#1
Well, I love Boss pedals. I really need a sustain, delay, and reverb...but those are all such expensive Boss pedals. The Digitech variations are 20 to 30 dollers cheaper, but idk if the quality would be the same...any opinions?

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#2
Digitechs arent bad. But like you im a boss lover, and id stay with boss. look on ebay, i get pedals off there all the time. you can get great deals on pedals on ebay. I almost got a Boss CS-3 and a DD-3 for $75 there about $190 if you buy them on MF.
#3
For single pedals

Boss > Digitech

for Multi FX pedals

Digitech > Boss

So I'd definately give the Boss thes inglular pedals mate.
#4
i have the boss DD-6 (digital delay) and it works and sounds great. i havent tried many digitech effects so i wouldnt know any difference. it was an expensive pedal
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#5
I have a Boss-ME 50 and love it, so if you want delay, reverb and sustain i'd say go with that...
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#6
The boss reverb/sustain pedals are pretty much arse. The delays good.
But your better off going analog for reverb and compression.
#7
Do NOT buy digitech. Their pedals are incredibly bad and sound like garbage. Go with Boss, the sound quality is superb, you get what you pay for.
#8
Quote by gallagher2006
For single pedals

Boss > Digitech

for Multi FX pedals

Digitech > Boss

So I'd definately give the Boss thes inglular pedals mate.



Sorry but that is wrong. I have owned two digitech multi effects pedals, the rp series. They sound fake and you can't use them live.....just doesn't work. I own the Boss ME-50 multi effects and it is outstanding.
#9
Well I own a Bad Monkey and run it through a VJ and it sounds just as good as a Tubescreamer...
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