#1
i have the ds-1 one and want a overdrive but on top of that i dont like ds-1 so much so i whas thinking i want to but the jekyll and hyde and sell the ds-1
but i was also just considering buying a overdrive pedal so

1.buy the j n h and sell the ds-1
2.buy a overdrive(plz say which one)
3.something complete different

i playing a gibson les paul through a marshall dsl-401
Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Parker Nitefly with SD Hotrails and JB Two Tone

Amp
Marshall dsl 401

Effect:
Boss DD-6
EHX Big Muff
Last edited by bc-rich-lover at Oct 21, 2007,
#2
well the ds-1 is a distortion pedal not an overdrive, if you want to replace it a jekyll and hyde would be nice.

First it would help to know what amp, guitar and/or any other gear that you use.

The nice thing about the jekyll and hyde is that it has distortion and overdrive, and i heard it sounds pretty damn good too. So you can have both in one pedal.
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#3
Quote by ICANSEEYOU7687
The nice thing about the jekyll and hyde is that it has distortion and overdrive, and i heard it sounds pretty damn good too. So you can have both in one pedal.


Truth.

The J&H is a great pedal. It'll easily handle your OD and distortion needs.
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#4
If you sell the DS1 you will not get a whole lot for it, probably lose at least half. I would just keep it for a different distortion or a backup, or trade it to a friend for something you like.
#5
Do get the Jekyll and Hyde. Maybe mod ur DS-1, but i kno ur not made of money. Id find a friend to sell it to. at least theyll give u more than $15 for it.