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Re: Cheap FX for Teaching

thanks guys! ns

On 3/31/06, Tony K <bigtony@softhome.net> wrote:
> I have a DOD Tec 4 that is 1/2 decent.  The distortions are crappy, but 
> rest of the fx are ok.  I use it for my synths these days.  You can get 
> on ebay for like $20 used.  No looping or drum machine though.  Most of 
> fx have limited settings but it's certainly usable.
> Also, the Digitech RP50 is pretty reasonable.  I've seen them on ebay for
> about $60 (buy it now).  Again, no looping, but lots of fx and a drum
> machine with 30 patterns.
> I'd go with the Digitech myself.  $60 isn't bad for an fx unit.
> Tony
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Nick Schillace" <americansketch@gmail.com>
> To: <loopers-delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Friday, March 31, 2006 11:26 AM
> Subject: Cheap FX for Teaching
> HI-
> i was wondering if anyone might be able to suggest a nice multi FX to
> use when teaching guitar/bass. i run an instruction studio here in
> detroit that does about 200 lessons per week (mostly guitar).
> i have 3 rooms for guitar so i would need something cheap to get one
> for each room. it doesn't have to have spectacular quality FX but it
> would be great to have something with wide range of choices to expose
> students to a lot of sounds. of course it would be GREAT to have a
> modest looper included with some overdub capabilities. some type of
> drum machine would be cool too.
> any help?
> nick schillace
> www.nickschillace.com
> www.myspace.com/nickschillace