#1
I was thinking about getting a noise gate to help get some bearable high gain tones out of my Peavey classic30 + tubescreamer setup, but I've been thinking if a distortion pedal would be better...and cheaper

I'm currently looking at a Vox Satchurator, a Metal Muff, Jekyll and Hyde, and a boss metal core.

I don't need super uber high gain, but relatively high gain.
Gear:
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Line6 UX2
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#3
if you have $220ish go buy a twin tube mayhem its better than all of em but i never tried a jekyll and hyde so i dont know about em. out of your choices i would suggest the satchurator or the muff or maybe a hardwire metal distortion
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#5
what kind of high gain tones are you lookin for? thrashier stuff?
periphery/bulb!

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#7
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what kind of high gain tones are you lookin for? thrashier stuff?


no, I'm looking for more of a modern, tight, post-hardcorish sound
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#8
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if you have $220ish go buy a twin tube mayhem its better than all of em but i never tried a jekyll and hyde so i dont know about em. out of your choices i would suggest the satchurator or the muff or maybe a hardwire metal distortion


I've been looking at the twin tube mayhem but, its just too much $$$, maybe if I can find a used one.
Gear:
Fender Highway One HSS Strat
Art & Lutherie Cedar Acoustic
Line6 UX2
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#9
Normally I recommend Metal Muff for older stuff, Metal Core for newer stuff.

If you're looking for a tight, modern, post-hardcore sound, I heavily recommend the BOSS Metal Core.
#10
Quote by slickerthnsleek
Normally I recommend Metal Muff for older stuff, Metal Core for newer stuff.

If you're looking for a tight, modern, post-hardcore sound, I heavily recommend the BOSS Metal Core.


or the new hardwire metal distortion pedal i played it and its great
and BTW i have the muff and i can get a modern metal sound out of it
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#11
Oh, I never said you can't get a modern metal sound out of a Metal Muff... you can, and it's still really good. I'm just saying that, in my experience, the Metal Core does modern BETTER than the Metal Muff, even though they're both perfectly alright, and vice versa.
#13
my budget is $100 - 120 CAD max
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Fender Highway One HSS Strat
Art & Lutherie Cedar Acoustic
Line6 UX2
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