#1
Before you all start bitching about spider 2's **** off out of this thread.

Alright now that's out of the way..

I'm having trouble with buzz from my digitech metal master through my line 6 spider 2, I've heard some romours that this is only with the amp I'm using... Just wondering if anyone else has this problem, if there's a way I can clear it up... and if not what amp you would recommend to me for some bone crushing brutal metal.

Thanks in advance!
#2
well if you are using a single coil guitar it could be from that, not the amp or pedal.
"Blues is what you got when everything else is
gone." - J.Lansdowne
#3
Metal Master into a Spider 2 is the problem.

As far as a "bone crushing brutal metal" amp, you can go with what everybody else uses, a 5150.
#4
Most modelling/digital amps dont take pedals kindly at all sadly mate, best idea's to fiddle as much as possible for your preferred sound but in the meantime look for a noise reducer and noise gate to stop that pesky feedback!

Or as Guitarislife125 said, upgrade and go for something evil like the 5150!
#5
its the amp, ive tried various pedals with my spider 2. the amp isnt made for pedals i guess.
#6
Aye I was looking at just ****ing it and upgrading, but I'm absolutely strapped for cash, isn't everyone?

Thanks for the advice and for the first poster I'm using full size humbucker's on all my guitars.
#7
Find the cleanest setting possible on the amp. Turn off all effects and modeling. Run the distortion into the amp. Should help.