#1
I play metal generaly, and I want a pedal with really heavy distortion is this a good pledal to choose?

if not are there any other on the market atm that are better?
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#2
I have that pedal, and it is pretty good. But if you play high notes on it, it sounds wierd.
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#4
OK, what amp do you have?
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#5
a **** cruiser 10 watt...
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#6
Well, personally, I've sound all the "metal pedals" to sound like ass....metal zone, death metal, etc.

It's the ones that aren't advertised as metal ones that have much better tone.

Jackyl and Hyde Ultimate Overdrive

Boss MD-2 Mega Distortion

Both amazing pedals, I'd try the Jackyl first, as it is more than likely the better one.
#7
yeah....any pedal with metal in its name sounds worse than dropping a large amount of metal on your amp
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#8
In that case, a new amp is what you really need.. But if you can't afford a decent amp, then go for what ibanez4life SZ! suggested.
ESP H-300 (EMG81/85)
Ibanez RG570
Ashton VP30
Dunlop Crybaby
Boss CE-5
Boss DS-2
Behringer EQ-700
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#9
what is your budget? if its non existent i would advise you to look at some damage control pedals
#10
knowing what amp you, i'd suggest the mt-2 metal zone. my amp's crappy as sh!t too but once i plug this lil stompbox in, i wouldn't be able to tell if i had this massive mesa boogie or a worthless 15 watt amp that came along with a guitar package
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#11
^ just a quick question, are you in possession of some ears? maybe you should give them a try once in a while...
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#12
IHMO you should not use good money for good pedals on a crap amp.

Save the $120 you'd spend on a Jeckyll/Hyde, save up some extra cash and grab a Roland cube 30.
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#13
i had the DDM, i liked the sound and the mixer output to record on the computer, but after some time i noticed that the EQ was limited so i suggest to buy the pedal and when you got tired of the sound buy an EQ pedal to expand the DDM sounds
#14
i wouldn't. i would save for a better amp and then figure it out from there. I wasted 95 bucks on the MT-2, and when my amp comes, im gonna use my amp distortion and probably never use the pedal again
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#15
yeah
Get a amp with a decent distortion tbh.

I have a crappy FORCE series amp (Never heard of them rofl) and a death metal peddal for that, my other amps a spider so, the distortion on that doesn't need a peddL
#16
Before filling your rig up with 100 effects and pedals with a crappy amp, you should first get a decent amp that will sound good without the pedals. You should get something that is very versatile, because chances are, later when you start to progress you're gonna want to play something that's not metal(blues, classic rock, ect.). I reccomend a Vox Valvetronix or a Roland Cube 30, when you get a decent amp with good distortion, you might realize you might not even need a distortion pedal, but if for some reason you do need an extra amouont of distortion you should get a Boss Metal Zone.

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