#1
i was just wondering if ppl think i should get an EQ pedal.
i hav an epi les paul and a vox ad30 so is a EQ pedal necessary and will i get a better sound?
#2
as said, a new amp will do a world of good for your sound.
If you think you need an EQ or your amp doesnt have one on board then get one.

Not every rig needs an EQ pedal but I will say this, if you get one go with one of the MXRs
#3
An EQ can add some versatility to a rig, but you'll be fine if you don't have one.
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#4
Its worth a try and an EQ pedal is always useful for future rigs. You may want to go the cheapest route and get a Danelectro Fish n Chips, which actually works quite well.
#5
Quote by moody07747
as said, a new amp will do a world of good for your sound.
If you think you need an EQ or your amp doesnt have one on board then get one.

Not every rig needs an EQ pedal but I will say this, if you get one go with one of the MXRs


Or if you're in the UK where MXRs cost literally twice what they do in the States, the Fish 'n' Chips will do the trick.

I found that an EQ pedal really brought my Valvetronix to life, made it bearable to work with.
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#6
i'd say get the fish and chips, and if its still rubbish, get a new amp and keep the dano anyway
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