#1
im looking for a distortion pedal thatll get me a sound like whats in happy by mudvayne. im not much of a pedal expert so im not completely sure where to start looking at


EDIT: im probably gonna end up spending the money for a mesa dual rec roadster soon so it would be run through that
Last edited by Spuds27 at Oct 22, 2009,
#2
skip the pedal, use the roadster's red channel. you won't need a pedal with the roadster to get that kind of tone, at least, if it sounds like the other mesas I've tried.
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#3
Quote by Spuds27
im looking for a distortion pedal thatll get me a sound like whats in happy by mudvayne. im not much of a pedal expert so im not completely sure where to start looking at


EDIT: im probably gonna end up spending the money for a mesa dual rec roadster soon so it would be run through that

Try the Mesa First.
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#4
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Try the Mesa First.


Agreed. If you still need a boost, an OD or EQ would be better anyway. So the distortion pedal might be a waste of money.
#5
+1 to both

Don't worry about pedals until you've got the amp. Mudvayne use VHT amps, I'm sure you can find a similar sound through your Mesa when it comes.

#6
awesome, thanks. thats one less thing to worry about looking for