#1
Does anyone on here use these? If so how do you like them? And is it better to get the expression pedal built in(g1x)?
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#2
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#3
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#4
no! stay away from them, i had the g2 which is supposed to be "better" than the g1, and it was utter crap. sounds like running your guitar through a spider's effects then into your amp, it totally kills your tone
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#5
i got 1 its ok but id rather have summin better but cannot afford a boss me-50 at the moment and the pedal get 1 built on i bought an external 1 and it is very dodgy and effect changin the pedal is very limited and i mean very.
#6
it depends what you're using it with, i have one but since i've got a decent amp i use either the distortion on there or the metal muff now. I just run it as a tuner now, maybe the occasional delay effect on the clean channel
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#7
I have one. It's not bad and better if you like to use the drums in it.

I had a lot of fun with it before I got better pedals.
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#8
I have the G1 , it's a great pedal for a beginer , has every effect imaginable , tough it sounds verry synthetic , it just dosn't have that energy in it.
It's a great pedal nontheless , I'd suggest getting the G1X or the G2 , the expression pedal really helps on Wah , Pitch Bending etc.