#1
hey u guys i really want a pedal that i can like download presets and effects off the computer to my pedal like for specific songs and stuff
#3
I don't really see the use, unless you wanna play in a cover band.
Multi effects usually sound bad, real bad, but that's just my opinion on things.
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#4
hey guys and try ot keep it at a reasonable price
and dont tell me that it might do it because that means u dont have it and u dont really know
#5
Digitech's do that. So do others. I have an RP250 and it's pretty decent for $150 new. It connects to PC via USB and has X-Edit software. There is a fairly large community of ppl that create and share their presets by band, song, personal, whatever.

I personally have not downloaded someone elses stuff. I would go to digitech.com (and then some others) and look what ppl have posted. Then I would go to a store and try out several different ones.

Newer versions of these Multi FX pedals that are doing 24 bit encoding are far better than the old versions imo.

good luck
#6
Get a pod xt.
Let's go back to five billion bpm and see how good i am.
#7
thanks 311ZOSOVHJH ill try it, would the 150 work?
thats the one my friend has and he has all these presets that dont come with the pedal.
#9
The boss GT series has that ability, but the GT-6 and the GT-8 don't have the usb compatibility, so you have to do it a different way, and buy a cable and use a different port and stuff (I'm not sure if the gt-6 even has this ability, I have the GT-8)

But the GT-10 has the USB compatibility, but they cost about $500 dollars because they just came out this year
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