#1
Alright, I have that DigiTech RP-350. It's nice. But, yeah...nothing to go nuts about.

Anyways, I really like some of the models on there. Is it worth it to buy the pedals if I already have the processor?

The reason being is, like say, if I want to adjust the phaser speed per say, I have to go in, scroll through, then try to dial in whatever I need/want.

You get the idea.

I want actual pedals so I can just reach down and adjust, instead of having to reprogram so-to-speak. Ya know?

So, yeah, would it be worth it? Keep in mind I may start gigging in a few months (folk music, coffee shop stuff).
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#3
Roland Cube 15W.

I'm gonna get a Fender pretty soon though.

Probably Frontman 65R, just for the cheap (inexpensive) cleans.
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#5
okay. but just out of curiousity, what makes you say that, is it the amp (Fender Frontman) or what?
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#6
Because digital or analog, everything will sound pretty bad through a frontman.
That's my opinion of the amp though. Why exactly do you want that?
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#7
it sounded fine to me, tone is just opinion mostly anyway.

But for the sake of argument,

what if I ran everything through my Dad's Ampeg Gemini G-12 that he has kept since the late 60's?

THEN would it be worth it?
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#8
You could just like, sell the RP-350 and use the extra cash to buy a good tube amp and one or 2 of your favorite pedals. If you snagged your dad's gemini than you could just buy your favorite pedals and it would be much more worthwhile than the processor. What kind of music do you normally play?
#9
classic rock (60's-80's), folk, country, and am starting to learn jazz.

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translation:

find me a table in the back.
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