#1
Would I need a distortion pedal...


Ithink I got the model name wrong.
Equipment

  • Shecter 006 Deluxe
  • Line 6 Spider II 30
  • Harmony Acoustic
  • Dunlop GCB-95 Wah-Wah Pedal
  • Zoom 707 II


Favorite Guitar Player(s)

  • Eric Clapton
  • Brian May
  • Jack White
#2
no, those things dont work well with distortion pedals.

What would work effectly would be to get a boost pedal, like an MXR micro amp and it'll give more natural amp gain. Overdrive pedals will alter the tone a bit.
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#6
does an overdrive pedal work with it? a guy on here said his metal master worked pretty good on the clean channel.
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#7
I play like some classic rock. I play Floyd, Eagles umm Some metal..some other stuff, im pretty open but a good distortion channel is a must. Im a tone freak.
Equipment

  • Shecter 006 Deluxe
  • Line 6 Spider II 30
  • Harmony Acoustic
  • Dunlop GCB-95 Wah-Wah Pedal
  • Zoom 707 II


Favorite Guitar Player(s)

  • Eric Clapton
  • Brian May
  • Jack White
#8
considering it's a modelling amp you should be able to get the overdrive sound you are looking for. not sure what the 50s got on it, but the 30 does some good high gain overdrives as well as some brit overdrives.
#9
could I get an eagles lead solo sound from hotel california
Equipment

  • Shecter 006 Deluxe
  • Line 6 Spider II 30
  • Harmony Acoustic
  • Dunlop GCB-95 Wah-Wah Pedal
  • Zoom 707 II


Favorite Guitar Player(s)

  • Eric Clapton
  • Brian May
  • Jack White