#1
I want that scream metal has to it. But I don't want to have to buy two pedals to get it. Anything under $200 would be great... Suggestions?
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#2
Very little information you've given there.

Nearly impossible to help you.
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#5
I tried I Blackstar Dist-X, thought it sucked balls.

The Blackstar HT-Dual, however......
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#6
I'd suggest a Metal Muff by Electro-Harmonix, you should check it out, it's about 100$ I think
#7
I tried one through a Hotrod Deluxe, and then the HT Dual through the same amp, the X seemed fizzy and muddy at the same time. The Dual was better, even for metal, in my opinion.
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#9
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#10
Thanks for the input all. I think I'll write all them down and test them out at the music shop I go to. I've got a Blue Ibanez G10, and I run it through a VOX DA-5 Portable Tube Amp by the way if anyone's got further suggestions based on that.
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#12
get a new amp not a pedal. it's a modelling amp and it wont take pedals well.
with $200 u could get a peavey vypyr 30. it's a modelling amp but it's really good for metal and u wont need pedals.
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#13
Quote by holycow
get a new amp not a pedal. it's a modelling amp and it wont take pedals well.
with $200 u could get a peavey vypyr 30. it's a modelling amp but it's really good for metal and u wont need pedals.

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#14
Save money. Get a tube amp.
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#16
I've heard some pedals through this amp and they don't sound bad at all. Besides, I don't want a huge fourty watt amp right now, I have no need for it. Considering you only need big amps if your'e in a band and you need to be heard over the drums. Anywho, I'm just going to take my equipment in and see what I like best. Thanks for all the advice none the less though.
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#17
I think it is only around 80 dollars, and it sounds very good when I played it though the clean channel of my crate. With a little reverb it sounded very good, not warm sounding like a tube amp though but I like the mid range boost which is something you dont see on most metal pedals. tons of gain, very good when played into the clean channel of a transistor amp.
#18
Quote by Wing00
I've heard some pedals through this amp and they don't sound bad at all. Besides, I don't want a huge fourty watt amp right now, I have no need for it. Considering you only need big amps if your'e in a band and you need to be heard over the drums. Anywho, I'm just going to take my equipment in and see what I like best. Thanks for all the advice none the less though.


then why get a 40W amp? noone said that! haha
Blackstar HT-5 is a great low wattage tube amp, plenty of gain on tap!
there are lots of other ones that are good for the money too, that i cant think of

but i agree with everyone else, an amp is more worth it!
#19
Quote by bwalls2
I think it is only around 80 dollars, and it sounds very good when I played it though the clean channel of my crate. With a little reverb it sounded very good, not warm sounding like a tube amp though but I like the mid range boost which is something you dont see on most metal pedals. tons of gain, very good when played into the clean channel of a transistor amp.


Exacltly what pedal are you refferring to? Please do tell
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