#1
i have a zoom G1N(digital) and planning to buy an overdrive(analog)pedal.
would it sound good? if my set up is like:
Fulldrive 2 Mosfet(not yet bought)>Zoom G1N>headphones
I mean will it sound OK if not good.
#2
No, it probably won't. Generally on Solid State/Digital technology using any effect such as an overdrive that the amp already has built in, will sound pretty damn terrible.
#5
Quote by AJScott
No, it probably won't. Generally on Solid State/Digital technology using any effect such as an overdrive that the amp already has built in, will sound pretty damn terrible.


Eh, the zoom distortions are pretty terrible the last time I tried them, theres a really awful gating on any of the distorted sounds. In that respect a regular non-digital distortion pedal will be a huuuge improvement...though still not good as actually running through a half decent amp
#6
Quote by Johann_KraUSER_


Well the rhythm tone isn't all that bad, that's true.

But the solo tone is earbleeding to be fair.
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#7
Generally on Solid State/Digital technology using any effect such as an overdrive that the amp already has built in, will sound pretty damn terrible.
#8
Why don't you just get a Zoom G3? The sound quality still isnt great but it's better. And it has a ton of features that make it a blast to screw around with