#1
What is a good pedal, to get a "perfect" sound for punkrock music, when i have a Roland cube30x ?

Ive only managed to get perfect sounds for metal and hardrock on my amp alone.
#2
there isnt really a perfect tone for punk, different bands all have different tones , just try out pedals and find the one you think suits punk the most
#3
i think a good old DS-1 would do the trick
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#5
use whatever "british" distortion setting the cube has on.
and put the tone knob up high, but not all the way (like 3 o clock)

you dont really need a pedal
but if you insist, id say the DS-1 also
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#6
Im gonna go ahead and vote for the DS-1 too.
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wont help much, but this thread reminded me of this sh*tty pedal I bought when I started playing back in '96


EDIT: it sounded nasally and, needless to say, I didn't get much use out of it. it sounded almost exactly like the intro to Linoleum by NOFX
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#8
Don't put the DS-1 in front of the cube. In general, distortion pedals into solid state amps sound like crap. Just play with the Cube until you get the tone you want...
#9
Quote by FireItUp714
use whatever "british" distortion setting the cube has on.
and put the tone knob up high, but not all the way (like 3 o clock)

you dont really need a pedal
but if you insist, id say the DS-1 also


the cube has 8 different modelings, the only 2 that get a good distortion sound, is metal stack and r-fier stack, but both of those are more for metal and hardrock music. So i think im gonna check out the DS-1
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Quote by Jaekae
the cube has 8 different modelings, the only 2 that get a good distortion sound, is metal stack and r-fier stack, but both of those are more for metal and hardrock music. So i think im gonna check out the DS-1


those settings are for whatever the f*** you decide to play with them

If you want to replicate those "lo fi" punk sounds then just buy an EQ pedal and use it to knock out a load of frequencies.
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