#1
ive never tried it, but ive been offered the boss mt-2 for £30. Should i get it or should i save up for something a bit better?

btw im only 14 so im on a tight budget.

thnx in advance
#3
If you need it right now, I'd say buy it, I dunno if that's a good deal though as I don't know UK pricing on it. A lot of people will tell you that the MT-2 is a crappy pedal, it's decent, you just need to know how to EQ it or else you get a horrible fizzy trebly sound out of it. That being said, if you can save up a bit more and get a Metal Muff or something that'd be ideal. What amp do you have right now?
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#4
Hmm... I'd really need to know your style and gear to say for sure, but here's my opinions in general:
Good metal tone, especially for scooping.
Built like a tank.
Easy to use, gets great tones so long as you know what you're doing.
Mediocre bypass (sucks highs when off)

The bypass is my only real complaint. Others may disagree, so it's up to you. It's a good pedal though. If it's cheap, it probably couldn't hurt.
#5
ive got a roland cube atm but im probally upgrading soon. its distortion is ok but its not footswitchable.

and im in2 alot of music
ive already got a big muff 4 my grungy and rock sounds so now i need a metal pedal 4 when i play stuff like metallica.
#6
mt-2 for £30 is cheap, they sell new for around £60 in the UK for all those who were wondering. A friend of mine got the same sorta price for his and he hasn't regretted it at all.
#7
ive got it runing through my cube 30 atm, it sounds awsome. if u google for presets of it you can get it to sound heavy n thrash n **** really well
#9
It's rubbish, but you'll probably love it.

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#10
Why don't you buy it, and if you don't like it, sell it on eBay as new?
#11
£30 isn't that cheap considering it's £70 normally...

They go for like £15 on ebay last time i checked

and, im selling mine to a mate for £40 lol.
#12
http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/page/shop/flypage/product_id/17470


an extra £5 and leagues better. or save up a further £20 and get the metal muff
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