#1
I own a line 6 spider amp, and i only use the clean channel because i cant stand the others. i like to play blues and blues/rock, so i use a boss overdrive pedal for gain. I was wondering if I would be able to combine that pedal with another overdrive pedal for a boost when i play solos. Would it sound good or would it sound crappy?
#2
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I own a line 6 spider amp, and i only use the clean channel because i cant stand the others. i like to play blues and blues/rock, so i use a boss overdrive pedal for gain. I was wondering if I would be able to combine that pedal with another overdrive pedal for a boost when i play solos. Would it sound good or would it sound crappy?

you would get feedback

get an equilizer pedal
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#3
^No.

SRV, for example, used two 808's into his Twin or Super or whatever it was. There are a lot of good tones to be had cascading OD's into each other, but try the parings out before you buy anything.

Oh, and just so it's said, "save for a new amp", but I'm sure you're on that already.
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Yeah
For a spider, I think i found a decent tone for it, but i'm saving up for a fender blues reissue. It'll be a while though.
#5
Moddelling amps (in particular, the spider) don't take well to pedals other than EQ's, which isn't what you're looking for.
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#6
You can definitely get some cool sounds from multiple overdrives/boost pedals like right now i have my bad monkey boosting my metal muff and then my eq at the end for some really fat/heavy sounding stuff.