#1
i need help finding a multi fx unit for my amplifier to do the delays, choruses and echos i would prefur to only spend up to £150 for it and i dont mind if it is used or new, i do intend to use it just for the effects on my large amp but it would be useful if it had some distortions for my smaller amp. i have been looking at the korg ax3000g (new) and a boss gt-3 (used) and a zoom gfx-4 (used) any other suggestions would be useful and thoughts on those units.
Gear:

Jackson DKMG pro
Schecter omen exreme 7
Tanglewood Che Guivara mk.1
Brunswick electro acoustic


peavey 412ms
some rack stuff
#2
Check out the Line 6 M13. Some people don't like this unit for some reason, but I think for what you pay, the modulation effects are really good. Now the overdrives and distortion units kind of sound very similar to each other but I never used them so whateves.
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#3
I have a Digitech RP90, I got it new for $150, and the effects on it are great. I play mostly metal, and the metal tones are okay at best, not very gainy(at least, after you compare it to a Digitech Death Metal or either of BOSS's metal pedals), but for softer stuff the disto you get out of it's fine.
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I have a Digitech RP90, I got it new for $150, and the effects on it are great. I play mostly metal, and the metal tones are okay at best, not very gainy(at least, after you compare it to a Digitech Death Metal or either of BOSS's metal pedals), but for softer stuff the disto you get out of it's fine.



He doesn't need distortion, he needs effects and the RP90 is cool but I'm sure the processor isn't as powerful as the M13. If the RP90 has similar sounds to the RP50 I had I recommend you steer clear TS.
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Check out the Line 6 M13. Some people don't like this unit for some reason, but I think for what you pay, the modulation effects are really good. Now the overdrives and distortion units kind of sound very similar to each other but I never used them so whateves.


That costs way more than 150 bucks
#6
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He doesn't need distortion, he needs effects and the RP90 is cool but I'm sure the processor isn't as powerful as the M13. If the RP90 has similar sounds to the RP50 I had I recommend you steer clear TS.

Oh, he doesn't need it, but he said it'd be nice, and the RP90 has effects. XD
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#7
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That costs way more than 150 bucks

its not dollars broooo
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#8
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That costs way more than 150 bucks


Sure, but he has a lot more than 150 bucks. He's in England...
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#9
Check out the Boss ME-25
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#10
For the dollar/pound value nothing beats the original Digitech RP-1, in my opinion. It has an all metal housing and is built like a tank. It was one of the original digital multi-effect units, has the power adapter built inside, and sounds great, just like the golden age of those effects.

In dollars they can be purchased for $50-$100, obviously used.

I think they are still the kings of the multi-effect board.
#11
They make multifx electric guitars? If not this should be in GG&A.
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#12
I don't really have any good suggestions, since I've only owned the RP50, which has good effects, but its a major tone sucker (takes a dump all over your clarity.) I wouldn't go with the Zoom pedal, my friend has one and they have some pretty good distortion settings, but the effects kinda suck. I don't know much about the GT-3, but I know the GT-10 is really amazing, so its probably pretty good.
#13
the m13 is nearly £500, the m9 is a more reasonable £300, the only real multi effects processors you can afford with that budget all have amp models which i don't think can be turned off
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the m13 is nearly £500, the m9 is a more reasonable £300, the only real multi effects processors you can afford with that budget all have amp models which i don't think can be turned off


That's so expensive. They are so much cheaper over here! Might as well buy a plane ticket and go gear shopping.
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#15
I have had excellent experiences with my digitech RP 250. I think its been discontinued though. I assume there is a similar model out now. Well worth the money i spent on it.

(actually i got it for free, but its still amazing.)
#16
i actualy found a digitech rp 1 surprisingly is it worth a bid?
Gear:

Jackson DKMG pro
Schecter omen exreme 7
Tanglewood Che Guivara mk.1
Brunswick electro acoustic


peavey 412ms
some rack stuff
#17
any other ideas for used pedals?
Gear:

Jackson DKMG pro
Schecter omen exreme 7
Tanglewood Che Guivara mk.1
Brunswick electro acoustic


peavey 412ms
some rack stuff