#1
I believe this is Boss's third multi-effects pedal that just came out not too long ago. I'm on the market for a low end multi-effects pedal, and this seems like damn good timing. Now I'm not much of a ***** for effects quality (if it makes the sound, I'll play it), but is there anything I should know before making this purchase? If all else fails, are there any other pedals I should look into (preferably not much more than 250 USD)?

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Boss-ME20B-Bass-Multi-Effects-Pedal?sku=151132
If that can be any judge, it seems solid. And knowing Boss, I doubt it can be horrendous. Much thanks for any help
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#2
ive tried it out at GC. its a piece of crap. you have to cycle through like 4325 things to get one damn tone. But i guess its something you have to get used to. im a one pedal at a time kind of guy.
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#3
I haven't heard it so I can't comment on it's sound. However, it's dial/click knob interface is horrible. Like said before, it takes forever to dial in a tone. The Digitech equivalent, granted it sounds like a Digitech, has a very friendly interface.
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#4
I can get used to the interface pretty quickly. Besides...I have much time to fiddle around with it while practicing. But that's definitely something to pay attention to when I try it out.
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