Gear Watch: Tascam GB-10 Trainer/Recorder

Tascam GB-10 Trainer/RecorderTascam has updated their trainer series again with the unveiling of the new GB-10 Trainer/Recorder. The practice station allows you to load MP3s onto the 2GB SD card and then manipulate the track to suit your needs by looping, slowing down, and pitch shifting. The 1/4” input accepts both bass and guitar, and onboard effects like amp modeling and reverb help to make your sound more natural. The GB-10 even records in an overdub mode to let you build up arrangements. A built in metronome and chromatic tuner round the box out to keep you in tune and in time.

Tascam GB-10 Features:

  • Records 44.1kHz/16-bit WAV files
  • Playback 16 or 24-bit WAV files or MP3 files
  • SD/SDHC card media slot with included 2GB card
  • Overdub recording allows sound-on-sound build up of an arrangement
  • Loop playback using dedicated buttons
  • Variable Speed Audition speeds up or slows down playback without changing the pitch
  • Chromatic Tuner and Metronome
  • USB 2.0 jack for high-speed music transfer
  • Dedicated keys and large LCD display for easy operation
  • New angled desktop design
  • Includes 2GB SD card, AA batteries, USB cable
  • 1/4” bass/guitar input
  • Bass/guitar effects including amp modeling, delay, reverb, chorus and more

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  3. I was interested in the Tascam MP-BT1. It was discontinued in favor or this “upgrade” which is mainly a guitar trainer, as they took out the effects for bassists, namely the Bass Canceller on MP3 Playback and the Bass range Booster & Enhancer on MP3 playback. They should not call this a bass trainer.