#1
I'm going to buy a multi-effect. I think about Digitech GNX3000 and GNX3. But I don't know which one has heavier distortion. So does anyone have them can give me an advice? Thx
#2
I'm pretty sure the 3000 has all the same effects at the gnx3 plus a few more artist presets and maybe a few more effects. My friend uses the gnx3 and he gets pretty heavy distortion though. I'm not sure I like the pedalboard as a whole, though, because a lot of the effects on there are useless unless you are willing to spend the time to tweak them till you like the sound.


Edit: ^I also agree with this guy. But, I understand wanting a multi-effects if it's necessary and you don't have the money to buy them individually.
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Last edited by FanksGuv at Jul 23, 2007,
#3
Quote by JC13
If distortion is all you're after then don't buy a multi effect at all, buy a single effect. Because, as said 1000000 x before, quality is greater than quantity.

Thanks....but I actually need many other effect sounds. And hey, I'm thinking about single effect too. So do you think I should save money for many single effects or a multi-effects?
@FanksGuv: thanks your information.
#4
I have a GNX-1 and am very happy with it. Don't listen to the tones snobs, the amp and cab modeling is pretty accurate to the original tones. And the rectified model has a pretty killer distortion.
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