#1
which one would be best to get. i would be using it mostly on clean mode through a boss distortion peddal...
thanks
lefty pro series JACKSON DK2 DINKY blk.
sig. Dimarzio evolution bridge
seymour hotrail mid
seymour '59 strat neck
BOSS MT-2 pedal
MXR 10 Band EQ Dunlop
BOSS noise suppressor pedal
MARSHALL MF 280 cabinet
hughes & kettner warp 7 head
#3
yea i just need something with good cleans...
i put the head on clean and just run my mt 2 metal zone pedal through..
lefty pro series JACKSON DK2 DINKY blk.
sig. Dimarzio evolution bridge
seymour hotrail mid
seymour '59 strat neck
BOSS MT-2 pedal
MXR 10 Band EQ Dunlop
BOSS noise suppressor pedal
MARSHALL MF 280 cabinet
hughes & kettner warp 7 head
#4
Its that time of day again! Im going to sit back and let other people rape the name of MG this time though, it gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling inside
Diezel, Motherfucker
#5
Out of those two..........I would say the MG has better cleans. Horrible everything else. And not really wonderful cleans.....but better. I would buy something besides those two. And you'll have a lot of people to just tell you to get a tube amp.
#7
lol yea i know. just wandered out of the two...
i just need something to get me buy until i get the 5150 in 5 months
i think i'll get the crate...
thanks
lefty pro series JACKSON DK2 DINKY blk.
sig. Dimarzio evolution bridge
seymour hotrail mid
seymour '59 strat neck
BOSS MT-2 pedal
MXR 10 Band EQ Dunlop
BOSS noise suppressor pedal
MARSHALL MF 280 cabinet
hughes & kettner warp 7 head
#9
Surely the Warp 7 head in your sig will be OK until you get a 5150?

I can't imagine the MG or the Crate being any better than that. Also the metal zone is a horrible pedal, ditch it.
Schecter C1 Classic Left Handed
Line 6 POD HD500
Peavey Valveking 112
#10
You're clearly not a very smart person.

Get a decent amp, that way, you won't regret buying an awful amp/stack, and you won't be stuck with that metal zone.
"Breathe, breathe in the air
Don't be afraid to care"

Fender Strat/Tokai LS80>few pedals>Orange Rocker 30
#11
Quote by Axeman99
Surely the Warp 7 head in your sig will be OK until you get a 5150?

I can't imagine the MG or the Crate being any better than that. Also the metal zone is a horrible pedal, ditch it.

i don't know the warp 7 is starting to sound kind of awful.. what you think i should stick with my fading warp 7 until i get somthing better??
and i love the mt2 best pedal i've had yet!!
why ditch it??
it just takes a long while of tweaking. sound really good through my evo in the bridge...
lefty pro series JACKSON DK2 DINKY blk.
sig. Dimarzio evolution bridge
seymour hotrail mid
seymour '59 strat neck
BOSS MT-2 pedal
MXR 10 Band EQ Dunlop
BOSS noise suppressor pedal
MARSHALL MF 280 cabinet
hughes & kettner warp 7 head
#12
Eventually you'll want a naturally good sounding rig (sounds good when straight to the amp). You might aswell try and get that now, it'll sound much better than an MT2 buzzing up some crappy clean channel.
"Breathe, breathe in the air
Don't be afraid to care"

Fender Strat/Tokai LS80>few pedals>Orange Rocker 30
#13
Quote by R_H_C_P
You're clearly not a very smart person.

Get a decent amp, that way, you won't regret buying an awful amp/stack, and you won't be stuck with that metal zone.

well i'm keeping my marshall MF 280 cab...
is the distortion in the 5150 really that good??
i just figured i'd use the pedal on any amp i got.
lefty pro series JACKSON DK2 DINKY blk.
sig. Dimarzio evolution bridge
seymour hotrail mid
seymour '59 strat neck
BOSS MT-2 pedal
MXR 10 Band EQ Dunlop
BOSS noise suppressor pedal
MARSHALL MF 280 cabinet
hughes & kettner warp 7 head
#14
Quote by R_H_C_P
Eventually you'll want a naturally good sounding rig (sounds good when straight to the amp). You might aswell try and get that now, it'll sound much better than an MT2 buzzing up some crappy clean channel.

could i go a little cheaper and get the valve king or such or should i save for a while and get the 5150...?
lefty pro series JACKSON DK2 DINKY blk.
sig. Dimarzio evolution bridge
seymour hotrail mid
seymour '59 strat neck
BOSS MT-2 pedal
MXR 10 Band EQ Dunlop
BOSS noise suppressor pedal
MARSHALL MF 280 cabinet
hughes & kettner warp 7 head
#15
Yea, it's really good for heavy stuff.
Amps distortions are generally MUCH MUCH better than pedal distortions.
"Breathe, breathe in the air
Don't be afraid to care"

Fender Strat/Tokai LS80>few pedals>Orange Rocker 30
#16
Quote by tweak7
yea i just need something with good cleans...
i put the head on clean and just run my mt 2 metal zone pedal through..


Both those amps are terrible, and that pedal is even worse.
Someones knowledge of guitar companies spelling determines what amps you can own. Really smart people can own things like Framus because they sound like they might be spelled with a "y" but they aren't.
#17
If you need a cheap amp to get you buy for now with just cleans buy a crate power block
I really would not recommend any MG series the awful amps
Their overdrive is anything but "crushing"
Gear:
Guitars: ESP/LTD F-2005, Schecter Omen 6
Pedals: Boss NS2, CH1, TU2
Amp: Marshall DSL 100 head, Marshall JCM 900 1936 2x12 cab
#18
is there anyway i can do some electrical upgrades my my warp 7 for the time being?
lefty pro series JACKSON DK2 DINKY blk.
sig. Dimarzio evolution bridge
seymour hotrail mid
seymour '59 strat neck
BOSS MT-2 pedal
MXR 10 Band EQ Dunlop
BOSS noise suppressor pedal
MARSHALL MF 280 cabinet
hughes & kettner warp 7 head
#19
Yep, just save your money and get that 5150 sooner and use its own distortion, no pedals. You'll thank us when you hear it
Schecter C1 Classic Left Handed
Line 6 POD HD500
Peavey Valveking 112
#20
Quote by Axeman99
Yep, just save your money and get that 5150 sooner and use its own distortion, no pedals. You'll thank us when you hear it

alright i'll wait!!!
what about a boss EQ pedal any use??
thanks bro
lefty pro series JACKSON DK2 DINKY blk.
sig. Dimarzio evolution bridge
seymour hotrail mid
seymour '59 strat neck
BOSS MT-2 pedal
MXR 10 Band EQ Dunlop
BOSS noise suppressor pedal
MARSHALL MF 280 cabinet
hughes & kettner warp 7 head