After playing a lot with my Zoom in stomp box mode, and reading the pedalboard threads, watching reviews and demos, I was thinking to start inexpensive and test some pedals.
These seem like good starters, and almost fit inside the Amazon gift card I had laying around for $100. Also, they are all Amazon Prime, and free to return if I don’t like them.
BEFORE I GET STARTED I HAVE A QUESTION:
if you were to pick one of these pedals, and step it up to a highly rated, high cost pedal, which one would you do. Not only out of these 4, in your whole line??
I am thinking Compression, but don’t know if that is true. And I found a used Mark-bass compressor effects pedal for $100 that was listed 8 months ago, and has not sold, so I could prob get it for $75. so I was curious if that would be your choice too.
I already have a Behringer limiter Enhancer pedal that I got NIB at a pawn shop for $15 a while back, that I like that can be in this line.
There are countless other pedals on Let Go and Offer Up that I could choose from as well, but this is the starting point I am thinking of.
Along with a Behringer Vtone B21-U
Here we go.
Tuner Pedal - $22
No Reviews outside Amazon
Compression pedal - $25
Good reviews for inexpensive option
Jump Kokko OD Pedal - $24
Guns and Guitars rated it good, a little thin cuz it’s for guitars, but he showed a way to EQ it to sound good. I can get a used Behringer EQ for $17 at GC right now.
Bass Chorus Pedal - $25
No reviews outside Amazon
I am hoping for good info from the forum.
What is right?
What is wrong?
What is neutral.
I also have the Zoom B1Four, I will happily keep for practice, or for my daughter to practice thru headphones, or as a tuner in bypass in front of the chain??? Tho I think it will add a hum, and not sure if you can do tuning in mute with it or not. I think there is a setting for that.
This is all speculation, and for fun, and all of it could be shipped back if any doesn’t fit me personally,
Hope this helps others find a good cheaper way to get started too.