#1
Hi guys,

Im just wondering, i've had to sell my valveking half stack as i've got to go to Uni in september and was thinking of buying a ME-70 to run through my Marshall 15CDR so i still have reasonable tone quality and lots of effects to play with as i am going to start a numetal band, so effects are desired!

If i am using this pedal through the clean setting on the Marshall will it sound bad? or will it sound good? and what is the general oppinion of the ME-70.

Thanks alot!
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#3
Posted there and no one replied :<
Dean Vendetta 4.0 "Tiger Eye"
Peavey Valveking Half-Stack VK100+4x12"
#4
its not bad but your never going to get a great tone from that amp
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Hi guys,

Im just wondering, i've had to sell my valveking half stack as i've got to go to Uni in september and was thinking of buying a ME-70 to run through my Marshall 15CDR so i still have reasonable tone quality and lots of effects to play with as i am going to start a numetal band, so effects are desired!

If i am using this pedal through the clean setting on the Marshall will it sound bad? or will it sound good? and what is the general oppinion of the ME-70.

Thanks alot!


Running anything into a 15w MG is going to sound like ****...you're points moot...
The amp will sound awful reguardless
My advice - Headphones...and you can use your mg as a nice paperweight!
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#6
Try out the peavey vypyr if you can get the money together for one. Plenty loud enough over drums and loads of effects. 30 watts btw.
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#7
Get something like a GT series or Pod, run it thought a PA or keyboard amp and voila, bob's your uncle.


If not, the peavy vypyr (with the sanpera footswitch or w/e it's called) should work just fine.
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#9
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDgTOTijZLk&feature=channel_page

That's an ME50 into a Marshal MG30.

Anyways, I mean, you could get say a Vox VT50 or something if you need to practise in a band (on the back, I think it has a wattage selector, but I'm not entirely sure, try look it up). If you play metal, or numetal, it has a 'numetal' setting on it which sounds quite nice. I think they sound a hell of a lot better than Peavey Vypyrs.

Or if you have even just a wee bit more money, I suppose you could get like a Line 6 Flextone, which'll give you tons of sounds and effects, and still sound amazing.
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#10
Ay mate, I'm using an ME-70, and I think you should go for something like a POD. The effects are kinda weak.
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