#1
Hi I am a solo acoustic performer and singer and I am going to play lots of cover gigd this summer. I was wondering if anyone has checked out the new digitech band creator and would it be suitable for acousitc guitar and performance, just to have a more broad sound. Or would a basic stomp box be better to have.
#2
TRIO looks interesting for solo work, but it's new enough that I've never seen one in the wild.
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#3
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But you might prefer to just record full tracks and run them from a computer to an Audio Interface and out to a powered PA system. Then you can just play through a song without having to stomp on a box every movement of the song. You could even use the Trio to record the tracks exactly how you want, then just play them through the computer for performances. c:
Last edited by Will Lane at May 7, 2015,
#4
Quote by Will Lane
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But you might prefer to just record full tracks and run them from a computer to an Audio Interface and out to a powered PA system. Then you can just play through a song without having to stomp on a box every movement of the song. You could even use the Trio to record the tracks exactly how you want, then just play them through the computer for performances. c:


That's how I see it playing out best as well. Unless I've missed something it only stores 3 settings at a given time, so that's 3 songs max., assuming only a single backing for each.

While that's cool, it's also not enough for live use except in extremely narrow circumstances.
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Charles Darwin
#5
Okay guys I like your advice think thats the best option too. Go with backing tracks and I already have a loo pedal so vary it from one with backing to another with the loop