#1
Hey peoples,
I'm wondering if i should get a Epiphone flying V Gothic / Epiphone flying V and later upgrade the pickups or something . Or a Boss ME70 pedal.

I'm currently using a crappy squier fat strat and a fender frontman amp.
I listen to Metallica and Trivium mainly,

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#2
I personally would say new amp, then guitar, then pedal.
And in my opinion, its better to get individual pedals rather than a multi-effect.
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#3
definitely a new amp first cause if your playing metallica and trivium your going to have a hard time getting metal tones and overdrives out of the fender frontman. Then later get a new guitar because if your playing metal, the squier strat isnt helping either
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Quote by Baby Joel
I personally would say new amp, then guitar, then pedal.
And in my opinion, its better to get individual pedals rather than a multi-effect.

+1, but if it's your first effectpedal it can be handy to buy a cheap multiFX first and then buy separate pedals of the effects you like/use the most.
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#5
OOo i forgot to say , i have a Digitech DF-7 distortion pedal ,
I have about 600$ Australian so what would be a good amp?
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#6
The dist is good but you should buy an new amp.. maybye a vox??
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#7
Hm are vox's anygood for metal?
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#8
I think the Satch Pedal is good for metal?
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#9
Quote by Baby Joel
I personally would say new amp, then guitar, then pedal.
And in my opinion, its better to get individual pedals rather than a multi-effect.


+1

all great advice here.
#10
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Hm are vox's anygood for metal?

yes. I own one. great for metal. Hell, mess around with the eq a little bit and it's great for anything.
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Quote by Quaned
Hm are vox's anygood for metal?

If you got, say, a Vox AD15VT-XL, that would have good distortion. If you're going to get a budget Vox, and want distortion, get a VT-XL model.
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#12
Isn't the Vox AD15VT-XL a modelling amp?
What about a Peavy VYPYR 30 anygood?
I was browsing through my local music sites and found this , http://www.musicpark.com.au/gtr%20specials.htm
Is that any good ? Even though its out of my range...
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#13
As others said, buy in this order:
Amp- Consider Vox, Peavey Classic 30, B-52 AT 112
Guitar- We'll get there when we complete the above step
Pedal- You can get a multi-FX, but distortion/crunch-wise, you should probably wait until your get a new amp
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#14
Quote by Quaned
Isn't the Vox AD15VT-XL a modelling amp?
What about a Peavy VYPYR 30 anygood?
I was browsing through my local music sites and found this , http://www.musicpark.com.au/gtr%20specials.htm
Is that any good ? Even though its out of my range...

No, it's crap.
Go for a Vypyr, Valvetronix or Roalnd Cube as your next amp - just try them all out and see wich one you like best.
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No, it's crap.
Go for a Vypyr, Valvetronix or Roalnd Cube as your next amp - just try them all out and see wich one you like best.



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stupid post of the day.


he was talking about the MG smart ass
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