#1
I'm thinking to buy a distortion Pedal to get the sound for playing British rock band such as oasis, beady eye, etc.
And the choices are:
Digitech Hot Head, Visual sound Chainsaw Distortion, Tone Gauge Distortion, Pedal Tank British Overdrive.
What do you think is better ?
or if there is another good pedal, please tell me
thanks
#2
What amp are you using?
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#3
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What amp are you using?

+1

Wampler Plexi-drive is worth a look
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#4
At home i use cheap amps just for practice.
But When Gigging mainly the Amps are Local brand Amps Called Cora or Laney amps.
Sometimes if lucky i get a Marshall amps
But mostly cheap Local Amps
#5
laneys are pretty sweet (depending on the model)
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#6
Menatone King of the Britains, or many Wampler devices get you THERE
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#7
TC electronic Dark Matter gets you some nice crunch. If you get it used, it should be close in price to the options you're looking at
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#8
Quote by r4sha

Digitech Hot Head, Visual sound Chainsaw Distortion, Tone Gauge Distortion, Pedal Tank British Overdrive.
What do you think is better ?
or if there is another good pedal, please tell me


Lessee. No, no, no, no.

Go to the Wampler Pedals site and listen to some videos.
#9
Look at TC's range of products, they're really good at emulating amps, I think they had Liverpool and AC30 emulations, if that's what you mean by British sound?
Or you could try the Sansamp Classic - you can get everything from it, Fender Clean, Marshall and Mesa crunch/overdrive.

There is also an AMT DT-2 that is good at emulations but have to look for it used.
#10
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Look at TC's range of products, they're really good at emulating amps, I think they had Liverpool and AC30 emulations, if that's what you mean by British sound?
Or you could try the Sansamp Classic - you can get everything from it, Fender Clean, Marshall and Mesa crunch/overdrive.

There is also an AMT DT-2 that is good at emulations but have to look for it used.


what about Joyo British is a copy Tech 21 British pedal right
Is is worth a try ?
#11
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2002 PRS CE22
2013 G&L ASAT Deluxe
2009 Epiphone G-400 (SH-4)
Marshall JCM2000 DSL100
Krank 1980 Jr 20watt
Krank Rev 4x12 (eminence V12)
GFS Greenie/Digitech Bad Monkey
Morley Bad Horsie 2
MXR Smart Gate