#1


any good for some nice rock and maybe blues tones? and metal with a boost from my OD?

tones like GNR, SRV, motorhead, airbourne, AC/DC and the like.

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#2
Looks like a Chinese POS to me, but I've never used or even heard of one so it's probably not worth having anyway.
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#5
Quick google shows they are china made. Just copies of existing pedals. Quality unknown certainly arent what you would call expensive. The harmony central reviews both say customer support is pretty much nonexistant. Which can be important if it ever had a problem like many chinese made products do. Have a look at something like a BYOC kit.
#6
never tried the distortion...but their flanger is pretty cool. I paid $40 for mine and I like it.
#8
well thats true of most pedals with 'metal' in the name eh?

like Death metal and Metal zone.

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Epiphone Futura Custom Prophecy (Twin EMG)
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Danelectro Cool Cat Drive
Boss EQ


#9
I didn't think it sound that bad...most of the video demos on youtube that use the camera's microphone aren't accurate representations of whats coming out of the amplifier anyway
#10
i haven't tried the distortion, but i've got the overdrive, fuzz and phaser. They actually sound very nice (especially the od), but the reliability is questionable. out of those 3, the fuzz died on me, and the phaser was a bit dodgy, but seems to have fixed itself somehow. The people i bought them off, advantage guitar (on ebay) replaced the fuzz no bother, though, so it really depends on whether you're willing to take a risk, and whether you'll be using it for gigging (personally i wouldn't want to trust it for gigs).

EDIT: tonerider might be worth considering, as far as i'm aware the reliability is a bit better (though I've only got one of their pedals, so i can't really personally comment too much, as if i'd only bought the biyang od I'd have thought their reliability was fine too), and they're not that much more money.
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well thats true of most pedals with 'metal' in the name eh?

like Death metal and Metal zone.


Yeah I guess so...

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