#1
OK, since kranks are pretty expensive, i was think about getting this pedal. it sounds pretty good and i was wondering if anyone had any longtime experience with these. Any advice would help.
#3
Quote by Kid_Thorazine
the metal muff sounds a lot better IMO.


+1
Sounds much much much more organic.
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#4
Quote by Kid_Thorazine
the metal muff sounds a lot better IMO.
Honestly, do you have the recommend the Metal Muff on every single distortion pedal thread ever? Nothing against you, it's a good pedal, I just find it kind of funny.
#5
It's pretty good actually.... tried it through a Legacy !!
Tone is all ...... well probably 75%, in your fingers.
The rest depends on your wallet's thickness !!

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#7
why would you want a krank (amp)?
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#8
Quote by De Amazing Blob
Honestly, do you have the recommend the Metal Muff on every single distortion pedal thread ever? Nothing against you, it's a good pedal, I just find it kind of funny.



i dont always, someimes i reccomend an OD or a big muff or something, its just that most of theese threads are asking about metal distortion and IMO the metal muff is the only affordable, non-boutique one worth playing.
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#9
2 things. First you gotta go try it out for yourself instead of always taking peoples opinions. Only use them as reference. Secondly, you gotta tell what kinda tone youre looking for, because some people who like the metal muffs may only play classic or thrash metal and stuff. And then they tell you to go try it out and youre looking for a nu-metal tone. lol. so you gotta specify those things!