#1
So I have an extra hundred dollars from my paycheck, and I was wondering what to get. I either want to get a new practice amp or a pedal. I have a 15w Randall practice amp, but it's not the greatest. I don't have any effects pedals.

So basically I'm asking: Pedal or an amp?

If an amp, what kind?

If I get a pedal, I want a good distortion pedal, for playing metal and stuff like that.
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#3
Save for a good amp!
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#4
Wouldn't a pedal be an upgrade?
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#5
Dude, save it. There's no point getting something to say you've got it just because you got an extra $100. Invest it in an awesome guitar or something.
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#6
Mkay, will do.

Next question then. What's a decent, but not too expensive Schecter?
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#7
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Wouldn't a pedal be an upgrade?

Not really. More of a side-step.

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Mkay, will do.

Next question then. What's a decent, but not too expensive Schecter?

Why Schecter?
#8
I've always wanted a Schecter. I've heard they're good for metal. And... I'm a die-hard Syn fan. xD
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#9
There's more guitars that are good for metal than just Schecter. Don't EVER limit yourself to one brand/make/model/shape. You'll never know what is right for you unless you TRY everything within your price range, which falls under what specs you want.