#1
Hey guys,

I'm looking to buy an multi effect pedal but I'm having doubts about what to choose. I live in a small town so it's really hard for me to go to a store to try them out since there are no stores arround.
I'm looking for something cheap but good sounding. I mostly play Van Halen, Priest, Maiden, Ratt so I want to nail those sounds but I would also like to have some versatility (obsvly).
Also, expression pedal is required.

I'm enjoying the videos I've watched about the Zoom G1Xon but I would like your opinion about it or new suggestions (150€ max).
#2
I have a boss gt6. Pros of the boss multi fx are they are durable, reliable and have a huge range of tones. Cons are there are so many settings itst hard to set up.
#3
I'm not sure about the G1Xon or whatever but the G3X and G5 would probably be perfect for you. I'm a big fan of the old Boss ME50 too. Another option would be an Alesis Quadraverb (they're dirt cheap but sound great) and a midi controller pedalboard gadget.
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#4
The G1xon has all the same effects etc as the G5 & G3, the only difference is it works in set patches rather than having control of each individual effect. Theyr e all editable in the same way, just not with the pedals.

They also have an aux input which is really useful for practicing.

Great pedals, I'd always recommend them.
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#5
Quote by lucky1978
I'm not sure about the G1Xon or whatever but the G3X and G5 would probably be perfect for you. I'm a big fan of the old Boss ME50 too. Another option would be an Alesis Quadraverb (they're dirt cheap but sound great) and a midi controller pedalboard gadget.

+1 on the g3x, one of the best multi FX for that price.
#8
Older Digitech units are great sounding an dirt cheap : the RP-1, RP-10 and RP-12.
Boss GT-5, GT-6 and Gt-10.
They may not have the bells and whistles of today's units, but their sounds are awesome.