#1
Hey guys, i have never really been into using loads of pedals but recently i have been wanting add some depth to my sound. I have a Vox AD50VT which i love and i have been experimenting with a few effects especially flanger and delay. They have made good additions to my overall sounds but i would like your opinion on getting seperate stompboxes. Im not sure if there are any other effects that can help me achieve more depth but any suggestions would be great

I play everything form metal to classic rock and blues.

Cheers Sgboy666
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#2
are you basically asking which delay pedals and flangers ect you should get? do you want an od/distortion pedal?
#3
i heard modeling amps + single effects = poop.
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#4
To add depth, I'd use a chorus pedal.
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#5
Well i have a bad monkey which i use as a boost. My dad has a marshall chorus which is pretty good but i guess im mainly looking for something that i can use for certain parts of songs to make a certain riff more powerful so i odnt really know what to do
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#6
try a harmoniser. I have a Boss HR-2 that does the job pretty well
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#8
Would i need a splitter or a/b box to run 2 amps in stereo? because i also have an AXL 60 watt amp which is not amazing but if i stick my screamin' blues in front of it, it sounds ok. Before i have tried to link up my amps via my chorus pedal which has 2 ouputs but there was a strange buzzing sound.
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Last edited by sgboy666 at Aug 10, 2007,
#9
Any suggestions?
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#10
a harmonizer would be nice i think... maybe some delay with chorus and a flanger?
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#11
not sure about how it would react with a modeling amp, but maybe try a Sonic Maximizer at a shop if you can. Fun effect, I run a multifx into one for recording, I think it adds some depth to the sound depending how you set it. Not something everyone likes, but worth trying one if you can, ideally with an amp like yours.
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#12
Ok thanks for that Erock503
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#14
I have tryed the digidelay out a few times and i like it but im still unsure as to buying if i just want to use it for some riffs.
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