#1
I'm just wandering how heavy the overdrive will go on this amp?

Will be heavy enough for Nirvana, Smashing pumpkins?
#2
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I'm just wandering how heavy the overdrive will go on this amp?

Will be heavy enough for Nirvana, Smashing pumpkins?

I don't see why not - it's not like either of these bands are very heavy.
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#4
You can always use a cheap overdrive (fab distortion, digitech bad monkey, etc) to increase the signal.
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#5
Maybe it will be enough. But put in a fuzz pedal and youll easly nail those tones!
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#6
yeh it would be great, one question though if i threw in a boss ds-1 with the drive channel would it do metal, i know the lc30 does but im on a budget. i played the lc30 before and i love it, its jsut i cant afford it
#7
I dunno if a DS-1 will ever get to metal. You might want a more high gain overdrive / distortion
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#8
nah i meen as a gain boost i have another pedal just for dimebag soundish metal.