#1
Hi, anyone of you have heard of the NUX MFX 10 guitar multi fx? I saw it on one of the music stores recently. It seems like its a copy of the Boss ME-25, and the Digitech RP355. I have tested it and it really does sound like a hybrid of the two. I've read from this dude online that its better than both, but I dont really know how true. The concern is, if its an attempt to copy both, how about its durability? Thanks.
#3
Quote by fly135
According to their website the input impedance is 3.3K Ohms. You can't plug a guitar into that. More likely the specs are bogus. I noticed they said it has < 0.01% THD. That's a ridiculous spec for a multifx.

http://www.nuxefx.com/product_detail.php?id=8%26id1=40%26id2=0

I wonder why they claim to sell them everywhere but the US.


So this is just another one of them "buy n regret" items. And its sold for $250-$299!
#8
I am actually having one of these units delivered tonight. I live in the Philippines and these Nux pedal boards are popping up all over here. They are going cheap too, about $100USD for the MG 100 and $135USD for the MFX 10. I will post a detailed review here after I put it thru its paces. For $135 I thought it was worth the gamble, but I can't find anything besides a few youtube videos.
#9
Quote by Makati Rob
I am actually having one of these units delivered tonight. I live in the Philippines and these Nux pedal boards are popping up all over here. They are going cheap too, about $100USD for the MG 100 and $135USD for the MFX 10. I will post a detailed review here after I put it thru its paces. For $135 I thought it was worth the gamble, but I can't find anything besides a few youtube videos.

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