#1
basically the story is this. i thought i blew my amp the other day at practice... but after close inspection i realized that all the nasty muffle and rasp is coming from my effects unit. i have a zoom 606 multi effects all in one thing. its always been great. i was playing on a 30 watt amp pretty loud (playing with drums). is this the reason it has broken? or could it just be faulty? also it looks like im gonna be buying a new effects processor.. any suggestions would be great! i play metal and i need a balls to the walls tone (either an analog unit or a good multi-fx unit will do)
#2
I had the same issue with my original RP100 digitech.... wow that was a long time ago......
Essentially, the power adapter wasn't working properly ..... and voila, gross, obscenely loud noise.
I've bought, sold, and traded more gear than I care to admit.
#4
if you want a good multi... the utopia prophecy or something among those lines is great and only two hundred...


if you want a distortion pedal then i need to know what amp you have
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#5
im sad to say i have a spider II. but im going to be upgrading after september to something loud enough for small gigs etc

edit: i found the rocktron utopia on musiciansfriend. looks pretty good
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#6
^thats what its called... but i would upgrade the amp first, then replace your pedal
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you are my new hero cause i do the exact same thing but i suck at it

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Orange Rocker 30. Best Marshall ever

epi firefly dsp 30, epi sg, big muff
olp five string, peavy max 158
#7
well pedal has to come first so i at least have some tone on what i got. il be buying a new amp in the summer so thats not too far away