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Im currently using a 115 watt amp ( I won't tell you make or model ), and there is not enough gain on it is there a pedal or something to boost it? The only solution I have found are EMG-FK (20db gain boost).
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Im currently using a 115 watt amp ( I won't tell you make or model ), and there is not enough gain on it is there a pedal or something to boost it? The only solution I have found are EMG-FK (20db gain boost).


Sounds like you need an OD Pedal. If you aren't telling us, does that mean its an MG?

Try out some different Tubescreamers and that kinda thing.
#3
...it's an MG. Don't add a gain booster to your guitar, get a new amp. Either that, or get something like an MXR Disortion + or III pedal to put in front of it.
#4
wow i wasnt aware that any MG has 115 watts? who makes amps that has 115 watts anyways? and if its a solid state dont buy an overdrive pedal it will sound bad, buy a good distortion pedal
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wow i wasnt aware that any MG has 115 watts? who makes amps that has 115 watts anyways? and if its a solid state dont buy an overdrive pedal it will sound bad, buy a good distortion pedal


Well my Spider II is 120 watts, and 2x10. And they make a 150 watt 2x12 version. And a 150 watt head.
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i know they make 120 and 150 watt amps but 115 watts is quite unusual.

i think he's looking at the input power...
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...it's an MG. Don't add a gain booster to your guitar, get a new amp. Either that, or get something like an MXR Disortion + or III pedal to put in front of it.


+1

Even then, it'll sound terrible going infront of an MG's distortion.
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You would help YOURSELF a lot if you tell us your make and model. Even if it's an MG or Spider or something, then we can advise you accordingly. A lot of us on UG - whether we like to admit it or not - have been down that road before, myself included.

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well, assuming said amp is the MG on your profile, you need a distortion pedal. try out the EH Metal Muff. avoid the Boss Metal Zone.

-and if its not the MG, just tell us. you'd be better off being made fun of by 3 dicks on UG than to buy a product that wont sound good.
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Im currently using a 115 watt amp ( I won't tell you make or model ), and there is not enough gain on it is there a pedal or something to boost it? The only solution I have found are EMG-FK (20db gain boost).

It's a 100 watt amp, and you can't really boost it unless you want it to sound even worse than it already does. Best thing to do is get a stand-alone distortion pedal to use on the clean channel.
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