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Seperate pedals, or multi effects
« on: January 05, 2014, 01:06:38 PM »
So which do you prefer.  Do you tend to use separate effects pedals, or a multi effects unit??  Or both?

What do you use and why?



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Re: Seperate pedals, or multi effects
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2014, 01:04:18 PM »
I'm addicted to gear. I have both. I built my own pedal board using the IKEA Gorm method. I started building the board when I had about four pedals and then started buying cheap Joyo pedals to fill my board (because I'm not a rich man). I love that thing now. It's like mission control. I like it because the combinations of sound are almost endless.

Prior to that I had (still have) the BOSS ME-50 effects unit. I like it because it offers about 20+ different distortions in one unit. You're limited to one distortion, one modulation and one other effect (the type escapes me right now) at a time as there are three pedals to turn on/off at a time. That's the first instance of Flanger I had though. The BOSS ME-50 was the same price as a flanger pedal ;)

Preference? Home made pedal board.
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