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« Digitech Genesis 1 »

Published on 01/31/02 at 15:00
Mars - $99.

This is an incredible unit. I want to say "for the money" but that always sounds like "it's cheap and it doesn't suck TOO much so it's OK". This thing is great for the money. It would be great for twice the money. The amps sound great, very expressive and authentic. The Mesa Boogie is to die for and the Marshall is sweet, crunchy goodness. You can get just about any sound you can think of by tweaking the amp, cabinet, EQ and gain. Very happy.

It is kind of hard to play it through an amp just because you have to tweak controls on both to get it to sound right. Not too hard though.

It is a good product but it is plastic and not meant for the rugged stage environment. Please don't drop it.

I love this thing. It sounds great and it is SO easy to use. You don't have to mess with complicated patches and saved presets. You turn the amp knob, you turn the cab knob, you add an effect or two, you rock the house! I would by another one in a second.

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