#1
is it possible to use two overdrive pedals to get more dist? btw the overdrives i have right now is the MXR ZAKK WYLDE OVERDRIVE and IBANEZ TS9 into a Peavey 6505+ 112 combo
#2
How the hell can you need MORE distortion than you'll get from a 6505 and one overdrive pedal?
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#3
You're just gonna sound like shit with that much distortion... Sell the MXR pedal, and keep the TS9. Dial in a good heavy metal sound on your amp, and when you need yourself a boost, you use the TS9, along with the amplifiers sound. You Never need that ridiculous amount of distortion, trust me.
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How the hell can you need MORE distortion than you'll get from a 6505 and one overdrive pedal?

this.

you sure it's more distortion you need? what wrong with the sound you're getting now?
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#5
I have always found an amp such as yours will always provide more than enough distortion, even for metal. I have also found you can't get distortion from a pedal that comes close to one that comes from an amp.
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