#1
Which is better the Boss GT-8, Digitech GNX3000, or GNX4?

I want a floor processor with a wide sweep of effects and i want to know if any of these have the feature where you can save a preset and just hit a pedal on the board and the preset come instead of having to scroll through them to get to it?
#3
Quote by webbtje
Boss takes it away. It'll be going cheap too, since the GT-10 is coming out.



Does the Boss GT-8 have a drum machine? Track Recording?
#5
In terms of pure tone from amp models, the GNX3000 is ahead of the rest and in terms of features the GNX4.

I've played the the gt6, gt8 and gnx3000 live and the gnx3000 was by far the most natural sounding. I did like the GT8 though.
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#6
Quote by JWBlack
In terms of pure tone from amp models, the GNX3000 is ahead of the rest and in terms of features the GNX4.

I've played the the gt6, gt8 and gnx3000 live and the gnx3000 was by far the most natural sounding. I did like the GT8 though.


So the GNX3000 would be good for amp modeling, Track recording, drum machine, and effects? Does it have the pedal thing I was saying where you store a preset and assign it to a pedal/switch and turn it on just by hitting the switch?