#1
so i think its time to get new pedal... but wanted distortion so was thinkin ehx metal muff... but some say that the podxt have awesome distortion and can also record and have alot of other effect, and i can get et alot cheaper used than the metal muff,
so i looked trough the used gear in denmark and here is what i found on the subject.

Ehx metal muff (most expensive)
line6xt
Line5 pod2.o(cheapest)


sorry if its you cant understand it but im pretty bad at english
Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Parker Nitefly with SD Hotrails and JB Two Tone

Amp
Marshall dsl 401

Effect:
Boss DD-6
EHX Big Muff
#2
The Line 6 pod modellers sound pretty crappy straight through the amp unless you're going through the effects loop. They sound pretty cool through a P.A.

The Metal Muff sounds good plugged in front of the amp though.
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#3
thx for answer .... but6 plz some more answers
Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Parker Nitefly with SD Hotrails and JB Two Tone

Amp
Marshall dsl 401

Effect:
Boss DD-6
EHX Big Muff
#4
Tonnes of people here have commented and reviewed the metal muff.
Some like it, some don't.

I bought it off ebay, then sold it on ebay again.. Just wasn't heavy metal enough for me.

IMO, its thin, sounds nothing like the demo file out there on the website, and its not as much of a distortion pedal as it is a fuzz pedal.

Please try it before you buy!
#5
Wow, the metal muff is that expensive? Usually the XT costs about 3 times the Metal Muff, I believe. Anyway, I think the XT might be better for you if you want to record with it. It's great for that. I think you can get decent distortion sounds out of it too, but be warned - it might take a LOT of tweaking to do that. The Metal Muff is more straight-forward, but some people like it, some don't.
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#6
you have a decent amp, get decent pedals, not some digital multi F/X crap.

+1 to metal muff
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#7
^Plus one for stevo
If you have a good amp, don't fool around with crappy modelers.
So, go for the muff.
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#8
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you have a decent amp, get decent pedals, not some digital multi F/X crap.

+1 to metal muff


The PodXT is far from crap.

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^Plus one for stevo
If you have a good amp, don't fool around with crappy modelers.
So, go for the muff.


It's kind of funny... for whatever reason you guys consider the PodXT to be crap, yet I consider the Metal Muff to be crap. The Metal Muff is one of the most unreliable pedals. The majority of UG makes it out to be the 'best' pedal and hype it up to be something it's not.
#9
I thought the DSL's had pretty good distortion? Maybe get an OD, tubescreamer or something?
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