#1
I was thinkin about getting a multi-FX pedal like one by digitech but my brother keeps telling me singles are better. Which schould i go with.
#2
It depends entirely on your budget and what you are looking for.
If you want 20+ different effects, a multi-fx is the only realistic way to go. On the other hand, if you know of a few effects that you want, you can just buy those in single pedal format, which will undoubtedly sound much better.
#3
^ +1, exactly.
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#4
i have a multy fx pedal. it sucks! i shuld have bought a single since i only use wha and distortion.....sometimes metal monkey...
#5
If you're looking to have more control over your sound and the affect the FX are having, get single pedals. They're much more precise. If you're wanting a load of FX and want to be able to have different settings through a button, get Multi-FX. But generally speaking, single pedals are often much better than Multi-FX.

Example; I have a KORG AX10G, but also four single pedals. The sound from those pedals with me being able to dial in exactly what I want is much better than my Multi-FX. But if I want quick access to change channels, and want to have digital pre-amp's, etc, I'd use the Multi-FX.
#6
So, what effects are you looking for, and how much are you willing to spend?