#1
I want to buy a guitar processor which has a very good performance, of course in a low price range. Under 10K-15K INR equivalent to 170$ - 250$ (approx). Need some pro's suggestion.

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#2
id strongly suggest saving a bit more money. In that range your really not going to be getting much in terms of sound quality.
#4
By processor do you mean a multi-fx?

Pod HD range is nice.
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#5
well for time being i am planning to buy zoom g2 1nu, just to get started or as eppicurt suggested i might hop towards POD HD series, which i think, might sound awesome as well.... please enlighten me guys, if i am going the wrong way.....Thanks @mintsauce
#7
well at my price's range i could only find Line6 Floor POD modelling guitar processor.....and guys whats the difference between Multi Effect Processor and Modelling Guitar Processor?? which is better???
#8
Save up three or four more grand, INR, it's what I did. And then I bought the Zoom G5. Check it out, it's going for 18200 or something on Bajaao. It's a good buy, and while people do say the Line 6 POD Series is better, I prefer this one.
#9
right, that sounds like a gud idea but i am tight on the budget and i need to get one fast, cause i got a gig coming up. After the gig i will surely, get a better one then i will spend more on the unit. So i have narrowed my choices to Zoom G2-1nu and Line 6 Floor POD. Which one will be better. Guys, please throw in some suggestion....would mean a great deal if u do!
#11
I got a Zoom G 9.2tt and its working like a charm.....I couldn't hope more and the best part is that i got it in $240 brand new.....!!!!
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#12
A quadraverb 2.
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#13
Digitech makes some good processors for the money. I was on a budget a few years ago and got a RP 50 it did quite good variety of amp presets and cabs. If you can try some out.
#14
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Digitech makes some good processors for the money. I was on a budget a few years ago and got a RP 50 it did quite good variety of amp presets and cabs. If you can try some out.


I second this ^^^

I bought myself an RP255 for £120 and it was worth every penny. A great option for those on a budget, you can get a huge variety of sounds from the thing and there are over 200 patches that people have uploaded to the Digitech site...including one which makes your guitar sound like a convincing church organ.
#15
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So i have narrowed my choices to Zoom G2-1nu and Line 6 Floor POD. Which one will be better. Guys, please throw in some suggestion....would mean a great deal if u do!
Why would you by an obsolete G2.1nu when the new units are out? G1Xon, G3, G3x, and G5. I suggest one of those.
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^ He already bought a Zoom G 9.2tt
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#18
Thanks for the suggestion guys though.....I took everyone's suggestion in mind but when i got to the shop i couldn't help my self when i got the Zoom in so cheap price :p .....I thought there got to be some defect but I couldn't find one....been using it for more than 5 months and it has never dis pointed me a bit.....!!