#1
Which would be better for modern thrash metal style?
Right now I am use a G1X Processer, but that is very limited as far as tone flexibility.

Should I get the Scott Ian-Black13?
or the Boss MetalCore pedal?
I usualy run through two amps..
a Kruger Backline112
and.. a Peavy Windsor HalfStack

help please?
#4
eh... those screeching distortion pedals going through those amps... I don't even want to think about it. I'd get neither one of them if I had to though. I'd get the digitech valve distortion hardwire pedal.
#5
so wait..you play thrash but you bought a windsor...? theres your problem right there...
get the scott ian. i actually like some of some of the tones.
#6
the amps I have aren't very good..I know this..
I'm only fourteen years old haha
and my parents refuse to buy me amps over $300 because they im wasting my time..:P
but Im saving up bigtime for some better equipment.

I got the windsor for $150 from a friend and I got the backline bass amp for my christmas but Im thinking about getting a Crate halfstack, a distortion pedal , and a wah.

so yes..full statement :P
#7
Save for a real amp if that's your plan.
I don't give a shit if you listen to me or not
#10
Quote by holycow


+1000.

The metal muff is probably a great choice but the new digitech stuff is supposedly quite good.

For the love of god, no matter what you're told...

DO NOT BUY A ****ING BOSS METAL ZONE/CORE/PIECE OF ****
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* Epiphone Les Paul Custom
* Schecter Jeff Loomis Signature 7 String
* Fender Squier P Bass
* Blackstar Stage HT-60
* Original Crybaby
* EHX Small Clone
* Boss DD-3