#1
Now, i dunno much bout distortion pedals other that they give more distortion.

but

wat i want to kno is, can u have 2 diffrent distortion pedals running at the same time?

would it give more distortion or would they fight eachother??

(its just a question, i dont really plan on doing it)
Gear
Epi Goth Explorer
Schecter Demon 7
Jackson JS30 Rhodes (modded)
Line 6 POD HD500
Roland Cube 60
Last edited by MetalManForLife at Sep 22, 2009,
#3
Quote by joe_k
it depends on what they are really. you can run 2 and it will sound good and run 2 and it will sound like a big mess.


doesnt realy matter wat kind of distortion pedals they are, just wondering if 2 can b used at the same time
Gear
Epi Goth Explorer
Schecter Demon 7
Jackson JS30 Rhodes (modded)
Line 6 POD HD500
Roland Cube 60
#5
yes they can. it will depend what pedals they are (to sound good)
#6
It can be done, but usually it sounds terrible.

Another thing to take into consideration is the EQ, on the amp, on the guitar, and on the pedals and how it relates.

Like say your amps treble was set to 7 and the bass was set to 3, and the pedals bass was set to 7 and the trble set to 4. That wouldnt sound good, becuase its sort of contradicting itself.

Thats sort of the same concept. you just get weried noise. Certain distortion pedals can be paired though yes.
Treble>Epiphone Prophecy EX - MXR micro Amp - MXR Blue Box - MXR Fullbore - MXR Noise Clamp - Vox AD30VT
Bass>Ibanez BTB505 - MXR Blowtorch - MXR D.I. - Peavey MaxBass 700 - Peavey TVX410
#7
Quote by MetalManForLife
or would they fight eachother??



lol


its better using a od + distortion