The New Boss ME-90 has us wondering how it compares to the current king of affordable multi-fx pedals: the Valeton GP-200. The two pedals have very different approaches to providing digital pedalboards, which is your favourite? | https://tinyurl.com/ynsp35sb
⏰ Timestamps ⏰
» 0:00 Intro Playing!
» 1:40 What We Are Doing!
» 3:45 How We Have It Set Up!
» 4:23 About the Valeton GP-200
» 7:49 Let's Hear the GP-200
» 8:59 Let's Hear the Boss ME-90
» 12:25 Building a Patch - Valeton GP-200
» 20:35 Assigning FX to the Valeton Footswitches
» 22:23 Building a Patch on the ME-90
» 26:26 Thoughts So Far
» 28:12 Using the GP-200 with a Regular Amp
» 33:13 Valeton - Other Features & Models
» 34:05 Using the ME-90 with a Regular Amp
» 36:43 Final Thoughts!
» 37:19 Thanks For Watching!
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