#1
i play blues to rock to metal and i was wondering what you guys thought would be the best distortion pedal and has the most tonal / style versitility. i dont really have a problem with buying pedals used and i play a fender strat w/ lace sensor pick ups w/ a humbucker at the bridge. preferabley under 200 is my price range. so which pedal do you reccomend?
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#4
intelligable answer^^^^. jekyll and hyde from visual sound. most versitaile ive ever played. 150$ tho
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#5
If you have a tube amp and a overdrive you can get almost any distortion as long as your tube amp isn't a fender or vox that is a more clean amp.
#6
its versaTILE ffs

you american lot just say it wrong. youre allowed to spell it right
Get off this damn forum and play your damn guitar.
#7
It's "versatile", by the way.
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#10
If you have a tube amp and a overdrive you can get almost any distortion as long as your tube amp isn't a fender or vox that is a more clean amp.


But Vox has a delicious overdrive!

(but to be fair, it isn't associated with metal)
#11
i have a peavey classic 30 and ill spell versatile how ever i want =P... does any1 have anything to say about the tonebone trimode?
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#12
Alright, you have a good amp to start with. A fulltone ocd or a cmatmods signadrive will give you lots of power with transparency, and fullnuess. A damage control solid metal is 50 more than the ocd, that is, if you want more versitility and a load more gain!
#14
Quote by Steve BP
But Vox has a delicious overdrive!

(but to be fair, it isn't associated with metal)


But you could always throw a tubescreamer infront of an AC30 to round out the son,
Then it becomes scrumdiddlyumptious.