#3
Quote by Dream Pin
Depends what the decent amp is.
What did you have in mind?

A nice tube amp, not sure of which im still searching.
#4
Quote by tsukoyomimoon
A nice tube amp, not sure of which im still searching.


If you're gonna get a nice tube amp, why use a Zoom pedal with it?
And yeah, anyway on the modelling vs tube amp thing, what sort of genres do you play, cos that'll help people advise you.
#5
Quote by Dream Pin
If you're gonna get a nice tube amp, why use a Zoom pedal with it?
And yeah, anyway on the modelling vs tube amp thing, what sort of genres do you play, cos that'll help people advise you.

Rock, especially classic rock, hard rock and bluesy rock.
#7
Main reason to consider before buying multi-FX
Are you really going to use all those FX in conjunction with eachother?
Is it really going to get you an organic tone?
what pedals do you really need?
#8
Quote by Dream Pin
What's your budget?

about 300$
EDIT: also, the pedal is much more accesible to me, since it's hard to find things around here (Venezuela)
Last edited by tsukoyomimoon at Sep 9, 2008,
#9
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Blackheart-BH5112-5W-1x12-Little-Giant-Tube-Combo-Amp?sku=481675
Blackheart?

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Line-6-PODXT-Guitar-Multi-Effects-Processor?sku=482197
Pod XT?
If you're gonna do modelling at this price range, it might aswell be a Pod.

Crunch tones aren't my forté so I'll let other people expand.
#10
sorry to be so annoying but can't import, there's a national law bout it
What about a Epiphone valve junior or laney VC15 with the zoom, can't sound that bad, can it?
#11
You guys have VC15s? than juts get one of those. What fx do you actually need (those are good amps, the Laney VC series)
#12
Quote by Highwaytohell
You guys have VC15s? than juts get one of those. What fx do you actually need (those are good amps, the Laney VC series)

Wah, phaser, flanger, reverb, delay and maybe chorus.
#13
Quote by tsukoyomimoon
Wah, phaser, flanger, reverb, delay and maybe chorus.


I highly doubt you actually need all those things...
Most people either use phase or flange (one or the other)
and Delay? for Blues-Rock? What?
The VC15 has built in reverb

IMHO you'd be fine with the VC15, a Vox wah, and a phase 90