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What is the Best Electric Guitar Multi Effects Processor for under $500?

Updated on August 04, 2014

I am an Effects Tweaker. Are You?


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I love me some excessive Rock dripping with Guitar Effects.

When I picked the Guitar up again, after a 15 year break, I promised myself I would not become an Effects Tweaker : constantly messing with my Guitar and Effects for hours on end, trying to find the right tone.

What did I do the first time I recorded my Guitar? I spent hours on end, trying to find the right tone!


One year plus into regular recording and my use of effects has changed, though the excessive tweaking remains ;-) I now spend hours fiddling with Compression and EQ. I have become obsessed with 'how my Guitar sits in the mix'.

I love the immense variety of Effects available and their equally varied practical uses : Effects can be used to 'craft' a subtle, whisper of a Guitar tone that sits almost unnoticed, quietly texturing a song. Equally, Effects can also be used to conjure an Amp ripping, ear splitting, shriek of Guitar lightning strike Voodoo magic tone that blasts apart the mix and owns it.

Multi Effects represent a great, often cost saving, option to learn your way around the wild, wild world of Guitar Effects. As always, I've taken the considerable amount of research I've done and built a lens around it ; separating the lens into two sections : Floor Effects and Desktop / Rack Effects.

Once again I've limited the cost of equipment to under $500. Both sections are arranged into three price ranges : under $100, under $250 and under $500.

In addition to Customer Reviews and Video Demos, I have also added my own tips and advice.

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Guitar Multi Effects Systems

Introduction

Guitar effects come in many different flavors, and in turn, each of those flavors has its own variations. Rather than buy a steady stream of Single Effects Pedals, a Multi Effects System provides a wide variety of effects for a fraction of the price of buying them one by one.

For beginners Multi Effects Systems are a perfect, affordable way to learn what the different effects do, how to use them and how to mix them with each other. The addition of Effect Presets, designed to replicate the sounds of famous Guitarists and their most iconic songs, allow beginners to see which effects go together to create their favorite Guitar sounds.

For the more experienced Guitarists, Multi Effects Systems are a convenient and practical alternative to lugging around a bag full of individual effects pedals. This makes set up time at life gigs less stressful and much quicker. Many Multi Effects Systems also allow Guitarists to mix and create their own effect sounds. This is an ideal tool for the more capable Guitarist looking to define their own sound.

Multi Effects Vs Single Effects

Multi Effect Processors are clearly more convenient and affordable than Single Effect Pedals, but does this mean they are also better? In order to answer this question, we need to consider a number of different factors :

1. Choice : As each Multi Effect Processor is made by a single company, that company is only going to feature its own effects / sounds on their Multi Effect Processors. This is all cool and the gang if you're happy using the effects of just one company. However many Guitarists prefer to mix effects from a wide variety of companies, believing each one has its own area of expertise. If this is your preference, then the use of at least some Single Effects Pedals (perhaps alongside of Multi Effect Processor) is going to be necessary.

2. Digital Effects : When comparing the Digital Effects contained on a Multi Effect Processor with their equally Digital Single Effect Pedal incarnations, to argue there's any benefit to a Single Effects Pedal is pretty silly. The Digital Effect itself is software generated and proccessed by an on board computer. Since Multi Effect Processors will have bigger more powerful computers, it stands to reason, if anything,the Digital Effects contained on a Multi Effect Processors will be better (as they will benefit from more processing power).

3. Analogue Effects : In comparing analogue single effects pedals to Multi Effect Processors, the argument for the single effect becomes a lot stronger. Clearly Multi Effect Processors are not, can not and will never be analogue. They are a product of the Digital Age and all the Good, the Bad and the Ugly that comes with that. Without getting into the headache inducing technicalities of it all, I think it's pretty clear that the choice between Analogue and Digital comes down to personal taste and musical philosophy. If your Guitar Heart beats in Analogue time, there's little point in moving to Digital Effects. Music and the act of playing music, must always be an act of joy and passion. If Digital brings you less joy and inspires less passion, stick to Analogue.

4. Impedance : This refers to the amount of resistance a piece of equipment or cable has to the transfer of electrical signal across it. Without getting into the details of this (if you're interested check my Microphone lens), the higher the impedance, the greater the loss of signal strength and quality. Having a Low Impedance a set up as possible should always be a priority. A Multi Effect Processor requires one cable in (from the Guitar) and one cable out (to the Amp, Audio Interface etc). A collection of single Effects Pedals requires many more connections than that. The chances of signal loss are, therefore, far greater and, in turn, the need for extra Gain (and therefore extra noise) is much more likely.

In Conclusion : There is clearly not a cut and dry answer to this one. I think personal preference is still the ultimate decider, however situation is also a factor : I think for Studio Recording, where quality audio signal is of paramount concern, the Multi Effect Processor is the better solution. When playing live, I think the decision is much more 50/50.

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What is the Best Electric Guitar Floor Multi Effects for under $100?

Zoom G1N : Customer Reviews - Number One Floor Multi Effects System for under $100

Let's take a look at the Number One Floor Multi Effects System for under $100 : Zoom G1N.

A low cost goodie bag, packed with 'oodles of effects and a seasoning of presets to let rip in the guise of various Rock Legends. The addition of custom effects packs this budget effects box fill to brimming, but have Zoom overpacked it or successfully packed it too the max?

*I like to read actual customer reviews. It is always useful to hear what people who have bought and used the kit have to say.

After reading through all the customer reviews on Amazon, I feel these quotes are the most representative of Customer Feedback. I hope they will help inform your decision.

Zoom G1N Guitar Multi Effects Pedal
Zoom G1N Guitar Multi Effects Pedal

Positive Reviews"The Zoom G1n is an absolutely amazing pedal for $50!! You won't regret this purchase. The pre-programmed sounds are good, and there's alot of variety, plus it is very easy to make-up and store your own sounds, too."...from 5 Star Review by Amazon Customer Brian Hinkle."Wow! Wah wah, distortion, delay, reverb, flanger, phaser......just too many effects to even mention. ...And, you don't even need a guitar amp! You can plug this thing into your stereo... ...or use headphones."...5 Star Review by Amazon Customer H Ward.Negative Reviews*There is one 1 Star Review, but it doesn't provide any useful insight into the product.

 

Zoom G1N : Customer Verdict

Pros :Lots of SoundsCreate your own soundsGood for a varity of stylesWorks without an AmpWorks with Bass Guitar tooCons :Plastic, not metal shellConclusion :Great value for money product with lots of effects, and create your own effects is good feature.Plastic housing may be a problem for gigging Guitarists.Fantastic product for beginners, maybe a little lite for more experienced players.

Zoom G1N : Video Demos

What Guitar Effects do I Need?

At the end of the day, only you can answer this one. There are Guitarist that use very few, if any, Effects and there are Guitarists that take Effect use to such a level of composition and experimentation, that their Guitars cease to be even recognised as Guitars. Most Guitarist probably occupy somekind of middle ground between the two extremes.

When deciding which Effects you need, you should start with the type of Guitarist you are / are trying to be and the style of music you are playing. Not every Effect is suitable for every style of music and certainly each style has Effects it makes use of more and, on the other hand, Effects it seldom uses. These are not hard fast rules, but it's probably best to start with what is conventional, before you start trying to reinvent the wheel.

As a beginner, it's best to take things slow. Don't try to use all the Effects under the sun, all at one time - it'll be a mess. Keep it simple : start with overdrive, compression, EQ and Reverb. There's more than enough to be learning right there, without getting into the Wacky Effects.

Effects that come with Presets simulating the sounds of Famous Guitarists, are very useful for beginners. They will allow to see how each individual Effect is brought together and in what order (very important), to create a particular sound.

If you have the equipment to connect your Guitar to a computer, all the Virtual Effects makers provide free, limited demo versions of their software. Using a few of these to test out different Effects and different variations of Effect, is a great zero-cost way to learn about Guitar Effects.

Video demos uploaded to YouTube and the like, are also very useful for being about to hear what a particular effect sounds like. Try to search out videos that match your style of play and the kit you already have (in terms of Guitar and Amp etc). It's also important to be honest with yourself : does your level match that of the Guitarist in the video? Could you replicate what he / she is doing and if not, how does that relate to your assessment of the Guitar Effect.

Finally, don't overuse the wild and wonderful effects : less is more. Beginners are easily seduced by the crazy, supersonic sounds a whole bunch of Effects can create. The trouble is, very often, what is great fun for you as a Guitarist to do, just sounds like noise to everyone else. Effects are not a substitute for knowing how to play properly.

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What is the Best Electric Guitar Floor Multi Effects for under $250?

Zoom G3 : Customer Reviews - Number One Floor Multi Effects Processor for under $250

Let's take a look at the Number One Floor Multi Effects System for under $250 : Zoom G3.

Zoom are back with their second Top Rated Multi Effects Processor of the lens. The Zoom G3 represents a more grown up, comprehensive version of what was offered by the Zoom G1N.

A far more sophisticated Amp Modeling Feature gives users the ability to customize amps, cabinets and mics separately (hours of silliness to be had with that kind of option). This is paired to a chunkier user interface and, once again, 'oodles and 'oodles of effects.

The question is, sitting as it does in the $100 - $250 price range, is the extra cost over the Zoom G1N worth it?

*I like to read actual customer reviews. It is always useful to hear what people who have bought and used the kit have to say.

After reading through all the customer reviews on Amazon, I feel these quotes are the most representative of Customer Feedback. I hope they will help inform your decision.

Zoom G3 Guitar Effects and Amp Simulator
Zoom G3 Guitar Effects and Amp Simulator

Positive Reviews"When the G3 arrives, the factory presets are very diverse and randomly organized. Scrolling through you hit rock, to clean, to hellraiser harsh, to bombs, to crazy effects."...from 5 Star Review by Amazon Customer Farquar."...the awesome thing for this pedal is that you can use it as a stand alone effects pedal, make that 3 pedals. with over 100 different Pedals to choose from its an awesome deal.Or you can set up your entire rig virtually in this thing and just use the amp as a PA system. Or connect it directly into your pc to record."...from 5 Star Review by Amazon Customer SourMath.Negtive Reviews"...does not come with an expression pedal built in NOR ZNR automatically in the loop."...from 4 Star Review by Amazon Customer B. Syed.

 

Zoom G3 : Customer Verdict

Pros :PC interface & recordingCustomization options & usabilityQuality Amp simulationWorks direct into a PACons :No ZNR (Zoom Noise Reduction)No Expression PedalNot all effects top notchConclusion :Great all round performer, particularly for beginners to intermediateMaybe not enough for seasoned prosBut usability & PC interface features, make the G3 a lot of Pedal for its price

Zoom G3 : Video Demos

Zoom G3 : Rock Monster

After watching the YouTube Demos, a point made in one of the reviews I read has come clearer to me : the Zoom G3 has great distortion settings for rock / metal Guitarists.In the Customer Verdict Conclusion, I referred to it as a 'great all round performer", but I missed one of G3's strengths : it's a distortion spewing rock monster!Maybe not for all, but excellent for Rock Animals!

Zoom G3 : Distortion Video Demos

What are the Different Types of Multi Effect Processor?

Introduction

Most, if not all, makers of Multi Effect Processors offer Floor, Desktop and Rack models. Very often these different models can even be the same - or similar - systems, just housed in a different type of body. The preference, therefore, between the three choices of Floor, Desktop and Rack usually depends much more on how the Guitarist intends to use their Multi Effect Processor, rather than a just being question of quality or budget.

Let's take a look at the three different types of Multi Effect Processors, and how well suited they are to the different situation a Guitarist needs them to perform in : namely Stage, Practice and Studio.

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Floor Multi Effect Processors

These are by far the most commonly used of the Multi Effect Processors. The obvious advantage of a unit positioned on the floor, is that the Guitarist can use their feet to operate it. This allows for the easy changing of Effects whilst playing, without interruption. This advantage is clearly designed for live use, either when gigging or practising / jamming with a band or on your own.

Positioning a Multi Effect Processor on the floor does not, of course, negate its use in the Studio. It is perhaps for this reason, that this particular style of Multi Effect Processor is so popular. It will work for all situations.

The only argument I have against floor positioned Multi Effect Processors in a Studio situation, is that a cluttered Studio floor is not, in my opinion or experience, a good thing. Limiting the amount of kit and cables running across the floor of a studio (particularly a home studio) is very important.

The Stage tends to be the domain of people who have, at least, some business being there. They tend to have some level of discipline as to where they're putting their feet. This does not extend to a Studio, where all manner of person may come visit, hangout etc.

Producers, managers, girlfriends / boyfriends, friends and family members can not be expected to be looking out for your brand new Multi Effect Processor, that you've proudly placed in the middle of the darkened room. Standing on the Processor itself is actually a good outcome, far worse would be catching one of the connecting cables and dragging a Pre Amp etc with them. Studios are potentially dangerous places, with a large amount of high powered electrical equipment.

This risk is increased greatly when we place all this professional grade kit in our homes. Flashing lights, colorful displays, noises and sounds are fantastic things to Children. We need to make sure - as big kids ourselves - that the little kids are as safe in 'our playroom' as we ensure they are in their own.

What is the Best Electric Guitar Floor Multi Effects for under $500

DigiTech RP1000 : Customer Reviews - Number One Floor Multi Effects Processor for under $500

Let's take a look at the Number One Floor Multi Effects System for under $500 : DigiTech RP1000.

The Big Cheese, the Daddy of Floor Multi Effects Processors for under $500, the DigiTech RP1000 comes rocking in with a fistful of simulated Amps and Cabinets and another fistful of Stompboxes and Effects. Proclaiming Heavy-Duty Switches of Metal and a Rock-tastic built-in Expression Pedal (V. Useful), have DigiTech brought into life the ultimate Rock Floor Monster?

*I like to read actual customer reviews. It is always useful to hear what people who have bought and used the kit have to say.

After reading through all the customer reviews on Amazon, I feel these quotes are the most representative of Customer Feedback. I hope they will help inform your decision.

DigiTech RP1000  Integrated-Effects Switching System
DigiTech RP1000  Integrated-Effects Switching System

Positive Reviews"The RP1000 exceeded all of my expectations! Just to qualify myself here, I've used nothing but tube amplifiers my whole life. Mostly blackface Fenders. I tried out the unit extensively trying to find a flaw, and I couldn't!"...from 5 Star Review by Amazon Customer Donald E. Ingle."The RP allows me to place effects, like wah, compression, overdrives, pitch shifting, and phaser effects, which typically sound best in front of the amp, in the right place in the effect chain, and add the rest of the staple effects like chorus, delay, and reverb, in my amp's effects loop."...from 5 Star Review by Amazon Customer Eric J. Lovett.Negative Reviews"Almost all of the effects range from good to excellent. The only one that's actually bad is the harmonizer. Its almost useless."...from 5 Star Review by Amazon Customer Eric J. Lovett.

 

DigiTech RP1000 : Customer Verdict

Pros :Authentic effects & toneDirect input to PAEasy effective amp interfaceCons :No midiSome effects below parFixed effect orderUnreliable tunerConclusion :Glowing reviews from experienced GuitaristsAuthentic tone & effects (most)Questionable usability & customization optionsLacks some technical featuresQuality kit for tone loving Guitarists

DigiTech RP1000 : Video Demos

Digitech RP1000 : Specific Features

Here are some additional videos that take a look at some of the specific features of the Digitech RP1000.They should make it easier for you to make a more informed decision.

DigiTech RP1000 : Specifc Features - Video Demos

Desktop / Rack Multi Effect Processors

Unlike Floor Multi Effect Processors which are useful in both Stage and Studio situations, Desktop and Rack Units are - pretty much - designed for the Studio.

*It is possible to use Racks on the road, but it's expensive and not within the budget of many Guitarists.

As I have already said when talking about the use of Floor Multi Effect Processors in a Studio, I'm not a fan of kit and cables on the floor. Indeed, I'm not a fan of clutter full stop. I believe a Studio needs to be a tidy, organised place. It makes for a better, more stress free working environment and extends the lifetime of your kit : cables and equipment that get put away in draws etc, last longer than if just left wherever.

The advantage of desktop and rack systems is that they take the kit and the cables off the floor. The Desktop Multi Effect Processor is, in my opinion, a bit of a half and half solution. It is certainly better to have a desktop unit than a floor positioned unit in a Studio, but I'm not a huge fan of merging the Sound Engineer's space with the Guitarist's space. Even though I do both this job myself in my own Studio, I still like the sense of separation. A Desktop Multi Effect Processor feels like it's designed for people who don't have Racks.

I personally prefer the idea of Rack Multi Effect Processors as not only do they take the cables etc off the floor, they also hide a great many of them away. Plus, a Rack Multi Effect Processor keeps the workspace of the Sound Engineer clear.

What is the Best Electric Guitar Desktop / Rack Multi Effects for under $250?

Behringer GDI21 : Customer Reviews - Number One Desktop / Rack Multi Effects Processor for under $250

Let's take a look at the Number One Desktop / Rack Multi Effects Processor for under $250 : Behringer GDI21.

Beringer roll into town with the GDI21, a cheeky little up-start looking to upset and upstage some of the big boys. Loaded with Effects and Amp Simulation, and boasting some nifty extras such as gold-plated XLR connectors (oh la la) - will the GDI21 have enough to get amoungst the big kids?

*I like to read actual customer reviews. It is always useful to hear what people who have bought and used the kit have to say.

After reading through all the customer reviews on Amazon, I feel these quotes are the most representative of Customer Feedback. I hope they will help inform your decision.

Behringer V-Tone Guitar Gdi21 Guitar Amp Modeler / Direct Recording Preamp/Di Box
Behringer V-Tone Guitar Gdi21 Guitar Amp Modeler / Direct Recording Preamp/Di Box

Positive Reviews"I needed a preamp but it is more than a preamp, it is a very complete box. You can use like a guitar modeler with several sound options when changing the positions of the switches in the front panel... ...and create several sounds like Jazz, distortion, clean, rock, metal, blues."...from 5 Star Review by Amazon Customer Octavio Barreto."...a cheap version of a "SansAmp" direct box with amp modeling and EQ. Its got an XLR out on it so if your amp dies you can plug your effects into this thing and go directly through the PA in a matter of minutes."...taken from 5 Star Review by Amazon Customer Chip Ahoy.Negative Reviews"It's hugely noisy above unity gain and never actually quiet, which pretty drastically limits its usefulness in its intended role as a studio DI unless it's used with a noise gate of some sort."...from 2 Star Review by Amazon Customer Anchoret."I recommend getting the power adapter too, it drains batteries when not in use for long periods, so if you are an intermittent player like myself you end up having to take the battery out after each time you use it, which is a real pain."...from 5 Star Review by Amazon Customer Matty C.

 

Behringer GDI21 : Customer Verdict

Pros :Useful for lots of different purposesPreamp & amp simulatorDirect PC recordingDirect input to PACons :Noisy, inpractical for studio recordingMix reviews for effectsEats batteriesConclusion :A lot of features for your money, but no quality featuresUseful as a backup unit, if your frontline gear fails.Probably not frontline gear material itself.

Behringer GDI21 : Video Demos

What is the Best Desktop / Rack Multi Effects for under $500?

Line 6 POD HD Desktop : Customer Reviews - Number One Desktop / Rack Multi Effects Processor for under $500

Let's take a look at the Number One Desktop / Rack Multi Effects Processor for under $500 : Line 6 POD HD Desktop.

*I'm currently looking at the Rack version of this as my next big buy, so I was very interested to read the reviews and see how it demo-ed on youtube.

claiming the most realistic and comprehensive Amp Modeling in the history of the universe, the Line 6 POD HD Desktop wears the crown as our Top Rated Desktop / Rack Multi Effects Processor for under $500. Stacked with over a hundred Effects and more User Presets than you can shake a Rock n' Roll stick at (512 - personally I struggle to count that high without my abacus), the POD HD Desktop represents a juicy piece of kit. The additional of an array of Studio Quality inputs and outputs (1/4-inch input, XLR input, stereo balanced outs, phones, USB 2.0, S/PDIF out), cerment the comprehensive and well thought out build quality of the Line 6 POD HD Desktop.

Line 6 are making some bold claims with this new toy. They're talking the talk, are they walking the walk?

*I like to read actual customer reviews. It is always useful to hear what people who have bought and used the kit have to say.

After reading through all the customer reviews on Amazon, I feel these quotes are the most representative of Customer Feedback. I hope they will help inform your decision.

Line 6 POD HD Desktop : Customer Verdict

Pros :Easy to use, intuitive interfaceAuthentic amp simulationGreat customization & sound editingFree online effects libraryWorks for Bass GuitarCons :No midiOne reviewer didn't like effectsLimited without PCConclusion :Quality out of the box performer.PC adds more customization & effects.Maybe too 'techno-geek' for some Guitarists, but others will love it.

Line 6 POD HD Desktop : Video Demos

Line 6 POD HD Desktop : Specific Features

Collection of additional videos that take a look at some of the specific features of the Line 6 POD HD DesktopArranged into three sections : Effects, Single Tones & Promos from Line 6Effects demos look at a wide range of sounds & interfaceSingle tones focus on a specific tone : usually in the style of a famous GuitaristLine 6 Promo is... what you'd expect it to be ;-)Hopefully, they'll give you a bit more of a feel for the kit.

Line 6 POD HD Desktop : Effects Video Demos

Line 6 POD HD Desktop : Single Tones Video Demos

Line 6 POD HD Desktop : Line 6 Promo Videos

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      Srena44 4 years ago

      fANTASTIC LENS

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      The best floor pedal effect unit ever is Vox Tonelab SE and LE (as usable universal with valve warmth), Fender Mustang Floor (best clean and light overdrive sound - best dynamic ever!!!), Rocktron Utopia (as usable universal without valve warmth) and Boss GT10 or GT (best modulation and ambience effects)

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      tobydavis 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Cool! Thanks for the feedback - interesting what you say about the Fender Mustang too, that's the multi-effect board I've been looking at for a while now.

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      rawwwwwws lm 4 years ago

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      Cynthia Davis 4 years ago from Pittsburgh

      You've really done your homework on this lens. Loved the reviews and videos. Angel Blessings**

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      SecondSally 4 years ago

      This is a very informative lens. The videos help a lot. When I was in high school, I had a friend who knew a ton about these. Your lens made me think of him. Nice job.

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      SQuidMonster 4 years ago

      very interesting facts for me thanks :)

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      ideadesigns 4 years ago

      You know your stuff on guitars!

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      tobydavis 4 years ago

      @ideadesigns: Thank you so much! Still lots and lots to learn, but I'm getting there :-)

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      tobydavis 4 years ago

      @SQuidMonster: Thank you so much for the comment. Sorry, it took so long to reply - been a crazy few months :-)

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      tobydavis 4 years ago

      @SecondSally: Thank you so much - I'm glad you liked the lens. I find videos really helpful too - think it's because I'm dyslexic. Have a great weekend!

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      tobydavis 4 years ago

      @ClassyGals: Thank you so much for your kind words and the Blessing :-) I really appreciate it!

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      @rawwwwwws lm: Thank you for taking the time to stop by, comment and bless my lens : most excellent of you - I really appreciate it :-)

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      tobydavis 4 years ago

      @Srena44: Thanks so much for the kinds words. Apologies for the delay in replying... crazy couple of months or so. Hope you're having a great weekend!

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      Excellent lens - lots of info to absorb!

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      tobydavis 3 years ago

      @Scott A McCray: Thank you for taking the time to post a comment!

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      PartimusPrime 9 months ago

      Hey @tobydav, great insight! Thanks for putting this together. Would say these reviews still apply today? I was thinking of getting an RP1000 to replace my GNX4. Othee contenders are the Boss GT100 or the Line 6 POD HD 500x. What are your thoughts? Thanks!

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