#1
Well what can you say about this pedal? Worth selling a pod xt live which im using only for distortion cleans and reverb-delay sometimes? I will probably use it with a 15 or 30 watt amp so is it worth it.? Playing in flames- children of bodom also i like tones like canon rock , symphony x , thrashy tones.
#3
perfect for thrash and stuff like that, if u reeli dont use delays and reverbs that much then u dont need that pd and the muff is perfect for the bands you like
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#4
What amp?
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#6
Also what can you say about line 6 uber metal? is it also a digital pedal like pod xt live but with less and higher quality options? cos it says in line 6's site that the line 6 uber metal tones are from vetta II and hd 147 which is a good thing cos i will only need the distortion tones and its much cheaper and same quality in one box. or am i wrong?
#7
I had the Metal Muff a while ago. Kept tweaking it, trying to find out what the big deal was about them. I had it for a week and sold it cause I thought it was a POS. At the time, I was hoping for a sound simular to what you want. Your better off putting that money towards a better amp and not having to use a distortion pedal. Selling an XT would be a dumb move if it was going to be funding towards a Metal Muff.
#8
Well i know pod xt live is good but it is just too much for me i want to have some money left for me for a new guitar when i sell the pod xt live so im looking for the cheapest solution for the best result. Line 6 über metal is attracting me right now.
#9
Are you trying to down size what you have now?
IMO, the best solution would be to sell the XT Live, and whatever else you're thinking of selling, and buying a better amp. With the right amp, you wont need a distortion pedal. I'd strongly consider putting an amp before a guitar. JMO.
#10
Well the only amp i can buy with out spending lots of money would be a roland cube for metal and ive tried them and they are really nice but not what i want. So i cant buy a tube amp cos i live in a apartment also they are expensive so the best solution would be a distortion pedal i think.
#11
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Well the only amp i can buy with out spending lots of money would be a roland cube for metal and ive tried them and they are really nice but not what i want. So i cant buy a tube amp cos i live in a apartment also they are expensive so the best solution would be a distortion pedal i think.



If you buy the MicroCube, or a 30x or above, you might not need it. You'd be better off with an EQ.