#1
I want to buy an MM but i don't know which one...
MM micro sounds same as MM w/ top boost?
It's more advantageous Micro or the one w/top boost
Thanks
#2
Why do you want to buy one and what's your current amp?
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#3
What do you plan on using them for? The metal muff with top boost is passable at best as a metal fuzz but its terribad as a metat distortion. I havent tried the micro but chances are you want a better amp, budget? current gear? bands you want to sound like? willing to go used?
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#4
The top boost I think is mainly used for when there are two guitarists and you want to stick out above the other - plus you can use it to sound a bit...sludgier, if you want

So I guess it depends if there is another guitar player you are going to ever compete with for volume and if you want that extra little sound option...
#5
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What do you plan on using them for? The metal muff with top boost is passable at best as a metal fuzz but its terribad as a metat distortion. I havent tried the micro but chances are you want a better amp, budget? current gear? bands you want to sound like? willing to go used?



I have an Epiphone SG Special with dimarzio super distortion pickups ....And a Peavey Envoy 110 ....I like the old school sound...like 80 ( metallica , slayer ) .
Do you recommend me another distortion pedal ?
#6
Or a better amp...
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Highway One Telecaster
Dean Evo
Mesa F-50
Laney GH50L
Vox AC30 C2
Ampeg V2
pedals