#1
Ive been looking around for a multi effects pedal board. I want something that I can control easily, something thats not gonna take me 6 months to master, and is gigable. Ive been looking seriously at the digitech rp 500, but I'm not to experienced with multi effects, and all of the features seem pretty intimidating. Any suggestions? Thanks
#2
depends how much money you have and what effects you want
Gear:

Mesa/boogie dual rectifier
Fender Telecaster USA
Epiphone Les Paul
Epiphone Sheraton
Jackson KE3 Kelly Pro
Boss Super Chorus
Boss Super Overdrive
MXR Carbon Copy
Morley Pro Series Wah/Volume/Distortion
t.bone wireless system.
#3
The boss me-33 is pretty easy to use. I mastered it without instructions. My advice is this: get a multi pedal and find the effects you like, then take it back and buy the individual pedals. The multis dont sound as good. And you will save $$.
#4
Well if you are on a budget... go for somthing like a zoom G2x

but if you have the money... definately get the indevidual pedals...

They will give you a much better sound and they are much more versatile at what they do.
Gear:

Mesa/boogie dual rectifier
Fender Telecaster USA
Epiphone Les Paul
Epiphone Sheraton
Jackson KE3 Kelly Pro
Boss Super Chorus
Boss Super Overdrive
MXR Carbon Copy
Morley Pro Series Wah/Volume/Distortion
t.bone wireless system.