#1
Yo, I have been researching a while and was wondering if the EH Metal Muff was the best distortion pedal for a guy using a Cube 60 SS amp ?? The MT-2 I have now lacks allot of tone so I'm tempted to sell it and buy a new pedal and an EQ

Any suggestions as to what kind of Distortion pedals to look at??

hardcoredarrell
Last edited by hardcoredarrell at Sep 13, 2007,
#2
Sweet amp!

I've got one. And a Metal Muff. And it kicks donkey.
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#3
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Sweet amp!

I've got one. And a Metal Muff. And it kicks donkey.


really? I've tried finding videos of people using that set up so I'll know how my amp would sound with that paticular pedal

Is $70 good price to sell my MT-2 on Ebay?? when its like new condition, with box, bag it came in, instructions, and warty mail in paper ?? I plan to buy a good pedal and an EQ, which I already decided on the EQ, but just need help for the Pedal
#4
Quote by hardcoredarrell
Yo, I have been researching a while and was wondering if the EH Metal Muff was the best distortion pedal for a guy using a Cube 60 SS amp ?? The MT-2 I have now lacks allot of tone so I'm tempted to sell it and buy a new pedal and an EQ

Any suggestions as to what kind of Distortion pedals to look at??

hardcoredarrell

A new amp

The MT2 is downright awful, but the usefulness of ANY distorttion pedal is going to be severely hampered by the Cubes modelling nature. On a tube amp you have the option of blending pedal distortion with natural overdrive to give you near-limitless tonal options, on a modeller you're restricted to plugging the pedal into the clean channel
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#5
i have a digitech rp14.
its wonderful. you can create any sound you can imagine. not ONLY distortion, but it does have great crunch and tone.
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A new amp

The MT2 is downright awful, but the usefulness of ANY distorttion pedal is going to be severely hampered by the Cubes modelling nature. On a tube amp you have the option of blending pedal distortion with natural overdrive to give you near-limitless tonal options, on a modeller you're restricted to plugging the pedal into the clean channel


Couldn't I use a distortion pedal and a overdrive pedal? I can get an overdrive type sound with just the nob settings on the amp on clean, I need some good sound but I currently don't know enough guitar to say get a Tube amp, least a good tube amp
so I have to make the best with the equipment I have ,

I do plan on getting the EQ you've suggested a few days ago , but I need to get something like a pedal thats better than the MT-2 so I can get teh free brootalz shipping ,

guess I need to understand what pedals to get to blend together, such as a distortion and overdrive and EQ together perhaps
#7
to be honest a metal muff + EQ should be a pretty powerful combination in terms of tonal versatility.
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to be honest a metal muff + EQ should be a pretty powerful combination in terms of tonal versatility.




I'll probally end up paying $10 for the Metal Muff , as I can sell the MT-2 I got before even researching any pedal as I knew someone who had one I should have done some homework now I have learned my lesson lol, always do your homework for something you'll buy

well thats nice to know thanks again steven seagull (((MT-2 ))))