#1
'lo all

As titles says, I'm looking for alternatives to the Boss ME MultiFX boards. I've used Me-70s in college and they're pretty sweet, though I definitely can't afford the GT series.

So, what are similar boards to these?
#2
So you need multifx units? Not sure what you mean so I'm assuming the "larger" multifx pedals with 4 stompboxes and such
Vox Tonelab
Line 6 POD
Digitech RPs (the 500 is larger than the rest)


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#3
Yeppers, that seems the kinda thing I'm looking for I've come across the Korg AX3000G also, so things along those lines.


On a side note, sweet
#4
Are you looking for effects-only, or for amp modeling too? IIFR the Boss models don't have amp modeling, I haven't used one in forever though.
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Are you looking for effects-only, or for amp modeling too? IIFR the Boss models don't have amp modeling, I haven't used one in forever though.


What I want is something that I can save a ton of my most-used settings on so that I can take them to college with me for convenience, while also having access to commonly-used effects. So amp modelling would be useful I guess, but as long as I have the typical gain/distortion/eq/etc I'll manage
#6
Do you have a budget in mind?
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Do you have a budget in mind?


I'd prefer to keep it under £200, but will consider a little more
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I'd prefer to keep it under £200, but will consider a little more

I would reccomend looking into finding a used Line 6 M9 (or saving up a tiny bit more). Although, in all fairness, that's pretty much what I recommend to everyone, haha. A Digitech RP500 wouldn't be a bad choice either.
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I would reccomend looking into finding a used Line 6 M9 (or saving up a tiny bit more). Although, in all fairness, that's pretty much what I recommend to everyone, haha. A Digitech RP500 wouldn't be a bad choice either.


Line 6 M9 wouldn't cut it I'm afraid, I should have mentioned that it needs an expression pedal
#11
Pod HD. I have no idea how much they are in GBPs, but iirc they have all the effects from the m9 and m13 pedals and an expression pedal.

Btw, a little off topic, but how do you like your tremol-no in your guitar? I've been thinking of getting.one for along time now..
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#12
Cheers guys, got some pretty good options there I've remembered that my college has some association with Roland, which means I can get something like 37% discount off Roland/Boss gear- so I'll possibly take advantage of that and get a Boss GT10, but I'll compare all the suggestions thoroughly

Quaned- the Tremol-No is a fantastic device! Once it's installed, you can forget it's even there. My RG1527 hadn't gone out of tune in around a month thanks to that combined with the locking system! I wanted to tune down half a step today (Bb), and that was no problem with it too. It does most of what it claims, locks the bridge nicely though I can't say I've noticed any improvement in tone or sustain. Well worth a purchase!