#1
hey guys.... i just registered the site, i really dig its forums...
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my name is dor, and been playing for about 5 years now...

i have a little question for you...

im now changing my gear and stuff, and im about to buy the tonebone hot british, and as for other effects, im thinking of buying a multi effect, and my question is, can i combine a multi effect with a distortion pedal? how will it sound? won't it destroy the sound of the pedal?
and are there sertin multi effects that are working good with other pedals? (not talking about FX loops)

thanx for everyone who will respond... have a nice day!
Last edited by dor_ben at Mar 10, 2007,
#2
Hey dor! Welcome to the forums .

But first, what amp do you have? That'll make all of the difference. Also, a lot of people here aren't fans of multi-effects pedals and they do have good reason to back it up.

I suggest looking into single effects.
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#3
yeah i know that, im not abig fan too, but im a little short of budget and a multi is much more affordable and easier to use (unless your a tap dancer)...
and i have a Fender FM 65R and a Fender stratocaster (with something called humbucker modeler)
#4
it works fine, i use a Ds-1 with my multi-effect pedal for the distortion, my multi has crappy disto, i lower the gain on the multi and boost it with the Ds-1.. sounds excellent..
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Last edited by Pleiadian at Mar 10, 2007,
#6
welcome to the forums!

I think a lot of people will say that that's an expensive pedal to run through that amp- probably a better idea to buy an amp more aimed at the tones you want from the start.

What type of tones are you after? and what's your budget? also, unless you use fx a lot, there's a good chance you don't need as many fx as you think, at least if you have a good amp.
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#7
yeah, im from israel....
im looking for a sound with balls, something like GNR or metallica you know?
and about the amp, it aint that bad, i actually like it and i dont have the money to replace it...
my budget aint that big either, i have about 200 bucks, not too much...
#8
you can get the tonebone hot british for 200 bucks?
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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