#1
I'm just a casual player and I don't gig or anything ... but I am a little unsatisfied with how I sound through a Boss DS-1 and my pathfinder. I've heard that overdrive pedals are best used on Tube amps ..... but would a TS-7 sound decent even through a Vox Pathfinder 15?
#2
I've never had experience with the TS-7, but the TubeScreamer is an incredible line of pedals. I have the Maxon-OD808 and it is simply awesome. Gets that tube power tube saturation right on, with the boost it gives.
#4
But go try one out before you buy one.....see if you like its characteristics. They aren't for everyone.
#6
I'm not doubting the quality of the TS-7. I was just wondering if putting it through a solid state amp instead of a tube amp would compromise the sound greatly.
#7
Ohh. I'm unfamiliar with VOXes so I did not know it was a SS. Umm. Won't sound as good as through tube, but if your looking for a more smooth overdrive and not distortion sound it should please you.
#8
might sound alright actually. from what i can remember (i took mine apart, lol, and i don't have a tubescreamer anyway), the pathfinder took pedals pretty well for a solid state amp.

best bet is to try the amp with the pedal in question, if at all possible.
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