#1
ive recently been offered one of these beasties for about 50 bucks. Which i think is a good deal, ive read a few reviews of them but i though id ask for the forums opinion.

Should i go for it or just leave it?

Comments welcome
#2
Personally, I wouldn't buy one unless it was practically given to me. I've tried one before and I didn't really like it. If you're looking for a good metal distortion pedal, go for a BOSS MT-2 Metal Zone (I'm extremely happy with mine), or my second choice would be a Line 6 Uber Metal.
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#3
This is pretty coincidental because a friend of mine actually did give his to me for free this tuesday. I play some metal, Children of Bodom being about the heaviest I go, and I thought it was too heavy for me. Also, the gain is not controllable, so no, unless you play exclusively death metal, I would not recommend it.

P.S. $50 isn't a very good deal, thats the regular price at Musician's Friend.
#4
Cool, thanks for the tips, i had listened to some tunes i could get from it on thier official site, and though it wasnt too bad, but i dont exclusively play death metal, so i guess it isnt the best one.
#5
Well I never managed to get a good sound out of it that didn't give me uncontrollable nasty feedback but give it a go if you want.
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#7
If you're looking for a good metal distortion pedal, go for a BOSS MT-2 Metal Zone (I'm extremely happy with mine)


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