#1
I'm planning on modding my BOSS Metal Zone MT-2.

Got reccomendations on the best mod for this pedal. I've seen the Robertkeeley Twilight Zone Mod, does anyone have experience with this? Is it even worth the money to mod the pedal or should i look for somethign totally different?
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#2
The keeley modded MT-2 is a sweet pedal. I got one on a trade a few months ago and I liked it, but Metal wasn't my thing so I sold it. The petal had a really good sound too it. Definately a lot better than the stock MT-2.
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#5
Throw it away.

That is the best thing to do with that pedal IMO
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Throw it away.

That is the best thing to do with that pedal IMO


IYO what is a good pedal to get then? This isnt very helpful unless you have some kind of useful input other than to burn my inferior equipment...
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#8
i would rather get one of those nano metal muffs, so much worth it over the MT-2 if you want something more grainy and agressive.

honestly that little 50$ pedal brings shame to the MT-2.

but if you can definately mod it, ive heard nothing but good things on keeley modded stuff.
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#9
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IYO what is a good pedal to get then? This isnt very helpful unless you have some kind of useful input other than to burn my inferior equipment...


Electro Harmonix Metal Muff
Digitech Hardwire Metal Distortion

Those are good and both under 100 bucks
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#10
If you're modding it to play metal better, the Keely mod is great. Do it yourself if you can find schematics.

Then again, my favorite mod for the MT-2 is some circuit bending... makes a great short-decay fuzz.

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#11
I mod mine myself with only cable soldering as experience when i first start it. I started with monte allums' Tri-gain sustaniac mod. Definitely changes the pedal alot. Then, i mod it further based on info i found on forums (diystompbox.com & bossarea.com).

Now, i looove my metal zone! Fat and aggressive! No spiky mids and nasal sounding. Totally sound different! if u're interested in tweaking (and kinda cheap), DIY! if ur lazy, send it to someone to mod it!
#12
You can always mod it yourself to save money and tweak it to your own liking.
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#13
i bought a modded mt-2 off ebay with a marsha/boogie mod and this thing is insane waaaayy better then any other mt-2 ive heard
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