IK Multimedia ToneX Pedal


Amp and Distortion Stompbox Pedal

  • With AI Machine Modeling technology
  • Suitable for guitar and bass
  • Presets can be edited with additional effects such as noise gate, compressor, tone EQ and reverb
  • 150 Customisable presets
  • Ultra-low noise 24-bit/192 kHz converters
  • Frequency range: 5 - 24,000 Hz
  • Up to 123 dB dynamic range
  • 24-bit/96-kHz USB interface
  • Expression pedal input to control any parameter
  • Selectable true or soft bypass
  • Input: 6.3 mm jack plug
  • Main Out L & R: 2x 6.3 mm jack
  • Exp pedal: 6.3 mm jack
  • Headphone output: 6.3 mm stereo jack
  • USB
  • Dimensions: 176 x 142 x 55 mm
  • Weight: 0.90 kg
  • Incl. USB A-B connection cable (1.5 m), power supply, 4 self-adhesive rubber feet as well as TONEX MAX and AmpliTube 5 (download)
Available since February 2023
Item number 560560
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Design Floor Effect
Tube(s) No
Amp Modeling Yes
Effects Yes
Headphone Output Yes
Direct Out Yes
MIDI Interface Yes
Integrated Expression Pedal No
Connections for Pedals or Switches Yes
Aux-Input No
Integrated Tuner No
USB-Port Yes
Drum-Computer No
Integrated Effects 1
MIDI Connector(s) 1
USB Connection 1
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Modelling stompbox with audio interface

The IK Multimedia ToneX Pedal is a stompbox that offers authentic modelling of amps, cabinets, and overdrive/distortion pedals and comes with IK Multimedia’s advanced AI Machine Modelling Technology and TONEX software that allow musicians to play digital tone models, model their own rigs using the included presets, and share them with other users on the ToneNET platform. This pedal features a USB audio interface with 24-bit/192kHz conversion for excellent studio sound and is perfectly suitable for both guitars and basses thanks to its extended frequency range that goes from 5Hz right up to 24kHz. For maximum usability, the ToneX Pedal's scope of delivery also includes the downloadable TONEX MAX and AmpliTube 5 software as well as a 1.5m USB type A to type B connection cable and a mains power adapter.

IK Multimedia ToneX stompbox pedal footswitch

A versatile companion

The IK Multimedia ToneX Pedal features 150 presets that can be edited by adding a wide range of effects, including a noise gate to eliminate unwanted noise and feedback, a compressor for a fatter sound, an equaliser for optimum frequency control, and stereo reverb for more depth. This stompbox boasts an impressive dynamic range of up to 123dB that allows musicians to add focus and extra punch to their guitar or bass sound. The stereo reverb function can be used to add particular depth to the mono signal of the modelled amp and send the left/right signals to two mono jack outputs. Users can get even more creative by splitting the amp signal into two mono signals via the two outputs. With its MIDI inputs and outputs, the ToneX Pedal is also optimally equipped for integration into a MIDI rig that allows the stompbox parameters to be controlled remotely.

IK Multimedia ToneX stompbox pedal connections

For ultimate flexibility

The IK Multimedia ToneX Pedal is an easy-to-use amp modelling tool that is sure to win over guitarists and bassists alike, including those who use a complex pedal board, thanks to its true bypass feature that allows it to be easily taken out of the signal path if it is directly connected to an amplifier or used as part of an effects chain. Experienced musicians are not the only ones who will find the ToneX Pedal to be a useful addition to their high-end gear - beginners will have the ideal tool in their hands for modelling tones with an exceptionally high level of quality in a DAW thanks to the included audio interface. Guitar and bass players of all levels of experience can also use this stompbox without needing to connect it to an amp or PC thanks to the integrated headphone amplifier.

IK Multimedia ToneX stompbox pedal footswitch

About IK Multimedia

IK Multimedia was founded in 1996 in the small town of Modena in northern Italy. Its two founders, both musicians and engineers, joined forces with the aim of emulating electronic circuits using computer algorithms. Today, IK Multimedia is a multinational company with seven subsidiaries in Italy, Great Britain, Japan, Mexico, Brazil, Hong Kong, and the USA and exclusively manufactures products which are perfectly tailored to the needs of musicians, true to its motto “Musicians first”.

Perfect for use on stage, at home, in the rehearsal room or recording studio

With its bright and easy-to-read display, sturdy metal housing, and metal footswitches, the IK Multimedia ToneX Pedal is the perfect choice for those who require a highly reliable stompbox that can be taken just about everywhere, from the rehearsal room to dimly lit stages. The integrated headphone output makes it easy for users to practise at home without disturbing their neighbours' peace and quiet, and the ToneX Pedal can also be connected to a mini PA system instead of a large-size amplifier in order to save space in the rehearsal room. In combination with an external expression pedal, it will also allow musicians to take creativity to the next level during their stage performances. With a weight of roughly 900 grams, this compact stompbox is of course a great solution for those who want to take it with them on a regular basis. What is more, the ToneX Pedal is even suitable for fake reamping of guitar and electric bass recordings in a DAW. The included self-adhesive rubber feet can be applied to prevent the pedal from slipping on any desk in the studio or at home.

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36 Reviews

Game changer, but not for players who wants to play with guitar cabinets
AlesT 01.03.2023
This unit is a Game Changer, if you search for a profiler! This is much better comparing with Kemper and Quad Cortex (I used them both) for much less money.

BUT, if you want to play it with a power amp (like Matrix GT 1000) and with a guitar cabinet, this is not a choice for you. I've tried almost all available monitors and linear speakers (FRFR), but I've never been satisfied and I also don't like to play with headphones. You will ask, why I don't just use guitar amps instead? I play different genre and I like the sound of different amps, but I don't want to spend 20K EUR just for amps.

So, if you mainly play with guitar cabinet, profiling technology is not for you, because you will never get the sound of the amp alone, but you will hear the whole profile chain. The algorithm that cuts the cabinet frequencies is just an approximation. You have to look for modellers, like Fractal, Helix, Hotone II etc. BTW the amps that use modelling in Quad Cortex are not so good in my opinion.

If you use FRFR, studio monitors or headphones, the profiles are higher quality compared with Kemper and Quad Cortex.

I'll stick with my Fractal FM9.


Awesome product
ETS 02.03.2023
Just a wonderful product, the stock profiles didn’t sound good playing through an amp/cabinet but as soon as I downloaded some only amp profiles from Tonenet it really came to life, puncy and raw tones…
Looking forward to profile my own amps….


Sound not real
spoty585 23.08.2023
the sound quality not close to the real amp.


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ToneX Pedal - game changer
Julien_dr 01.03.2023
Cela faisait longtemps que je cherchais ce genre de produit :
- Pédale compacte
- Juste l'essentiel (amp/cab/ reverb/noise gate)
- Système d'ampli captured (ancien possesseur de kemper, jamais satisfait par la modélisation comme Helix, Boss ou les concurrents cependant j'ai adoré le kemper pendant des années qui a apporté la capture)

Je fais parti des guitaristes qui utilise ce genre de produit de 2 façon :
- home studio avec simu baffle capturé ou IR
- DI d'ampli dans un poweramp sur un vrai cab repet concert

Je n'utilise que 4-5 types d'amplis et pas d'effet à part un boost et reverb (la raison pour laquelle j'ai vendu le kemper qui en faisait trop Rack + pedalier + expression + poweramp etc pour si peu d'utilisation de ma part).
Les modèles de base sont juste correctes, j'ai pu récupérer des modèles capturés sur le ToneNEt et là j'ai été bluffé, aussi bon que mon kemper, vraiment.

J'ai attendu des années que qqun sorte un kemper lite avec juste l'essentiel à savoir :
- ampli seul capturé (le plus important pour moi qui joue souvent sur un vrai cab)
- amp + cab capturé
- Format très compact
- pas besoin de 50 boutons avec 250 effets de modulations dont je n'ai pas l'utilité
- des bank avec 3 preset dispo (clean, high gain, lead parfait pour moi)

Ils ont réussi à rendre accessible la grande qualité de capture de Kemper et Neural dans un format simple, qui va à l'essentiel, sans des milliers d'effets et de sous-menus.
Il conviendra aux utilisateurs qui veulent juste des amplis capturés à transporter partout, qui veulent s'enregistrer et jouer sur un vrai cab, qui n'ont pas besoin d'une solution tout en un avec des pédaliers et menus à rallonge et tout ça dans une housse de guitare)

Par contre n'attendez pas de ce produit un Helix ou un Kemper/Quad Cortex qui sera une solution tout en un mais là où le format va poser problème.
Si vous avez besoin de simplicité comme moi, ce produit est LE produit dont vous avez besoin sinon attendez qu'ils sortent un format plus évolué mais qui sortira à plus de 1000 euros et dont je n'ai personnellement pas l'utilité.
Ne venez pas mettre des 2/5 à un produit qui ne se veut pas être un multieffet, il est seul dans sa catégorie et pour moi, LE GameChanger en terme de qualité prix prestation. Mettre à disposition le système de capture d'ampli au grand public et à toutes les bourses.
Profitez du moment, c'est peut être la meilleur époque pour être guitariste


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