#1
hey guys! need some help deciding on a distortion pedal that gives a a7x sound. Thanks
#3
lols well i have a gibson lp standard and a marshall mg which i shoud be replacing soon lol
#4
I believe A7X uses Bogner Uberschall amps for the heavier sounds. That's a tough tone to re-create w/o spending a lot, but if you state your location & budget, there's a lot of folks here who may have suggestions to get you close to that tone.
Unfortunately, the MG won't.
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#5
I wouldn't waste my money on a pedal for the MG if you're going to replace it soon. Get a decent amount saved up and buy yourself a good tube amp.
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#6
Go and buy a tube amp right away.
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I wouldn't waste my money on a pedal for the MG if you're going to replace it soon. Get a decent amount saved up and buy yourself a good tube amp.

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Don't waste your savings on an MG- save for a better amp
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#8
lmao
gibson les paul standard through an MG

a seymour duncan invader would be a good start

how bigs your budget?

i'm presuming quite large considering you have a lp standard?

i heard the use krank amps...
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lmao
gibson les paul standard through an MG

a seymour duncan invader would be a good start

how bigs your budget?

i'm presuming quite large considering you have a lp standard?

i heard the use krank amps...


Yeah, LP Standard though an MG roffles my copter. *ahem** New amp. Don't start stacking OD pedals in front of an MG, not worth your time and money. Really, the guitar you have isn't the bets for A7X, but you can make it work a bit better tone wise by putting in a high output Duncan pickup like the Distortion or JB. IMO, the Invader is far too muddy unless you're an extremely clean player. Also look into a high gain amp, like a Peavey 6505+ or Mesa/Boogie of some kind.
#11
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I don't think they use Bogner anymore. They are using Mesa Boogie Triple Recs now.


Nah, I read an artical in Guitar World mag with the dude who helped them produce their latest album, and he said they used Bognor for recording.
#12
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Nah, I read an artical in Guitar World mag with the dude who helped them produce their latest album, and he said they used Bogner for recording.


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#15
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i have a gibson lp standard and a marshall mg

don't you mean epiphone lp? nobody who owns a gibson would disgrace it with an mg. NOBODY!
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don't you mean epiphone lp? nobody who owns a gibson would disgrace it with an mg. NOBODY!


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