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Old 01-16-2013, 07:06 AM   #1
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Hi im currently using a Peavey 6505 and a Marshall Jubilee Cab. As my guitar I have a LTD ec-1000. It's in drop B and i play deathcore, metalcore, djent, and etc. Im looking to get pedals... Any opinions on the maxon OD808, Isp decimator noise suppression pedal, and probably any tuning pedal. Help me on which pedals would give me the best tones thanks guys !
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:18 AM   #2
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I can't stress enough how much a Maxon OD808 or Ibanez TS-9 would help your tone. It should help create loads of clarity from your lower notes (even in drop-b). Wack level on full, gain to nil & tone to taste.
ISP Decimator is the best noise suppressor pedal by far & it's nice and shiney too!

I've heard the Boss TU2 & TU3's are hard to beat, but can slightly affect your signal. If you want to go completely anal you can buy a line selector & have one solely going into your tuner

I've also got a Carbon Copy delay pedal which adds loads of warmth & helps create a 'big' sound.
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:24 AM   #3
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I can't stress enough how much a Maxon OD808 or Ibanez TS-9 would help your tone. It should help create loads of clarity from your lower notes (even in drop-b). Wack level on full, gain to nil & tone to taste.
ISP Decimator is the best noise suppressor pedal by far & it's nice and shiney too!

I've heard the Boss TU2 & TU3's are hard to beat, but can slightly affect your signal. If you want to go completely anal you can buy a line selector & have one solely going into your tuner

I've also got a Carbon Copy delay pedal which adds loads of warmth & helps create a 'big' sound.


Thanks (: what is a line selector what do you mean by have one soley going into my tuner what is the significance??
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:32 AM   #4
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Thanks (: what is a line selector what do you mean by have one soley going into my tuner what is the significance??


Just get a TC Electronics PolyTune or a Korg PitchBlack

edit: Hardwire has a polyphonic tuner as well. Worth checking out.

All these are great if you,don't wanna have a boss in the chain. I'm not a big fan of their buffers.
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