#1
Hi i own a Fender Lead III and a VOX AD30VT.
I want to buy a pedal to get that thick punkrock dist.

Such as the palmmuted part here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKOwGffqlbM
Here is what i sounds like today with my guitar and amp:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9Z9CGgtQFM

And get like this sticky sound when they start palmmuting at 0:24 ->
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM8EoD7ceIw

What pedal would you recommend... i have about 60-70 US $. I live in sweden so Ebayis not an option.. tips for models and brands would be nice

Cheers!
#2
having owned a Vox AD, I feel that it could probably get that tone on it's own.... look into some different eq-ing.
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#3
Quote by carniferous
having owned a Vox AD, I feel that it could probably get that tone on it's own.... look into some different eq-ing.

Having owned the same Vox AD, I'd aggree.
#5
There's a settings thread stickied. Also, consider that you're trying to replicate sounds created in a studio by professional recording engineers with your Vox AD30. Even Green Day probably doesn't sound like that live. Studio magic. Seriously, though.... you should be able to nail that almost perfectly with what you have.
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#6
Quote by carniferous
There's a settings thread stickied. Also, consider that you're trying to replicate sounds created in a studio by professional recording engineers with your Vox AD30. Even Green Day probably doesn't sound like that live. Studio magic. Seriously, though.... you should be able to nail that almost perfectly with what you have.
Could you or anyone link that thread please... sry but i don't know the forum very good
#7
It's at the top of the thread list.
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