#1
Hey,

Which pedal should i use for a tube amp?

And what's the difference in sound?
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#3
You can use both overdrives and distortions with a tube amp. Overdrives have less gain available than distortions, and distortions are (most of the time) less transparent and hide your amp's natural tone more than overdrives do. For example, the traditional Tube Screamer is an overdrive pedal, and the MI Audio Crunch Box is a distortion pedal. What you pick is up to your needs with your rig.
#5
OD
it basacaly increases your aps gain,distortion jus cruds it up
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#6
Would using an OD lightly give the impression of the tubes breaking up while playing at bedroom levels?
Gear List

Guitars
PRS SE Tremonti
Ltd Mh-100qmnt
Peavey Rotor ex
Crafter Acoustic

Amps
Bugera 333
Bugera 412h

Effects
Marshall Shredmaster
Line 6 MM4
Line 6 DL4
Ibanez Weeping Demon
Dan Electro Fish'n'chips
Ibanez LU-10
#7
Yep. That's what they do. More gain, less volume.
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#8
read the descriptions of both overdrive and distortion in the announcement and stickies. you can use both on a tube amp. anyone who says you shouldnt use a distortion pedal on a tube amp is an idiot.