#1
Hi all , i have the Begginer Squier pack with that S**** amp...it gives a nice Clean sound , but on overdrive...just blows it up...so i've been checking Guitar distorion pedals , and i have 2 questions , 1st - if i have a nice distortion pedal will it give a nice sound...or it will give the same sound as the amp ? 2nd - Wich destortion pedal should i Buy ? im a little short of money so i would like something under 50€ (yes im european) if someone could pick a nice one from this website ( http://www.musicstore.com/is-bin/INTERSHOP.enfinity/WFS/MusicStore-MusicStoreShop-Site/en_EN/-/EUR/ViewParametricSearch-SimpleOfferSearch?SearchParameter=%26%40QueryTerm%3D*%26CategoryUUIDLevelX%252Fn2DVqHzp8c4AAAEZAHotK5qL%252F2bfVqHzpbA0AAAEZY6RFop5P%3Dn5LVqHzpPAgAAAEZIKRFop5P%26CategoryUUIDLevelX%252Fn2DVqHzp8c4AAAEZAHotK5qL%3D2bfVqHzpbA0AAAEZY6RFop5P%26CategoryUUIDLevelX%3Dn2DVqHzp8c4AAAEZAHotK5qL%26ProductListPrice_EUR%3D%253C%2B50.00 ) would be nice...Thanks all , and i hope i have some answers =D
#3
The only one i've tried from those is the Digitech Grunge.

It's a nice enough pedal to start with and will definitely sound much better than your amp distortion.
#4
your best bet is just to start saving up for a new amp. a cheap pedal probably won't be much good.
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#5
well that was what i was afraid off...but it will be kind of hard to gather enough money for a new amp..so i will consider that Digitech Grunge...i've seen on youtube demos of Behringer FD300 Feedback and it looks really good..what do you guys think ?
#6
i wouldn't really reccomend either of those pedals though the grunge would probably give a better sound than your amp's distortion
what types of music do you play?
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#7
NO! Save up for a new amp. Period. End of discussion.
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#8
well..i dont like Heavy metal...im more of a rock/punk/commercial tipe...nothing too heavy...i've seen Bad monkey and it seems nice too =D but maybe its better to buy a new amp..Btw...anyone can sugest me new amps not too expensive please...something calibrate with a nice Clean and overdrive sound (dont want to sound perfect) something that its great for its price =)
#9
IMO get:

new amp
then
new guitar
then
start worrying about effects

as for amps what is your budget?
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#10
New amp + bad guitar=doable sound.
bad amp + bad guitar=bad sound
bad amp+ best guitar on earth=bad sound.

See where this is going? Focus on getting an amp, then a guitar, then pedals, then pick ups.
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#11
New Amp
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#14
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