#1
I've always used pedals but I want to start buying some rack gear. What's a good beginner rack? Something nice but cheaper.. I don't need that many shelves or whatever either and I want something that will hold my head too
#2
What do you need? What effects are you using now?
For effects I'd recommend the TC Electronics G Major.
#3
you coul EASILY build one, very, very, easily
that way, everything is build to your specifications, and you can have as many slots as you want....
#5
Style? What do you play? Who you like? Who do you want to sound like?

Why to we always have to ask?
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#6
So this thread isn't about boobs?
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#7
I think you may aswell wait for a bit for some rack gear; most of it's really expensive, considering it's mainly for pros, and it's designed for gigging, not really for bedroom guitaring.

Maybe consider it a bit more, because most of the good stuff costs £300+.

Yeah.
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#8
yeah and if you cant build one youll have to buy one which will be real expensive for the rack/ head combo box. I have assembled a decent rack, its just sooo much money, you better have lots of $ lying around or be using it to play professional and make some
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