#1
I have recently purchased my first two pedals of my 'pedal board'. I have a JCM-800 and are starting to compile a pedalboard so I can have a more versatile sound and tone.

I currently have a Digitech Tonedriver and Digitech Digital Delay.

I want to keep £90 as the most to spend on any pedal. What would you guys reccomend as my next pedal?

Edit: I have a Fender Stratocaster Copy and an Ibanez RG370DX
I want to sound like me, I play 80s styled rock, I like the Tonedriver as it is used as a boost for my solos. If you wanna hear my playing visit my bands page. www.myspace.com/dancelasvegas
Last edited by dancelasvegas at Jul 21, 2009,
#3
I personally would sell the tone driver and put it with the other money and buy a decent overdrive.

Alternatively, my guitarist uses a DOD Yngwie Malmsteen OD with his 800 and it sounds fantastic. You can pick them up fairly cheap on ebay!

[and +1 to wah, i recommend the Vox V847a and the Zakk Wylde]
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#4
What style do you play? And what guitar do you have? I would suggest a wah pedal, but in order to recommend a specific model, I'd have to know the style you play.
#5
wah, whammy, reverb, chorus, eq, unlimited amounts of distortion and overdrive pedals, acoustic simulators? what is your goal with this pedalboard? who are you trying to sound like?
#7
Quote by lorrythebassguy
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Alternatively, my guitarist uses a DOD Yngwie Malmsteen OD with his 800 and it sounds fantastic. You can pick them up fairly cheap on ebay!


+1, probably one the best kept secrets is how good the YJM308 really is
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