#2
It doesn't sound good, but it will get the job done. It's great if you just want to experiment and find out what sort of effects you like.
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#3
get the rp250 its way better and only $150
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#4
This probably won't help you.

I never bothered with the multi-effects, i have three seperate pedals. The Small Clone, Boss DS-1 and the Grunge pedal from DigiTech. sometimes it's better to just do that because of how easy it is to switch back and forth, but then again, its a lot more to lug around. i dunno.
#5
yea i just want to experiment for now when i start gigging ill buy something better
#6
Multi effects are great for really discovering your tone. It's more of a temporary solution, though, and if you want bang for your buck, multi-effects are the way to go. You'll outgrow it after a while, but at least you'll know what effects suit you so you know what to get later on. Go for it, but if you could get the RP250 for only $20 more, you should try and go for that.
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