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What's the latest and greatest in multifx

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by WarriorJoe7, Sep 26, 2013.


  1. WarriorJoe7

    WarriorJoe7 Banned

    Mar 12, 2004
    Syracuse, NY
    Hi everyone,

    I haven't been a regular contributor for awhile and I am not up on my multifx units. When I was a regular the Line6 stuff was best or near best and there was the roland V-Bass stuff, but even they have new models.

    I'm thirsty for the electroharmonix hog and pog but those are not multifx in the true sense.

    What's the new latest and the greatest. Once I get some answers I can do a few searches to figure out what everything does and opinions. Oh yeah, throw some new and used prices in with your suggestions.

    Thanks in advance,
    Sebastian
     
  2. falconspatriots

    falconspatriots Oh Word

    May 3, 2011
    connecticut
    Anything Strymon or Eventide :)
     
  3. Swift713

    Swift713

    Dec 4, 2006
    Florence, Ma
    The Zoom B3 and MS60 are well liked, $200 & $100 respectively.
     
  4. gully_jones

    gully_jones Stone cold groovy man Supporting Member

    Aug 26, 2012
    Mississippi
    +1 on the B3
     
  5. Until I became a pedal-whore, I really liked Line6, too. I'm *stunned* that they never bothered to give bassists anything in their 'new' HD line. I was waiting for an excuse to buy one for years, never got one. Crapped out a toekn portaflex model already years too late, nothing since. Very disappointed.

    If I had to go back to one, honestly I'd probably still pick an X3 Live, especially considering the price you can get them for now. The dual-amp feature with a nice fat bass head and a high gain guitar head can be *heaven*.
     
  6. Bassdirty

    Bassdirty

    Jul 23, 2010
    CT
    +B3
     
  7. B3 for sure-I started fooling around with multiFX boxes about 13 years ago with the zoom bfx-708 and just about everything since then, and the b3 is the first time I used a sub-700 dollar processor that I thought "they finally got it right!"
     
  8. waveman

    waveman

    Sep 25, 2008
    +1 on the Zoom MS-60B. Though a B3 would be more practical for gigging. Too bad they don't have B5.

    And then there are the Source Audio pedals, which are a different beast.
     
  9. WalterBush

    WalterBush

    Feb 27, 2005
    Yuma, Az
    Full disclosure, I'm a certified Fender technician working in a music store that carries Fender, Yamaha, and Ibanez products among others.
    +1 on B3. Cheap, practical, powerful.
     
  10. Bryan R. Tyler

    Bryan R. Tyler TalkBass: Usurping My Practice Time Since 2002 Staff Member Administrator Gold Supporting Member

    May 3, 2002
    Connecticut
    Greatest ATM would probably be the Axe FX II, but it's very pricey.
     
  11. Axe FX
     
  12. Jazz Ad

    Jazz Ad Mi la ré sol Supporting Member

    For bass, Zoom B3 by a long mile. Nothing comes close so far.
     
  13. Sav'nBass

    Sav'nBass Supporting Member

    Jan 18, 2009
    Northern Va.
    This..
     
  14. fokof

    fokof One day ,I'll be in the future

    Mar 16, 2007
    Here
    Roland VB99 is very complete and a very good unit
     
  15. FretNoMore

    FretNoMore * Cooking with GAS *

    Jan 25, 2002
    The frozen north
    How about a TC Electronic G-System
     
  16. heavyfunkmachin

    heavyfunkmachin

    Jan 21, 2005
    Quite happy with the line 6 m13...

    Expecting some kind of update, nontheless, from them!!
     
  17. .
    +1 for Zoom B3
     
  18. BooshBass

    BooshBass

    Sep 2, 2013
    Chicago, IL
    I enjoyed my Boss GT-6B for a long time but it doesn't get too much love here. You can find one for like 160. I'd recommend giving it a shot.
     
  19. Get the Zoom B3. You won't be disappointed.
     
  20. autodidact

    autodidact

    Mar 13, 2011
    Lancaster, PA
    This
     

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