#1
I have a Roland Micro Cube and I was wondering is there any need for a Distortion Pedal? Like a Boss DS-1 or something?
#2
ds-i's are old, get a boss MD-2 or MT-2 like i have.
Gear

Guitars
Ibanez ART 300
Squier Strat
Godin 12 string Antique cedarburst
Ibanez RGD 320

Amps
Peavey Vypyr Tube 60W
Peavey Solo 15 W
Fender 10 W

Effects
Dunlop GCB - 95 Crybaby wah
Boss DD-7 Digital Delay
Boss MT-2 Distortion
#3
Quote by tryhonesty
ds-i's are old, get a boss MD-2 or MT-2 like i have.



Don't suggest this, because you don't know what he wants to play. That's silly. You're silly. Silly billy.

Well what are you trying to play? Does it get the sound you want?
#4
Quote by minibrowny
Don't suggest this, because you don't know what he wants to play. That's silly. You're silly. Silly billy.

Well what are you trying to play? Does it get the sound you want?

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#5
DS-1 pretty much works for anything, but if you play metal, then a Metal Muff or a ML-2 works.

If you are planning on using both overdrive and distortion, try an OS-2.
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#6
I mostly play hard rock (AC/DC, Airbourne etc) and Surf rock (Yes I made that genre up)


I want a perfect Angus Young tone and I am not quite their with the micro cube.

I play a Gibson SG which helps.
#7
for an ac/dc sound put you amp model on the classic stack
angus ithink only uses a marshall which the classic stack is based off
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#9
Quote by tryhonesty
ds-i's are old, get a boss MD-2 or MT-2 like i have.

I have a Boss MD-2 and it's a great pedal if you play metal or grunge.
#10
I may be wrong since no one has already posted but the MicroCube is a modeling amp so it won't handle pedals very well. Your better off just learning how to EQ it because it can create some pretty sick tones.
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