#1
Yes as the title says, how are they? Are they any good? They sound rather appealing.
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#2
Eh.

For the price, awesome and they are pretty versatile. But... you can do better

EDIT: by the way, your guitars are sweet. But quit buying pedals and save for a bitchin' amp!
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Last edited by larrytheguitar at Aug 6, 2009,
#4
Try one out. See for yourself.

Quote by larrytheguitar
Eh.

For the price, awesome and they are pretty versatile. But... you can do better


Yeah, quite alot better.
#5
Quote by larrytheguitar
Eh.


EDIT: by the way, your guitars are sweet. But quit buying pedals and save for a bitchin' amp!


Thanks and yeah, I need roughly £50 more for a valveking as I'm sick of borrowing peoples gear for gigs as a couple of times I had to pay the guy to use his amp :/
So yeah I'll do that
I was looking att he muff as a good distortion for the valveking.
Guitars
Ibanez S470B
Iabez MTM2 w/ Seymoar Duncan Blackouts
Epiphone SG

Amps
Roland Micro Cube

Pedals
Boss MT-2
MXR Carbon Copy Delay
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Last edited by Crizzle at Aug 6, 2009,
#7
Quote by CrimsonBizzare
Get the valveking first, and if you get a muff, get rid of the grunge and the mt-2.

This.

I would rather just boost the VK's OD channel with a TS9 than use a Metal Muff, and TS9's aren't even all that great.
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GODDAMMIT I need a G Decimator...
#8
from what i gather all three versions sound different.

i owed the original one (the one with the most controls) and just could not dial in a sound i like.

the HardWire TL-2 has a mid freq sweep knob and a Loose/Tight switch. these two extra features make the difference in getting a huge variety of sounds.
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#10
No. New amp. And just FFS, what WOULD be your budget for a new amp, what styles do you play, you already said you are gigging so that is outta the way, and I assume you are located in the UK? Oh and are you willing to go used?
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#11
I have one and I liked it while I used it. But getting a high gain amp rendered it an obsolete piece of equipment in my rig.

Better than the mt2. Never tried the digitech hardwire so I can't comment on that.

It has a booming low end, but I found that whenever I used the pedal in a band setting, it didn't quite cut through the mix as I would have hoped.