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if you can try them both and see which better for you. I personally don't like multi effects for bass.
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Quote by roaddawg07
I personally don't like multi effects for bass.


Yeah, pretty much, but for a beginner they are cool because he can try out all the different fx and find out which of those he likes. (and which ones to avoid Like the plague, LOL)

I personally have tried dozens of effects but have never found one that I like the sound of while playing with the rest of the band. Alone they sound great but get lost when competing with the guitars.
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Zoom's a good brand, but the B-1 leaves a bit to be desired. It can get preeeeetty noisy.

Korg is also a good brand, and between the two you listed, i would totally go with the Korg.
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