#1
I have a Roland Cube 15x. My friend wants to trade me his metal zone in exchange for some video games.

Question is... will the distortion pedal be much better than my cube? I see lots of mixed feelings on the pedal. But I want a distortion pedal. I play a lot of metallica, though nothing heavier than that. Outside of that its more hard rock, white stripes, nirvana, quite a bit of black sabbath and acdc, etc.

Or, any good distortion pedals out there in general not too expensive? Or should I stick to my cube's distortion for now, pass on the metal zone, and get a different pedal in a couple of weeks?
#2
dude metal zones kill tone. its like eating lettuce with cake. it just ruines it
but you could get it then sell it later, if its worth more
#3
Quote by s.r.v.
dude metal zones kill tone. its like eating lettuce with cake. it just ruines it



You should just save up for a better amp, as the Cube is a modeler, and pedals usually sound like ass through modelers.
#4
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You should just save up for a better amp, as the Cube is a modeler, and pedals usually sound like ass through modelers.


The Cube 15x doesn't have amp models.



Getting pedals for practice amps is kind of silly and unnecessary.
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Quote by utsapp89
^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.