#1
I want to do youtube covers.
help me pls.
the reason I want to use Multi fx because I can plug them straight to the computer and get awesome sound
so which one should I get?
#3
Boss GT10/GT8 = tons of high quality effects, good tone, can handle extreme metal.

Vox Tonelab = less effects, lower effect quality, great tone, can handle rock and classic metal but not extreme metal.
#4
For amp modeling, unquestionably the Tonelab.
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#5
I have the boss and it's great for recording

you can use the USB cable or the headphone out
and you can use 2 different tones is stereo
#7
Tonelab's great except for high gain. If you want to play metal a lot and record directly from the board, it's probably not for you. It's hard to beat for low gain sounds though.

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#9
I found the Tonelab to be just okay, but had the GT 8 for a month as I rented it from the music store (I intend to purchase one soon) and I found it did everything from cleans to high gain very well. Didn't get a chance to record with it as I had latency issues direct out, and didn't have the USB to record with, but through the effects return of my Peavey it kicked serious ass.
#10
Never played the other two so I can't compare but here's what I don't like about the Tonelab...

Can only use on of the effects on each dial. i.e. one reverb, one delay, one modulation/filter.
Can't do the high gain as mentioned... but a pedal in the "insert" loop solved that problem.
Like I said I haven't played the others to compare, but I felt it was a bit limited in the effects somehow.
My expression pedal broke and doesn't hold itself up anymore.

It sounds great and the amp modeling is good as well though.
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