#1
Hey all,
I tried searching this, but it didn't work too well.

Anywho, I own a BC Rich bronze series warlock with a Dimebucker at the bridge, and an NJ warlock with Seymour Duncan Blackout active pickups, which I run through a 10w BC Rich practise amp at home and a 300w 4x12 Laney cab at band practise/gigs.

I want to get a decent multi fx pedal, and a distortion/overdrive pedal in the not to distant future which will work well with my current set up.
Without spending a heap of money, is their any pedal which has both the multi fx and distortion/overdrive?
If so, any suggestions? Actually, any suggestions what so ever would be tops as the amount of pedals on the market scares me.

Thanks.
Josh
#3
How do you run directly into a cab?

I'd go for a new amp personally. Any decent pedals through a 10 watt bc rich amp isn't going to get the best out of them.

Maybe look at some modelers.
http://www.music123.com/Roland-Cube-60-Guitar-Amp-480197-i1145267.Music123

But otherwise, a pod or a Vox Tonelab.
#4
Quote by beckyjc
How do you run directly into a cab?

I'd go for a new amp personally. Any decent pedals through a 10 watt bc rich amp isn't going to get the best out of them.

Maybe look at some modelers.
http://www.music123.com/Roland-Cube-60-Guitar-Amp-480197-i1145267.Music123

But otherwise, a pod or a Vox Tonelab.


Obviously I have a head too . Laney something or rather, lemme get back to you.


DiMeTiMe:
I looked at RP-50's, seem very nice for the price. What sort of expression pedal do you have?

Cheers.