#1
hey guys, just need some advice, im a massive machine head fan and is trying to nail their tone, there first album they used a 5150 on the crunch channel with a sd-1 by boss, for through the ashes they used the same thing but with a ts-9 and for my favourite, the blackening they used a wylde overdrive, any ideas on which one i should invest in?
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#2
None of those are that great for the price. Look into a Maxon OD-9 or MXR GT-OD.
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#3
Theres no way you'll get close to their tone with a bandit and its pointless buying an overdrive pedal for it. I'd save up for a 6505/5150 112 combo or a bugera 6260/6262 combo if I were you

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#4
I didn't mean to sound so harsh, just try and eq your amp as close as you can to their tone and save up

Epiphone Wilshire
Orange Rocker 30
Harley Benton 212 (w/Greenbacks)
Ernie Ball Vp jr
Swollen Pickle fuzz
Maxon OD808
Danelectro Vibe
Line 6 Tap Tremolo
Line 6 Verbzilla
EH Memory Man Hazarai
Boss RC20XL


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