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TC Electronic Plethora X5

Post by jdaddyaz » Mon Mar 02, 2020 3:57 pm

Has anyone checked this out? I'm wanting to pick up some external fx stuff to run send/returns, and this looks to have a lot of flexibility. How are TC pedals?

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Re: TC Electronic Plethora X5

Post by sduck » Mon Mar 02, 2020 10:30 pm

I was sorely tempted by that one. But then remembered all my other forays into multi-fx devices, where I like them for a few months and then get bored and go back to the tried and true grab bag of things I like. Think I'll pass on this one. Oh, the fact that it's a behringer product kind of digs it's own grave for me.
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Re: TC Electronic Plethora X5

Post by jdaddyaz » Tue Mar 03, 2020 1:01 am

I'm with you on the multi fx thing, however this one seems to have a good amount of custom ability. You can do any order of the onboard fx, and if you want five hall of fames, so be it. The lack of being able to stack efx and being stuck with one delay, one mod, one reverb, etc on those other fx stations has always made me steer clear. Anyways, I guess I'll just have to wait and see what peoples reactions are one it hits.
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