More Professional than it Looks
The iPB-10 is probably the best, most over-looked guitar FX processors available. I think music retailers and online retailers are not giving this gem enough attention. I've been through a lot of guitar rigs/setups over the years, this is the best sounding, most flexible, and easy to use piece of gear of them all.
At first glance, it looks like another consumer-grade multi-fx pedal. In that regard, I think Digitech should do some cosmetic work on the next iteration to make it look more professional. For example, the TC Electronic G-System is a multiFX pedal, but it looks like a pro would use it. And they do. And it took a lot for me to give up my super-cool pedal board that I had built up, but the trade-off in value and the plethora of effects was too good to pass up. And I've never regretted the decision.
All the amp models and pedal models sound great! So sound-wise, it has more than I'll ever fully use. The real treasure in the iPB10 is the ease-of-use. If you can turn a pedal knob or press a button, you can use it out-of-the-box, no learning curve. That's right, NO learning curve. There are some things that take some exploration, but as far as plugging in and adjusting a pedal... just like the real-world counterparts. The benefit over real world pedals is no cables to interconnect them, you can save your presets, AND the coolest thing is changing a pedals place in the signal chain is as easy as dragging the pedal to where you want. No unplugging. Using the iPad to control the iPB10 is a no-brainer. I'm surprised other companies haven't explored this more. So if you're concerned with giving up your pedals for a multi-fx processors, don't be. Even if you don't already own an iPad and would have to buy one - it's still cheaper than what it would cost to acquire all of these pedals, not to mention the amps. Best guitar FX decision I ever made.