I'm looking for a simple modeling pedal to plug into my monitor speakers for late night and home practice. These two pedals have caught my attention. Pros? Cons? Any others I should look at in that price range?
The expression pedal is pretty good. It’s not “smooth as buddah”, but it works fine. The “chrome wah” (Vox) and “Black wah” (crybaby) are both fun to use, and have adjustable parameters. The pedal can also be used with rotary to toggle between fast and slow, and with the vibe, as well as with some of the delay patches (but I never use them). It’s a decent volume pedal, which is fun with my lap steel. I think it does a few other things as well, but I pretty much only use these. It has a toe switch, but you have to press down pretty hard to get it, but you can also use the regular foot switch, if you want.I think both of these would work fantastic for you. I've gotten good sounds out of both Zoom and Digitech gear.
I think for the price,either of these would be your best bet. They've got good amp modeling and even an expression pedal so you can get your wah pedal or whammy pedal going if that's your bag.
It does! I have the iRig and sometimes plug either straight into the iPad or use the G3 into the GB amps and reverbs. It has WAY better drums and looping, you can basically build a jam track. I spent more time than I care to admit having a blast with the bass and organ, using the iPad’s touch screen.If you have a Apple product, garageband works great