#1
im getting a new amp soon, probobly a vox ad50vt and was wondering if it was neccasary to keep my boss GT-5? i play mostly rock, punk etc.
Also, if i was selling my boss, are single stomp boxes worth getting if i wanted a different sound? I want to know why single effects are so expensive for one effect compared to an effects processor with hundreds.

thanks
#3
Effect processors have a tendency to take away from the original tone of the amp. Good stomp pedals are true bypass and don't screw around with the original signal.
#4
youd want to at least keep the boss for a while to see how you like its interaction with the new amp. Chances are, youre just a bit pissed off at the tone youre getting now but it doesnt have anything to do with the Boss.

Get the new amp and dont sell the boss for 2 months whatever happens.
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#6
Quote by CJRocker
GT-5? There is a GT6, a GT3, a GT8, and a GT10, but no GT5 that I knwo of.


well i have a gt-5 and as does my guitar tutor
#7
Keep your gt-5.

It's simply the best out of the GT-range. 8 is a joke compared to 5.
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