I forgot about the slave out . I wonder if I could go slave out to the g system , then out of the g system into the stereo mesaboogie pwr amp .
The reason is I don't plan on using too much of the pregain stuff ,I will have pedals for that . Mainly want to use it for the post gain . But then again G force might be the better option in that case.
I haven't heard too much comparisons between the 2 sound wise. They are both the same price except the 1 is just effects and the other has all the options . I am wondering if the effects are better in the g force which would explain why it is the same price as the g system
You may find that the G-system pedal loops make using your pedals on-stage nicer too. You can include/bypass them in the signal chain on a patch-by-patch basis - and then switch them in and out during performance using one of the G-system buttons.
The G-Force has more FX routing options. The individual FX themselves are close to the same.
The W-D-W setup as-described my MarcoR would sound killer - by the way. You could do this with either the G-System or the G-Force.
My own opinion is that if you want post-gain FX and only post-gain FX, with little in the way of amp/loop control, and you don't mind toting around a rack - then the G-Force is a good fit.
If you still want excellent post-gain FX, but want to have simpler performance-time control over your rig without shelling out for a lot of other equipment (loop controllers, foor controllers, etc.) then the G-System is a better choice. In short - the G-System removes a LOT of tap-dancing between songs when set up properly.
Last edited by Laird_Williams (2009-06-23 17:37:43)
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