#1
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
Peavey Valveking
Boss SD-1 Overdrive; NS-2
Fender Tuner
#2
Quote by synester_gates
p.s is ther a 12AX7 tube in the TS-9 and/or OD808, i play a bright, mid hating, trebly metalcore sound
No.

I suggest you try them out?
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-Schecter C-1 Plus (Vintage Sunburst)
-B-52 AT-212 Tube Combo
-ZW-44 Zakk Wylde Overdrive
-Digitech RP350 Multi-Effects Pedal
-Hamer Slammer Strat Copy
#3
The tubescreamers are by no means heavy pedals. They give you a low-moderate amount of gain.
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#4
heard awesome bluesy clips for the TS-9 and OD808
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
Peavey Valveking
Boss SD-1 Overdrive; NS-2
Fender Tuner
#5
just need enought to boost my vaveking, not a whole lot of OD, just a little and some brightness and smoothness
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
Peavey Valveking
Boss SD-1 Overdrive; NS-2
Fender Tuner
#6
Many people like xifr don't realise that overdrive pedals can be used for metal on top of an already distorted amp.

People also don't realise the best way to do this is to set the pedal volume full and its gain down to zero. This will overdrive the preamp of the amp more.
#7
^ duht duh da!!! OVERDRIVE MY AMPS DISTORTION IS WHAT IM LOOKING FOR!!!
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
Peavey Valveking
Boss SD-1 Overdrive; NS-2
Fender Tuner