#1
I have the Hardwire SC-2 Valve Distortion pedal, and i am quite impressed with it. I was looking into getting some new pedals and i was curious as the how good the rest of the hardwire line is. Does anyone have any experience with their pedals such as the chorus or reverb or metal pedals?

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#2
I own the delay and think it's quite good. No gripes as far as construction, tone, etc goes - I'm impressed with the different simulations of different types and the looper.

In all I'd say they're a great line of pedals.
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#3
its Digitech's highest line of pedals
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#4
How do they compare to other lines? Like if i was in a dilemma and was torn between chorus pedal, and i was looking at a boss, and mxr, a voodoo, a danelectro, a digitech or a digitech hardwire, would the hardwire be a good choice? Or would a boss be better etc
#5
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How do they compare to other lines? Like if i was in a dilemma and was torn between chorus pedal, and i was looking at a boss, and mxr, a voodoo, a danelectro, a digitech or a digitech hardwire, would the hardwire be a good choice? Or would a boss be better etc

Hardwire > BOSS
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#7
You can't go wrong with Hardwire.

Period.
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#9
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everything > boss

true, so true
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