#1
Advice wanted on good metal distortion pedals, however i would like one that doesn't overdo the mid frequensies
#2
Budget?
More specific tonal description?
Amp?
Guitar?
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#3
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#4
Electro Harmonix Metal Muff

If has it's own EQ so you can have the mids how you like.

And it has a separate "top boost" switch - this increases the treble to let solos cut through.

Look up some sound demos on youtube and if you like it - try one out.

Also what amp are you using?
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#5
Keeley MT-2!!
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#6
Budget- max $300

Tone- variable, i just dont wont one that over does the mid frequencies

Guitar- Stratocaster

Amp- ****ty little 10w, however i'll have a 75w tube Randall amp soon
#7
If you're getting a Randall, why not use an OD to push the tubes more?

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#8
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If you're getting a Randall, why not use an OD to push the tubes more?


This/wait til you get it and see if you need a different distortion than the amp has.
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#9
...I wasn't aware of Randall having a 75W tube amp. I think it's a hybrid? Nevertheless, if you're gonna spend 300 dollars on a distortion pedal, ESPECIALLY when you're getting a new amp soon, why the hell didn't you just buy a better amp using that 300?
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#10
Find a used MT-2 and have it either Keeley or Monte Allums modded. Should be less than $130 if you're thrifty and less than $100 if you can do the soldering yourself.
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#13
It's preference, go to a music store that sells them (guitar center, etc) and try out the pedals lol. Whatever you like the most take. And if your budget is $300, get more than one so you can switch it up :P
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...I wasn't aware of Randall having a 75W tube amp. I think it's a hybrid? Nevertheless, if you're gonna spend 300 dollars on a distortion pedal, ESPECIALLY when you're getting a new amp soon, why the hell didn't you just buy a better amp using that 300?

my thoughts exactly