#1
I play a lotta genres, mostly playing metal, classic and punk. And I'm looking for a distortion pedal that suits all the genres i play. And yea, It has to be stage-worthy

Is there any dist. pedal out there that can fit my demand?

And is the Digitech DF-7 a good pedal to get?

And the budget is something like 20,000 rupees (200 US Dollars) or less
#2
i liked the df-7, it always sounded a bit muffled to me but that was cuz i'd keep the treble down cuz if it's too high you get a bit of buzz
#3
Are you from India?

probably
Just call me Julius, J, etc.
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Last edited by nowa90 at Jan 11, 2009,
#4
btw... me hoping to go to a shop and check out the pedals next week. So please guys nd gals, gimme your opinions ASAP

Thanx
#5
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btw... I'm hoping to go to a shop and check out the pedals next week. So please guys nd gals, gimme your opinions ASAP

Thanx

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#6
id say one of the marshall FX. i mostly reccommend the Jackhammer JH-1. its got overdrive and distortion, that you can fiddle with from light overdrive to heavy metal ditortion.

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#7
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you must be a big fan of zelda,like wtf is a rupee in the real world?


Are you from tajakstan?


rupees are indian currency u big tit and a boob
you are what you is
#8
I have a Boston distortion pedal that goes with everything. It's like a ripoff of boss.


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you must be a big fan of zelda,like wtf is a rupee in the real world?


Are you from tajakstan?

**** you, Canada sucks.
#9
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you must be a big fan of zelda,like wtf is a rupee in the real world?


Are you from tajakstan?


cos everyone doesnt think nova scotia sounds like a danish cheese
dont be ignorant

anyway, try out a blackstar distortion if they have them in india, the most versatile pedal i own, plays punk, most metal
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#10
Quote by nowa90
you must be a big fan of zelda,like wtf is a rupee in the real world?


Are you from tajakstan?


lulz relax

Rupee is the indian currency. And i havnt played zelda yet :P
#11
Get the df-7 very good pedal although it gets muffled with the later models but it is a very good pedal!

UG Mods really have no sense of humour.....

#12
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i liked the df-7, it always sounded a bit muffled to me but that was cuz i'd keep the treble down cuz if it's too high you get a bit of buzz


oh ok... but over-all, do u think its a good buy?
#13
df-7 ftw, my friends got one, and he gets the most diverse sounds i would recommend getting it, but then save for a noise supressor (only like AUD$150) cos there is quite a bit of fuzz


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#14
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lulz relax

Rupee is the indian currency. And i havnt played zelda yet :P



you haven't played zelda yet!! what kind of person are you
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#15
I've not yet used, but I've heard good about/seen a good demonstration of the Seymour Duncan twin tube mayhem, which is kinda like a preamp, has EQ and disortion/overdrive, might be a little expensive though.
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#16
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And the budget is something like 20,000 rupees (200 US Dollars) or less


Finally a sri lankan here. Good to see ya buddy.
#18
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rupees are indian currency u big tit and a boob


And Sri Lankan currency too.
#19
Thats pretty wide margin. You said metal, punk and classic rock? Hmm it depends on your amp also but if theres one that could do you good for a lot of different stuff the first that popped into mind is the MXR Distortion III
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#22
I just got a seymour duncan power grid from the classified forums, absolutely amazing! Does everything you could want it to. Check out the youtube videos and test it out for yourself
#23
hey guys thanks for all your help!

But I ended up getting a digitech RP100 as a REALLY late x'mas gift

And it pretty much suits all my demands (and more, since it's a multi-effects).