Reviews and specs


  • Digitech Floorboards
  • RP500
  • Four outputs, 1/4" and XLR, two inputs, for guitar and a player, many quality patches and a large number of emulations. 24-bit A/D and D/A converters and 44.1kHz sampling frequency. Cubase LE4 and X-Edit.

  • Digitech Reverb
  • RV-7
  • It provides seven different effects, Lexicon, of great quality. My opinion on this stompbox is absolutely positive. The bypass is a true bypass and the 4 knobs allow a complete personalization of the final result.

  • Boss Distortion
  • DS-1
  • With a correct use of the Tone control this pedal can work well, but it depends on many factors. Anyhow, it is easy to use and, at a very low cost, it provides a rather valid and flexible distortion. Settings of the DS-1 that can be a good starting point.

  • Zoom Multitrack
  • MRS-8SD
  • The drum & bass machine can store up to 511 patterns and owns really many functions that cannot be synthetized in few words. The manual explains all the functions of the drum & bass machine and how to use it.

  • Sony Handheld
  • PCM-M10
  • 24-bit/96kHz, omnidirectional microphones, a digital limiter and a low-cut filter for a perfect result. In addition to the built-in 4GB Flash memory there is a slot for an SD card (micro).

  • Yamaha Multitrack
  • MD8
  • Yamaha discontinued the MD8, but it can be an excellent solution, at a good price, for a small band or your home studio. Eight separate tracks and a good mixer.

  • Marshall MG
  • MG30FX
  • If we consider the low price and all the characteristics, it is a good choice. It doesn't sound like a tube model, obviously, but tone is good. Rather flexible.

  • Marshall Vintage Modern
  • 2266C
  • The complete front panel guarantees a remarkable flexibility. Body and Detail, can drastically modify the sound.