Recommend budget "dial-a-tone multi fx" to cover a covers gig

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Re: Recommend budget "dial-a-tone multi fx" to cover a covers gig

Post by jellyjim »

Great suggestions!

The Boss GT-1 seems like a good candidate bordering on a no-brainer.

The Internet's awash with user patches so somebody's probably already nailed the tones I need, it's £167 at GAK, GAK is a 15 minute walk away, and ... I won't lose too much money if/when I flip it on eBay, as it's not really the type of fx I'd normally use!

Thanks team. You are exemplary.
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Re: Recommend budget "dial-a-tone multi fx" to cover a covers gig

Post by Arpangel »

I’ll echo Elf, MS70/50, well under budget too.
Cure? They were Yamaha fans I’m sure, signature sounds from "Symphonic" and other chorus programs.
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