#1
For those who have it is it worth buying?Because I got 100 Bucks and Im choosin between that and the Metal Zone.

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#4
i havea Death Metal and i love it ive never played a metal zone but ive heard it and both peddals have good options but for death metal and speed and thrash i think thedeath metal will do but tbh, try them both out at your local guitar place.
#6
Yeah I've Heard Good Things about the Metal Muff too
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#8
Metal Muff, it doesnt have quite as much gain, but you can actually hear the notes you are playing clearly, which is a really good trade off, unless you are a sloppy player.
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#9
The death metal is good but gives a hell of a lot of humming and feedback and I haven't played the Metal Muff or Metal Zone,so give them a try and check.
#10
I have a Metal Zone and it sound good for that kind of stuff. You can get a lot of different metal tones with it too.
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#11
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I have a Metal Zone and it sound good for that kind of stuff. You can get a lot of different metal tones with it too.

ditto ....
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#12
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#13
i have the death metal pedal and it kicks ass, GET IT!
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#14
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not for recording or gigging it doesnt, heres the thing with the metal zone, it sounds ok at best when played at bedroom volumes, when you gig with it ior play in any situation involving other instruments its a god awful piece of garbage. It completely destroys your mids, so it will sound paper thin at high volumes and wont allow you to cut through the mix at all. I havent treid the death metal too much but from what i have heard from using it in stores and whatnot its only slightly better.
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Last edited by Kid_Thorazine at Jan 16, 2007,
#15
Quote by Kid_Thorazine
not for recording or gigging it doesnt, heres the thing with the metal zone, it sounds ok at best when played at bedroom volumes, when you gig with it ior play in any situation involving other instruments its a god awful piece of garbage.


bedroom volumes...

you mean when you sleep?, i have my amp off when i do that. mt-2 sounds great in that case
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#16
I have a digitech death metal, if you want super high gain and sustain that lasts for ever, then this is your pedal.... However, there is no gain control which is a big downside to me. If your going to be using it exclusively for high distortion shredding its great, but if you play any other kind of music where your going to want to turn down the gain. Look into something else, like a boss mega distortion, my brother owns one and on its highest gain it was comparable to my death metal but much more versatile.