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Has anyone here bought or tried one of these yet?

I'm thinking I can save money and avoid having to buy multiple pedals, chorus, tremolo, delay, flanger etc.

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I asked the local L&M, they have it on order.....but it’s not at the distribution centre yet.
Waiting......


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I have a buddy in Arizona who really likes his. He switched from a TC G Major and doesn't have any complaints.
 

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Any updates or negative feedback on these? I'm very tempted to use one for my core delay sounds and amp switching as my setup is pretty simple but could be 100% one tap friendly. Any other multi effects out there of the same size and quality for less money?

I was about to go buy a pedal power at half the price, then realized I could eliminate my delay, reverb, flange, Mxr eq and four button amp footswitch, not to mention cables and power issues.

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@TheYanChamp I say go for it. Boss stuff is known to be solid and I think they will be providing updates for this one as time goes on. If you can make use of the features, have at 'er.
 

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My only concern is reading in a related thread that it may be all digital. As in the switchable loops before the output to front of amp. I don't minddigital in the loop section of my amp but that's because the loop has a bypass I prefer to use for a more direct primary tone.

No questions with boss reliability. I have a couple pedals that are older than me.

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Yes, these are all digital. I was considering one of these before getting my ES-5, but decided to go with the analog switcher instead. Not to say there's anything wrong with the MS-3, it's probably great and can save you a lot of space by running seldom-used effects from the MS-3. And it's a MIDI controlller! But I figured if I was spending a lot of money on an overdrive pedal, I didn't want to digitize that signal before it got to my amp.
 

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I got one for myself for Christmas and I'm loving it. Simplified my rig, it was a bit of learning curve, but great flexibility, and really great drive tones. I got mine delivered to family in the US and saved myself over 100 bucks with a deal from guitar centre. Zero complaints.
 
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