#1
everyone

i was just wondering, is the electro-harmnix metal muff still the most populer metal distortion pedal round here or does everyone have a new favourite? looking into getting one.


also, does a wah pedal change your amps tone at all at all?


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#3
Quote by jkielq91
everyone

i was just wondering, is the digitec metal muff still the most populer metal distortion pedal round here or does everyone have a new favourite? looking into getting one.


also, does a wah pedal change your amps tone at all at all?


Digitech Metal Muff? You mean EHX Metal Muff?

Of course a wah pedal changes your amp's tone!

Also, I hope you're not looking for a dirt pedal for the Cube!
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#4
Quote by HellBoy9393
Digitech Metal Muff? You mean EHX Metal Muff?

Of course a wah pedal changes your amp's tone!

Also, I hope you're not looking for a dirt pedal for the Cube!



yeah its for the cube, getting a bit bored of the sounds.
#5
Quote by jkielq91
yeah its for the cube, getting a bit bored of the sounds.


Then try a different amp. Any sort of dirt pedal sounds bad through the Cube, I've tried. Your choice, though.
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#6
Quote by HellBoy9393
Then try a different amp. Any sort of dirt pedal sounds bad through the Cube, I've tried. Your choice, though.


can i have a few more opinions on this please. im not dissing your opinion or anything, just seeing what others say, get some more info.
#7
I have a Guyatone Metal Monster, it's a tube pedal and it sounds great, it's often been compared to the Metal Muff. It's a bit more expensive though.
#8
modeling usually does not play well with pedals
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#9
ragingkitty = correct

If you really want better tone, then an amp is the first thing you should replace. No pedal will reach it's full potential on a low end modelling amp.
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#12
I haven't tried my Dirty Bomb with my Microcube. I imagine the Clean settings should take it okay, I never had any trouble with pedals on it. The Dirty Bomb was awful with my AD30VT though unless I had the gain way way down.
#13
Wampler Triple Wreck, Dual Resisitfier and the Digitech HardWire TL-2 all come to mind.