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Re: Digitech GNX3
I know proper looping devices would be better but the GNX can act as an 8
track looper as I can turn loops on and off where as the line 6 and the
can't do this.
My first thought for a looping rig was bass--effects--dl4--rc20--amp
But this would only allow me to have 2 loops yes I can overdub but I can't
get rid of the overdub and introduce something else with the touch of a
button like you guys with the repeaters and echoplexs can.
It wouldn't really matter if the effects and amp modelling weren't amazing
because I have other things that can handle those but as a kind of repeater
on the floor I think this is the best option unless some one can wow me
the features of the RC-20.
Thanks for the help.
----- Original Message -----
From: Mark Sottilaro <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 3:19 PM
Subject: Re: Digitech GNX3
> The GNX3 actually as 3 Bass amp models included. I actually got rid of
> a bunch of stuff recently to get a GNX2, for portability issues. I
> looked at the GNX3 for it's looping ability, but felt it to be much too
> limited. I don't think you're going to find an all in one solution.
> Maybe a Boomerang, Line6 DL4 or RC20 are the ticket for you if you want
> to keep it on the floor.
> As for me, I did my first gig with my "micro rig" I was able to carry
> it all in one trip and set it up in 6 min. AMAZING.. for me.
> Guitar-GNX2 - Repeater - (Alesis AirFX in effects loop) - PA
> The venue supplied the PA, as it was part of the NorCal Noisefest 2002.
> One of the other guitarists in our band (Big City Orchestra) was
> looping with the DL4, and that seemed to do a nice job if you don't
> care about synching to a MIDI clock. I'm not sure what the max loop
> length is, though.
> Mark Sottilaro
> On Monday, September 23, 2002, at 08:16 AM, Jhsidlo@aol.com wrote:
> > Supposedly DigiTech wants to release a BNX3 (obviously for bass).
> > But the
> > present economy is probably a factor.
> > Ciao, James