#1
I'm a lead guitarist in a band and obviously in order to solo I need to boost my volume.

I am use to using multieffect units and its easy to do on them but now that I am getting single stomp boxes I am a bit puzzled.

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Should I use an overdrive or a volume pedal?
#4
A boost pedal should do the trick.
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#5
Personally I think a good idea is if you have 2 stomp boxes then make the one you want for the solo louder than the one you're using for the rest of the song. Probably helps if it's a different sound too, so people can hear the difference more.
#6
What amp are you using?
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#7
MXR line booster is a good one.
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What amp are you using?

+1

also, a volume pedal is passive, it'll only let you reduce volume, i think.
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