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Jeff Lynd
post Apr 10 2012, 08:09 PM
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Hello GMC!

I have an opportunity to buy a multi effect pedal on a good price. Actually there are two types what I can buy a good price wink.gif (from my friend, all new original)

VOX tonelab SE tonelab se
VOX tonelab EX tonelab EX

This will be the first kind of stuff, I never have before.

Which one would you select? Anybody know it? (I tried all two and sounds great!)

Thanks for help me to choose!

Jeff
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post Apr 11 2012, 02:50 AM
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I didn't read that much , but the seemed pretty similar, I would like having two peddles , it seems that would give you more flexibility
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Todd Simpson
post Apr 11 2012, 06:11 AM
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When you say "Good Price" do you mean a bit less than retail or crazy half off type thing? The better the price the easier the decision smile.gif But before we say pull the trigger. Have you played both of these? If not, give each one a whirl before you put money on it. That rule applies to anything pretty much.

The VOX EX looks like it's got LOADS more options and bits and folks are swapping software patches online for it and such. I'd say go for the better one if they are priced pretty close smile.gif

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Cosmin Lupu
post Apr 11 2012, 09:24 AM
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Never tried it, but I think Todd's advice is very good - try them and see which one you like best. Take another idea in consideration - you don't need to dance onstage when changing the effects mate biggrin.gif see that this tool won't do that to you wink.gif


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post Apr 11 2012, 10:26 AM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Apr 11 2012, 07:11 AM) *
When you say "Good Price" do you mean a bit less than retail or crazy half off type thing? The better the price the easier the decision smile.gif But before we say pull the trigger. Have you played both of these? If not, give each one a whirl before you put money on it. That rule applies to anything pretty much.

When you say "Good Price" do you mean a bit less than retail or crazy half off type thing? The better the price the easier the decision smile.gif But before we say pull the trigger. Have you played both of these? If not, give each one a whirl before you put money on it. That rule applies to anything pretty much.

The VOX EX looks like it's got LOADS more options and bits and folks are swapping software patches online for it and such. I'd say go for the better one if they are priced pretty close smile.gif


Thanks Todd for the good advice!


Actually I tried boot of them and the only thing what I saw SE give me more flexibilities to change anything any FX, and SE older product than EX I think.
The price is just about, SE 320 USD, EX 370 USD.

I just now realized that I have to choose also to buy some single FX or multi effect, don't know the right answer yet.

Jeff


QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Apr 11 2012, 10:24 AM) *
Never tried it, but I think Todd's advice is very good - try them and see which one you like best. Take another idea in consideration - you don't need to dance onstage when changing the effects mate biggrin.gif see that this tool won't do that to you wink.gif


Hey Cosmin,

What if I wanna change the effects? , what about my dreams biggrin.gif

Thanks your point of view, really do not need any change FX when I playing on the stage

Jeff

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I didn't read that much , but the seemed pretty similar, I would like having two peddles , it seems that would give you more flexibility


Hey Mate!

Thanks!

Yeah, the only diferent is the flexibility, I guess.

Jeff



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post Apr 12 2012, 01:10 AM
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BAD NEWS: Those prices are NOT GREAT. You should be able to get the pricier one for about 300 US Brand New! The little one should be about 200 US Brand New! Those prices are WAAAAAY HIGH so be careful. I'm not sure who you are buying from but they are not giving much of a deal.

Here is a link to a quick search on ebay for those 2 pedals.

BRAND NEW
INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING
WAY CHEAPER!

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?LH_BIN=1&am...ItemCondition=3


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