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Old 10-13-2012, 07:34 AM   #1
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Multieffects pedal under 400 australian (for shoegaze and rock)

Looking for a mfx pedal. I'm mostly an analog guy, only problem is, buying all analog pedals is damn expensive and isn't easy to set up. Basically what i need is something with good reverbs, delays and rotosphere, something which i can use for shoegaze and psychedelic music (The Horrors, My Bloody Valentine) as well as some for like Pink Floyd esque delays and some of the later zeppelin effects. Whilst i do like my shoegazy stuff, i also play a fair bit of hard rock so overdrives are a pretty big thing.

Amp models are somewhat important to me, i would like to have a variety of different sounds to experment with, although i'm not overly fussed, but it would be a big plus if they were realistic.

We bought my friend an rp500 last year and he loves it so i was considering that although it's been out for nearly 5 years, so it's pretty much at the end of the product cycle, so i'm not sure, any thoughts. I'm also looking at Zoom g5, it's new and fresh except all the demos on YT i've heard are pretty crappy sounding so i don't know about that. There's also the POD HD300 or 400. that's all i could come up with, if you have any thoughts, please share.

i'm using a les paul through a cube 30x atm and this is probably what it will go through most of the time, i'm also going to be using this live and at home and some minor recording with various amps which are available at the time.

Real quick, i have a standalone wah and fuzz, i just think those effects sound best analog so not to fussed about that
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Old 10-13-2012, 07:44 AM   #2
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Check out the Line 6 M13. It's basically a Pod HD minus the amp models. It's quite affordable and many professionals use it. Unfortunately I don't think amp modelling would sound too good through the Cube you have anyway :/
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Old 10-13-2012, 08:08 AM   #3
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ohh yeah, forgot to mention, preferable used to save on the $$$
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Old 10-13-2012, 09:51 AM   #4
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Check out the Vox Tonelab EX! I have it and it suits my needs very well. I usually play hard rock, metal, blues and random stuff. It's got quite some options, though some dislike its higher gain stuff (I tend to like the high gain amp models, but I seem to be the only one on here ).

EDIT: Check this for some demo's of what the Tonelab EX can do: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF10A27C827192D02

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