#1
Ok, So my friend is selling is Boss Metal Zone MT-2 for 80AUD..
Is it worth it?
I plan on playing stuff like...Trivium, Killswitch Engage, Lamb of God and Progressive stuff.
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#3
for heavy guitar, i'm a big fan of the electro-harmonix metal muff. about a hundred US if you buy it new, and it sounds great. or the mxr doubleshot. not quite as heavy, but more versatile.
#4
Yeh but they're like $220+ in australia and the mxr double shot is even more.

I am talking about the Boss MT-2
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#5
oh, and i ****ing hate the metal zone. squeals, hisses, and has more of an 80's-early 90's tone. not quite the tone you're going for. yeah, it's worth $20, but he's selling it for a reason.
but try it out. if you like the sound, it's worth the money.
#7
it can get nu-metal n stuff though..
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#8
meh. the boss metalcore would do better. much bassier. look, dude, if you like it, get it. it's not that expensive. but i'd try other pedals first and put together a little money for something better.
like i said, my biggest complaint is how much background hiss you get with it.
#9
how about a rocktron metal planet?
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#13
its a good deal, but i would rather save if i were you
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