Overview

Based on the popular Hatsune Miku singing synthesizer software, the Korg Miku Stomp features eleven lyric patterns for synth guitar modulation. The pedal is also compatible with an iPhone app for downloading an extended library of lyric patterns.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Miku Stomp
Finish
  • Graphic
Year
  • 2010s
Made In
  • Japan
Categories

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Reviews for the Korg Miku Stomp
9
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  • Kinda useless, **really** stupid, and so worth it.

    Verified Purchase

    This pedal doesn't handle chords or droned notes too well, and there's a bit of a lag between what you play and the effect. Really, it's not a great pedal for the prices these go for (I bought mine used, the cheaper option was to have it imported from Japan, and even if it was cheaper, it's still th…

  • #1 guitar pedal of all time

    true gold. such amaze. infinite wow. un-f*ck-with-able

  • Because...why not???

    Verified Purchase

    I have no reason to have this pedal. It will never be gigged and will probably rarely get used and then only for pointless self-indulgent music humor. Having said that, holy crap this thing is fun! The tracking is sketchy but manageable with a little work and the sounds are hilarious with a capitol…

  • You didn't buy it thinking it was good, did you?

    Verified Purchase

    It is everything you think it is... it's super laggy, freaks out occasionally, weird and border-line unusable sound. But that is why you're buying it, right? Because it's so bad? So why three stars? Well, if you're buying it because you want a pedal that sounds great and tracks well: - 1 st…

  • Fun pedal

    This pedal is a real head turner if you take a couple minutes and listen to how it works. There is latency, the tracking isn't great but it's still fun to incorporate and get weird sounds layered with chorus and delay, or with whatever you want really. It's funky, sporadic, and quirky so if you dont mind that then you just might love it.