Need just 1 Multieffects

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Roadstar, Jul 15, 2013.


  1. Roadstar

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    I would like it to have a usb and easy to use. Perhaps up to 3 effects at a time. 3 piece metal band main use. I have read 20+ pages of reviews my head is swimming.
     
  2. Spaldo

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  3. cybersnyder

    cybersnyder Always groove.... Gold Supporting Member

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    I'd go Line 6 M9, but I'm partial to the M series.
     
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  6. bassbrad

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    zoom B3 has exactly the features you named and sooooo much more like a line level DI.
     
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    Does the MS60B have the ability to do up to 3 effects?
     
  9. gregmon79

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    Yes, it does. You can male a patch of up to 4 effects at one time. The 60B is a great little pedal. If you want a tad more options and some more versatility, go with the B3. I just got a 60B and I have to say, many of the effects in there are very usable and sound awesome. Ive had a chance to play with it for a while and you can do some really neat stuff. Some of the amp models sound great and I really like the synths. I didnt think a multi would be able to pull the synth stuff off but I dig it.

    To the OP, IMO, if youre looking for a multi that sounds very good and can do more than a few things, I'd go with the 60B. If you want more options and more versatility, go with the B3. Theyre both great pedals, just depends on what youre after. And they arent all that expensive for what youre getting. 60B is $100 and the B3 is $200. You can find them used here on TB even cheaper.
     
  10. Sav'nBass

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    Yes it does but the B3 is a tad more versatile in that the 3 pedals are side by side.. it has a small footprint and is a great DI.
     
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    Line 6, one of the M series or HD series. Solidly built and impressive all around.
     

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