#1
well here is the story i had befor Behringer X V-AMP Multi-effect console and some kind of unknown amp made is china looks not good and i wasn't have the sound that i was seeking from that package so i thought i should buy a good pedal like boss so i bought that pedal called boss metal zone pedal MT-2 and sold the old multi and after i hooked the cord i found the sound is worse than befor and im shoked i wasn't expacting that i know that boss from Roland its like one of the best so whats wronge i know that i should buy agood amp but it was working ok with the old multi .
now after i bought the better brand effect the sound realy sux , so the Q? is what the hell is going on?

any help..
#2
It's hard to find a good sound when using a Boss MT-2 metal zone, just keep messing around with it abd you'll hopefully get the sound you want.
#3
well first off, the only way i have gotten any decent sounds with the metal zone was with an equalizer pedal and secondly get a better amp.
what kind of guitar do you have?
I don't like as i lay dying
#4
I didn't really follow... but you sold your "decent" amp and bought a MT-2 to unshittify your shittified amp?

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#5
Never buy pedals when you have a crap amp, there is nothing wrong other than the fact that your amp is shit. Save up for a new one.
#6
alright guys ill get another amp but is that metal zone pedal good or not?
#7
The metal Zone is awesome. If you like Boss's other Distortion pedals and want the 3-band EQ, go for it.
Basses
Ibanez Gio GSR100 w/ SDs

Amps
Acoustic B200
#9
Well that's all up to what you want in a sound. But for metal, if your on a budget, anything from the VOX blueface hybrids, to the Roland Cube series. If your not on a budget, and sky's the limit... well, there are endless combonations.

But a start would be:

Budget: Roland Cube or any "Blue-Face" Vox hybrid.
Sky's the limit: Botique amps like the Cornford for pratice/learning to stuff like Marshal Plexi's.

It's all in the tone you personally want, and we don't have a clue. So could you help us out?
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#13
around 100 or up to 150 i want small amp but i want one i wont need to change it for long time
Last edited by Shield at Feb 1, 2007,