#1
I searched and found nothing.

I need a distortion pedal for under a $100. What is the best out there? I play rock, hard rock, and I guess some punk...if that matters.

And no, I am not gonna but a new amp.

I play an RG350DX and us a Crate GT...something amp 120 watts 2x12.
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#2
How about this Marshall pedal, says it emulates that Marshall crunchyness. even has sound clips

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Marshall-JH1-Jackhammer-Metal-XL-Pedal?sku=150332
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#4
Quote by Moose45
I searched and found nothing.

I need a distortion pedal for under a $100. What is the best out there? I play rock, hard rock, and I guess some punk...if that matters.

And no, I am not gonna but a new amp.

I play an RG350DX and us a Crate GT...something amp 120 watts 2x12.


The big muff:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/ElectroHarmonix-Big-Muff-Pi-DistortionSustainer-Pedal?sku=153300

Combines distortion and sustain. I'm getting one as soon as I can (I have played one though)
#6
I would always reccomend you try some pedals before you plunk down money, with the exception of a few pedals that are kinda industry standards (Boss DS-1 for generic distortion, for example).
Quote by C_Miller
The big muff:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/ElectroHarmonix-Big-Muff-Pi-DistortionSustainer-Pedal?sku=153300

Combines distortion and sustain. I'm getting one as soon as I can (I have played one though)

This is a good pedal, but it's more of an obcene distortion or fuzz, it's not really a bog-standard "distortion" box. That specific version, the Russian one, has a tendacy to be a little unreliable, and a little unique from pedal to pedal.
I'd give a shot at a Boss DS-1 if you're up for something simple. Also try out an MXR M-104, and an Electro Harmonix Metal Muff.
#7
can't find a distortion pedal for under a $100?

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/navigation?N=100001+5&Ntk=All&Ntt=distortion+pedal&Nty=1

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/navigation?N=100001+6&Ntk=All&Ntt=distortion+pedal&Nty=1

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/navigation?N=100001+7&Ntk=All&Ntt=distortion+pedal&Nty=1

those 3 lists have about 92 of them combined.

i rocommend tubescreamer for bluesy/rock stuff, ds-1 if you like leads and a alright rhythm tone, and metal zone for alot of distortion, and an mxr if you like indie(i like these things, thats me). I guess middle of road rock stuff might be the rat co pro thing, my friend like the boss blues driver, big muff is more vintage rock stuff
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