#1
Like the title says, which one is better? Alotta people say the Bad Monkey is amazing for the price, I was looking for a little more gritty OD than just a tube-screamer, So I looked at the Screamin Blues, a good ammount of grit, almost a distortion, sounds nice though! Then the hardwire OD for a couple extra bucks, With True Bypass, an extra switch, and seemingly higher gain than the other ones, it seems good.

So should I fork up the extra cash or keep my money and get a Screamin Blues Or Bad Monkey?


Note: All these pedals are from Digitech, If you didn't know...
#2
Get the SC-2 by digitech you won't be dissapointed much better than the other 2 amazing pedal
#3
If you want grit, get the Hardwire. The Bad Monkey excels as a boost, but you probably won't like it if you add gain with the Bad Monkey... although I will say it turns into a pretty raunchy fuzz if you crank the bass.
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#4
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If you want grit, get the Hardwire. The Bad Monkey excels as a boost, but you probably won't like it if you add gain with the Bad Monkey... although I will say it turns into a pretty raunchy fuzz if you crank the bass.


O_O I need to go try that now.
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#5
Well, a nice Boost to Queen like OD and low distortion is good, anything beyond sounding good is great too.

I've heard that a Satchurator is good too, and If the Ice 9 Comes out soon, I'm in luck!
#6
Satchurator sucks, unless you wanna play Satch leads, no rhythm, and treble centered stuff.
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