#1
Can anyone give me some pros and cons of owning a multi-fx pedal like the RP-55?
I'm not really looking into buying any other pedals besides a multi-fx.
Are multi-fx capable of replacing a whole pedal board?
#3
Quote by sbinlb
try line six multi fx pedals they sound better


The pedals or the pods?

$500 for multi-fx doesn't sound like a good deal from line 6.
#4
Quote by StringAssassin
The pedals or the pods?

$500 for multi-fx doesn't sound like a good deal from line 6.

Honestly it sounds very good though. It has lots of lines in and out so you can have it in front of your amp and in the loop at the same time.
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#5
and the pods are 199 new. I'm getting a 2.0, but the better ones are 299+, and they good.
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#7
Multi-FX are typically crap until you go into high-end, such as the TC Electronic G-System.
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#8
yeah

Gmajor is awesome
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#9
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Multi-FX are typically crap until you go into high-end, such as the TC Electronic G-System.


This, except the part where you forgot Line6 PodXT/X3 or BOSS GT8/10 or something in that range.
Trust me, this is experience talking, I ended up buying a zoom 505 followed by an ME50 and I still hate myself for that lulz
Last edited by TubeAmp89 at Oct 7, 2009,