#2
Just wait till you get it, play it for awhile then you can decide what you need
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#3
What until you know for sure what you really want, then you'll make the right choice.
#5
Decimator.
LTD JD 600
Fender Celtic Esquire
Ibanez RGA7
Schecter S-1 Elite
Line 6 FM4
KORG Pitchblack
Digitech Whammy
Dunlop Wah
Ibanez TS-9
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Marshall 1960b Cab
Line 6 POD X3 Live
#6
ESSENTIAL, none.

If you have a good amp with good enough distortion, clean, and drive, you dont really need any.

Effects ill use when i get my New amp is probably just a delay and noise gate/EQ, POSSIBLY a wah [dont really use one enough, though]
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#8
you dont really NEED any pedals, if you have a good enough amp. With that said, some pedals can improve your playing tone.
I'd say in order of importance (for me):
Overdrive
Noise gate
Delay
Chorus (for me anyways. I use cleans a bit, and I like to chorus it. Some leads need chorus too)
Wah
Phaser
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Jackson RR5 ivory w/ EMG 81/85
Jackson DX6 w/ SD Distortion & Dimarzio Super Distortion
Fender Starcaster Sunburst
Mesa/Boogie DC-3
Johnson JT50 Mirage
Ibanez TS-9
Morley Bad Horsie 2
Boss CE-5

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Boss DD-6
Korg Pitchblack
#9
A noise gate because high gain amps are usually noisy, and possibly an EQ Pedal if you want to tweak your tone.

That's all the pedals you really NEED IMO.
#10
Radial Bone OD/Disto. pedals....they kick ass, i just recently bought the Radial Texas Bone and the tone you get on it is great, theres about 4 or 5 different ones like some British bone and a Hollywood bone thing......id say look into them!!
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#11
I hear the lows on that amp can be a bit flabby you aren't careful. An eq and overdrive would probably tighten up the sound. As far other stuff, it's up to you.