#1
Hey guys, I'm in the market for pedal. Nothing specific, that's why I've come here, to ask for suggestions. I'm open to anything, as I'm going to be testing anything I consider buying. I'm running a Fender Tele and an Epi LP100, into a Peavey Bandit, and I'm just after something to bring my tone to a new level, and add something to my playing. So, suggestions?

EDIT: Should have specified what I play. I tend to play a bit of everything, but if I had to nail down something, I play hard rock and metal.
Last edited by telemetal at Oct 14, 2009,
#2
Well, noise suppressors and equalizers are always good ways to really refine your tone.
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#3
I've been considering both of those. I've heard good things about the MXR-10 band, but I haven't heard much about Noise Suppressors in general.
#4
A Line 6 FM4 can always make things interesting
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#5
why dont you get a multi fx but not a big one just one with most effects like a digitech rp250 or whateva they called if you dont want anythink specific
#6
10 Band is pretty good but it is quite expensive. Dano Fish n Chips / Boss GE-7 are also pretty good EQ's. How about a chorus or a delay? Something to fatten up your tone and then can be used to pretty cool effect otherwise (if that made sense, can't decide if it does..)
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#7
can u name some bands?
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#8
I've got a multiFX already, a Zoom g2.1u, and to be honest, it was good, but its sorta turned me off multiFX.

EDIT: bands such as Breaking Benjamin, In Flames, KsE, Metallica, Megadeth, Nickelback, Maiden, All That Remains, Trivium, Slipknot, Amon Amarth. Pretty big range there.

Also, I played with a delay today, the DD-3 i think, and a Carbon Copy, and they were brilliant on the clean channel, but when distorted, it just sounded like a mess, even just a single note.
Last edited by telemetal at Oct 14, 2009,
#10
i dunno about a whammy, it'd be fun sure, and good if i wanted to play some RATM, but i dunno if there's much else i'd use it for.
#12
for distortion pedal get

digitech hardwire metal distortion
or
blackstar ht-distX
Guitars
Fender American Standard Strat 2008
Burny late 1980's Super Grade RLG-70 Les Paul
Sterling by Musicman JP50
Fender Classic Series 60's tele
Yamaha FS720S
Amp
Roland Microcube
Fender Blues Junior III Humholdt
#13
Look at the Hardwire effects pedals...I own their Chorus and Delay.

Delay is a lot of fun. If you don't have any Delay yet, definitely get a Delay Pedal.

Wahs are always great too =D
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#14
I'll try and find Hardwire stuff, but I dunno if they can be found down here in Australia.
#15
Well if you dont really need anything, I would say look into a speaker replacement on that bandit. Those stock Sheffield 1230 (?) suck.
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#16
Yeah, its a 1230, but I'm not too game for a speaker swap, seeing as I've got no clue how to do it, and I'd rather not fork over cash to get a tech to do it.