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My friend was looking into a few multi fx's like the Pod X3, the Zoom TT, and the Boss GT-10 (Full sized versions). Out of those, what would be best in functionality, is there any other pedal you would recommend over those?
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My friend was looking into a few multi fx's like the Pod X3, the Zoom TT, and the Boss GT-10 (Full sized versions). Out of those, what would be best in functionality, is there any other pedal you would recommend over those?


i like Line 6 products, so i would go for the POD X3, but the GT-8/10's have really good reputation. the POD's have better amp modeling, but the GT's have better effects. what are you looking for?
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Line 6's and Boss are pretty much the standard in multi-FX. The GT-10 is probably the most advanced you could buy at the moment (it has a built-in arpeggiator!), but is horrifically expensive. The GT-8 is very versatile and has excellent sound quality. PODs are also great for the price.
Has your friend considered Digitech's GNX series? *Flame shields up!* They're great value for money and are packed with features. OK, so the amp modelling is a matter of taste, but I love the sound I get out of my GNX3000. the cleans are brilliantly clear, and the overdrive will do 60's fuzz to modern metal. Plus, it has a USB port and direct line-out for PA's. Built like a tank, too.

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