#2
My brother has a Boss ME-50B pedalboard that he loves, and it fits your budget...
He uses lots of different distortions and modulation effects on our progressive post-metal band, and it suits him perfectly.

Here's the link: http://www.bosscorp.co.jp/products/en/ME-50B/index.html
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#3
What bass and amp do you have?

Ibanez SR506BM
Ashdown Little Giant 1000w
Peavey TVX 115+410
A big ass upright

#4
yeah it would be better to save up for a great bass amp rather than spending the money on pedals.
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#6
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I have an Acoustic B20 bass amp. It's not the best in the world, but I'm waiting till we're ready to play live for more than a good practice amp. So, for now, I think a good pedal would be good to suit it.


not IMO, but it's your thread, so you're the boss.

A small zoom multieffects would suit you quite well. Every kind of effect and they all sound ok. Not good, not bad, but simply 'ok'.

Or you could do what I'm doing and save up for a pedal tuner and a volume pedal. Neither of which aver very exciting, but they are both amazingly valuable when playing live.
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#7
If I was you I would get a new amp instead, maybe a secondhand Peavey or Ashdown?

Ibanez SR506BM
Ashdown Little Giant 1000w
Peavey TVX 115+410
A big ass upright

#8
Put it towards a good amp. Especially if you don't even have a specific effect in mind.
#12
My opinion on pedals, is that don't buy one and then find a use for it. Given your amp, I agree with your decision to put it towards an amp, which in the long run, will do more for your overall sound.

I am not a fan of multi-effects as primary pedals--the effects and modeling tend to never be near what an actual standalone pedal would be. I owned a BP200 and after about 6 months it pretty much stayed in the box. I recently sold mine with very little regrets.