#1
Looking for a new heavy distortion pedal since my Boss died. What's best to invest in?

Thanks
Gibson Les Paul Classic
Fender Stratocaster (Mexican)
Hagstrom Ultra Swede
Music Man Axis Sport
#2
Give us some actual information. Budget, styles of music, general location (if you're buying used), features you might want. Otherwise we can't help you choose from every distortion pedal ever.
#3
My big muff is fairly heavy. I think it weighs a couple of KG!
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#4
Sorry, my bad. I play Metal and classic Rock. I'd like to keep it under $150 if possible. I play Metallica, Slayer, anthrax, Maiden an Priest. The weight of the pedal itself is not important....lol, but thanks. Using it for Heavy Metal maybe a little classic rock too.

Thanks Again
Gibson Les Paul Classic
Fender Stratocaster (Mexican)
Hagstrom Ultra Swede
Music Man Axis Sport
Last edited by Picksqueal72 at Jun 3, 2014,
#5
which marshall(s) do you have?
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