MULTI-EFFECTS

The tones behind a large number of hit recordings and counting.

MULTI-EFFECTS

MULTI-EFFECTS

HX Stomp

For guitarists and bassists who would like professional-grade HX modeling technology within an ultra-compact pedal, the HX Stomp guitar processor provides more than 300 Helix В® amps, cabs, and effects inside a stompbox-sized design that matches easily within the pocket of the gig bag. Whether you’d rather play via a traditional amp-and-pedal setup, or go direct onstage or perhaps in the studio, HX Stomp reaches when a “super stompbox,” the perfect backup or travel rig, an add-on tone expander when coupled with other modelers, or even a multi-funnel audio interface.

  • 300+ HX amps, cabs, and effects run as much as 6 concurrently
  • Additional legacy effects from M13 В® , M9 В® , M5 В® , DL4  , MM4 , FM4  , and  DM4
  • Capacitive-sensing footswitches with color-coded LCD rings
  • 4-Cable Method and re-amping connectivity, stereo effects loop

 

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HX EFFECTS

For guitarists preferring to make use of traditional amp and pedalboard setups, HX Effects features 100+ Helix ® effects, in addition to a large number of legacy sounds in the acclaimed M-Series and Stompbox Modeler pedals—all inside a compact and pedalboard-friendly multi-effects pedal. Increase to nine effects previously. Edit tones using the touch of the finger using eight capacitive-sensing footswitches. And revel in tremendous depth and ultra-low noise because of industry-leading dynamic range, plus analog and DSP bypass.

 

  • 100+ HX effects for the pedalboard—run as much as 9 concurrently
  • Additional legacy effects library from M13 ® , M9 ® , M5 ® , DL4 ™ , MM4 ™ , FM4 ™ , and DM4 ™
  • Capacitive-sensing switches with Brought rings and scribble strips
  • Functions because the command center for the entire amp and pedal rig

 

MULTI-EFFECTS

MULTI-EFFECTS

MULTI-EFFECTS

HELIX FAMILY

Professional guitarists use Helix® because the centerpiece for his or her live performances and studio tracks. If you would like realistic analog and tube tone, and effective seem processing abilities, Helix may be the flagship guitar processor from Line 6. It-not only sounds and seems like the initial amps modeled, it’s probably the most advanced master controllers for just about any sized guitar rig.

 

  • Dual DSP-powered HX modeling engine with 4 discrete stereo signal pathways
  • Next-gen HX Amps, Cabs, Effects and third party IR import
  • 12 capacitive-sensing footswitches & hands-free Pedal Edit mode
  • Extensive I/O for seamless integration together with your entire rig

 

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POD HD X SERIES

Serious guitarists used PODВ® multi-effects processors for nearly twenty years. Regardless of whether you perform live or record within the studio, POD HD500X and Pro X multi-effects provide precision control to tweak every facet of your tone. Select from an enormous assortment of HD amps and studio-quality effects, and obtain all of the intricacies you have to connect on stage or perhaps in the studio.

 

  • World-class assortment of HD amps for unmatched depth and touch response
  • Probably the most effective mixture of dynamic DSP and versatile routing options in the class, so that you can define your personal seem
  • Assignable, pro-grade, backlit footswitches that you could see everywhere on stage
  • The command center for just about any guitar setup such as the Line 6 Dream Rig—the only system that may be almost any rig

 

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FIREHAWK Forex

Gigging guitarists that play an array of styles and venues, take advantage of the incredibly easy to use FirehawkВ® Forex guitar processor. Select HD amps and effects in the largest assortment of amps and effects within the Line 6 family. Make use of a modern workflow to simply edit your tone on the smartphone or tablet through the Firehawk Remote Application, and also have the perfect connections to experience any venue.

 

  • Select from over 200 amps and effects including 50 HD models
  • Wirelessly control every facet of your signal chain
  • Access 128 onboard presets plus a large number of tones within the cloud
  • Record to Mac, PC or iOS using the cheapest possible latency

 

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AMPLIFi TT

Guitarists have to jam in your own home, and AMPLIFiВ® TT is really a tabletop multi-effects unit that can help you dive into that creative space. Use AMPLIFi TT with earphones, or connect to your house stereo or guitar amp to experience through legendary POD tones. Edit your seem easily on the smartphone or tablet through the AMPLIFi Remote Application, or select from a large number of downloadable tones around the cloud. You may also stream music via BluetoothВ®, or record via USB through this versatile little amp and effects modeler.

 

  • Turn any Hi-Fi or powered speakers right into a guitar amp
  • Stream your own music library over Bluetooth
  • Jam using the incorporated AMPLIFi Remote application for iOS and Androidв„ў
  • Remote application matches guitar tones to songs inside your music library
  • Record together with your computer using over 200 amps and effects
  • Take advantage of the Line 6 tones utilized on countless hit records

 

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AMPLIFi FX100

For each guitarist that loves POD tones and requires essential connectivity and control, AMPLIFi FX100 multi-effects floor processor can plug directly into most amps and residential stereos, or through some earphones. Edit your seem easily on the smartphone or tablet through the AMPLIFi Remote Application, or select from a large number of downloadable tones around the cloud. You may also stream music via BluetoothВ®, or record via USB but still be capable of manage it together with your ft.

 

  • Great-sounding tone with more than 200 amps and effects
  • Jam together with your music library via Bluetooth streaming audio (suitable for Android, iOS, and Mac or PC)
  • Share, rate and store tones within the cloud via AMPLIFi Remote for android and ios
  • Wireless control enables you to dial in great tones effortlessly
  • Automatic tone matching instantly jam together with your music library

 

POCKET POD

Pocket POD is really a portable, powered by batteries multi-effects thats full of over 300 custom presets dialed in by professional, superstar guitarists. Utilize it before your ampor connect earphones and jam anywhere.

 

  • 300+ Presets
  • 32 Amp Models, 16 Cab Models and 16 Effects
  • Chromatic Tuner
  • CD/MP3 Jack
  • Portable Design, weighing approximately 6 ounces only 5 x 3.25 x 2.5 inches
  • USB Connectivity — Edit presets on the pc with Free software application

 

The Best Sounding Multi-Effects Pedal

Video COMMENTS:
  • abdulla541: EQ?
  • a.m. remorse: Imagine if everyone took the same care into writing and playing as buying gear. It’s pathetic that we have the best gear ever and so easily accessible and music has never been so mediocre and bland. 10k pedalboards and yet nothing. There’s hardly any art left that gets traction on a large scale.
  • Neil Kraft: Noise gate?
  • Neil Kraft: Why is he shaking his guitar
  • Chris Yiann: Tyler check the fly rig Richie kotzen rk5 I think is the best
  • flying V dreamz: ever used the boss gt 1?😵
  • kenny play: Question. How does this sound going into a PA and not a guitar amp?? Cabinet simulator? Thx
  • Fender Strat HM: Can you set up the overall volume of each individual preset?
  • Tino Stojanovski 2Be: this or boss gt100?
  • glahome1: Have you tried the Sonicake Rockstage? I would be interested in your opinion.
  • STRAT O’CASTER: KERBEROS (Cerberus) is a mythological creature from greek mythology. It is the gigantic, three-headed hound of Haides which guarded the gates of the underworld and prevented the escape of the shades of the dead.Kerberos was depicted as a three-headed dog with a serpent’s tail, mane of snakes, and a lion’s claws. According to some he had fifty heads although this count may have included the serpents of his mane.
  • Aaron M: sounds like shit – or maybe thats your shitty playing? either way you could be the biggest douche on youtube.
  • rey hykary: in mi opinion , for the 300 us, i think that boss ms-3 is a better option.
  • aeugmk2: You ripped that demo man! Thanks for the killer playing!
  • mecastetienne: Je prefere mon Zoom G7
  • Otto Motto: Better than AXE FX II Woooooooooooooowwwwwww………………
  • Scott T: Sorry, but the pedal just sounds cheap and digital (cuz it is) – kind of Line6 circa many years ago. Get a good tube amp and save up for a couple Strymons, Eventides, Empress mega boxes….
  • Warrior creme: does your guitar have a sustainiac?
  • Revolution Ink: I’m sorry, but that pedal sounds absolutely HORRIBLE in every way. I’ve made to sorry mistake of buying a few “NUX” pedals in the past, and all have been immediately returned, or recycled through Craigslist. I figured I’d check your review, JUST IN CASE I’m missing something. The drive sounded weak and thin, the distortion was also thin and lacking any warmth, the delay, meh, but the MOD channel was GOD AWFUL TERRIBLE!!! I’d be ashamed personally to endorse a piece of crap like this, but to openly LIE and say it’s the best sounding multi effects pedal, well – you just lost ALL credibility there pal 😉 The Helix DESTROYS it, The POD HD series DESTROYS it, the AXE FX SUPER DESTROYS it, etc. etc. etc…. I never leave reviews, but this thing sounds like garbage. Get a better company to pay you to do reviews, or AT LEAST don’t b.s. people about the product, just call it like it is, or don’t bother!
  • Music_360: Meh…
  • david marshall: it sounds like shit
  • RobVoyles: sounds very artificial.
  • David N: This is horrible
  • Doug Pinder: Can Output 1 and Output 2 go into an amps stereo effects loop (i.e. L and R Return)? I’m referring to a JC 120 amp. I’d run the Dist and Drive through front of the amp and then the Delay and Mod through JC 120 Stereo effects loop.
  • Bflatest: is this better than the MOOER 200 thingy?
  • Rick Danner: love your stuff , hope you answer this comment . I go to a gig with my deluxe reverb and 4 pedals and a tuner pedal . Its always a pain in the ass I hope I can find an easier set up watching this video thanks
  • Todd Stefl: Sounds like a great unit.
    Nice licks, too.
    Thanks.
  • Redneck Rosey: The T-Rex Soulmate is the Dogs Bollocks, the Nux is just the dogs mess left behind
  • WASTED MOTIVATION ARECKY: Just hit subscribe button…im a gambler and yea music is win…been looking after some multieffect and yea..i think i found it. Regards from Poland
  • SLAMSTERDAMN: +Music Is Win ; Aye, I dig your channel, keep on w/ those reviews, no prob making a living of it!
    You didn’t Berkeley for nuthin.👍
  • SLAMSTERDAMN: ‘Cerberus’ was the Greek’s 3-headed guard dog of the gates of Hell!
  • SLAMSTERDAMN: Reminds me, especially the logoing & colts/fonts of my old trusty
    TubeWorks MosValve Combo, but way clearer; technology marching on!
  • Michael Mirabal: I own a lot of different amps, from Line6 Spider Valves to Marshall’s and Fenders. I also own top end Line6 effect pedals. I kind of gave up on pedals and actually wish I had kept some of mine because the pricing on those is now astronomical. I kept the Line6 stuff and my Yamaha delays. But, I found NUX. I am the first guy to be very wary of EFX from China (cheeseball comes to mind), but these guys and a couple of others have impressed me. I own the NUX Time Force and the Roctary. First the Roctary. The most sought after Leslie simulator is the Roto-Vibe for guitarists, outside of using a Leslie 122. But they have become extremely pricey and are limited. The Roctary is amazing. It not only simulates the horn section of the Leslie but the bass section. And, when you overdrive a Leslie, you get that cool tube distortion. The Roctary allows you to simulate that overdrive. They put a lot of thought into that pedal and then, on top of it, throw in a polyphonic octave effect. I assume that the Roctary engine is the same one in the modulator section of the Cerebus pedal. (I love that name Cerebus, reminds me of Amon Duul II). The Time Force, another great pedal. Many different delay models, not just a delay, like almost all effects. It gives you tape loop, analog and a few others. It is not noisy but it likes to have batteries for lunch.Anyway, this pedal probably does a lot more than most are showing. I find it very versatile and like the patching. Most pedals, in one end, out the other. The ones touting Axe/FX forgot to mention the Kemper. There will always be someone who thinks theirs is the best because they spent a couple of grand to purchase it. But with music, money doesn’t always equate to sound and quality. A lot of hit records prove that. Like with guitars. No one wants a Mexican Strat but they play just like an American one (I have a few Strats of both regions) and some Mex Strats sound better. I own an HSS Mex Strat with a locking tremolo. Nice guitar, not cheap either, in price and quality. And Music is Win, thanks for taking the time to demo this.
  • Za7a7aZ: I am so convinced of the fractal ax8 quality that I am willing to swap my porn collection for one.. 😉
  • Indra Jaya: This is why I Love my Pod500
  • Mich Leon: excelent work…
  • jaypee manait: i m a happy owner of line 6 helix…
  • Michel Doucet: sound like shit man it was in a craker jack pop corn gift ?
  • James Garcia: You got some skills there bro…loved how you finished the intro jam, with
    that last lick…
  • Dana Everhart: Annoyingly boring dude!
  • Micky Scaramouche: In Greek mythology, Cerberus, often called the “hound of Hades”, is the monstrous multi-headed dog that guards the gates of the Underworld to prevent the dead from leaving
  • Fred Zungri: Sad thing is the advanced players see the cocky idiot you are, you far from a polished player or person, watch your own videos and see what an idiot you are…
  • Scott Elliott: I am a proud owner of a Zoom G9000, just lay my hands on the neck and sound like Bonamassa, lol!
  • Gary Clements: My GR-55 Puts this to shame. Heck the GT-100 I used to have was Superior to what I’m hearing here.
  • David Dexter: Good playing and demo video but I don’t like the tone you’re getting from either the guitar or the multi effect or maybe both, it’s sounding a bit too digital in a bad way (the multi effect) and just the overall tone just sounds like it lacks warmth, maybe the guitar? I don’t know what it is but the playing is great and the quality of the video is great too.
  • dezionlion: sounds shitty, maybe it’s the guitar?
  • R. McCloud: Mesa lone star xotic sp ac soul driver boss octave EH memory man
  • Jerome Sutton: Sounds like the time I cornered a rat with my broomstick.
  • Jerome Sutton: Spelling mistake here… best=worst!
  • Mystic Dreams Music: Will there be any gear-giveaways coming up
  • Carmen Dedonato: lame
  • LarryUK: My Hughes and Kettner Switchblade sounds like this with its built in effects. Test one.
  • Jazz Haze: Joke?
  • Richard B: Muddy
  • pete petrov: Very helpful.Will check it out,And looks simple to dial in.
  • Mauricio Caranicola: ITS NOT ! FAIR BUT FAR FROM GOOD
  • Mickeyislowd: This pedal reminds me of the Sansamp pedal. Its very close in the preamp department.
  • DKT: IS THIS TOTALLY ANALOG?
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  • Luster Zenig: Which is better? This Nux Cerberus or Korg AXG3000?
  • Charles White64: Truly Great Tones and Value, w Playing and Vibe, Thank You , Been trippin on the Endless Amount of Gear Choices to Stomp on to get a Serious goofy smile of ‘Good Deal dude!’ This Really Helps Decern the Values state of this unit!🎸✌Thnx Again😉
  • Oscar Estrella: to me sounds too digital !
  • Matt Gilbert: I am ordering one. Now.
  • Matt Kenyon: Please , how much in Canadian dollars ??? Excellent review , straight to the point
  • Matt Kenyon: As far as putting it in the effects loop of the amp , how would channel changing on my amp work or be effected or work with this unit connected ? I am just trying to imagine the the best scenario of how to go about incorporating my channel switching and the unit while it is hooked up straight to the front of the amp and in the effects loop
  • Georges Legangnoux: I got one Cerberus ; you can get SO MUCH better tones out of it !
  • Caz picones: is this a analog pedal in one?? or another multi effects like ME80?
  • Sam Karagiannis: Had this unit for about a month,absolutely brilliant! great for rehearsals , easy pick up and plug in, will be trying it next month at an up coming gig.
  • Bobby Lowery: How much would something like that run?
  • Brett Gunn: Cheesy!
  • Ivan Stankoci: How is it possible to practice with backing track. There is no AUX in. Maybe use some looper with AUX in at the end of the chain.?!
  • csjaugiedog: The Fractal Axe FX II beats ANY digital machine EVER!
  • cool water: This or the Mooer Red Truck?
  • Randy Dodd: meh , I’ll keep my ax8
  • wikichris: Well all that shit and buy a cheap acoustic. You’ll have more fun.
  • Owotadero: Dude…i like your desk. I need something like this. Where have you it from?
    Nice play 😉
  • HCLLCH81: Do we need to add nosiegate when using distortion?
  • Dimzidze: this is the piece of shit !
  • chesterdad: Pedal has lots of function, but is lacking in clarity. Kind of a haze over everything IMO, and that haze isn’t purple.
  • Patrick van Vlooten: This pedal is so well though out, I need to get one for band rehearsals… And I might even use it live direct to FOH, supposedly it does that very very well!
  • Federico Casuriaga: Is it better than the Mooer red truck??
  • John Cross: Not long after I went electric, I knew I needed 3-4 basic effects to emulate different styles. This would be perfect for that situation. However, if you play in a very controlled setting (i.e. church gig, theater pit band) a patch based multi-effects pedal/processor might be a more practical option for a similar expense. Am I right that this is not well suited to DI to a board?
  • krutoyinfo: poor
  • slickcross: This is a hidden gem. I bought this months ago and this thing is amazing. Sounds great and natural. Only thing is that i wish it has better internal components which has better chips and a noiseless switchers. When i connected the roland expression pedal to use it as a volume pedal, the overall volume decreased.
  • Les Lane: …it’s in d mail…
  • BBnator: Can you use the Boost in manual mode? Great video as usual, and greetings from Norway!
  • karol walczak: You can connect any pedal to that amp and it will sound as good.
  • Mr Short: Carl Martin Quattro! Nothing has beaten that for me yet.
  • Evan Sales: The Best Sounding Multi-Effects Pedal played by The Best Most Awesome YouTube Tyler.
  • HeavyInstinct: The main thing that seems to be missing here is the ability to handle Channel switching on your amp. For this reason I am much more interested in the boss ms3
  • MrCrowley1018: I really enjoy my Boss ME-80
  • DRIFTY: Getting paid to sponsor something doesn’t discredit the product, you showed us what it does therefore you’re just getting paid to play guitar with an awesome pedal, and that’s badass keep it up man!
  • 00UncommonSense00: This should read “Best Sounding Multi-Effects pedal” For The Money Because not all are created equal. Allow me to clarify. A Boss ME-80 is just dandy sounding for $300. Does it sound better than my Line 6 Helix? No. Of course not. But it is $1200 cheaper and that has a “quality” all it’s own.
  • Ian Z: You should do a cover of mean street and I love your tone
  • Turbo_ 30: Does it have reverb?
  • Antonio Alejandro Hernández Pérez: Nux makes good stuff. I have a 15 bucks tubescreamer clone and it´s a dirty cheap beast, awesome value. Thanks for the video, Tyler. Greetings from Spain!
  • David Morisset: Vox ToneLab Series
  • ZeugmaPowa: Does it sound good with a bass ?
  • Joel David Forteza: Sounds GOOD and sharp. I use a boss rc300 and it’s difficult to get a decent distorsion. of course it’s not it’s best feature.
  • David M: I like gear reviews if they are useful for informing my purchasing decisions. One key ingredient in this is that I like to know how things compare to appropriate competitors. I don’t care the slightest bit if there’s money involved, if it doesn’t interfere with this. If a sponsorship means you can’t A/B with another product, that’s a deal breaker.