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  • Boss ME-5

    Boss ME-5 - "UPGRADE your BOSS ME-5 !" has images


    BOSS ME-5 -UPGRADE KIT - just £13.99 Few people realise that the ME-5 incorporates the classic BOSS pedal internals that are now vintage in their own right including the: CS-2, DS-1, OD-2, RV-3, EQ-1, CE-2, DD-2, BF-2 all together with a switchable N…

  • Zoom G3

    Zoom G3 - "Great Amp sim & FX!"


    I have had this for 18 months and have used it as a standalone Amp sim, an FX processor in FX loops of amps, Preamp only, USB recording, and USB interface (FX Bypassed!). This unit has excellent sound quality! The dist/OD sims vary in quality but the…

  • Boss GT-10

    Boss GT-10 - "Get Smart"


    As an "on the floor" unit, this thing is tough to beat unless you want to spend about $1500. Before you even start trying to read the manual, just do yourself a favor and internet search "Boss GT-10 Advanced Driver (Name the kind of computer you hav…

  • Boss GT-10

    Boss GT-10 - "The BOSS GT-10 Is The Best Guitar Pedal"


    The BOSS GT-10is the best guitar pedal because it has the best dynamic range compared to other guitar multi effects pedals, lots of effects (including: flanger, chorus, delays, reverbs, amp models, speaker models, mic models, compressor/limiter, trem…

  • Zoom G9.2tt

    Zoom G9.2tt - "Almost Every Guitar Effect in One Pedalboard"


    Having a Marshall Stack and array of boutique effects pedals for your guitar seems to be the ideal way to go to get that immaculate guitar sound. The problem is that unless you have roadies attending to your every whim, bringing your 4x12 cabinet, JC…

  • Tech 21 Fly Rig 5

    Tech 21 Fly Rig 5 - "For studio? Yes. Live? It depends."


    It's a pedal with a built-in Sansamp, meaning a preamp with speaker simulation, plus a delay, a Plexi simulation and a 21dB boost. It's analog, with very sensitive controls, all of which have a real impact on sound. I use it live with a mixing cons…

  • Boss ME-50

    Boss ME-50 - "Get a lot for a little for OK quality"


    I bought this effects pedal long ago as I was on a budget and wanted a Wah, chorus, phaser, distortion, and pretty much everything in one box just to test out and experiment without breaking the bank. I'm not a techie so I won't even try and expla…

  • Korg G3

    Korg G3 - "Why drive yourself up the wall?"


    I just got it (no, it wasn't launched during the 2014 NAMM!) and it works great. Clean, crunch and lead presets, plus some banks, easy and readable. Not too much latency when switching presets, not worse than my Fender mustang 3 anyway. Great conn…

  • DigiTech GSP2101 Artist

    DigiTech GSP2101 Artist - Lle-ibazar's review


    See specs. UTILIZATION It's really easy to use, you have direct access to the parameter groups via the buttons and you can edit the parameters with the wheel and cursor, it also has customizable memory presets. Regarding the manual: I haven't ha…

  • Zoom GFX-8

    Zoom GFX-8 - mertztilithurts's review


    The available fx are for the most part amazing and sound great. UTILIZATION The setup is a little complicated until you get the hang of it. I thought the manual was hard to understand at first so I kind of 'learned by doing'. Once you have a feel f…