#1
What's the best distortion pedal for playing classic rock?
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Boss DD-3
#2
Boss DS1 or DS2
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#3
if you have tube amp an Ibanez Tube Screamer TS-9
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#4
marshall guv-nor. if you've got a tube amp, i'd check out the bluesbreaker as well.
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#5
for a solid state. sorry i forgot to mention that.
Agile AL-3000 Cherry Sunburst
Fender American Strat HSS
1981 Yamaha FG-335II
Crate V1512 (USA made)
Fender Frontman 15R
Dunlop Crybaby Slash Wah
MXR EVH Phase 90
Ibanez TS9 w/ Keeley Baked Mod
Boss SD-1
Boss DD-3
#6
boss OS-2 overdrive/distortion pedal. got a good variety of tones, from good overdrive to thick distortion.
#7
Ya boss has some good pedals out there. I have the blues driver 2 but for distortion you should go with the Boss DS1.

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#8
overdrive would probably work better for classic rock, but the Boss DS-1 has a nice mild distortion.
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