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(Available on which products)
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* '''Axe-Fx III''': 2 blocks
* '''Axe-Fx III''': 2 blocks
* '''FM3''': 1 block
* '''FM3''': 2 blocks
* '''Axe-Fx II''': 1 block
* '''Axe-Fx II''': 1 block
* '''AX8''': no
* '''AX8''': no

Latest revision as of 07:41, 12 February 2020

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Available on which products

  • Axe-Fx III: 2 blocks
  • FM3: 2 blocks
  • Axe-Fx II: 1 block
  • AX8: no
  • FX8: no

Channels or X/Y switching

  • Axe-Fx III and FM3: 2 channels
  • Axe-Fx II: no


The Resonator effect resonates specific frequencies. This can be used, for example, to simulate the sound chamber of an acoustic instrument and in general add some realism to sounds.



Parameter Axe-Fx III / FM3? Axe-Fx II
Mode yes
Chord yes
Master Frequency yes
Master Level yes
Master Pan yes
Master Feedback yes
Master Q yes
Input Mode yes
Frequency 1-4 yes
Feedback 1-4 yes
Filter Location 1-4 yes
Filter Q 1-4 yes
Level 1-4 yes
Pan 1-4 yes

Resonator as a flanger

The Resonator can create a flange-like effect. Check factory preset "Sweep Resonator".