#1
I just purchased a metal muff with top boost. It's a great pedal for heavy metal. Soon I'm going to purchase a Fender Hotrod Deluxe 40 Watt Tube Amp. Which has wonderful cleans and good overdrive/crunch for classic rock and blues.

Now here's the question:

I play classic rock, blues, jazz and metal. The amp covers everything except for metal. So should I keep the Metal Muff or should I get an overdrive to use on top of the amp overdrive to play metal?

By the way, I play thrash metal like Megadeth and also things like Cacophony.
#2
When you get the amp, try it out yourself and find out? Not that hard really.

And overdrive pedal won't give you uber-gain distortion. Better off with something like the metal muff IMO.

Even then I dunno if the HRD and MM will give you the metal tone you're after.
#3
The Hot Rod has pretty "meh" overdrive to be honest, it's primarily a clean amp. It's also very bright and i don't think you'd get great metal tones from it even with a Muff. You'd be better off with a more British-sounding amp like a Marshall, Laney or Orange and team it up with an overdrive.
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