#1
the one i think i might be getting is the vox tonelab le, but i wanna know what i'm missing out on if i get that instead of the gt-10, or others...
i've looked into line 6 pod live but i'm not a huge fan of line 6...or digitech
and i'm afraid the gt-10 will sound to "digital-ized"
any suggestions
i play pretty clean music, nothing really heavy....i crunch it down every once in a while but nothing to serious
#2
TC Electronic Nova System

or

Damage Control Glass Nexus


both are better than any Vox/Line 6/Boss/Roland/Digitech product out there
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#3
I have a Vox Tonelab and love it. Had a Digitech and a Zoom but the Vox blows em away.
Now running an Eleven Rack with Pro Tools 10.3.3 - it's amazing and I'm having ball with it - worth every penny. PT 10 is tops IMO and the Eleven Rack is a work of art!
#4
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I have a Vox Tonelab and love it. Had a Digitech and a Zoom but the Vox blows em away.



exactly what he said

i have the tonelab and it is fantastic. If you want it for amp models then definately the Tonelab LE as i think COSM on boss's pedals sounds too digital. For effects though, boss probably wins (but the vox has every effect i need/ would want)

i had a boss gt-3 but much prefer the tonelab.

i must note that i only use it for bedroom tones. As far as getting a fully cranked marshall valve amp sound in my room at a whispers volume goes, the pedal is exceptional (obviously that doesnt interest you, but the cleans are fantastic too!!), but im not sure if i would gig with it. What is good for the bedroom is not necessarily good for a public spectacle if you catch my drift - i would love to be proved wrong but i think for gigs i will rely on a trusty valve amp with an OD pedal
#5
i'm going to piggy back this thread because it seems to be kinda dead for now anyway,

what about the lower range FX pedals? Like the ME-50? how do those stack up against the Vox? or is it truly work it to spend that extra 150$ for the tonelab?
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