#1
ok I am REALLY in need of a distortion pedal, wah pedal, fade-in pedal, etc. I was looking at the boss me20 multi effects processor.

I use:
Esp LTD EX50
Marshall mg15dfx

I have only been playing for just over a year, really started getting into it about half a year after starting.

Will the Boss ME20 sound good through my equipment? what other multi fx pedals can you recommend? I am looking at under 400 bux (nzd).
lol I'm a n00b
#2
The ME isn't bad, its nothing like a dedicated pedal board, but a great way to find out what you want. I might be willing to sell my ME-50, you should PM me if your interested.

It sounds fine through the MG, and definantly has better overdrive.
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#3
Quote by DeathByDestroyr
I might be willing to sell my ME-50, you should PM me if your interested.


Even to nz? lol the shipping will be mAssive!
#4
Oh, yeah I suppose. IDK its up to you if the shipping is worth it?

It isn't a bad pedal though, sounds much better paired with a nice amp then most modellers IMO.
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#5
Generally the rule is that multi-fx should be used through better amps. This, I find untrue. My favourite mulifx are made by Line 6. You should check some out.

-Gibson LP VM
-Silvertone Kentucky Blue
-MXR CC Delay
-Ibanez TS-9
-Egnater Rebel 20
-Avatar 1x12

My rig is simple
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#6
Quote by squirtle154
Even to nz? lol the shipping will be mAssive!


I have an ME-50 sitting around doing nothing. If you want it, PM me with an offer. I'm in Auckland.
#7
I always feel obligated to pish the Zoom G9.2tt. Two 12AX7's in the signal chain, 3d expression pedal. Endless functionality. on ebay now for around 300 bucks and less! My band's other gutarist has this and it freakin' rocks man! Everybody who uses it falls in love with it, except my cheap ass. I already have to many damn pedals. If I was to buy a multi, it would be this one, no doubt.

Check it out - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YUGlVG8-fI
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1980 Marshall JMP 2204
#8
Quote by Jonny Ryan Mac
I always feel obligated to pish the Zoom G9.2tt. Two 12AX7's in the signal chain, 3d expression pedal. Endless functionality. on ebay now for around 300 bucks and less! My band's other gutarist has this and it freakin' rocks man! Everybody who uses it falls in love with it, except my cheap ass. I already have to many damn pedals. If I was to buy a multi, it would be this one, no doubt.

Check it out - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YUGlVG8-fI


$300 US =/= $300 NZ
#9
^True. Stil worth a look though.
1981 Gibson Les Paul Custom (Black Beauty)
1980 Marshall JMP 2204
#10
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