#1
i play most genres of music and want a overdrive pedal that will satistfy my needs. it needs to be mostly for metal because my amp can just about handle anything up to and include rock easily.

i have a laney vc15, and the pedal will not be used all the time and i therefore don't really want to spend more than £50 ($80) but if there is an extremely good pedal just above this prie i will save up.


i want recommendations so that i can go to the local store and try some pedals out
yoyoyuyo

Guitars.........................Amp.................Pedals (getting new)
Ibanez S470................Laney VC15.....Boss DS-1 (it's bad)
PRS SE Soapbar II
Ibanez aw15 acoustic
#2
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Marshall Bluesbreaker II

Great pedal, about £2 more than a bad monkey and better in my opinion.

EDIT: FFS, why title this overdrive pedal when you want something for metal Even a boosted VC will struggle at high-gain.
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#8
yeah i guess i kinda did mean distortion pedal.

btw before someone explains i no the difference, overdrive is 'natural' and distortion is just distoring the signal
yoyoyuyo

Guitars.........................Amp.................Pedals (getting new)
Ibanez S470................Laney VC15.....Boss DS-1 (it's bad)
PRS SE Soapbar II
Ibanez aw15 acoustic
#9
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The pedal I have DF-7 by digi-tech has all manner of metal settings, and it's extremely versitle.


and it's digital
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#10
Maxon OD-808! But it's more than your budget...
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