I've owned 3 or 4 of these over the years and never came to like any of them. They can be confusing, limiting, and tend to sound artificial. They always sound like close recreations rather than being able to deliver the same quality of each individual effect. Some that are dedicated to reproducing a specific effect that has multiple types get a bit closer but still come up short. I will say that this type can be a good learning experience on what you prefer, ( The Line 6 DL4 offers good examples of multiple delay types so you can learn the basic differences), and does an adequate job of producing those delays until you can afford a true version. When pedals start offering multiple effect types they become complicated, never offer the same amount of control per effect and, at least in my experience, introduce unwelcome back round noise. Noise is one of my biggest issues. Each effect included in the multi effect pedals signal chain seems to increase the back round noise. It's like the signal gets clogged up.