I can't get on with those Digitech RP boards. When I press the two pedals to engage the tuner it sometimes scrolls through the menu at a rapid pace, leaving you about twelve patches from were you want to be and no tuner. It's too finicky for me.
Boss and Line 6, obvious suggestions, another brand I like but often gets overlooked is Korg. You can pick up an older AX1500 for little money.
The heavier dirt settings are quite good, Overdrive not so much, but are they ever on these things? Everything else reasonably good. _________________
Stop fucking about and get an SD-1
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Joined: 09 Oct 2008 Posts: 3172 Location: Glasgow, UK
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You can get a preowned Boss GT series for not much money and they're great, loads of pedals plus amp/cab emulation and loads of dedicated outs. I've had 2 M9s and I'm actually contemplating getting rid of it again. Doog's right, the modulation is good on there but the whole thing always have a weird sound to me. Like it sounds more sterile than the Boss or something.
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