#1
Hey all, i've looked around UG and havent found any suggestions on this so i decided to post. I have an AD30, and i'd like to get an overdrive pedal to boost my amp a bit. Its got some heavy effects, but i'd like something heavier. I'd also like to be able to get a good classic rock sound besides heavy overdrive (versatility in other words). Its a modeling amp, but its got an actual tube in it, so i was wondering if its even worth doing. Would it sound like crap? I've used a zoom 606 on distortion and it sucks, but would overdrive be better?
looking for some metallica thrash era/megadeth sounds.
Ibanez SR-500
Schecter C1 Blackjack
Ibanez GSR200
Classical acoustic

G&K Backline 600 + Goldline 210GLX cab
Vox AD30VT
Crate G40C XL
Crate BT15
EH Metal Muff
Digitech Grunge
Danelectro Fab Overdrive
M-Audio Ozonic
Tascam M-308
#2
i dont think an overdrive pedal is best for ur amp...i do believe its a solid state amp...overdrive pedals are for tube amps to push them alittle farther...and that sounds good...pushing a solid state amp would be...u dont even wanna know...

i suggest a mt2 or ds2....
Fender CIJ Mustang
Fender Jagstang
Fender MIM Custom Telecaster
Fender MIM Strat
Peavey Classic 50 2x12
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
Fender PT-100 Tuner
Boss SD-1
EH Small Clone
Vox Wah
Digitech Digidelay
#3
its a hybrid though, some of the amp models use the 12AX7 tub that they put in it, some don't. I'd like to use the pedal for those that do.
Ibanez SR-500
Schecter C1 Blackjack
Ibanez GSR200
Classical acoustic

G&K Backline 600 + Goldline 210GLX cab
Vox AD30VT
Crate G40C XL
Crate BT15
EH Metal Muff
Digitech Grunge
Danelectro Fab Overdrive
M-Audio Ozonic
Tascam M-308
#4
vox's are good amps...
that whole hybrid thing is more for show...doesnt really make a huge difference...Them calling it a "hybrid" is more for a sales point of view...