#1
this summer im gonna sell my guitars and some other stuff to fund a big gear investement, 3 pedals an a multi-track digital recorder what do you guy to these things

http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/marshall-regenerator-rg-1/68906

the regenerator will be used mainly for phaser and some chorus to thicken up my rhythm parts

http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/dsb/13049

the sreamin blues will be for blues lead and any rhythm just for that added crunch

http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/76016

the satchurator is for higher gain solos and suchlike

http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/zoom-/66381

and this seems to be the best value digital recorder and has everything i want build into it

so this is my gear plans for the next few months if you think i could improve feel free to suggest but all the pedals do what i need from them so
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#2
Well, get what you want. My opinion is that it's all junk, and a waste of money. Save for one good tube amp and you won't need these pedals since the tone will be soooooooooooooo much better, you won't even care about effects.

Get a USB interface (or similar) and just buy some OEM recording software.
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#4
i cant record onto my pc, the isnt enough memory and it would be waaay expensive to upgrade i well enough for it to be good recording so thanks, but no thanks
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my amp is a valvetronix, and im very happy with it, the high gain is quite muddy but it givs a nice rock crunch. i know what sound im looking for and my amp can pretty mcuh nail it but this gives me the ability to record straight into the muli-tracker. and when i get a band going i can take these pedals with me to keep my sound, cos i cant transport my amp eveywhere

edit:yeah as soon as i can get hold of the satchurator which will be july i think, i will post a review
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#6
"...and when i get a band going i can take these pedals with me to keep my sound, cos i cant transport my amp eveywhere"

Uhh, that's not necessarily true, you know. A big part of your tone IS the amp, the speakers, the cabinet, etc. Putting your pedals into a PA or something isn't going to sound the same.

Guitar amps are much more than just a loudspeaker system to add volume. The single biggest factor of your tone is your amp, more than anything else. If you like your amp, then plan on taking it with you. Or, plan on compromising tone for portability.
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#7
yea, i have heard that everything (except the recorder, which I haven't heard anything about) is crap. The screaming blues is TERRIBLE as well. Also, your amp is a modeling amp, it would take pedals as well as you think.

If I were you, I would just sell everything and ACTUALLY invest. Judging by your pedal selection, you like a lot of different music, yes?

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Traynor-Custom-Valve-50BLUE-YCV50BLUE-50W-All-Tube-1x12-Combo-Amp-with-Celestion-Speaker?sku=489075

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#8
Yeah, I wasn't a big fan of the screamin blues. bought it, returned it and got a Bad monkey. Never heard of the others but they seem to be crap.If you really are satisfied with your amp (Although I wouldn't be) I would just get a decent, versitile distorion and use the rest a good recording system.
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Uhh, that's not necessarily true, you know. A big part of your tone IS the amp, the speakers, the cabinet, etc. Putting your pedals into a PA or something isn't going to sound the same.


Especially considering it's a Valvetronix--it models other amps, so its sounds would be hard to nail, unless you had the amps it was modeling.

Wait--are you planning on plugging into a PA or do you mean you would be able to leave your amp at home and use whatever amp was at the practice site? The PA idea probably isn't going to work out too well...