#1
...and I think I have two choices to make.

1. The Modeller.

I'm looking at floor-type ones. What are these like?

- Digitech RP350
- Digitech GNX1
- Line 6 Floor Pod Plus
- Zoom G7.1ut
- Korg AX-3000G

Main priorities are sound quality and durability.

2. Speaker/amp

The way I see it, there are 3 situtions when I will be using the MFX-

1. Practice at home.
2. Band Practice/Small Gigs
3. Larger Gigs (*prays*)

For home practice, I will continue using my cheapish headphones, the Senn HD201.

For band practice or small gigs, I was thinking something like either a keyboard amp, or an active speaker, like this. Would this work well?

For anything larger, is it true that I could just plug into the PA system?

Thanks,
Josh.
#2
RP350. It has the newest tech out of all the rest. Its sounds great also
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#3
Line 6, it seems to have the best features and looks cool, I know the amp models sound pretty decent
#4
Thanks for the advice.

Has anyone had any experiance with plugging a modeller into an active speaker?
#5
Quote by Volta_91
...and I think I have two choices to make.

1. The Modeller.

I'm looking at floor-type ones. What are these like?

- Digitech RP350
- Digitech GNX1
- Line 6 Floor Pod Plus
- Zoom G7.1ut
- Korg AX-3000G

Main priorities are sound quality and durability.

If you want durability, don't go for the Floor Pod. It's made of crap plastic and won't last long.

I had a look at GAK.co.uk. The Floor Pod Plus is about £200. If you saved up another £60ish then you could get yourself a Boss GT-8 or the Line 6 Pod XT Live. You would probably be much better off in the long run with either of those.

And yes, with these modellers you can just plug straight into the PA. I've done it with my Zoom before and it sounded pretty decent. It's also pretty cool for stereo effects.
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