#1
hey guys , my friend is kinda broke n he wants to get a decent multieffects pedal with 50-100$ , i've recommended him to get a digitech rp90 or behringer X V-Amp , any other opinions ?????
#3
Quote by crohno
decent multieffects for 50-100$ hahahahahaha



a prime example of the helpful advice that is so bountiful on these forums

for that kind of cash you wont really be able to get something classed "decent" but im sure you could get something from behringer or something similar used perhaps? but seriously the best thing your frind can do is save up
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#5
You could get a Behringer Mutli-FX pedal for like $30, but I can't guarantee that it's good haha
#6
"okay" multi effect pedals begin to show up at 150$.

I suggest that your friend should save up more.
#7
the RP90 isn't too bad and is probably your best bet in that price range. to get a better quality multi you'd have to save up a lot more.
#8
I tried out an old digitech RP that was price at $35 at GC. It was setup completely retarded and extremely confusing to use. The effects were all pretty much meh. The delay was okay, as well as the reverb. The rest pretty much sucked though. I ended up buying a used Tube Screamer instead and am very happy with the decision.
#9
What about a Zoom G2?
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#11
Quote by sylphin
a prime example of the helpful advice that is so bountiful on these forums

Sometimes bluntness is more effective.

It's most certainly more entertaining though.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
#12
Quote by bubb_tubbs
Sometimes bluntness is more effective.

It's most certainly more entertaining though.

+1

TS: I'd look into a Korg AX. They're really solid for their price.
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