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I'm on a budget of around £200 for an efx pedal and I sort of narrowed it down to the mooer ge-100 or the hotone ravo. I don't know which is best or if there are any better efx's for an intermediate venturing into pedals. ehlp is greatly appreciated
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#3
I'd suggest a multifx, like the Zoom G3. That'll let you try out all the fx you can imagine and figure out what, not only you like, but what you'll actually use, before plunking down big bucks for individual pedals. With the G3, you also get amp modeling, cab models, a looper, drum beats, tuner, all very easy to use, built to last and very affordable.
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line 6 m9?
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I'm on the north wales peninsula (not many music shops there!) and have a cube 20 xl; I'm a digital guy lol. I play a little of everything which is why multi fx appeal to me, and I buy new off the internet because of my location. its just for noodling at home. any help is really appreciated thanks!
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I'm on the north wales peninsula (not many music shops there!) and have a cube 20 xl; I'm a digital guy lol. I play a little of everything which is why multi fx appeal to me, and I buy new off the internet because of my location. its just for noodling at home. any help is really appreciated thanks!


i'd consider upgrading my amp with a better digital one then. digital fx often don't play nice with modelling amps as they are designed to work with the built in fx. seems like getting a better amp will get you better fx as well that will work with the amp
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i'd consider upgrading my amp with a better digital one then. digital fx often don't play nice with modelling amps as they are designed to work with the built in fx. seems like getting a better amp will get you better fx as well that will work with the amp


thnks for the advice! ive been looking at some tube amps; ill consider one now! thanks