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  • Anyone have the Zoom MultiStomp yet?

    It really has me curious at only $100.
    Guitars: USA Peavey Wolfgang, MIJ Ibanez SCA220, Squier Telecaster Custom, Taylor 110e
    Amps: 1989 Peavey VTM60, 1969 Sunn Sceptre
    Cabs Avatar Vintage 4x12 w/ WGS Green Berets, Basson Vertical Slant 2x12 w/ Eminence Legends
    Pedals Korg Pitchblack, BBE Green Screamer, BAT Pharaoh Fuzz, MXR Carbon Copy, Line 6 Echo Park

  • #2
    Hmm that's cool. I imagine finding them at $80 wont be too difficult, seems like it might be worth it.
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    • #3
      I kind of want the bass version but I think owning it with my B3 might be redundant. I like the 6 simultaneous effects though.
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      • #4
        Ya that's pretty cool. Could be a chaos pedal.



        Can it save scenes like the line 6 M series?
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        • #5






          Quote Originally Posted by Faldoe
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          Ya that's pretty cool. Could be a chaos pedal.



          Can it save scenes like the line 6 M series?




          What's a scene? I know it can save up to 50 patches.
          Guitars: USA Peavey Wolfgang, MIJ Ibanez SCA220, Squier Telecaster Custom, Taylor 110e
          Amps: 1989 Peavey VTM60, 1969 Sunn Sceptre
          Cabs Avatar Vintage 4x12 w/ WGS Green Berets, Basson Vertical Slant 2x12 w/ Eminence Legends
          Pedals Korg Pitchblack, BBE Green Screamer, BAT Pharaoh Fuzz, MXR Carbon Copy, Line 6 Echo Park

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          • #6
            Like can it save 50 different chains of effects? So could one preset be just a flanger and then another be say 4 effects together?
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            • #7






              Quote Originally Posted by Faldoe
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              Like can it save 50 different chains of effects? So could one preset be just a flanger and then another be say 4 effects together?




              Yes I'm pretty sure that's the case.
              Guitars: USA Peavey Wolfgang, MIJ Ibanez SCA220, Squier Telecaster Custom, Taylor 110e
              Amps: 1989 Peavey VTM60, 1969 Sunn Sceptre
              Cabs Avatar Vintage 4x12 w/ WGS Green Berets, Basson Vertical Slant 2x12 w/ Eminence Legends
              Pedals Korg Pitchblack, BBE Green Screamer, BAT Pharaoh Fuzz, MXR Carbon Copy, Line 6 Echo Park

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              • #8






                Quote Originally Posted by Faldoe
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                Like can it save 50 different chains of effects? So could one preset be just a flanger and then another be say 4 effects together?




                Yeah its patches can be 1-6 effects each.
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                http://movingmachines.bandcamp.com/

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                • #9
                  thats pretty cool
                  Decolonize

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                  • #10
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                    • #11
                      Bought one a little over an hour ago on my lunch break. At work now, but I was impressed how good the tones were in the music store. I'll try it more in depth at home tonigth. I will use it primarily for crunch besides my BD-2. I like to have more than one crunch tone.
                      Dont believe in anything, that way everything is possible.

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                      • #12
                        Well, the MultiStomp is going back to the store. What a piece of ****************! Couldn't get a single usable sound out of it at home with my amp. I should have learned my lesson by now. If you want a crunch tone, buy a crunch stompbox. Not a toy with a million bells and whistles. I'm swapping it for an Ibanez Jet Driver.
                        Dont believe in anything, that way everything is possible.

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