This is the main source material for "Blue is the Warmest Color". Beautifully written and drawn, and rewards re-reading.
"50% actor, 50% killer, 100% public enemy!". I guess that sums it up. If that appeals to you, you might like this? Unfortunately this volume felt mainly like setup; at the end the story's barely gotten started, and I don't know how many volumes it may go on for.
Lots of knobs to twiddle, but it's all pretty well labeled and easy to figure out. The one thing I needed a manual for was the expression pedal--it wasn't obvious to me that you need to push on it with your toe for a moment to activate the interesting expression-pedal functions.
I'm not an expert, but the results sounded pretty good to me.
Instant multitrack recording--great practice, lots of fun. I bought a similar pedal for myself as soon as I returned this one.
From the overview: "a second footswitch engages a power booster for soloing. This works double duty to turn on an effects loop."
Note to make this work you need a special cable (see p. 7 of the manual). I *think* something like this: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/STP201 is what's needed?
That would allow hooking up any of the library's other pedals and enabling/disabling them as a group. This doesn't look like the kind of thing people will have laying around, so it would be nice to include one.