#1
I have the Digitech RP350 multi-effects processor. I have been able to crank out songs pretty close to the sound on the album. It still lacks that quality though. I guess dialing in the right settings gets easier the more you practice at it right? If you know how to dial-in the right settings you could get the exact same tone as the album, or is it impossible to do with the digital processors out there?

everyone ost please with their suggestions, tips, etc.

thanks.
#2
sound on what album?
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#3
i think u can get really close to the tone the sound of the song you are honeing in on, but most bands use real foot pedals, which dont have the processed sound, the real foot pedals sound original , but ive personnally gotten close to stevie ray vaughans sound/tone, with my digitech gnx3,
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