#1
I think I might get a new distortion pedal. I currently own the MT-2 MetalZone pedal but I'm feeling its lacking something. I don't know maybe its punch but anyways anybody have any suggestions?
#2
what kind of amp do you have?

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#3
Yep, that pedal definetely lacks punch.

Metal muff is IMO, the only passable "metal" pedal in it's price range.
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#4
Quote by ltmusicman
I think I might get a new distortion pedal. I currently own the MT-2 MetalZone pedal but I'm feeling its lacking something. I don't know maybe its punch but anyways anybody have any suggestions?

It's lacking the ability to sound good - what amp you got?
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#5
Lol well as of right now I'm borrowing my friends Marshall MG lol don't flame I know it's bad. But I'm going to be getting a Randall Half-Stack soon
#6
well, you shouldn't need anything to help with the punch of your Randall. I say sell the metal zone and throw some cash together to buy a noise gate, either a boss ns-2 or isp decimator.

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#7
Metal Muff
Guyatone Metal Monster
Tonebone of some sort

If you get a Randall head you would probably only need an EQ pedal.
#8
ok thanx. I'm not very well educated in the ways of pedals so I'll look around here. There should be a thread thats dedicated to just pedals so ya.
#9
Use the natural distortion of an amp, use an overdrive too boost it if you need more gain.

It all depends on the kind of amp your going to get. Getting a halfstack then running a distortion pedal into the clean channel for your dirty tones is ****ing pointless to me.
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#10
Quote by jerm__
Use the natural distortion of an amp, use an overdrive too boost it if you need more gain.

It all depends on the kind of amp your going to get. Getting a halfstack then running a distortion pedal into the clean channel for your dirty tones is ****ing pointless to me.


Lol I agree. Plus I hate having to always change the batteries for this pedal
#13
Damage control and don't get a solid state randall unless the G3 there nice
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