#1
I was wondering if using a distortion pedal on top of another would sound any good. For example, i already have a Metal Muff and was thinking of buying a MI Audio Crunch Box to use as an overdrive/distortion for less heavier things. would this sound good? If it doesnt ill just get the Tube Zone.
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#2
the metal muff has the top boost... thats basically what the crunch box would do to it if you added on top of the muff.
#4
tube zone is great but it isnt that heavy other than that it is a lovely pedal, um crunch box by it self is better than the metal muff, and is one of the best distortion/overdrive pedals i played
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#5
ok if i take the "on the top of the metal muff" out of the picture, which would be better for milder stuff like steve vai, satriani, etc.?
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ok if i take the "on the top of the metal muff" out of the picture, which would be better for milder stuff like steve vai, satriani, etc.?


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#8
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The Top Boost on the Metal Muff is a joke and it's NOT what the Crunch Box would do.


I second that, i hate the top boost, its horrible for Solos, and i wonder why anyone would want to use it for that, and i prefer riffs without disgustingly bright top ends anyway.
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