#1
I'm looking at the mxr zakk wylde over drive pedal to play though my crybaby, boss ds 1 pedal and possibly a boss blues driver pedal.

Is there any sense in this or will it be justifiable when I already have a ds1 in the line up?
#4
Well then it's a waste of money buying the pedal. Get a better amp.
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Well then it's a waste of money buying the pedal. Get a better amp.


Even though i'm not in a band and just enjoy noodling around?
#8
Yeah, because an amp is more than 60% of your tone. Spending money on expensive pedals is just a waste. They will never sound very good anyway.

May I ask what you play? You might be able to buy a cheap tube amp for that price.
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#9
No. It makes no sense to have to use 3 distortion pedals at once to get a "decent" distorted sound.

Get a better amp, pronto.
#10
and plus, the zakk wylde pedal is more of a lead booster pedal. i got it when it was $80, now they're asking $100 and i really don't think it's worth it, considering mine blew up.
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