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Line 6 M9 Guitar Modeler
« on: November 18, 2010, 05:30:42 PM »
Hi everyone

Recently I read some reviews online regarding the Line 6 M9. I also watched ALOT of You Tube videos and listened to Roberts reviews and demos. I started with a Digitech RP-350 Guitar modeler but the sounds that the M9 were capable of and Robert's recommendation made me run out and buy it.

I LOVE the M9. The sounds quality and the options and ease of setting up really made a big difference. Its worth every penny and I would recommend it. Even for us beginners.

My next item will be a bigger amp ( I have a small Peavey amp - entry level ).

Anyone looking to buy the RP-350? $125 CDN takes it.

Gordon

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Re: Line 6 M9 Guitar Modeler
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2010, 06:21:47 PM »
Great to hear!

Yeah, the M9 is an amazing unit. It's not a multi effects processor - it's really a collection of kick ass stompboxes, meant to run right into an amp.

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Re: Line 6 M9 Guitar Modeler
« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2010, 09:31:26 AM »
I had a RP-350, RP-355, and RP-500 hoping one of them would give me the tone I wanted.  They are just too much to tweak between cabinets, amps, effects, etc... I tried a boss ME-25, almost pulled the trigger on one of those, but I am back to finding pedals.  I've seen a lot of great videos on the M9, but I'll be waiting for a used one before I decide.  I do use a Line 6 pocket pod, but that is for recording and quiet pratice.  (Not that I haven't been tweaking it all the time though)