#1
Do multi effects sound goof infront of them.

Im Considering getting a Boss GT-8 or a Line6 Pod XT live. Will they sound good infront of something like a Laney LC30 or VC30? Not decided on what ones im picking but its outta that bunch. Ive got a Zoom G2.1u just now and once I get one of those amps ill sell that to fund one of the better multi-fx.

Thanks!


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#2
Yes and no. They will sound good; but much better if you don't have any (digital) effects in front of them.
#4
Just get the amp (VC30s are amazing by the way) and buy decent single FX to use with it. It'll sound a lot better, you can tweak the sound more and more..
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#5
i recommend analog single effects and bunch them up in a pedalboard.
cuz i used digital effect once, then switched to my analog
i knew the difference.
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#6
just don't use any of the distortion, the modulation and chorus and phaser, delays, etc. will be okay, but single effects are almost always better.
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