effects, the value of effects, expression pedal control, and CTRL footswitch can all be stored into different preset patches for recalling. The GE300 Lite has 85 banks, each with 3 preset patches for 255 preset slots total. 16A Preset Bank Number Preset (Each preset bank has three presets slots A, B, C) Press ▲▼to switch between different presets. The screen will show the number and name of the current bank. Press A, B, or C to select the corresponding preset. Notice: 1. In the footswitch display, you can switch presets by rotating the SELECT knob. 2. GE300 Lite set 3 different footswitches. Please refer to FS mode for more information. 3. GE300 Lite has 162 factory presets. Bank 1-27 are presets with the cab sim on designed for connecting to headphones, PA system, mixer or other FRFR device. Banks 28-54 are presets with the cab sim off, for connecting to a power amp directly. 4. When in the bank select display, press the BANK UP and BANK DOWN footswitches simultaneously to go back to the home display. 12 Preset Editing 1. Effect Block ON/OFF ON: When the effect block is off (The LED button is off), press relevant effect block LED button to turn on (The LED button is on). OFF: When the effect is on (The LED button is on), press the effect block LED button to select it and then press a second time to turn off (The LED button is off). Notice: If an effect block is on, press twice to quickly turn it off. 2. Value Editing A. Normal Aadjustment ● Press the desired effect block button to enter an effect page. ● Rotate SELECT to navigate to the desired effect (Some effect blocks, for example TONE CAPTURE and FX LOOP, only have one effect to choose from). ● Rotate knobs 1-5 to edit the value. ● Press SELECT to switch between rolls ● Some effects have more than one page of parameters. The page number will be on the top left of the adjusting display. Press the <> to scroll between different pages of parameters. OU TPUT INPUT XLR OU T EXP1: DS/OD Gain BPM 120.0 50% TRAIL OFF EXP2: AMP SM57 U47 15 High Cut Gain 1 2 2 17: UK 212 1 2 3 4 5 5 8 20 Mic 1 Center 1 Distance 1 Mic 2 Center 2 off Distance 2 Low cut off Pattern 1 Early 15 0dB Output 13 B. Effect chain display adjustment OUTPUT XLROUT EXP1: AMP Master ● Press DISPLAY to enter effect chain display. ● Rotate SELECT to navigate to the desired effect. ● Rotate knobs 1-5 to adjust the parameters shown right under the effect chain. 13C Jungle Riff ● More parameters can be accessed by <> page scroll button. FX A DS/OD REVERB DELAY CAB Notice: Home display adjustment supports quick editing of the current effect. To turn effect block On/Off or change effect type, please press corresponding effect block button. Notice: 1. To prevent signal feedback, RETURN cannot be set in front of SEND. 2. The parameter shown under the effect chain can be adjusted by the 1-5 knobs.14 INPUT BPM 114.2 68% TR AIL OFF EXP2: DS/OD Output COMP WAH EQ TONE CAP Waveform 1 Pitch 1 Attack 1 Level 1 Filter NS AMP Sin -12.0 50 50 off 1 2 3 4 5 3. Effect chain editing GE300 LITE has a customizable effect chain with 12 effect blocks and 4 input and outputs. The order changed by users in the effect chain display. Moving effect block: ● Press DISPLAY once or twice (depending on the current display screen) to enter effect chain display. ● Rotate SELECT to navigate the yellow cursor above the effect to move. ● Press SELECT knob to confirm pick up of the effect. The cursor will turn red. ● Rotate SELECT knob to the position you desire. Press again to drop the effect. Cursor will change back to yellow. Moving input and output ● There are 4 input and outputs: 6.35mm (1/4') output, XLR output, FX LOOP SEND, and FX LOOP RETURN. All of them are customizable. ● Press and hold SELECT for 1.5 seconds to enter input/output selection mode. The cursor will switch to input/output or light up the input/output icon. ● Rotate SELECT to select a desired input/output. ● Press SELECT to pick up an input/output. The icon will turn red. ● Rotate SELECT to a desired position. Press SELECT again to drop the input/output. The icon will turn back to yellow. ● Press and hold SELECT for 1.5 seconds to quit the I/O selection mode. FX B Waveform 1 Pitch 1 Attack 1 Level 1 Filter Sin -12.0 50 50 off Saving Preset You can save the presets after you finish editing. Below is the saving procedure: 1. Press SAVE to enter saving menu. 2. Rotate SELECT to select a preset slot in which to save. 3. Press SELECT to access preset name editing. 4. Utilize knobs 1-5 to select the desired character You can edit 5 characters at a time. Press SELECT to switch to next 5 character for editing. 5. Press SAVE again to confirm saving. Pressing any other button before pressing SAVE will cancel the saving process. 01A 16A US Deluxe SAVE A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 _ 16A SAVE 01A US Deluxe 1 2 3 4 5 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 _ Notice: Preset names in the GE300 Lite supports up to 15 characters. 15 TUNER 1. Press A&B simultaneously to access the TUNER. 2. Play the guitar string and the display will show the name and pitch of the note. 3. Tune your guitar to match the pitch. 4. Rotate knob 1 to switch between MUTE and BYPASS mode. 5. Rotate knob 2 to calibrate the tuning frequency from 435Hz-445Hz. 6. Press any footswitch except for BANK UP and BANK DOWN to exit the TUNER. TUNER G MUTE A=440Hz 1 2 Notice: You can set the CTRL footswitch to the TUNER function. Please refer to CTRL section. 16 LOOPER The GE300 Lite has a fully integrated loop station with up to 30 minutes of loop time. Press footswitch B + C simultaneously to enter/exit the LOOPER. OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1: DS//OD Gain Record display bar. Showing the recording LOOPER time in seconds. UNDO REC VOL REC VOL. Adjust the record input volume DUB REC ONCE STOP CLEAR using control knob 1. BPM 120.0 50% TRAIL OFF EXP2: FX B Depth : 50 REVERSE1/2 SPEED PLAY LOOPER INSTRUCTIONS REC: When the track is empty, press footswitch A to start recording. The REC indicator will turn green , and the count-off will start. PLAY: Press footswitch A again to stop recording and begin playback. The PLAY indicator will turn green . DUB: During PLAY mode, press footswitch A to DUB another track. The DUB indicator will turn green . You can dub tracks as much as you'd like. UNDO/REDO: When there are at least two DUB tracks, users can press CTRL 1 to undo the last track. Press CTRL 1 again to redo the track. REVERSE: Press CTRL 2 to play the track in reverse. The count-of will count in reverse as well. 1/2 SPEED: Press CTRL 3 to play the tracks at half speed of the original. The pitch of the track will be one octave lower. The counting bar will run at half speed as well. ONCE: Press footswitch B to stop playing tracks after playing back once. STOP/CLEAR: Press footswitch C to stop playback. STOP will turn green. Press and hold footswitch C to access CLEAR. All the tracks will be deleted, and STOP will turn black again. PLAY VOL Adjust the looper playback volume using 1 REC VOL: 50 TIME 6.0 2 control knob 2. REC DUB Notice 1. Looper will keep running in the background if you quit during playback mode or recording mode. You can use the GE300 Lite's other functions as you like, for example, preset editing, CTRL footswitch actions, or switching between presets. 2. The LOOPER will automatically save the recorded files even after it turns off. 3. REC VOL and PLAY VOL are set to 50 as the default value. You can adjust them to your preference. 17 Control menu Using CTRL1, CTRL2,CTRL3, and A, B, C to control corresponding function. GLB-EQ GLB-EQ is the global equalization setting for the 1⁄4” (6.35mm) output, XLR output and headphone output. ● Press GLB-EQ to access Global-EQ ● Rotate and press SELECT to navigate to the desired parameters, utilize knob 2-5 to adjust. ● Rotate knob 1 to turn on/off of global-EQ. The LED button will indicate the On/Off. GLB-EQ 1: Headphone&Output 2 3 4 5 200HZ 0dB 750HZ 0 dB Lo Freq Lo Gain Mid Freq Mid Gain 1 OFF 200HZ 0dB off off Hi Freq Hi Gain Lo Cut Freq Hi Cut Freq Notice: The LED button will light up when there is at least one output with Global EQ function on. The LED button will turn off when none of the outputs have Global EQ function on. 18 FX LOOP G 300 LITE has built-in FX LOOP meeting demands from different situations. E 1. For external stompboxes ● You can simply connect your own stompboxes into the FX LOOP as the diagram shows. GUITAR OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1: DS/OD Gain OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1: DS/OD Gain BPM 120.0 50% TRAIL OFF EXP2:FX B Depth BPM 120.0 50% TRAIL OFF EXP2:FX B Depth 01A US Deluxe 01A US Deluxe COMP DS/OD COMP DS/OD REVERB DELAY EQ NS REVERB DELAY EQ NS Dr v Wet Loop Mode 0 100 Series ● Adjust the position of the SEND and RETURN as you wish. Picture below: External pedal is placed between Below is an example, the external pedal is placed between FXB and Delay of GE300 LITE. delay and noise gate of GE300 LITE. 19 WAH FX A CAB WAH FX A CAB FX B FX B Send Level Return Level Send Level Return Level 0dB 0dB0dB +3.0dB TONE CAPAMP TONE CAPAMP ● Press FX LOOP button to turn on FX LOOP. The FX LOOP can be set to SERIAL and PARALLEL mode. External pedals External pedals FX B EQ FX B EQ Serial mode, SEND and RETURN are in the same Parallel mode, SEND and RETURN are in the same position of the effect chain, turn on FX LOOP position of the effect chain, turn on FX LOOP External pedals External pedals FX B NS FX B EQ TONE CAP NS TONE CAP Serial mode, SEND and RETURN are in two different position of the effects chain, turn on FX LOOP 20 Parallel mode, SEND and RETUTN are in two different position of the effects chain, turn on FX LOOP 2. 4-cable method The setting of 4-cable method is mentioned in the recommended setting section. See the detailed information in the picture below. GUITAR Method A Separate the effect chain in to two parts via the FX LOOP. The effects in front of SEND are connected with the INPUT of the amplifier while the effects after the RETURN connected with the SEND of amplifier directly. For example, the wah, compressor, overdrive, distortion, pitch shift can be placed in front of the INPUT of amplifier; the modulation, delay, reverb should be placed after the preamp of amplifier. ● Set the 4-cable method as the diagram shows above. ● Press the FX LOOP button to enter and turn on the FX LOOP page. Set FX LOOP to SERIAL mode. ● Turn on the effects that you wish to use. Set the desired effects in front of SEND or after RETURN. 21 AMP INPUT FX LOOP RETURN FX LOOP SEND

300 LITE SEND to INPUT of amplifier GE GUITAR COMP WAH FX A DS/OD FX A DS/OD REVERB DELAY FX B EQ NS GE300 LITE RETURN to the SEND of amplifier GE300 LITE RETURN to the SEND of amplifier

GE 300 LITE OUTPUT to the RETURN of amplifier COMP WAH FX A DS/OD REVERB DELAY FX B EQ NS These effects are in front of INPUT of amplifier These effects are places between SEND and RETURN of amplifier. Notice: For avoiding misunderstanding, picture above hides the effect blocks that will not used in this method, for example, AMP, CAB, TONE CAPTURE. 22 Method B Utilizing 4-cable method to switch between the GE300 Lite effect chain and the external effect chain. For example, you can switch between the preamp model in the GE300 Lite and the preamp of an external real-life amplifier. ● Set the 4-cable method as the diagram shows above. ● Press FX LOOP button to enter FX LOOP page and turn it on. Set FX LOOP to SERIAL mode. ● Turn on the effects that you wish to use. Set the SEND right in front of the amp model, connecting to the INPUT of amp. Set the RETURN right after the amp model, connecting to the SEND of the amp. ● Set a CTRL footswitch to access the ON/OFF of FX LOOP. (Refer to the CTRL footswitch section.)

RETURN GE 300 LITE SEND to INPUT of amplifier SEND SEND to speaker INPUT SEND to speaker INPUT SEND SEND SEND RETURN RETURN GUITAR COMP FX A DS/OD AMP DS/OD AMP GUITAR GUITAR COMP COMP COMP FX A FX A FX A FX A FX A FX A DS/OD AMP DS/OD AMP DS/OD AMP DS/OD AMP DS/OD AMP VOL REVERB DELAY FX B EQ NS NS VOL REVERB DELAY FX B EQ VOL REVERB DELAY FX B EQ VOL REVERB DELAY FX B EQ NS NS NS NS GE 300 LITE OUTPUT to the RETURN of amplifier OUTPUT to speaker RETURN

● You can switch the FX LOOP on/off to switch between internal preamp model and external real-life amplifier. ● This method can be used when connecting to other external effects. You can set the other switch to change between external effect and the internal effects of GE300 LITE. Notice:To avoid feedback, RETURN cannot be placed in front of SEND. 23 Expression pedal The GE300 Lite has two ports (EXP 1 & EXP 2) for accessing external expression pedals. Press EXP button to enter expression pedal menu. Select EXP 1 or EXP 2 to set up.

EXP EXP EXP Function Merge

EXT CTRL: Set the CTRL footswitch to control the channel switching of external real-life amplifier. (Refer to the CTRL-EXT CTRL section) Function: Select the parameter controlled by expression pedal. Calibrate: Calibration expression pedal. Merge: Multi-parameter control function. Calibrate We recommend calibrating the expression pedal before the first use. You can also recalibrate the expression pedal if it is not working normally. Below is the calibration procedure: ● Enter Calibrate menu. ● Raise the expression pedal to heel down position. Press SELECT to confirm the MIN. ● Press the expression pedal to toe down position. Press SELECT TO confirm the MAX. ● If the calibration fails, please try procedures above again. EXP MIN MAX EXT1 CTRL OFF Notice: The EXP ports of GE300 LITE support TRS cable expression pedal with 10k-100k ohm impedance value. Please check the specifications of your expression pedal before connecting. 1 2 CLICK TO ACCEPT 24 Function ● Select Function in EXP1/EXP2 menu via rotate and press SELECT. ● Rotate SELECT to select an effect to control. Rotate knob 1 to select a parameter. ● Press SELECT to confirm. Then you can press expression pedal to activate it and control the parameter of the effect. EXP SELECT AMP 02: 65 U S DX

Gain 1 Bass Bass Mid Treble Preamp out Presence Bias Master

Merge MERGE allows you to simultaneously control any parameters, from any effects block, between any end points, in any direction using an expression pedal. Below is the procedure: ● Enter EXP1/EXP2 menu, select Merge via SELECT to enter Merge menu. ● Press SELECT to skip the tips page. ● Press effect block button of the effect to enter relevant effect page you wish to set up. ● Press expression pedal to toe down position/heel down position, then set the parameters as you wish in the current effect ● Press expression pedal to set to the other position and then set other parameters as you wish in the effect. ● You can see the changing range of the parameter shown by the blue arc (when you use EXP1 for Merge), or purple arc (when you use EXP2 for Merge). ● Move the expression pedal and the parameters you set should change in unison. Notice: Th expression pedal needs to be in toe down/heel down position before editing the desired parameters. Tips 1. Expression pedal cannot switch between different effect types. 2. The function menu will show the parameters of current effect block only. Parameters from other effects cannot be shown. 3. Please remember to SAVE after any changes are made. 4. If you have already set the Function or parameters of an effect, then change the effect to another that does not have the parameter that the previous one has. Function will be automatically set to control the first parameter of the current effect. 25 CTRL The GE300 Lite can access editing control footswitches. The number of the control footswitches depends on the current FS mode (Refer to FS MODE section for detailed information). Setting Procedure ● In FS mode 1, three control footswitches can be defined. ● In FS mode 2 and 3, six control footswitches can be defined. ● FS mode can be set in the SYSTEM-FS MODE menu. CTRL Press footswitch to assign function COMP DS/OD FX B A B C –– NA –– –– NA –– –– NA –– ● Press CTRL to enter CTRL footswitch setting page. ● Press relevant footswitch to access editing menu ● CTRL footswitch can be set to be saved by current PRESET or GLOBAL via rotating SELECT knob. ● Rotate knob 1, 2, 3 to access relevant function. 1 for the activation type(Latching/Momentary), 2 for the color of footswitch LED, or 3 for the Function. CTRL 1 Yellow Led Color 1: Preset 1 2 3 Latching Type MUTE Function Note: In the sub-patch, on/off,mute or EXT CTRL function.footswitch will change the brightness to indicate the current situation. 26 System Setting Press SYSTEM to enter the system setting menu. Rotate SELECT to navigate to desired parameter. B3.0.3 SYSTEM INPUT OUTPUT USB AUDIO TAP PATA PREF RESET INPUT Global input signal level can be adjusted from INPUT. ● The INPUT LEVEL can be accessed by rotating knob 1. ● INPUT LEVEL ranges from -∞ to +6dB. ● The default setting of GE300 LITE INPUT LEVEL is 0. (No effect to the original signal). INPUT Input Level 27 MIDI FS COLOR FS MODE SCREEN 3 0 dB OUTPUT The level of the 1⁄4" output, headphone output, and XLR output each have independent output controls. Knob 1 for Output Level, knob 2 for Output Mode, and knob 3 for Pan. B3.0.1 OUTPUT Effect/Effect Output Mode Parameter Explanation Value Level Output Mode 1: Headphoe&Output 1 2 3 100 Center Level Pan Adjust the output volume trim. 100 is the default setting. Reducing this number will attenuate the output signal. 0 - 100 There are 4 different output modes which dictate what comes out of the left and right channels of the XLR and main OUTPUT. These settings are here to ensure the GE300 LITE is as flexible as possible for integration with all kinds of rig setups. The default setting is Effect/Effect. Dry: The input signal bypasses GE300 LITE signal processing and is routed directly to the output. Effect: The input signal is fully processed before being routed to the output. Dry/Effect: L=Dry R=Processed Effect/Dry: L=Processed R=Dry Dry/Dry: L+R=Dry Effect/Effect: L+R=Processed Pan Progressively set a panning bias to the left or right output. The default setting is Centre. Dry/Effect, Effect/Dry, Dry/Dry, Effect/Effect L100 ‒ Center ‒ R100 28 USB AUDIO G E 300 Lite supports 24bit, 44.1kHz low-latency USB recording via DAW in Windows and Mac. Windows users need to download and install ASIO driver for the GE300 Lite from the MOOER website. Mac users can use the GE300 Lite for recording without installing the extra driver. B3.0.1 USB AUDIO AUDIO MODE Normal RIGHT OUT Effect LEFT OUT Effect 1 2 3 100 100 50 Rec Vol Play Vol Direct/Play back The parameter can be accessed by rotating the SELECT knob or knob 1, 2, 3. 1. AUDIO MODE Normal: Normal recording mode. GE300 Lite plays the role of audio interface. Re-Amp: The signal will go through the computer then feed to the effects chain of the GE300 Lite. Notice: GE300 Lite is in Normal as factory default. 2. Left Out/Right Out Direct: Outputs your unaltered instrument signal and bypasses the signal processing. Effect: Outputs the fully processed signal from the GE300 Lite. Rec Vol: Adjusts the level of the digital audio sent to your computer. Play Vol: Adjusts the level of the monitor (playback) volume of the GE300 LITE. When Play Vol= 100, USB input level: Hardware input level=1:1 When Play Vol=0, USB input will be muted. Direct/Playback: Direct output means the hardware output of GE300 Lite, Play Back means the USB digital input to GE300 LITE. The value of Direct/Playback refers to the mix rate of the main output and the USB output. Value=50 indicates the hardware output is equal to the USB digital input (=1:1); Value=0 indicates pure hardware output and the USB output will be mute; Value=100 indicates pure USB digital input, the hardware output will be mute. The default setting value of Direct/Playback is 50. 29 3. SETTING PROCEDURE (1) Normal mode Computer Rec Play Vol Vol INPUT DSP MIX (Direct / Playback) OUTPUT ● Set the AUDIO MODE to Normal. ● Open the DAW software and set "MOOER USB AUDIO"as the driver. Set the output as the "Analogue1/Anlogue2" of GE300 LITE. ● Set the Effect/Dry of the left and right output as you wish. ● Create a new project and create a new track. Play the guitar and check the wave of sound. If the wave is distorted, please decrease the Rec Vol. Otherwise please increase the Rec Vol. ● Record a track to check the Play Vol, adjust the Play Vol as you desire. ● If you record guitar with the background music play, you can adjust the play volume and the background track volume by the Direct/Play back. The higher value means the louder the background track, the lower value means the louder the play volume. (2) Re-AMP mode Computer Play Rec Vol Vol DSP OUTPUT ● Re-AMP mode can affect the dry signal delivered by the computer and turn it into the effect signal. ● Open the DAW software, create a new project and set two new tracks. One is for the dry signal, the other is for the blank track. ● Play the dry signal and check if the sound is distorted or not. Adjust the input signal by adjusting the Rec Vol. ● During play, you can edit the effects chain in GE300 LITE as you like to get the best result. The playback volume can be adjusted by the Play Vol. ● Set the AUDIO MODE to Re-AMP. Select the blank track and start recording the dry signal. After playing back the blank track, Re-AMP procedure is finished. Tips 1. For recording normally, please ensure you have set the audio driver of the GE300 LITE as the target driver of your DAW and set the input/output to be the GE300 LITE's input/output. 2. During Re-AMP recording, we recommend not changing any parameters or turning off the GE300 LITE, otherwise the recording may fail. 3. GE300 LITE USB AUDIO is in 44.1kHz 24bit format. We recommend setting the same value for the project in your DAW. 4. Huge latency issues can be caused by buffer size. We recommend adjusting the buffer size to get a low-latency recording. 5. After Re-Amp finishes, set your GE300 Lite back to normal mode to prevent errors that can occur with the guitar signal muting during the next regular recording. 30 MIDI The GE300 LITE can be set to MIDI IN or MIDI OUT. The detailed MIDI mapping settings can be set from the MIDI SETTING menu. V1.0.0 MIDI MIDI IN MIDI OUT 1.MIDI IN MIDI IN MIDI CHANNEL: MIDI IN CHANNEL 16 channel setting. From 1 SYNC CLOCK: MIDI Clock on/off. A to16 channel, or OMNI. clock signal that is broadcast via MIDI SYNC MIDI CLOCK ONto ensure that several MIDI-enabled devices stay in synchronization. CC REFERENCE CC REFERENCE: MIDI CC list. Control Change messages. PC MAPPING: PC mapping list. Used for selecting PC MAPPING Used for controlling parameter values. presets or patches. CC MAPPING: PC mapping list cannot be edited. B3.0.1 MIDI V1.0.0 MIDI FUCTION CC# BANK SELECT 010 0-127 0-1 MIDI BANK PC# 1 2 001 A COMP ON/OFF 011 B WAH ON/OFF 110-127 021 C FX A ON/OFF 120-127 031 A OD/DS ON/OFF 130-127 042 B AMP ON/OFF 140-127 052 C CAB ON/OFF 150-127 063 A NS ON/OFF 16 0-127 0 7 3 B 31 2. MIDI OUT V1.0.0 MIDI Channel: MIDI OUT channel setting. From CHANNEL 16 channel 1 to 16. SEND MIDI CLOCK ON SYNC CLOCK: MIDI Clock on/off. A clock PC MAPPING: PC mapping list. Used for selecting presets or patches. signal that is broadcast via MIDI to PC MAPPING ensure that several MIDI-enabled devices stay in synchronization. V1.0.0 MIDI PC# 1 1A 0 1B11C21D32A42B52C62D 7 32

Please refer to the list below for setting MIDI control. CC# Control Change List CC# Control Change List Function CC# Value Value Function Function Function MIDI BANK SELECT 00-1 STOP STOP COMP ON/OFF 100-127 CLEAR CLEAR WAH ON/OFF 110-127 UNDO/REDO UNDO/REDO FX A ON/OFF 120-127 REVERSE REVERSE OD/DS ON/OFF 130-127 1/2 SPEED 1/2 SPEED AMP ON/OFF 140-127 EXP1 ON/OFF EXP1 ON/OFF CAB ON/OFF 150-127 EXP1 PEDAL EXP1 PEDAL NS ON/OFF 160-127 EXP2 PEDAL EXP2 PEDAL TONE CAP ON/OFF 170-127 CTRL 1 CTRL 1 EQ ON/OFF 180-127 CTRL 2 CTRL 2 FX B ON/OFF 190-127 CTRL 3 CTRL 3 FX LOOP ON/OFF 200-127 CTRL A CTRL A DELAY ON/OFF 210-127 CTRL B CTRL B REVERB ON/OFF 220-127 CTRL C CTRL C LOOPER ENTER/EXIT 230-127 TUNER ENTER/EXIT 240-127 TAP TEMPO 300-127 LOOPER REC/DUB/PLAY 500-127 LOOPER ONCE 51 0-127 0-127 32 CC# CC# CC# CC# 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 5253545556575859606162636465 Value Value Value Value Value 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127 0-127

When controlling the GE300 LITE with a MIDI IN signal, the preset number of the PC code can be customized by the user. 1A1B1C2A2B2C3A3B3C4A4B4C5A5B5C6A6B6C7A7B7C8A8B8C9A9B9C10A 10B 10C PC# Program Change List RX 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 0.10 0.11 0.12 0.13 0.14 0.15 0.16 0.17 0.18 0.19 0.20 0.21 0.22 0.23 0.24 0.25 0.26 0.27 0.28 0.29 11A 11B 11C 12A 12B 12C 13A 13B 13C 14A 14B 14C 15A 15B 15C 16A 16B 16C 17A 17B 17C 18A 18B 18C 19A 19B 19C 20A 20B 20C 21A 21B 21C 22A 43C 0.30 44A 0.31 44B 0.32 44C 0.33 0.34 45A 0.35 45B 0.36 45C 0.37 46A 0.38 46B 0.39 46C 0.40 47A 0.41 0.42 47B 0.43 47C 0.44 48A 0.45 48B 0.46 48C 0.47 49A 0.48 49B 0.49 0.50 49C 0.51 50A 0.52 50B 0.53 50C 0.54 51A 0.55 51B 0.56 51C 52A 0.57 0.58 0.59 52B 0.60 52C 0.61 53A 0.62 53B 0.63 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.24 1.25 1.26 1.27 1.28 1.29 34 PC# Program Change List RX 53C 54A 54B 54C 55A 55B 55C 56A 56B 56C 57A 57B 57C 58A 58B 58C 59A 59B 59C 60A 60B 60C 61A 61B 61C 62A 62B 62C 63A 63B 63C 64A 64B 64C 1.30 1.31 1.32 1.33 1.34 1.35 1.36 1.37 1.38 1.39 1.40 1.41 1.42 1.43 1.44 1.45 1.46 1.47 1.48 1.49 1.50 1.51 1.52 1.53 1.54 1.55 1.56 1.57 1.58 1.59 1.60 1.61 1.62 1.63

When controlling the GE300 LITE with a MIDI IN signal, the preset number of the PC code can be customized by the user. 22B 22C 23A 23B 23C 24A 24B 24C 25A 25B 25C 26A 26B 26C 27A 27B 27C 28A 28B 28C 29A 29B 29C 30A 30B 30C 31A 31B 31C 32A PC# Program Change List RX PC# Program Change List RX 0.64 32B 0.65 32C 0.66 0.67 33A 33B 33C 0.68 34A 0.69 34B 0.70 34C 0.71 35A 0.72 35B 0.73 35C 0.74 36A 36B 0.75 36C 0.76 37A 0.77 37B 0.78 37C 0.79 38A 0.80 38B 0.81 0.82 65A 0.94 65B 0.95 65C 66A 0.96 0.97 0.98 66B 0.99 66C 0.100 67A 0.101 67B 0.102 67C 0.103 68A 0.104 68B 0.105 0.106 68C 0.107 69A 0.108 69B 0.109 69C 0.110 70A 0.111 70B 0.112 70C 71A 38C 0.113 39A 0.114 39B 0.115 0.83 71B 39C 0.116 0.84 71C 40A 0.117 0.85 72A 40B 0.118 0.86 72B 40C 0.119 0.87 72C 41A 0.120 0.88 73A 0.89 73B 41B 0.121 41C 0.122 42A 0.123 0.90 73C 42B 0.124 0.91 74A 42C 0.125 0.92 74B 43A 0.126 0.93 74C 43B 0.127 Notice When GE300 LITE works as a receiver of PC# code and is being controlled by another device, refer to the MIDI Bank settings section. In the list above, 0.XXX means MIDI Bank 0, 1.xxx means MIDI Bank 1. In MIDI Bank 0, PC# code ranges from 1A to 43B. In MIDI Bank 1, PC# code ranges from 43C to 85C. You can customize the PC# code. 1.64 1.65 1.66 1.67 1.68 1.69 1.70 1.71 1.72 1.73 1.74 1.75 1.76 1.77 1.78 1.79 1.80 1.81 1.82 1.83 1.84 1.85 1.86 1.87 1.88 1.89 1.90 1.91 1.92 1.93 35 75A 75B 75C 76A 76B 76C 77A 77B 77C 78A 78B 78C 79A 79B 79C 80A 80B 80C 81A 81B 81C 82A 82B 82C 83A 83B 83C 84A 84B 84C 85A 85B 85C 1.94 1.95 1.96 1.97 1.98 1.99 1.100 1.101 1.102 1.103 1.104 1.105 1.106 1.107 1.108 1.109 1.110 1.111 1.112 1.113 1.114 1.115 1.116 1.117 1.118 1.119 1.120 1.121 1.122 1.123 1.124 1.125 1.126

When controlling the GE300 LITE with a MIDI IN signal, the preset number of the PC code can be customized by the user. 1A1B1C2A2B2C3A3B3C4A4B4C5A5B5C6A6B6C7A7B7C8A8B8C9A9B9C10A 10B 10C PC# Program Change List TX 01234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829 11A 11B 11C 12A 12B 12C 13A 13B 13C 14A 14B 14C 15A 15B 15C 16A 16B 16C 17A 17B 17C 18A 18B 18C 19A 19B 19C 20A 20B 20C 21A 21B 21C 22A 43C 3044A 3144B 3244C 333445A 3545B 3645C 3746A 3846B 3946C 4047A 414247B 4347C 4448A 4548B 4648C 4749A 4849B 495049C 5150A 5250B 5350C 5451A 5551B 5651C 52A 57585952B 6052C 6153A 6253B 63 01234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829 36 PC# Program Change List RX 53C 54A 54B 54C 55A 55B 55C 56A 56B 56C 57A 57B 57C 58A 58B 58C 59A 59B 59C 60A 60B 60C 61A 61B 61C 62A 62B 62C 63A 63B 63C 64A 64B 64C 30313233343536373839404142434445464748495051525354555657585960616263

When controlling the GE300 LITE with a MIDI IN signal, the preset number of the PC code can be customized by the user. 22B 22C 23A 23B 23C 24A 24B 24C 25A 25B 25C 26A 26B 26C 27A 27B 27C 28A 28B 28C 29A 29B 29C 30A 30B 30C 31A 31B 31C 32A PC# Program Change List TX PC# Program Change List RX 6432B 6532C 666733A 33B 33C 6834A 6934B 7034C 7135A 7235B 7335C 7436A 36B 7536C 7637A 7737B 7837C 7938A 8038B 818265A 9465B 9565C 9666A 979866B 9966C 100 67A 101 67B 102 67C 103 68A 104 68B 105 106 68C 107 69A 108 69B 109 69C 110 70A 111 70B 112 70C 71A 38C 113 39A 114 39B 115 8371B 39C 116 8471C 40A 117 8572A 40B 118 8672B 40C 119 8772C 41A 120 8873A 8973B 41B 121 41C 122 42A 123 9073C 42B 124 9174A 42C 125 9274B 43A 126 93 74C 43B 127 Notice When GE300 LITE works as a receiver of PC# code and is being controlled by another device, refer to the MIDI Bank settings section. In the list above, 0.XXX means MIDI Bank 0, 1.xxx means MIDI Bank 1. In MIDI Bank 0, PC# code ranges from 1A to 43B. In MIDI Bank 1, PC# code ranges from 43C to 85C. You can customize the PC# code. 646566676869707172737475767778798081828384858687888990919293 37 75A 75B 75C 76A 76B 76C 77A 77B 77C 78A 78B 78C 79A 79B 79C 80A 80B 80C 81A 81B 81C 82A 82B 82C 83A 83B 83C 84A 84B 84C 85A 85B 85C 949596979899100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126

FS MODE The GE300 Lite has three different footswitch modes to choose from by entering FS MODE. The GE300 LITE is set to MODE 1 as the default setting. For the control footswitch setting, please refer to the CTRL section. MODE 1

B3.0.1 FS MODE MODE 1 CTRL 1 CTRL 2 CTRL 3 2 BANK A B C

Three control footswitches and three preset patches. Switch preset bank by the BANK UP/BANK DOWN footswitch. MODE 2

B3.0.1 FS MODE MODE 2 CTRL 1 CTRL 2 CTRL 3 2 BANK CTRL A CTRL B CTRL C

Six control footswitches. Switch preset bank by using BANK UP/BANK DOWN footswitch. 38

MODE 3 B3.0.1 FS MODE MODE 3 A B C 2 BANK A B C

Six preset footswitches. Switch preset bank by using BANK UP/BANK DOWN footswitch. 39 FS COLOR G 300 LITE offers 7 colors of footswitch LEDs. FS color can be customized by users in the FS COLOR menu. E Users can customize the LED colors in preset mode and looper mode by rotating the SELECT knob and knobs 1-4. You can preview the color in this menu. 40 FS COLOR 1: Preset foot switch color 1 Cyan BANK UP 2 2 2 White White White A B C Cyan BANK UP FS COLOR 2: Looper switch color 1 Cyan BANK UP 2 2 2 White White White A B C Cyan BANK UP TAP TAP TEMPO can be set in the TAP menu. There are two mode of TAP TEMPO, Global and Preset. V1.1.0SYSTEM Preset Global PRESET- The tap tempo is determined by the specific preset. GLOBAL- Master tap tempo that overrides preset settings for tap tempo. Notes: The BPM (Beat Per Minute) will show on the main screen. The Sub-Division of modulation or delay can be controlled by the BPM of tap tempo. OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT BPM 120.0 50% There are two ways to edit BPM: 1. Press SELECT knob and select BPM, rotate SELECT knob to adjust. 2. Assign a footswitch function for Tap tempo. Tap the footswitch to adjust the BPM as you like. 41 SCREEN Rotate control knob 1 to adjust the display screen brightness 42 SCREEN 1 20LOGHT PARA PREF The GE300 LITE offers two parameter adjustment modes. Users can access them in the PARA PREF menu. Default B3.0.3 PARA PREF Parameter Preferences Maintain Default: When Switch Effect To Another One From The Same Effect Block, The Parameter Of Effect Will Restored To The Default Setting. Default: When switching to an effect to another in the same effect block, the parameters of the previous effect will be restored to the default setting. Maintain: When switching to an effect to another in the same effect block, the parameters of the previous effect will be saved as the default setting. RESET Yes V1.0.0 SYSTEM Reset The G 300LITE and Restore All parameters No Select YES to RESET GE300 LITE back to default firmware settings. Select NO to cancel and exit the menu. E Notice: 1. It is recommended to backup your presets via editor software before resetting. 2. Please do not power off your GE300 LITE during reset to avoid any unexpected issues. 43

Effect Block COMP G E 300 LITE comes complete with 10 different models of compressor, spanning from super simple 2 knob stompboxes to advanced 3-band studio compressors.

Compressor parameters Parameter Explanation Value

Output Output level of effect. Sensitivity Adjusts compression amout,0 is equal to no compression. Threshold The threshold control sets the level at which the compression effect is engaged. Ratio the amount of attenuation to be applied to the signal. Attack Sets how fast the Compressor reduces the volume, 100 is equal to fastest. Comp Adjusts compression amount. Peak Reduction Adjusts compression amount. GainLow The makeup gain refers to a gain control at the output of a compressor. High Low frequency of compressor High frequency of compressor Mix/Blend Adjusts the compressed signal volume. 0 is total non-compressed signal, 100 is total compressed signal. Release The time it takes for the signal to go from the compressed state back to the original non-compressed signal. Low Threshold Adjusts the level at which the low band frequency compression effect is engaged. Low Gain Adjusts the compressor level of low band frequency. Mid Threshold Adjusts the level at which the mid band frequency compression effect is engaged. Mid Gain Adjusts the compressor level of mid band frequency. High Threshold Adjusts the level at which the high band frequency compression effect is engaged. High Gain Adjusts the compressor level of high band frequency. Sustain Adjusts compression amount. 44 -80dB ~ +12dB/30dB -80dB ~ +12dB/30dB 0-100-60.0dB ‒ 0dB 0-100-60.0dB ‒ 0dB 1:1 ~ 20:1 1:1 ~ 20:1 0 ‒ 100 0 ‒ 100 0 ‒ 100 0 ‒ 100 0 ‒ 100 0 ‒ 100 0 ‒ 100 0 ‒ 100 -8dB ~ +8dB -8dB ~ +8dB -8dB ~ +8dB0 -8dB ~ +8dB0 ‒ 100 ‒ 100 0 ‒ 10 0 ‒ 10 0-60.0dB ‒ 0dB 0-60.0dB ‒ 0dB - 80dB ‒ 30dB - 80dB ‒ 30dB -60.0dB ‒ 0dB -60.0dB ‒ 0dB - 80dB ‒ 30dB - 80dB ‒ 30dB -60.0dB ‒ 0dB -60.0dB ‒ 0dB - 80dB ‒ 30dB - 80dB ‒ 30dB 0 -100 0 -100

WAH G E 300 LITE has 10 different models of wah, including classic and modern wah pedals, completely customizable rack style units, talk wahs, modulation and envelope controlled auto wahs. Wah parameters Parameter Explanation Value Output Output level of effect The position of the wah in it's pedal sweep. 0 is equal to heel down, 100 is equal to toe down. Position *Note: If you want to use the EXP pedal to control the wah sweep, assign "WAH > Position" for the function in the EXP menu. Also you can turn on 'Toeswitch' function to turn on/off the wah module while you are pressing the EXP pedal. Peak Centre frequency volume level Low Fc Low frequency cut High Fc High frequency cut The Q or "Quality factor" is the ratio of the resonant frequency to the bandwidth, between the upper and Qlower -3dB frequencies. In this particular application, you can think of the Q as the shape of your band pass filter. A low Q will have a wider, rounder shape and sound less pronounced. A high Q will have a narrower, sharper shape and sound more pronounced. Mix Adjusts the 'wah' effect level. 0 is total no 'wah' effect sound, 100 is total 'wah' sound.. 45 -60dB ~ +3dB 0-100 0 - 100 100Hz ‒ 500Hz 500Hz ‒ 5000Hz 0.3 ‒ 4.0 0 ‒ 100

Auto Wah parameters Auto Wah is an automatic sweeping band pass filter. The sweep is controlled by a modulating LFO. Parameter Explanation Value

Rate Speed of the position sweep LFO Range Range of the position sweep Peak Centre frequency volume level The Q or "Quality factor" is the ratio of the resonant frequency to the bandwidth, between the upper and 1/4T, 1/8, 1/8D, 1/8T, 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 lower -3dB frequencies. In this particular application, you can think of the Q as the shape of your band pass Qfilter. A low Q will have a wider, rounder shape and sound less pronounced. A high Q will have a narrower, sharper shape and sound more pronounced. 0.3 ‒ 4.0 Curve 0-100, Bpm: 1/1, 1/2, Waveform of the position sweep LFO. Trig : Triangular wave. Sine : Sine wave. Step : Stepped PWM style wave. Rand : Random pattern Trig, Sine, Step, Rand.

1/2D, 1/2T, 1/4, 1/4D, 1/16, 1/16D, 1/16T. 46 Touch Wah parameters Touch wah is an automatic sweeping band pass filter.The sweep is controlled by an envelope follower that reacts to the dynamics of your instrument. Parameter Explanation Value

Attack Speed of the envelope. 100 is the fastest. 0-100 0-100 Sens Sensitivity of the envelope. 0 - 100 0 - 100 Peak Centre frequency volume level 0 - 100 0 - 100 The Q or "Quality factor" is the ratio of the resonant frequency to the bandwidth, between the upper and Qlower -3dB frequencies. In this particular application, you can think of the Q as the shape of your band 0.3 ‒ 4.0 pass filter. A low Q will have a wider, rounder shape and sound less pronounced. A high Q will have a narrower, sharper shape and sound more pronounced.

Direction Direction of the band pass filter sweep Lo to Hi, Hi to Lo. 47 FXA / FXB FXA and FXB effect blocks have multiple different effect types including Modulation, EQ, Pitch, Delay, Filters. FXA also has extra overdrives and boosters for stacking with the OD/DS module. FXA has 40 effects, FXB has 35 effects. Touch Wah parameters Parameter Explanation Value Output Output level of effect -60dB ~ +3dB Low Adjusts the tone for the low frequency range. -12dB ‒ 12dB Low Mid Adjusts the tone for the low-middle frequency range. -12dB ‒ 12dB Mid Adjusts the tone for the Middle frequency range. -12dB ‒ 12dB High Mid Adjusts the tone for the high-middle frequency range. -12dB ‒ 12dB High Adjusts the tone for the high frequency range. -12dB ‒ 12dB Freq Specifies the center of the frequency range that will be adjusted by the Gain 30Hz ‒ 18000Hz QAdjusts the width of the area affected by the EQ centered at the Freq . Higher values will narrow the area. 0.3 ‒ 5.0 Gain Adjusts the gain for the Freq frequency range that you have assigned. -16dB ‒ 16dB Low cut Sets the frequency at which the low cut filter begins to take effect. Off, 0Hz ‒ 800Hz High cut Sets the frequency at which the high cut filter begins to take effect. Off, 20000Hz ‒ 1000Hz Attack(Slow Gear) Sub(Octave) Sub Tone(Octave) Upper(Octave) Upper Tone(Octave) Dry(Octave) Rate / Speed 48 Adjusts the time needed for the volume to reach its maximum. 100 is the fastest. 0 - 100 Adjusts the volume of the harmonic one octave below. 0 - 100 Adjusts the tone of the Sub frequency range. 0 - 100 Adjusts the volume of the harmonic one octave above. 0 - 100 Adjusts the tone of the Upper frequency range. 0 - 100 Adjusts the volume of the dry signal. 0 - 100 0 ‒ 100, Rhythm type: 1/1, 1/2, 1/2D, 1/2T, 1/4, Adjusts the speed of modulation 1/4D, 1/4T, 1/8, 1/8D, 1/8T, 1/16, 1/16D, 1/16T, 1/32, 1/32T, 1/32D Parameter Explanation Value Tone Adjusts the tone of modulation 0 - 100 Depth Adjusts the depth of modulation. 0 - 100 Sweep( 6 Stage 12 Stage Analog Analog Phaser, Moves the frequency response pattern through a six-octave or twelve-octave range. 0 - 100 Phaser) Resonance( 6 Stage Analog Phaser, 12 Stage Changes the height and sharpness of the frequency response peaks. Analog Phaser) Feedback ( Flanger, Modern Sets the level of flanger filter feedback Flanger) 0 - 100 0 - 100 Level Delay( Flanger pro, Modern Flanger) Manual( Triple Flanger ) Width(Triple Flanger) Intensity Output Mode Time(Delay) Adjusts the level of modulation. Sets the delay time of flanger. 0 - 100 0 - 100 Controls the delay time of the flanger. Adjusts flanger LFO width. Sets the Modulation amount. Sets up as mono or stereo *Notes: If the modules after the FX are mono, the stereo FX you set will sound as mono effect. Adjusts the delay time and rhythm time. Speed of rhythm type can be adjusted by TAP TEMPO function. 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 Mono, Stereo 20ms ‒ 2000ms, Rhythm type: 1/4, 1/4D, 1/4T, 1/8, 1/8D, 1/8T, 1/16, 1/16D, 1/16T,1/32, 1/32T, 1/32D Feedback(Delay) Adjusts the volume that is returned tothe input. Higher settings will result in more delay repeats. 0 - 100 49 Parameter Explanation Value Mix Sets the proportion of mix between the original (dry) and 'effected' (wet) signals. 0 is total dry signal, 100 is total wet signal. 0 - 100 Set the pitch shift value. Pitch (Detune : 100 cents = 1 semitone = 1 half-step). Sample(Lofi) Adjusts the sample rate of Lofi effect. 1500Hz ‒ 44100Hz -100cent ‒ 100cent (Detune)-12.0 ‒ 12.0 (Mono Pitch/Poly Pitch) Bit(Lofi) Adjusts the bit rate of Lofi effect. 1bit ‒ 16bit Drive Adjusts the gain of effect. 0 - 100 50 DS/OD G 300 LITE has 31 different "gain based" Stompbox effects including distortions, overdrives, fuzz's and boosters. Each one has been fastidiously modelled after a E real-life pedal using similar techniques we employ to create our digital amplifier models. Numbers Name Explanation 1US DLX 112 Based on Fender® 65 Deluxe Reverb 112 Cabinet 2US TWN 212 Based on Fender® 65 Twin Reverb 212 Cabinet 3US Bass 410 Based on Fender® 59 Bassman 410 Cabinet 4Sonic 112 Based on Fender® Super Sonic 112 Cabinet 5Blues 112 Based on Fender® Blues Deluxe 112 Cabinet 61960 412 Based on Marshall® 1960A 412 Cabinet 7Eagle P412 Based on ENGL® Pro XXL 412 Cabinet 8Eagle S412 Based on ENGL® Vintage XXL 412 Cabinet 9Mark 112 Based on Mesa/Boogie® Mark 112 Cabinet 10Rec 412 Based on Mesa/Boogie® Rectifier Standard 412 Cabinet 11Citrus 412 Based on Orange® PPC 412 Cabinet 12Citrus 212 Based on Orange® PPC 212 Cabinet 13Slow 412 Based on Soldano® Slo 412 Cabinet 14DR.ZEE 112 Based on DR.Z® MAZ 112 Cabinet 15DR.ZEE 212 Based on DR.Z® Z-Wreck 212 Cabinet 16Jazz 212 Based on Roland® JC120 212 Cabinet 17UK 212 Based on VOX® AC30 212 Cabinet 18HWT 412 Based on Hiwatt® AP412 Cabinet 19PV 5050 412 Based on Peavey® 5150 412 Cabinet 20 Regal Tone 110 Based on Tone King® Falcon 110 Cabinet 51 Numbers Name Explanation

21Two Stones 212 Based on Two Rock® 212 Cabinet 22Cardeff 112 Based on Two Rock® 112 Cabinet 23EV 5050 412 Based on EVH® 5150 412 Cabinet 24HT 412 Based on Blackstar® HTV 412 Cabinet 25Gas Station 412 Based on Diezel® Hagen 412 Cabinet 26Blueno 212 Based on Bruno® 212 Football Cabinet 27Custom 212 Based on Custom Audio® 212 Cabinet 28Herby 412 Based on Diezel® RV412 Cabinet 29VHS 412 Based on Diezel® FV412 Cabinet 30Doctor3 112 Based on DR.Z® MAZ38 112 Cabinet 31US Gold 412 Based on Friedman® 412 Cabinet 32US Gold 112 Based on Friedman® Small Box 112 Cabinet 33Matchbox 30 112 Based on Matchless® 112 Cabinet 34Cali 412-1 Based on Mesa/Boogie® Recto Trad 412 Cabinet 35Cali 412-2 Based on Mesa/Boogie® RoadKing 412 Cabinet 36Satsuma 212 Based on Orange® PPC 212 Cabinet 37Petey 412 Based on Peavey® 6505 412 Cabinet 38Petey 212 Based on Peavey® JSX 212 Cabinet 39Mr Smith 112 Based on PRS® Archon 212 Cabinet 40Randy Devil 412 Based on Randall® RD412 Cabinet 41Taxidea Taxus 112 Based on Suhr® 112 Cabinet 42Shittcow 412 Based on VHT® 412 Cabinet 43Acoustic 112 Based on ® 44 - 63 Empty 3rd Impulse Responses slots 3rd Impulse Responses slots

*All product names belong to their owners and are only used in this product and manual as a reference to tone types. 52 Parameter Explanation Value Sm57, SM7A, U47, U87, M143, M147, KM184, NT1, NT2, NTV, MD421, Mic Select which microphone type MD441, E609, E835, MXL2001, MXL2003, C3000, C4000B, C414, D112, C535. Center Distance Low Cut High Cut Early Reflection Output Points Mic 1 / Mic 2 Position of microphone relative to the centre of the speaker cone, 0 is in the middle. Distance of microphone from the speaker, 0 is closest. Low frequency cut after the microphones High frequency cut after the microphones Adds a very slight delay for in-room sound and feel. 0 means no reflection. Output level of cabinet simulator Select sampling points of the cab model. Higher points are better quality and more realistic. Lower points will use less CPU%. If you find yourself maxing out the CPU, try a lower sampling points setting Progressively blend and mix between MIC 1 and MIC 2. 50 / 50 will be an even mix of both mics 53 List of microphone Numbers Name Explanation

1Sm57 Based on Shure® SM57 2SM7A Based on Shure® SM7A 3U47 Based on Neumann® U47 4U87 Based on Neumann® U87 5M143 Based on Neumann® Km143 6M147 Based on Neumann® M147 7Km184 Based on Neumann® Km184 8Nt1 Based on Rode® Nt1 9Nt2 Based on Rode® Nt2 10NTV Based on Rode® NTV 11Md421 Based on Sennheiser® Md421 12Md441 Based on Sennheiser® Md441 13E609 Based on Sennheiser® E906 14E835 Based on Sennheiser® E835 15MXL2001 Based on MXL® MXL 2001 16MXL2003 Based on MXL® MXL 2003 17C3000 Based on AKG® C3000 18C4000B Based on AKG® C4000B 19C414 Based on AKG® C414 20D112 Based on AKG® D112 21 C535 Based on AKG® C535 Based on AKG® C535 54

IRG 300LITE CAB module also has 20 empty IR slots for you to load in your own third-party Impulse Responses via USB using the computer software. E OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1: REVERB Decay BPM 120.0 56% EXP2:SYNTH Pitch 1 47:Mooer Studio 11 1 2 3 4 5 BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE BLUE UNDO REVERSE 1/2 SPEED EXIT EXIT When a third-party IR file is used for your cab model, you will lose the microphone parameters. You can adjust High/Low cut, Early Reflection, Output, and sampling points. *All product names belong to their owners and are only used in this product and manual as a reference to tone types. 55

NS G 300 LITE has 3 different noise gate models which are ideal for getting rid of unwanted noise or using as a hard gate effect for tight, E high-gain rhythm playing. Noise Killer: Based on MOOER Micro Noise Killer easy tweaking noise gate effect. Hard noise gate with maximum dampening Inter Reducer: Intelligent background noise suppressor with automatic attack, release, and dampening. It can recognize white noise from regular signal and reduce the white noise automatically. Recommend placing it in front of distortion/overdrive pedal or amp model. Noise Gate: Standard studio noise gate with detailed user controls. User can adjust the Threshold according to the current noise level, then adjust the Attack and Release according to tone demand. Set the Damp in the end. Parameter Explanation Value Threshold Depth Attack Release Damp Output Set the detection level that the Noise gate operates at. Anything below this level will be attenuated when the gate is closed. When a higher level is detected (such as playing your instrument), the noise gate will open and allow sound to pass through Intel Reducer is an intelligent background noise suppressor. Depth adjusts the intesity of white noise suppression Adjusts the speed at which the noise gate closes and attenuates the sound. 100 is the fastest. Adjusts the speed at which the noise gate opens when you play your instrument. 0 is the fastest. Adjusts how much the gate attenuates the noise when it is closed. Output level of effect 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100. 0 - 100 -60dB ~ +3dB 56

TONE CAP The GE300 LITE is armed with an incredibly useful tool named TONE CAPTURE. Tone Capture is an intelligent learning and comparison engine that can be used to create your very own digital models by sampling real-life equipment. Tone capture has 3 different modes: GUIT Instantly transform the sound of your guitar using samples you've created with Tone Capture GUIT mode. Sample and carry all your favorite guitars with you wherever you go. AMP&STOMP Sample your favorite overdrives, distortions, and amplifiers. IRCreate your own speaker cabinet Impulse Responses (IR's). OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:DS/OD Gain BPM 120.0 61% TRAIL OFF Gain ▼ A B C Active 1. MODE ‒ Select between GUIT, AMP&STOMP or IR mode 2. PRESET ‒ Select a Tone Capture preset slot 3. Pencil icon ‒ Rename Preset Use the SELECT control knob to navigate and adjust these settings in the TONE CAP effect block. 4. Post TONE CAP settings- These settings will be unlocked after creating a tone capture preset. Use these parameters to tweak the Tone Capture to your liking. LOW- Adjust low EQ frequencies MID- Adjust middle EQ frequencies HIGH- Adjust high EQ frequencies OUTPUT- Boost or attenuate output volume of the tone capture Use control knobs 1-4 to adjust these settings in the TONE CAP effect blockEXP2:AMP Learning: Guit U01:Nzip 1 2 3 4 50 50 50 0dB Low Mid High Output Target Source capture capture 57

GUITAR STEP 1 Press the DISPLAY button until the signal chain screen is displayed and ensure that the TONE CAP effect block is the first effect block in the chain. Make sure SYNTH is turned off and TONE CAP is turned on. OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1: DS/OD Gain BPM 120.0 50% TRAIL OFF EXP2:FX B Depth 01A US Deluxe SYNTH COMP DS/OD VOL REVERB DELAY EQ Hiah 50 TONE CAP NS WAH FX A FX B CAB AMP Low Mid Hiah 50 50 50 STEP 2 Navigate to an empty preset (NULL). Select GUIT mode (Learning: Guit). OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:AMP Master BPM 150.0 6 8% TR AIL OFF EXP2:AMP Gain Learning: Guit 02:Null 1 2 3 4 50 50 50 0dB Low Mid High Output ▼ A B C Target Source capture capture Active 58

STEP 3 Connect the Guitar you wish to sample to the GE300LITE's INPUT This is known as the TARGET guitar. Press Bank down footswitch ▼ (target) to begin the capture process and play the guitar until the countdown reaches 100%. For best results, we recommend playing the guitar strongly with an open chord first then playing across the full range of the instrument as possible. OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:AMP Master BPM 150.0 68% TRAIL OFF EXP2:AMP Gain Learning: Guit 02:Null 1 2 3 4 50 50 50 0dB Low Mid High Output ▼ A B C Target Source capture capture Active STEP 4 Connect the Guitar you will use the Tone Capture with to the GE300 LITE's INPUT This is known as the SOURCE guitar. Press footswitch A (source) to begin the capture process and play the guitar until the countdown reaches 100%. The same rules as capturing the Target applies to the Source. 21% EXP1:AMP Master A B C Active INPUT OUTPUT XLROUT EXP2:AMP BPM 150.0 70% TRAIL OFF Gain Learning: Guit 02:Null 1 2 3 4 ▼ Target Source capture capture 50 50 50 0dB Low Mid High Output 59 51%

STEP 5 Press footswitch B to activate the Tone Capture. Use control knobs 1-4 to adjust EQ and output volume to dial in the Tone Capture to your liking. OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:AMP Master BPM 150.0 77% TRAIL OFF EXP2:AMP Gain Learning: Guit 02:Null 1 2 3 4 50 50 50 0dB Low Mid High Output 21% ▼ A B C Target Source capture capture Active STEP 6 Tone Capture saves automatically under default name USER. Select the Pencil icon to enter a new name for the preset and press the SAVE button to confirm. O UTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:AMP Master BPM 15 0.0 77% TRAIL OFF EXP2:AMP Gain 02 User A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W S Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w s y z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 _ Press and hold footswitch A or Bank down ▼ to delete the Tone Capture preset and start again. Notes: If the Tone Capture result is not close enough, please try again focusing on the instructions for playing the guitar for Tone Capture. Notice: 1. The result depends on the content you play in the SOURCE and TARGET section. If you are not happy with the result, you can press and hold Target Capture/Source Capture to delete the sample and try again. 2. During sampling, you can press Target/Source footswitch (depending on the current sampling section) to interrupt sampling. 3. It is recommended to set the same pickup position in both guitars while capturing the Source and Target. 60

AMP&STOMP AMP&STOMP mode can be used to sample your favorite stompbox or amplifier. This kind of Tone Capture can then be applied to an existing amp or stompbox model within a preset to transform it into your sample. Stompbox effects like distortion, overdive, and boost will work very well with Tone Capture. You cannot sample stompbox effects like delay, reverb or modulation with Tone Capture. STEP 1 Decide if you will capture a Stompbox or an amp. Connect the send of GE300 LITE to the input of your Stompbox or amp. Connect the return of GE300 LITE to the output of your Stompbox or the send of your amp's effects loop. STOMPBOX Input

AMP GUITAR GUITAR Speaker Speaker Input Return Return Speaker Send

Return Output Send Return Output Send 61 STEP 2 Press the DISPLAY button until the signal chain screen is displayed and ensure that the TONE CAP effect block is after the DS/OD effect block if you will capture a Stompbox or after the AMP effect block if are capturing an amplifier or preamp pedal. For best results, make sure all other effects blocks (other than CAB) are off. OUTP UT INPUT XLROUT EXP1: COMP Sensitivity BPM 120.0 53% TR AIL OFF COMP DS/OD REVERB DELAY EQ Hiah 50 Sensitivity Level 0dB( Capture Stompbox : DS/OD > Send, Return > Tone Cap > Amp > Cab ) COMP REVERB DELAY EQ EXP2: COMP 66A Empty WAH FX A FX B CAB Low Mid 50 50 OUTP UT INPUT XLROUT EXP1: COMP Sensitivity BPM 120.0 53% TR AIL OFF EXP2: COMP Sensitivity 66A Empty WAH FX A TONE CAP FX B CAB Low Mid Hiah Level 50 50 50 0dB( Capture Amp : Amp > Tone Cap ) 62 DS/OD AMP NS NS TONE CAP AMP If you need the CAB module to monitor, please turn on the CAB and adjust the send/return before the CAB. OUTP UT INPUT XLROUT EXP1: COMP Sensitivity BPM 120.0 53% TR AIL OFF EXP2: COMP Sensitivity 66A Empty COMP WAH FX A DS/OD TONE CAP REVERB DELAY FX B EQ CAB Low Mid Hiah Level 50 50 50 0dBSTEP 3 Navigate to an empty preset (NULL). Select Amp&Stomp mode (Learning :Amp&Stomp). OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:COMP Sensitivity BPM 150.0 70% TRAIL OFF EXP2:COMP Sensitivity Learning: Guit 03:Null 1 2 3 4 50 50 50 0dB Low Mid High Output ▼ A B C Target Monitor Source Monitor Capture Active 63 NS AMP STEP 4 Press BANK DOWN▼to monitor the Stompbox or Amp you wish to sample. This is known as the TARGET. Press footswitch A to monitor the digital Stompbox or Amp in GE300 LITE. This is known as the SOURCE. OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:COMP Sensitivity Sensitivity A B C Capture Active Adjust the settings of the digital Stompbox or amp to match the TARGET as closely as possible. Notes: 1. You need to adjust the stompbox or amp gain/drive in GE300 LITE in order to match the target you want to sample's gain/drive before capturing. For the best result, matching the same gain/drive and volume setting as close as possible is necessary. For example, if you capture a lead channel amp with a clean amp model in the GE300 LITE, the result will be a clean sound. 2. If you are using a loadbox to capture a full amp tone, you might need the cabinet simulator to compare the sound while monitoring the Target. Please turn on the CAB in GE300 LITE and set the signal chain like this : AMP > Tone Cap > (Send, Return)>CAB. BPM 150.0 70% TRAIL OFF EXP2:COMP Learning: Guit 03:Null 1 2 3 4 50 50 50 0dB Low Mid High Output ▼ Target Source Monitor Monitor 64 STEP 5 Press footswitch B to begin the capture process and play the guitar until the countdown reaches 100%. For the best result, we recommend playing the guitar Strongly with an open chord first, then playing all the note in your guitar as much as you can. OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:COMP Sensitivity BPM 150.0 70% TRAIL OFF EXP2:COMP Sensitivity Learning: Guit 03:Null 1 2 3 4 ▼ A B C Target Monitor Source Monitor 50 50 50 0dB Low Mid High Output 24% Capture Active STEP 6 Press footswitch C to activate the Tone Capture. Use control knobs 1-4 to adjust EQ and output volume to dial in the tone capture to your liking. OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:COMP Sensitivity BPM 150.0 70% TRAIL OFF EXP2:COMP Sensitivity Learning: Amp&Stomp03:User 1 2 3 4 50 50 50 0dB Low Mid High Output ▼ A B C Target Monitor Source Monitor Capture Active 65 STEP 7 Tone Capture saves automatically under default name USER. Select the Pencil icon to enter a new name for the preset and press the SAVE button to confirm O UTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:AMP Master BPM 12 0.0 27% TRAIL OFF Gain 01 User A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W S Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w s y z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 _ Press and hold footswitch B to delete the Tone Capture preset and start again. Notes: If the Tone Capture result is not close enough, please try again following the instructions for playing the guitar during a Tone Capture. INPUT OUTPUT Effect Block EXP2:AMP Target REAL AMP or STOMP BOX Source Effect Block Effect Block Effect Block STOMP BOX AMP or TONE CAPTURE CAB Active Effect Block Effect Block Effect Block Effect Block Effect Block 66 Notice: 1. You can press and hold footswitch B to delete a Tone Capture file. 2. TONE CAPTURE can only be used with amplifiers that have a built-in FX LOOP. 3. It is recommended not to turn on any effects during Source/Target sampling. 4. If you would like to use the internal cabinet simulator, please place the RETURN port between Tone Capture and CAB in the effect chain display. 5. Please do not turn on the FX LOOP of the GE300 LITE during capturing amplifier. IRTone capture IR mode allows you to create your own Impulse Response models of speaker cabinets to use instead of the CAB effect block. You will need a couple of extra things to use IR mode. 1. A microphone 2. A mic preamp 3. A power amp to drive the speaker cab. Please note that all of the above elements will be part of the Tone Capture and will influence the "flavor" of the IR. Varying each of these elements for different models will yield different results. 67

Power amp IN INPUT CAB Mic Out Line out

STEP 2 Press the DISPLAY button until the signal chain screen is displayed. Ensure that the signal chain has AMP > CAB > TONE CAP in that order. AMP and TONE CAP effect blocks should be turned on but every other effect block turned off. STEP 1 Connect the GE300 LITE SEND to the power amp input. You can also connect the GE300 LITE RETURN to the output of your MIC PREAMP. 68 Mic Pream IN EXP1: OUTP UT INPUT XLROUT SYNTH Pitch 1 BPM 120.0 25% TR AIL OFF Mid 50 EXP2: SYNTH Pitch 1 64D Empty SYNTH COMP WAH FX A DS/OD CAB VOL REVERB DELAY FX B EQ Gain Bass Treble Mode 50 50 50Original COMP DS/OD REVERB DELAY EQ TONE CAP Advanced users can get additional control over the send and return levels during the capture process by routing the send logo before the CAB effect block and the return logo after the CAB effect block. Turn on the FX LOOP to edit SEND and RETURN levels, power amp level (avoid distortion), and Mic preamp level (loud enough but not distorted) Make sure the FX LOOP is in SERIAL MODE with MONO output Turn off the FX LOOP before starting the capture process. OUTP UT INPUT XLROUT EXP1: SYNTH Pitch 1 BPM 120.0 42% TR AIL OFF EXP2: SYNTH Pitch 1 64D Empty SYNTH WAH FX A AMP CAB VOL FX B TONE CAPNS Low Mid 50 50 (AMP > send > CAB > return > TONE CAP) Turn on/off the FX loop to compare the real mic setup volume with Cab in GE300 LITE, recommend to setup as the same volume. 69 Hiah 50 Level 0dB AMP NS STEP 3 Press Bank down▼to begin the capture process and wait until the countdown reaches 100% OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:COMP Sensitivity BPM 120.0 52% TRAIL OFF EXP2:COMP Sensitivity Learning: IR 03:Null 1 2 3 4 50 50 50 0dB Low Mid High Output ▼ A B C Capture Active STEP 4 Press footswitch A to activate the new IR you have captured. Use control knobs 1-4 to adjust EQ and output volume to dial in the tone capture to your liking OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:COMP Sensitivity Sensitivity 31% A B C Active Please make sure the CAB module is OFF. BPM 120.0 59% TRAIL OFF EXP2:COMP Learning: IR 03:User 1 2 3 4 50 50 50 0dB Low Mid High Output ▼ Capture 70 31% STEP 5 Tone Capture saves automatically under default name USER. Select the Pencil icon to enter a new name for the preset and press the SAVE button to confirm. OUTPUT INPUT XLROUT EXP1:SHNTH Pitch 1 BPM 120.0 27 % TRAIL OFF Pitch 1 02 User A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W S Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w s y z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 _ Press and hold bank down▼to delete the tone capture preset and start again Notice: 1. In TONE CAPTURE mode, ▼/A/B/C footswitch is used for TONE CAPTURE function only and cannot be used for switching presets or preset banks. 2. The saved capture file cannot be changed to a different capture type. You need to delete the current file to change it to another mode. For example, you cannot change a captured guitar file to a captured amplifier file. 3. The empty Tone Capture slot is indicated as“ Null.” 4. In any capture mode, if there is no sample activated, the LED button for Tone Capture will turn off after you exit the Tone Capture block. Parameter Explanation Value Low Mid High Output EXP2:SHNTH Adjusts the capture tone for the low frequency range. Adjusts the capture tone for the Middle frequency range. Adjusts the capture tone for the high frequency range. Output level of TONE CAPTURE 0~100 0~100 0~10 0-60dB ~ +6dB 71 EQ The EQ effects block of the GE300 Lite has 8 different algorithm models which span from simple 3 band, 5 band, 6 band and 10 band equalizers with preset frequencies to custom 3 band and fully customizable parametric EQ's for advanced users. Parameter Explanation Value

Output Low Mid High Frequency Low Gain Low Freq Low Mid Gain Low Mid Freq Mid Gain Output level of effect 0~100 0~100 Adjusts the tone for the low frequency range. 0~100 0~100 Adjusts the tone for the Middle frequency range. 0~10 0~10 Adjusts the tone for the high frequency range. 0-60dB ~ +6dB 0-60dB ~ +6dB Adjusts the tone for that Hz frequency range. Mooer B: 62.5Hz, 125Hz, 500Hz, 1kHz, 4kHz Adjusts the tone for the custom low Freq range. 0 means no effect. Specifies the centre of the custom low frequency range that will be adjusted by the Low Gain Adjust the gain of low middle frequency. 0 means no effect. Adjust the low middle frequency range Adjusts the tone for the custom Mid Freq range. 0 means no effect. 0-60dB ~ +6dB 0-60dB ~ +6dB -16dB ‒ 16dB -16dB ‒ 16dB 30Hz ‒ 18000Hz 30Hz ‒ 18000Hz -16dB ~ +16dB -16dB ~ +16dB 30Hz ~ 18000Hz 30Hz ~ 18000Hz -16dB ‒ 16dB -16dB ‒ 16dB

Mooer G: 100Hz, 250Hz, 630Hz, 1.6kHz, 4kHz Mooer HM: 80Hz, 240Hz, 750Hz, 2.2kHz, 6.6kHz Mooer G-6: 100Hz, 200Hz, 400Hz, 800Hz, 1.6kHz, 3.2kHz Mooer G-10: 31Hz, 62Hz, 126Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz, 1kHz, 2kHZ, 4kHz, 8kHz, 16kHz 72 Parameter Explanation Value Mid Hi Freq High Gain High Freq QGain Low cut High cut Adjust the middle high frequency range. 30Hz ~ 18000Hz Adjusts the tone for the custom high Freq range. 0 means no effect. -16dB ‒ 16dB Specifies the center of the custom high frequency range that will be adjusted by the High Gain 30Hz ‒ 18000Hz Adjusts the width of the area affected by the EQ centered at the Freq. Higher values will narrow 0.3 ‒ 5.0 the area. Adjusts the gain for the Freq frequency range that you have assigned. -16dB ‒ 16dB Sets the frequency at which the low cut filter begins to take effect. Off, 0Hz ‒ 800Hz Sets the frequency at which the high cut filter begins to take effect. Off, 20000Hz ‒ 1000Hz FX LOOP The FX LOOP of the GE300 LITE can be used to integrate your favorite external effects and preamps into the GE300 LITE signal chain, or to integrate the GE300 LITE into creative and complex rig setups. We've included a few examples here but there are many possibilities. Parameter Explanation Value Send Level Return Level Dry / Wet Loop Mode Adjust the volume level from the effects loop send output. Adjust the recovery level at the effects loop return inputs. 0 - 100 Notes: You need to activate FX LOOP effect block, otherwise FX LOOP will be bypassed. -60dB - +6dB -60dB - +6dB Progressively adjust the wet/dry mix when in parallel mode. 100% Wet will send 100% of the signal through the FX LOOP just like Serial mode. 100% Dry will bypass the FX LOOP completely. Choose between serial effects loop and parallel effects loop. Serial, Parallel 73 DELAY The FX LOOP of the GE300 LITE can be used to integrate your favorite external effects and preamps into the GE300 LITE signal chain, or to integrate the GE300 LITE into creative and complex rig setups. We've included a few examples here but there are many possibilities. Parameter Explanation Value

Output Feedback Mix Time/Sub-division Output level of effect -60dB ~ +3dB -60dB ~ +3dB Adjusts the number of delay repeats. 0 - 100 0 - 100 Adjusts the repeats volume level. 0 is totally dry, 100 is totally wet. 0 - 100 0 - 100 Adjusts the delay repeat time in Milliseconds / Sets the delay repeat time in relation to the preset tempo ( Tempo Sync On ) 20ms ‒ 2000ms Tempo Sync On: 1/4, 1/4D, 1/4T, 1/8, 1/8D, 1/8T, 1/16, 1/16D, 1/16T, 1/32, 1/32D, 1/32T. 20ms ‒ 2000ms Tempo Sync On: 1/4, 1/4D, 1/4T, 1/8, 1/8D, 1/8T, 1/16, 1/16D, 1/16T, 1/32, 1/32D, 1/32T.

Tempo Sync Activates preset Tempo synchronization and Sub-division parameter. Off, On.

Threshold(Dynamic) Mod Rate(Tape/Mod /Galaxy/Crystal) Mod Depth(Tape/ Mod/Galaxy/Crystal) Low Cut(Reverse/Dual Delay/Multi Tap Delay) High Cut(Reverse/Dual Delay/Multi Tap Delay) Pan(Dual Delay/Multi Tap Delay) Sets the envelope detection level of the dynamic delay. Adjusts the modulation speed of the delay repeats. Adjusts the modulation width of the delay repeats. Sets a low frequency EQ shelf of the delay repeats. Sets a high frequency EQ shelf of the delay repeats. Pans the delay effect left (L), right (R), or centre. 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 Off, 0Hz ‒ 800Hz Off, 0Hz ‒ 800Hz Off, 20000Hz ‒ 1000Hz Off, 20000Hz ‒ 1000Hz L100 ‒ Center ‒ R100 L100 ‒ Center ‒ R100 74

Parameter Explanation Value

Level(Dual Delay/ Multi Tap Delay) 0 - 100 Output Mode(Dual Delay/Multi Tap Delay /Ping Pong/Galaxy Mono, Stereo Delay/Crystal Delay) Bit(Vintage Delay) S-Rate(Vintage Delay) Attack(Galaxy Delay) Gain(Fuzz Delay) Fuzz lv(l Fuzz Delay) Tone(Fuzz Delay) Cab(Fuzz Delay) Mod Output (Crystal Delay) Trail Sets the independent delay level with independent level parameter. Sets the independent delay level with independent level parameter. Select between mono and stereo output. Stereo uses more CPU %. Select between mono and stereo output. Stereo uses more CPU %. Adjusts the sampling accuracy of the delay repeats. Adjusts the sampling rate of the delay repeats. Adjusts the speed of the GALAXY sound. 100 is the fastest. Adjusts amount of distortion of the fuzz. Adjusts the mix level of the fuzz. Adjusts the EQ of the fuzz. Adds tone compensation to the fuzz for output to full range rigs. Adjusts modulation effect level. Some of the reverb/delay effects support trail function. (Refer to Trail section) 75 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 Off/On Off/On

REVERB The REVERB effects block of GE300 LITE has 11 different reverb models including everything you need from vintage spring, subtle studio and immersive ambience. Parameter Explanation Value

Pre Delay Decay Low Cut High Cut Mix Output Mode Output Quality Delay time before the first reflections can be heard. Length of the reverb trails. Low frequency EQ shelf. High frequency EQ shelf Volume level of the reverb effect. 0 is total dry sound. 100 is killed dry total reverb. Choose between Mono and Stereo. Stereo uses more CPU%. Output level of current effect. Choose between standard quality and high quality. High quality uses more CPU%. 0ms ‒ 200ms 0ms ‒ 200ms 0 - 100 0 - 100 0ff, 0Hz ‒ 800Hz 0ff, 0Hz ‒ 800Hz Off, 20000Hz ‒ 1000Hz Off, 20000Hz ‒ 1000Hz 0 - 100 0 - 100 Mono, Stereo Mono, Stereo -60dB ~ +3dB -60dB ~ +3dB Standard, High Standard, High Rate(Filter-Reverb /Fl-Reverb/Mod) Peak(Filter-Reverb) Q(Filter-Reverb) Filter Output (Filter-Reverb) 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 0 - 100 Feedback(Fl-Reverb) Mod Delay(Fl-Reverb) Adjusts modulation speed. 100 is the fastest. Adjusts modulation speed. 100 is the fastest. Adjusts the frequency of the filter peak. Adjusts the frequency of the filter peak. Filter bandwidth. High Q = narrow bandwidth. Filter bandwidth. High Q = narrow bandwidth. Adjusts the volume level of the filter applied to the reverb trails. Adjusts the volume level of the filter applied to the reverb trails. Adjusts the feedback intensity of the flanging. 0 - 100 Adjusts the feedback frequency of the flanging. 0 - 100 76

Parameter Explanation Value Mod Output (Fl-Reverb/Mod) Adjusts the modulation mix on the reverb trails. 0ms ‒ 200ms Attack(Swell-Reverb) Rate of automatic volume swell of the reverb effect. 100 is the fastest. 0 - 100 0ff, 0Hz ‒ 800Hz Spring Length (Spring) Simulated size of the springs in the spring tank. Off, 20000Hz ‒ 1000Hz Spring Depth(Spring) Mix of the spring sound in the reverb trails. 0 - 100 Depth(Mod) Adjusts the modulation width of the reverb trails. Mono, Stereo Mod Output Output level of modulation effect -60dB ~ +3dB Shimmer(Shimmer) Volume level of the shimmer harmonization. Standard, High Gain(Dist-Reverb) Adjusts amount of distortion. Dist lv(l Dist-Reverb) Adjusts the mix level of the distortion. 0 - 100 Tone(Dist-Reverb) Adjusts the EQ of the distortion. 0 - 100 Cab(Dist-Reverb) Adds tone compensation to the distortion for output to full range rigs. 0 - 100 Trail Some of the reverb/delay effects support trail function. (Refer to Trail section) 0 - 100 77


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