#1
I have a orange TT going through a line 6 spider as a cab for the time being and Im building my own cab so thats mah rig. I dont have a good craigslist or any decent guitar shops that wont take all your money, so Im stuck to ordering online or ebay.

I play anything from metal to blues/jazz to rock to prog to clean-ish stuff to punk. I play it all equally, probably less hardcore metal than anything else, more thrash.

(I'm posting all the links to musicians friend, Im probably not buying there though)

For the cab is this a good speaker? Its going to be 1x12 and just want an overall good speaker. Pick one or recommend one:
http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Celestion-G12M25-Greenback-12-Speaker?sku=660250
http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Celestion-Vintage-30-Speaker?sku=660230
http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Eminence-Red-Coat-The-Governor-12-Guitar-Speaker?sku=660044

I need a tuner pedal as well, pick or recommend one:
(why are the fenders so cheap compared to the rest? I cant see it in person before I buy it so is it just not as solid or what?) http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-PT100-Pedal-Tuner?sku=215012
http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Boss-TU2-Chromatic-Stompbox-Tuner?sku=213012
http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Korg-Pitch-Black-Pedal-Tuner?sku=210087

I might get an EQ as well due to limited onboard amp EQing: Recommend one because I have no experience with these.
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/MXR-M109-6Band-Graphic-EQ?sku=151103 <--On sale supposedly
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Danelectro-DJ14-Fish-and-Chips-7Band-EQ-Pedal?sku=151873 <--reliable enough, looked fragile when I saw one

Thanks in advance, I dont want to go and spend a whole bunch of cash, Ive already spent $600 on guitar/amp/strap, so keep it within the price range of the pedals Ive semi-picked out.
#2
for the tuner, go for the boss. you'll never need to by another tuner in your entire life.
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#4
Korg pitchblack, vintage 30's, go on ebay and look for a 10band eq from mxr. If you can't find it stick with the five band.
Pain is an illusion.
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#5
pitchblack, vintage 30, mxr.
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#6
Quote by sesstreets
Korg pitchblack, vintage 30's, go on ebay and look for a 10band eq from mxr. If you can't find it stick with the five band.


What he said.
#7
Quote by SGPlayer08
I'll give a little input...

For the tuner, go for the Korg Pitchblack. Not only it's cheaper than the Boss TU-2, the Pitchblack is more accurate and it's the closest thing you're going to get for true bypass in a tuner pedal.

This is true. The TU-2 is only accurate to 3 cents, while the Pitchblack is accurate all the way to 1 cent.
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#8
Quote by sesstreets
Korg pitchblack, vintage 30's, go on ebay and look for a 10band eq from mxr. If you can't find it stick with the five band.


Quoted for truth.
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#9
lol <3 you guys.
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#10
I've been told that the Fender, although it looks cheap, it's not reliable and it dies easily. But, there could be others who love it and it doesn't die. So, I guess it's not reliable.
#11
the boss tuner muddy's your tone up. i havent used the black pitch but seems to be a fan fav, try it out with your rig and see what you like best.
#12
Quote by vash_08
for the tuner, go for the boss. you'll never need to by another tuner in your entire life.


Except for when you upgrade to the Korg Pitchblack. Easier to read IMO, and TRUE BYPASS!!!