#1
Would a Boss DS-1 be a good pedal to use with a Vyper 15w. Or would there be no point for using a pedal with a Vyper. I don't know a whole lot about pedals.

Thanks.
#2
Why do you need pedals when you have a vypyr? They have all the effects you need built in.....do they not.
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#3
I think it would sound pretty good. Just be sure to keep the tone down on the Boss DS-1 because it gets really fizzy.

Besides, it's only about £40 so it's not the end of the world if you don't like it.
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#4
Shadow's Law 4= Don't use distortion pedals with a f0cking modeler.
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#5
Getting the Peavey footswitch would be a good option... though I can understand if you want to start buying pedals and eventually a new amp. Who knows?
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#6
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Getting the Peavey footswitch would be a good option... though I can understand if you want to start buying pedals and eventually a new amp. Who knows?

Agreed if you wanted to start with your pedal collection, but if i where you i would just buy the Sanpera footswitch that is about $70 for the little one and $180 for the bigger one? Forgive me if i'm wrong.
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#7
with the 15 watt you cant use the sanpera footswitch
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