#1
how necessary is a foot pedal and if i should get one do i get a simple one function or a multiple function pedal
#2
What kind of sound are you looking for?
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#4
No offence, but if you don't know what a foot pedal is, you probably don't need one. But they are all sorts of sounds. Distortion, echoes, delay pretty much any sort of sound you can think of.
#5
Id get a multi-fx to figure out what ur gonna use and not gonna use. Then get a few singular fx pedals. But do at least get a distortion pedal if u ever use it.
#6
foot pedals aren't necessary at all for just a straight up distorted sound. you can get it from your amp but could use a footswitch to change channels. now if u want different effects and your own original sound to dial in then foot pedals are a much needed part of your tone
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#7
A distortion pedal would be what you'r looking for. An Electro-Harmonix metal muff (Lots of distortion) runs for about 90$. A Electro-Harmonix Big Muff run for about 50-60$. There are many more begginer pedals, for cheaper, but EHX is your best bet.
#8
you're best buying a multieffects pedal first
i did that, it was good
but when i bought my distortion pedal, it didn't work with the multifx pedal, it was like doubledistortion, not that nice!
but its worth it, and its definately a good thing to have to go recording with
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#10
i prefer to get a lot of simple function ones it leave space for what ever you want u can easily sell one pedal if u get tired of it
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