#1
Which do you prefer? I am considering both right now. I have a Vox AC15, and will be using it with a Paul C Timmy for a worship band. Thanks everyone
#2
Normally I'd say the FD2 but in your case I'd say the BD2. I've tried both with an AC15 and prefer the BD2 with it. Though I'm sure some folks may prefer the opposite. I think the BD2 gives the AC15 a warmer, sludgy (with the gain cranked)(and in a good way) distortion tone that sounds great. The FD2 gets pretty brittle with the gain up a bit through an AC15. I'm assuming you're using the new pedal for distortion tones.
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#4
I haven't tried either through the ac15 (so listen to lucky), but my only concern would be that the blues driver might be a bit too similar to the timmy you already have.
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