The Best Multi FX Pedals Under €150 – Bargain FX for Home and Stage
The Best Multi FX Pedals Under €150
Looking to transform your tone? Guitar effects pedals are the perfect tool to go from bedroom beginner to stadium superstar. With so many pedals out there, it’s hard to know what pedals give you the best results, and for a good price. We show you the best multi fx pedals under €150.
Need to add some seasoning to your guitar tone? Do you need access to multiple effects? You may have considered buying individual effects pedals. However, with that comes the need to buy patch cables, power supplies and a pedal board. Instead, why not consider a budget multi FX unit? Here’s our pick of the best units under €150
What do we have here? This digital multi-effects pedal is the cheapest in our list, and for beginners, could be the only pedal you’ll ever need. 24-bit stereo effects including tremolo, flanger, chorus, delay and phaser will enhance your practice time and refine your taste for tone.
Despite the low price tag, these Behringer pedals will cope with being thrown in and out of your gig bag night after night.
Zoom G1 Four Multi Effects Pedal
Taking it up a notch, we have the Zoom G1. You get 65 internal effects and 13 amp simulations; you’ll be able to make use of a loop station, drum machine and chromatic tuner.
Additionally 50 memory locations for creating user-defined patches and a USB input for firmware updates. Moreover, you’ll be able to jam out for up to 18 hours with this pedal’s impressive battery life.
Many of us in the Gearnews office started out with Zoom multi-effects; you could do a lot worse than the Zoom G1.
Line6 Pocket Pod Bundle
The iconic Line6 Pod was a revolutionary unit when launched; the diminutive pocket pod version, whilst being an elderly unit, still has loads to offer for the money. This little red pocket rocket houses an impressive 300 sounds, and is no bigger than your standard pedal tuner. On offer you’ll find:
- 16 Effects
- 32 Amp Modes
- 16 Box Models
When looking at the best multi-effects under €150, this has to be on your shortlist, especially if you’re looking to do some home recording.
- Expression Pedal
- x2 6.3mm Mono Output Jacks
- 3.5mm Headphone Jack
- 3.5mm Aux Jack
- USB Port
Harley Benton DNAfx GiT Bundle
Making this one of the most versatile multi-fx pedals on the list is that the outputs are easily programmable for either studio or live use. Get the same reliable tones at home, on your demo tracks, or at your gigs.
Power Supplies & Accessories
With the exception of the Line6 Pocket Pod, all the pedals here will need an external power supply. We’d suggest this value-priced option from Thomann. While you’re at it, why not pick up an extra couple of guitar leads to help you connect up your new multi-FX processor.
- Behringer FX600: Behringer
I’m really surprised that the Zoom MS-70CDR hasn’t made this list.
It’s an excellent pedal for the price. And works equally as well with synths and drums etc.
funny. i just ordered 2x the zoom for my old digital drummachines.
NUX MG 300 , better budget pedal, and cheaper
I’m surprised that the Zoom MS-70 CDR hasn’t made this list.
It’s a great multi effects pedal with lots of features and is equally good with guitars, synths and drums.