I believe you've just forever removed the "CPU 91%" problem for me. Kudos.Yes, and it supports SCENES too.
Just effects. Specifically designed for 4CM with dedicated pre- and post- paths. Up to 8 simultaneous effects. Any number assignable pre/post. Any combination of series or parallel routing. Two expression pedal inputs, four relay outputs. USB for remote editing with free FX8-Edit software. Silent Switch technology from the MFC Mark III. True Bypass. Etc., etc. Don't drop it on your foot.
try an axe-fx.Not to be a buzz kill here. But I would prefer a rack mount. I don't want to run my signal (effects loop) out and back to a pedalboard and another cable for the front end dynamic effects back to the amp.
I would imagine you would plug your guitar into the unit. And if you run a wireless that lives in your rack that's another issue getting your guitar signal out to the floorboard.
Guess it would work for some. Not me.
This is a bigger deal to me personally, than the XL, quite honestly. You'd have to have a double power Axe FX that could do 2 amps at full resolution, or be the equivalent essence of 2 Axe FX II's with a panning volume pedal at the beginning of the signal chain for completely seamless (no compromises) scene or preset switching (mounted in one chassis), to suck me into the next generation rack unit...probably. But this floor unit with MIDI integration fills a different need. I can see using it as designed in a 4cm with my marshall 2x12 combo for effects and channel switching the amp, or putting into my Axe FX II loop for more combinations of effects, or repeat/stacked effects. This has the potential, with 8 effects to cut the weight of my show rack - because I can eliminate other stuff.