#1
Hey, if I run a distortion pedal through my Deluxe Reverb with a humbucker guitar, will it sound bad for metal. At the moment, it's for bedroom practice/jams with a friend, so I don't need a 6505 or Rectifier yet.
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#2
If you dont go really crazy with the gain you'll be fine. Also, is it a stacked HB?
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#3
No, it'd be a normal one.
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#4
It would sound good, DRRI's take pedals quite well.

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#5
Then just don't go over board on the gain cause that would give you alot of feed back and possibly buzz like a bitch.
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#6
Wait, stacked HB's take gain well. And IF I do still play metal by then, it'll be All That Remains and Killswitch Engage, who use amp overdrive and not distortion pedals.
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#7
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Wait, stacked HB's take gain well. And IF I do still play metal by then, it'll be All That Remains and Killswitch Engage, who use amp overdrive and not distortion pedals.

Yea, and stacked HBs dont buzz through high gain as bad as a regular HB
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#8
Do you think the tones I said would be that buzzy with normal 'buckers? I could get them potted.
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#9
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Do you think the tones I said would be that buzzy with normal 'buckers? I could get them potted.

That would work too but you don't have to as long as you don't mix high gain with high volume. As volume increases, decrease the gain or it will feed back like a mofo.
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#10
for metal try a EH metal muff or a boss mt-2 or basically any quality pedal with metal in the name really. or you could try an overdrive to get more gain if you like the amps distortion but just want more.
#11
MichaelofCanton, I'll probably buy a Metal Muff. The amp is usually run at 3, Mad Mike, that would that feedback?
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