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 >> XTs are nice- and the firmware was just updated, adding a pitch sifter and some more models. <<
does it sift out bum notes? :-)
I have an original kidney-bean bass pod & it's fantastic for recording, but somewhat uninspiring for general dicking-around-with. I took the time to build several useable patches on it (optimised for lemmy-a-like rickenbacker, low-tuned ibanez, my fender VI & so forth) & then left it alone.
I think kevin's got a point- no matter how carefully a single manufacturer tries to get his DSP to do all manner of things with different degrees of success, it's not as much fun as trying to get a mess of different pedals to behave themselves the way you want them to. 
long live pete cornish.


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