favorite "multi" pedal for tube amp

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  1. eS.G.

    eS.G. Well-Known Member

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    YEp I asked.......on the hunt --might sell em all and use ONLY the 5 watt Panama.....but I know I am going to want to "tweak" things.
    So
    Suggestions?????? Oh remember CHEAP is the vibe......cheap and sounds good ;)
     
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    uh well my VHT Echo Verb.its actually usefull. 20161026_165509.jpeg
     
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    hhhhmmmmmmmm.........
     
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    my complete pedal board, Strob Tuner,Fuzz,Buzz,OD pedal of ur choosing and Delay/ Reverb pedal 20161026_165528.jpeg
     
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    BAD MONKEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)
     
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    Once upon a time...

    I was in a good R&B/funk band.
    We played the NYC R&B circuit.
    Lotsa famous, even "legendary" venues.
    Not a job went by that I didn't receive compliments
    on my tone and my "badass sounds".

    My rig for that band was:
    An early 70's SG special with Larry's PAFs in it.
    A Fender Deluxe non reverb.
    and sitting in between them,

    A Vox wah and

    A Zoom 505 II ($59.95 new).
    Look on Ebay.
    Might be one there.
     
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    i have a DigiTech RP360. The presets don't seem to sound as good amplified as they do through headphones, there's got to be a way around that. However, switch modes to stompbox function, you can just use the pedals, not the amp sims, etc.
     
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    That is interesting Tony ......I have a Zoom B1 for bass....so familiar with the brand.
    I am curious if --as Wolf says.....there is a difference between the line out in the video to a computer or to an actual amp
     
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    Never played mine into a computer but It sounded good through an amp.
    Just one little thing...
    All the factory presets are moderately to severely awful.
    You have to take the time to program the thing but
    once you get it dialed in you are good to go.
    (I spent 3 full days programming mine.)
     
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    I never used an Korg Axis but if my memory serves me correctly
    Bidden has some experience with the unit. Check with him.
     
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    That's the one before the 505 II.
    It doesn't sound as good.
     
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    10-4 ! Thanks Tony
     
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    Zoom MS-50



    and/or

    Zoom MS-70CRD

     
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    those look spendy RVA.......
     
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    I got the kid an original V-amp, before they shaped it like a guitar. Effects weren't as good as a quality pedal, amp models were so-so, and the pre-amp was noisy but it was our first access to modelling and digital effects and a great learning tool. I find Behringer products adequate, except they do tend to be noisy.

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