#1
hello everybody.i would like to achieve Tom Delonge's tone(Mesa Boogie triple rect era) as cheap as possibly.
i am between two pedals.joyo extreme metal and joyo california.which one is closer to that tone?

thank you very much
#2
Quote by theonirvana
hello everybody.i would like to achieve Tom Delonge's tone(Mesa Boogie triple rect era) as cheap as possibly.
i am between two pedals.joyo extreme metal and joyo california.which one is closer to that tone?

thank you very much


with what amp and guitar. you can't just buy a pedal and expect it to give the tone you want with any guitar and amp doesn't work that way.
#3
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#4
Without knowing any of the other info (as mentioned above) I would suggest the california - it is made to be a mesa amp in a pedal and should give you a wider range of mesa type tones. Obviously the metal pedal is geared towards high gain, as far as I am aware Tom is not a high gain player so I don't see a metal pedal getting you what you want.

I have the Joyo American sound pedal and am pretty impressed with what you can get out of it, also you may want to run it into the fx return on your amp so that you get the amp sim pre from the pedal giving you most of your tone instead of your amps pre colouring the mesa sim from the pedal.