#3
yea im not a big fan of digitech distortion pedals. i know from experience. but i second Member
xxx

my rig:
-gibson les paul studio (sh4-bridge)
-peavey valve king 212
-electro-harmonix english muff'n
-roland micro cube
-digitech digidelay
-digitech grunge
-rocktron hush pedal
-fender pedal tuner
#4
never go digitech. do Boss Ds-1. check it out.
If you want to jam in/around Mooresville NC message me.
#5
Quote by 812many
never go digitech. do Boss Ds-1. check it out.


if he's playing metal will the ds-1 be enough?
xxx

my rig:
-gibson les paul studio (sh4-bridge)
-peavey valve king 212
-electro-harmonix english muff'n
-roland micro cube
-digitech digidelay
-digitech grunge
-rocktron hush pedal
-fender pedal tuner
#6
^yeah my bands drummers brother has one i use an its ****ing awesome, turn up the lows an you can do some metal
#7
can I get a link to a Electro Harmonix Metal Muff thanks and yeah playin death metal, thrash metal ect.
#9
DS-1 cheap and amazing
My Gear-

Guitars
- Schecter Gryphon
- Ibanez GRX40

Amp/Effects

- Crate FXT65 With DSP
- Dunlop Cry Baby Classic

My Choice
- DR 9's
- Dunlop 2mm
#10
Quote by Feedback11
if he's playing metal will the ds-1 be enough?


yea, i think so. Ds-1 is very versatile... um, maybe if thats not enuf, the Md-2 or whatever its called. but i think Ds-1 could be enuf. i play some really distorted grunge with my Ds-1.
If you want to jam in/around Mooresville NC message me.
#13
well i got a Boss MT-2 Metal Zone Effects Pedal
and was wondering for any good settings for it to get a death metal sound