#4
They aren't bad. The best of the bunch is OD. The others are a bit bland and fake sounding.
#6
Plastic.
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Great list Rutch. On re-reading this one I'd have to say Solid State means not liquid or gas.

I figured it out.
#7
My freind had one of those. For the price it was okay, but if you want a metal pedal that is good in the long run, get a Electoharmonix Metal Muff.
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#8
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They aren't bad. The best of the bunch is OD. The others are a bit bland and fake sounding.


I've heard the chorus is rather excellent as well.....
#9
I have it and for a metal beginner does the trick. Have enough low end but is very cold and digital sound. Too trebly for warm-shreddy solos and i don't think it could be better than the Roland Cube 15X. I have the Microcube and the R-fier setting blow 9E+50 times the pedal.

However, i have some audioclips of the pedal if you want to check that out: http://amlc.dmusic.com/music/ Look for the "master of puppets intro" clip.
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Digitech Bad Monkey
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