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#1
So next week i will be traving out of town, and where im going has a nice music store, guitar center, that im sure you all love. So if i walk in with 100 dollars, what would be the best guitar accesory i could get.

Note- I have a distortion pedal already
#2
what syle of music do you play? i would get a big muff or a carbon copy delay. and yes i no u have a distortion but a big muff is better than what you have i guarantee it.
#3
don't get a big muff unless you want mediocre fzz. I'd personally get a wah wah or a delay of some sort.
#4
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wah?
delay?
Echo?
Chorus?
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#7
Get an EQ, as it will definitely help to improve your tone, if that's what your after.
If not, then I'd say to get either whammy, wah, or delay.
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#8
Wah, Delay, or some Modulation, like a Chorus
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#9
WAH PEDAL!!!

or some other effects pedal depending on the music you play.
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#12
get either a EQ Pedal or a Phaser Pedal, both are great to have
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#13
How about a nice fresh new pack of strings.
And some other stuff like a pedal or something.
Maybe a wah, like all the other people have suggested.
#14
Hard to suggest something when we don't know what you already own (besides the dist pedal that is).
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#15
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Hard to suggest something when we don't know what you already own (besides the dist pedal that is).

this.

TS, what amp/guitar/other pedals you got?
#16
Cables. Gold ones at that... Some debate the tonal difference, but atleast the gold plated ones are significantly more corrosion resistant. Which, is a plus.
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#17
Well if I was you I would check out and try all the pedals that are in your price range and pick one of those up and maybe a pack of picks.
#20
Quote by danecave13
don't get a big muff unless you want mediocre fzz. I'd personally get a wah wah or a delay of some sort.


Mediocre fuzz?!? Dude the big muff is awesome sounding! IMO anyway, you can't really say its mediocre , i mean it's one of the original and most used fuzzes out there. Tis very fuzzy/
#21
Quote by The Clerk
Mediocre fuzz?!? Dude the big muff is awesome sounding! IMO anyway, you can't really say its mediocre , i mean it's one of the original and most used fuzzes out there. Tis very fuzzy/


Not really. I'd say it sits between overdrive and fuzz. Its very useful though.
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#22
EQ pedal fo sho. Thats one of my most used features on my GT-10 and has helped ALOT
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#23
Need to know what kind of amp you're using. If it's some bare bones amp like a Tiny Terror then something like a reverb pedal would be good. If it's a Spider III then there's no point on spending money on pedals; just save up for a new amp.
#25
Do NOT get a multi-effects pedal. I cannot stress this more.

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#28
get a used bass and a looper.
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#29
Quote by Empty Box
Not really. I'd say it sits between overdrive and fuzz. Its very useful though.

I completely agree. I have a little big muff and love it. Its not overdrive but its not complete fuzz. Its right in the middle.
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#31
buy $100 worth of picks.
Or some intense wah pedal

Anyways, where do all you peoplez live that you don't have a GC nearby??
#33
**** man if u dont know what u wanna get specifically put it in the bank till you know of something that u really WANT so u have that spare 100 to help pay fo rit.
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#34
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buy $100 worth of picks.
Or some intense wah pedal

Anyways, where do all you peoplez live that you don't have a GC nearby??

Wow. $100 worth of picks. If every pick was 25-50 cents, that would be around...
200-400 picks, if I did my math right. Do this.

Jokes aside, you should consider a EQ pedal. It would be a great and useful investment that you (hopefully) won't regret.
#35
Save it for something you know you want/need.
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#37
Sorry i didnt state my rig ore clearly.

1. Peavey Raptor with fresh super slinkies

2. Peavy Rage 158 Tube Amp

3. One boss md-2 distortion and a cheap combo pedal with wah, chorus, and crapy distortion.

4. Cheap cables

So, i dont know whats next. I was considering a mini ap for practicing at the computer, any recommendations? Thanks

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#38
some pot?


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really its a matter of taste, and personal need, like i would tell you to put it away till you can afford a b-52 head, but thats stpid cause you probably might play 90s pop and would be more at home with a new hannah montana poster?

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#39
Quote by Empty Box
Not really. I'd say it sits between overdrive and fuzz. Its very useful though.


Actually your probably right, i just realised i tend to scoop the mids on my amp so that makes it sounds more fuzz like but as soon as they're back to normal amounts it's not quite the same as a fuzz factory for instance. Anyway it's good to have
#40
You could try an eboow Havent tested them myself but they seem like great fun
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