#2
theyre not that great but for the money i guess theyre not too bad, they add alot of hiss and you might be able to get a better sound from you amp, it all depends
#4
nope the Digitech stuff sounds digital, not good.

Get the Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff...I think they are $99 but they are a step and a half up form the metal zone.
#6
A lot of people seem to really like teh metal zone but I have had experience with the pedal and am not impressed at all very hissy and trebley even with a lot of bass. I actualley think it is one of BOSS's worse pedals. But the Metal Zone is defenitly better than the DigiTech Metal Master.
#8
i have it, and i must say, it makes my single coil strat sound like a EMG-laden Jackson. you have a TON of control over the sound, tone, gain, everything. buy it!
#10
lol danno dont know how to use it. To me it only sounds good for metallica lol favorite stuff that i play.....

But when i play tender surrender, it just sound right on middle riff of the middle of the neckpickup distortion time.... well many places it doesnt sound right or i just dont have the evo pickups yet.... at the end stuff it can match it. I guess metal zone is strictly only for metal like metallica or modern metal (which screamo,deathmetal except pantera sucks ass).
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#11
I have a digitech death metal pedal. From what I hear, they vary in quality a lot. I definitely got a crap version of it. I wish I'd have gone for the Metal zone or the Line 6 uber metal. They have gain controls which makes a huge difference to the overall sound (death metal doesn't).
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#12
metal zones are great


for sounding like a wasp in a tin can.
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#14
Dare argue with me on this, I shall kick you in the testicles. Go with the Tonecore Uber Metal if your into A7X and Metallica -like distortions. I tried everything mentiones above and about 20 others for about 1 hour each, this process took me about 2 months then I found the Uber Metal, and was instantly baffled. It has absolutely amazing ability to get really heavy and total interchangeable distortions, from ZZ-top to like Slipknot, but then again I never go past the pulverize setting, Insane is just totally bassy, toneless ****. I say pay the little bit less and go with the uber metal, you will not be disappointed, and to boot its got a buolt in noise gate which is awesome too. If your smart enough to kow about mids, highs and lows and know the exact tone you want, get this, I cuts through anything.
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#15
^yeah


listen to outlaw. he knows what hes saying
Gear:
PRS Custom SE
Shit Strat
line6 spider II 112 (worst choice of my life)
Squier 10 watt (sounds better than the spider)
Digitech rp200
Rocktron Silver Dragon


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