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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Digitech 2101 or 2112?

    Digitech GSP1101?

    Rocktron Chameleon?

    Are you looking for something super awesome, or just something affordable?
    The GSP1101 looks like a good alternative so far! Thanks a lot!
    Somebody on Kemper forum also made a tip about it.

    I will look up some videos and sounds!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    L6 HD Pro X? Doesn't do "amp matching" per se, but it's probably got enough of the sounds you'd use, it's "good enough" for a practice setting and they're cheap as chips on the used market.
    Thanks, but the Digitech GSP1101 seems to be both cheaper, and more well liked than any Line6 offering, so I'm leaning to that right now. Thanks for tip tho!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Save up and get a rackmount kemper

    You may be able to trade or part trade your 5150 for one
    Reason why I "cannot afford" another Kemper is that, if I sell my 5150, I want to get a cheaper alternative to Kemper, and be able to put more money into household.

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    I can put my Tech 21 Mongoose and change channels on the Digitech right?

    I just want to be sure, I have basically no experience with this stuff

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    If it's a standard midi signal, I would think so.

    A buddy of mine actually used to run a 5150, and went with the GSP1101 because it was easier for him

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    GSP1101 | DigiTech Guitar Effects

    Check page 48. A bit wordy, but I think your controller should work. I had a super basic midi controller, a Midi Buddy, running my old TriAxis/GMajor/RT250 rack system.

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    Well, thats totally understandable. I'm tired for gear and stuff and I haven't even got into it at all to begin with, just the thought of massive pedalboards, tube amps that can go bad (while touring in Germany both my 2nd guitarists and bass players tube amps broke, but my cheap ass Peavey Vypyr worked perfectly always ) makes me not wanna go that rout.

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    Damnit, I want one now, too


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    "Black Label" at 2:54 sounded fucking 80s awesome

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