The Zoom guitar processor is widely used in the old city, though I'm not sure why, as it is not a particularly successful tool.
The Poor Man's Processor has limited features, but it offers good performance for its cost.
Although there were no cracks or breaks in the solder of the adapter inlet, I was having contact problems in the relevant region with my veteran processor. I was able to temporarily solve the problem by sticking paper between the printed circuit plate and adapter port, thankfully it worked. The thought of not being able to use it again, not being able to hear those rattling digital effects again, gave me goosebumps.
The person who suggested that we use Digitech as a family also has a processor.
They asked if there was a 505, 505, which is mostly used as a tie-breaker in the tunnel.
This processor weighs 250 grams and has the ability to make a bad guitar sound good and a good guitar sound bad.
If I had a Zoom 505 and a guitar, I could move the world.