#2
I like to play all kinds of hard rock, blues, but i also like to play classical clean type music.
Why are you using EMGs then?

Anyway, an FX pedal probably isn't a great idea but it depends what amp you're using now. Are you planning on gigging or is this strictly for practice/jams?
#3
well i bought a zoom g2 wen i had been playing that long and damn it has served me well, if you dont like the presets you can edit them to your perfection i would go with that, i play mostly hard rock but i alsoplay somevai stuff and metallica along with GNR and AC/DC
Quote by Tatersalad1080
do what jimbleton said


^ i did something good!!

Quote by tjhome28
This.


^ to something i said!

☭UG Socialist Party ☭
#4
Just goto GC and play all the different AMp's. for $350 bucks I would go with a Marshall or a Line6 you definitley dont need a FX Pedal all the little digital amps have everything you need for jamming low volumes for practice etc...
#6
dude seriously get a ZOOM G2 it is awesome i gig with it and i love it and it wont break it is built like a tank
Quote by Tatersalad1080
do what jimbleton said


^ i did something good!!

Quote by tjhome28
This.


^ to something i said!

☭UG Socialist Party ☭
#7
Not a bad deal then! At that price range, I'd say the Roland Cube 30 is one of the best digital amps going. The Vox AD series has nicer tones, but isn't so good for heavy styles.

Ibanez makes an all-valve practice amp called the ValBee which is designed to work well for high-gain playing, and is the same price as the Cube, near enough!

It sounds much better than the Cube or Vox, but doesn't have any built-in effects etc so you'd want to get a POD or similar for versatilty.