#1
MultiFX for 200 euros($240)???

Style:Metal and some rock,blues,funky,fusion. .

I want the prices to be dealer's prices, not internet because there is a discount on intrnet prices..

I will play throuh pc so don't ask what amp i have...
#2
T.C. Electronics G-Sharp? it's a 19" MFX and its only Reverb and Modulations FX, but they sound awesome
Gear:
Ibanez SZ320 -> Höfner Analouge Delay -> MXR GT-OD -> Laney GH50L -> T.C.Electronics GMajor -> Line6 4x12 w/ Celestion G12T-75


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#3
Quote by OrangeWalls
T.C. Electronics G-Sharp? it's a 19" MFX and its only Reverb and Modulations FX, but they sound awesome



no i want a floor based
#4
I tried out a ZOom multi FX the other day the one with the Two tubes in it.

They also had a GT10.

These things are really complex and i didnt really understand how to use it, all in all I tought the OD on the Zoom was much much better, the GT 10 sounds to digital altough there both digital.

As far as modulations and delay go there both on par.

http://www.zoom.co.jp/english/products/g92tt/index.php
Last edited by THEKID546 at Dec 21, 2008,
#6
you ever heard of buying used.

try one out at a local store and then buy it used.

Also i see alot of guys on here using line 6 tone ports or POD for home use and what they come up with isnt half bad, its really good for home stuff.
#7