#2
It's not a good pedal for playing anything. For Power Metal, I think a heavily overdriven sound will be better than solid state distortion. What amp do you have?
#3
metal zone is good, u just cant get a good overdrive sound. metal zone has alot of sustain when u have the distortion up
#5
Never use a metal zone. I was at a jam with my crate palomino and bad monkey OD, then another unplugs the overdrive, puts his MT-2 between the guitar and amp, then nearly makes me cry. I'm still apologizing to my poor tube amp.
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#6
I think a DS-1 would sound good if you fiddled with the settings
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#7
Most pedals that have the name "Metal" in their name are undesirable to guitarists who have even a moderatly developed ear for tone.

But if you can't afford a $1500 all tube halfstack or combo, try out an EXH Metal Muff. Only solid exception to the "no metal" rule.
#8
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hi, i was just wondering how to post a thread?

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and USD is equal to how much in US dollars?

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Everyone must own a DS-1 at some point in their playing career.

^^idiots