#1
i have recently purchased a big muff pedal, and i am looking for the perfect tone and sustain settings for two stuations, rhythm and lead. For a really chunky rhythm but also a powerful lead sound. Also, should i boost the muff by putting my amp's distortion on aswell, or would this just screw up the sound?

cheers dudes
#2
Well, I use a Boss Blues Driver to boost my Muff, and I get the perfect sound I want *cough*John Frusciante*cough*

You might aswell try the Muff and amp's distortion at the same time.

Anyway, a great rhythm sound, tone 5/8, sustain quite high, and level wherever.

Lead tone, same....(but boosted with an overdrive pedal)
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Don't be afraid to care"

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#3
cheers man, sounds cool, im trying to get frusciante's tone actually, how much was your blues driver?
#4
T'was £65 back in the day, prob cheaper now, cheaper used too.

What amp/guitar have you got too? Because that's incredibly important to get that sound. (Nice clean valve amp and Strat's neck pickup)
"Breathe, breathe in the air
Don't be afraid to care"

Fender Strat/Tokai LS80>few pedals>Orange Rocker 30
#5
i have a fender deluxe 112 amp, and i've got a line 6 variax guitar, although i am thinking about buying a fender jaguar soon