#1
I like my amp....even thought its very small, I like how it sounds but is there a way I can get more distortion out of it? I was looking at Boss pedals...do you think they have something for me that will give me heavy distortion for some real heavy-death metal? Which Boss pedal should I get for this? If you have other suggestion, pelase share them with me.
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#2
Distortion + modeling amp = usually crap.

i suggest new amp, like a Vypyr 30.
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#3
see the thing is that i dont want a new amp...ifi cant get the extra distortion out of this amp i'll live with what i have till i can really afford an amp that I want...not gonna blow money on another amp "for the meantime".
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Are you SURE you want more gain?
A common thing I find with people who aren't too acute of hearing is that they assume that more gain is good, which quite often is the complete opposite. Cubes have a LOT of gain. Even the microcube.

Also: A pedal would be a bad idea.
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Well, if you want more gain and Boss... definitely the ML-2. But get a bigger amp first.

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alright thanks. i cant return it because I've had the thing for almost a year
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If you want a Boss pedal that's great for heavy metal, get the metal-zone. That's what I have, and I've loved it since the first chord I played through it
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#13
The problem isn't a lack of gain, it's that the Microcube just sounds tinny. You're just not going to get a mega beefy death metal tone out of an amp with a speaker smaller than a gnat's arse.
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Are you SURE you want more gain?
A common thing I find with people who aren't too acute of hearing is that they assume that more gain is good, which quite often is the complete opposite. Cubes have a LOT of gain. Even the microcube.

Also: A pedal would be a bad idea.


+ 9001, nothing annoys me more than when i see dumbasses plugging into decent amps with a lot of gain like a 5150 or mesa or whatever, and then they simply ruin the sound by turning the preamp gain all the way up, and they get a loose, fizzy, noisy, POS tone out of great equipment.

EDIT: just keep on saving until you can get an amp that can give you the huge metal sound your looking for. dont slow down your investments with pedals that ultimately dont sound that good
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