#1
whats the best pedal to get that overdrive /distortion sound that jimmy page has
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#2
Solasound ToneBender MKII.


(or was it color sound...)

i made one for a friend. it's bomb. i want one myself. it owns my tubescreamer clone or my fuzz face clone.
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#3
Tonebender clone is what you want. There are a lot out there, just look around on musictoyz or pedalgeek.
May I suggest a throbak stonebender?
#5
^awesome thing is, the tonebender works decently with solid state amps.

if it doesn't have a bad fizzy speaker, and has a clean sound, it works.
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#6
Quote by ECistheBest
Solasound ToneBender MKII.


(or was it color sound...)

i made one for a friend. it's bomb. i want one myself. it owns my tubescreamer clone or my fuzz face clone.


Then make one for yourself!
Ben
#8
Okay I'm not sure what you're going for, but I'm just going to guess Deluxe Reverb because I know you love those Fender cleans.
Ben
#9
i have a fender hot rod deville blues
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#10
Quote by muffinman123192
Okay I'm not sure what you're going for, but I'm just going to guess Deluxe Reverb because I know you love those Fender cleans.

and some kind of a british marshally (think aerosmith/deep purple) sound. peavey windsor maybe.
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