#1
Hi,
im looking to buy a metal distortion pedal, ive heard quite alot about the hardwire series, can someone tell me how it stacks up to similar items on the market at the moment?
thanks
#2
It is one of the best metal pedals. However if metal is your primary genre then it'd make more sense to buy an amp suited to metal playing.
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#3
uhum yeah... i have a randall rh150g3+ head + cab. hate the distortion on it though
#5
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uhum yeah... i have a randall rh150g3+ head + cab. hate the distortion on it though

well use the TL-2 on the clean channel or invest on a new amp
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#6
a new amp is sometime in the future, if i was to get a metal dist the hardwires the way to go?
#8
The TL-2 is a good pedal, a bit muddy for my tastes though.
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#9
Yeah, the loose mode is pretty muddy. The PGS demo isn't very good for it, actually, in person on the tight mode it's pretty nice.
#10
the tl-2 is a great pedal for metal, loose mode is not muddy it just has a bit more low end, but you can eq it to get a cleaner sound...