#1
Well its that time of the year again and i am looking for a distortion pedal.

Tone: Slash + Amon Amarth.
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#3
I am using a vox right now, i am not sure of the model, but i'll be upgrading soon.
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#5
well more bluesy i think...
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#6
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well more bluesy i think...



then i dont think distortion is what you should be looking into, you might wanna try an OD first. good ODs mixed with good sounding amps or even other ODs can get a lot of gain, it will never resemble natural amp distortion, but if you want blues tone then distortion isn't where to begin
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I would recommend the marshal MG100

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#7
Thats why i was looking at boss os 2 it has overdrive with distortion.
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#8
never tried that one but if you are looking at Boss pedals then a Blues Driver would be the better choice, maybe a fulltone OCD. i use OD much more than distortion. as an answer to your original question you could check out a ProCo Rat, it's a very standard distortion that can get a wide variety of sounds, and it can be had for less than $100 new. but definitely do some listening on youtube before deciding on one, and of course getting a chance to go to a shop and play some if thats easy enough is good too
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I would recommend the marshal MG100

Very versatile and quality sound. It should treat you well
#9
Ok thanks mate.
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#10
Metal Muff w/ top boost I always recommend it. I got mine new for $90
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#11
Jekyll and hyde v2 they are on clearence for a hundred dollars comes with a good ts clone and a good distortion.
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#12
He said he's doing bluesy stuff...so definantly not the metal muff.

Os-2 isn't a bad call. Either one of the MXR badass pedals are good (either the OD or the Distortion).
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