#1
hi I'm a total noob in multi-effect boards area .. and before I buy the boss me-70, I hope some of you can answer my questions..

I've got a Epiphone Les Paul and a Marshall MG30fx-new.
The boss me 70 has a preamp-section with a view amp modells. when I want to use the preamp-section in combination with my amp, how should I set my amp to have a good sound of the selected amp model of the preamp-section?

is there any solution to connect the boss me 70 with the computer?

please excuse my bad english

thanks for help
#2
The boss can connect to the computerrr with a USB. I don't understand what you mean when you say "how should I set my amp" sorry.

But I would recommend the Zoom G3 instead. More effects, better tone and lighter but it is probably slightly less durable (not much) and it is cheaper the the boss me-70
#3
The Boss-ME 70 has no usb port.. only a REC Out for Line and thats my problem ^^

I mean, for example if I want to use the tweed type of amp in the preamp section, did my amp has to be set "clean" so I have a realistic sound of the tweed amp on my marshall mg30fx-new? Or is it very difficult to use the different amp types in combination with my amp
#4
Run your amp clean, EQ flat (everything at 10). Use the pedal to shape your tone and EQ.

Youll have to get a usb audio interface to plug your pedal into. Like this

http://www.gear4music.com/Recording-and-Computers/Line-6-Pod-Studio-GX-USB-Audio-Interface/B3B

Really though, youll find VSTs that sound 1000 times better than the ME70.
#5
Quote by beckyjc

Really though, youll find VSTs that sound 1000 times better than the ME70.


can you recommend me something which is better than the boss me 70 ?
#7
Quote by d.nice
can you recommend me something which is better than the boss me 70 ?
Zoom G3. Some Bird, Baldwin Park, Outta Town, and Orange Chimera in My Music link or profile are done with the G3 recorded straight into handheld recorder from the 1/4" out. And it has a USB for audio recording as well. You can add an expression pedal for $30 (M-Audio EX-P). The drums and double tracking in those songs were real-time using the built in looper/drum machine.

IMO the G3 has as good or better amp models that anything for less than $500.