#1
I've been thinking of picking up a boss DS-1, but I want to know if it can be used for an overdrive. I want something to drive the UK 70s model on my Vox AD-50. I know the DS is a distortion effect, but if I turn down the tone, will it work?
#3
There really isn't much point of overdriving a SS amp. Save the money you'd buy the DS1 with and save more money and get a tube amp. Trust me, you won't regret it. (I was in your same situation).
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#4
^ Me too...
Amp:
Fender Blues Jr (GH1230 Celestion Speaker)
Pedals
Barber DD
Wilson WH-10 Clone
Ibanez WH10 V2

Pitchblack Tuner
Boss DD-3
Guitars: 06' Custom Fender Strat Lindy Fralin Blues Specials, Callaham Tremolo
09' Olympic White Stratocaster
#5
*noob question*

what is a tube amp?
whats the difference?
i'm in the situation and i need to know as well?
and can i have a link to a tube amp please
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#6
A tube amp is a amp with tubes that provide the power. Tube amps sound alot better than Solid State ones.
Amp:
Fender Blues Jr (GH1230 Celestion Speaker)
Pedals
Barber DD
Wilson WH-10 Clone
Ibanez WH10 V2

Pitchblack Tuner
Boss DD-3
Guitars: 06' Custom Fender Strat Lindy Fralin Blues Specials, Callaham Tremolo
09' Olympic White Stratocaster
#8
Only insofar as it will hold together at high volumes better, without getting as much Solidstate breakup.