#1
Hi All,
I've never really invested in effects pedals or modified my rig much but I would like to improve my sound a bit. I'm not great with guitar sound lingo, but hopefully I make sense. I've got an Egnater Tweaker 15W tube amp and play a MIM Fat Strat, all stock standard. Playing a wide range of music (from Muse to Hendrix to the Stray Cats) I'd like to have a lead sound that is more sensitive and sharper to the notes I'm playing. I like the idea of a pedal that I can hit to boost the volume and gain for solo's, but I'm lost as to what pedal would suit me best that wouldn't be expensive (Under $150 if possible).

Any tips or suggestions?

Thanks
#3
Digitech Bad Monkey

Danelectro Fish 'n Chips

You will still have money left over for other goodies.
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#5
Thanks for the replies, looking into it a bit more the bad monkey seems to be what I'm after. Would it be possible to use that on the amp's hot channel to get more sustain on notes?
#6
Yes you can. That's what most people use bad monkey anyway because it's very cheap and does excellent job as a clean boost. Just lower the gain and turn the level up on monkey and it will make your amp overdrive more.