Processors come packed with loads of sound patches and effects which may actually confuse you for a while, but it will
teach you everything related to effects overtime; from how to tweak them to how to control them, I mean everything.
Playing guitar will feel like trying out new ice cream flavor; but for the ears, not for… Tongue. It’s great for practice and
entry level shows. You may throw in POD HD 500 in your intermediate level. But once you realize that you are going to
hit the main stage soon, your fans may expect something professional. Hey if you have something like AXE FX, then we
are cool with your digital gear. In general terms and excluding the exceptions (like AXE FX), Processor focuses on quantity
of effects rather than its quality.
First off pedals are analog; the pros and cons of analog devices is a different topic all together, but the elitists will always
press on analog devices… Always had been... However, these devices have big numbered price tags and it’s not like you
buy one and you are all set, you need a bunch of them. Well that’s the turn away signal in the first look for almost
everyone, until you realize what you are getting for that price. Pedals are absolutely opposite to processors. The makers
usually focus on one feature at a time. The bigger price you pay the more sub-features and quality you get, it’s simple
that way; like you buy an expensive delay pedal, and it will handle all your delay related tantrums you throw at it.