#1
i want a pedal that can go from a hendrix fuzz to a pantera distortion and anything in between

either that or do i need more than one pedal?
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#2
Metal Muff maybe?
#4
the metal muff wont give u too much "fuzz" but it will give awesome OD and crazy distortion. i own it and i love it. well worth the money.
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#5
a metal muff sounds great, but if you want something that sounds great, you'll need the flexibility of multiple pedals.

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#7
i have dunlop cry baby wah and DF7 from digitech...... that combo can make a lot of different sounds....... including the two you mentioned i believe
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#8
Maybe a TurboRat or the Rat2?
I played one before and it is pretty versatile, goes from smooth overdrive to all out buzzy distortion, that filter knob works wonders.
#10
i dont have alot of money to spend, so if not the metal muff, which is in my price range what about the nano metal muff and the nano muff, distortion which can be dialled down to overdrive and fuzz which can be cranked to overdrive, both together i can get for around the same price as the normal metal muff
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#12
That's pretty sad if you guys consider the Metal Muff to be the most versatile distortion pedal.
#13
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That's pretty sad if you guys consider the Metal Muff to be the most versatile distortion pedal.

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#14
read my post about the nano pedals please
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That's pretty sad if you guys consider the Metal Muff to be the most versatile distortion pedal.

I was thinking the same thing. I don't think you can get an ultimate distortion tone without using a few pedals.
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#17
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How about Damage Control?


how about reading my post about not having alot of money for the pedal(s)?
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how about reading my post about not having alot of money for the pedal(s)?

how about not acting like a jerk to someone who's trying to help you ?


*note to self*: how about actually contributing to the thread ?
#19
sorry man but i did specify that i didnt have alot to spend and those damage control pedals are expensive
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#20
so im better off with 2 pedals then?
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#21
DF-7 fromi digitech has a nice eavy distottion and good for lighter stuff ftoo.
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#22
i think im gonna go with the nano muff and nano metal muff. 2 pedals- specific tones, good reviews, not too big, perfect price and i can try them out in a local shop
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how about reading my post about not having alot of money for the pedal(s)?

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#24
The nano pedals don't sound as good as the full size pedals to my ears. I'd go with the originals and pay a few bucks more, but that's just me. Let your ears decide.
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#25
well, the digitech distortion factory is very versatile, the problem is that it doesn't sound very good.
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#27
ubermetal? and that can nail fuzz tones and clapton style overdrives?
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#29
why do people keep posting without thouroghly reading what i post? thanks to the good suggestions but seriously.

also is it better for more than one pedal then? cos i think im gonna get the nano muff and nano metal muff
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#30
why not try the OS-2 you might like that
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#31
Sell most of your gear and buy a Mesa F-30 and a fuzz pedal.

Vox Valvetronix do NOT handle pedals well. You have a load of stuff you probably don't need. So just sell most of it and try to pick one of those up along with a good fuzz pedal, and you can get all the tones you want.

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#32
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Maybe a TurboRat or the Rat2?
I played one before and it is pretty versatile, goes from smooth overdrive to all out buzzy distortion, that filter knob works wonders.


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#33
Check out the Jekkyl and Hyde pedal you can only get them used now but its like a Tube Screamer and a DS-1 in one pedal.
#34
Have a look at some of the Tech 21 stuff.

The Tric-AC has 3 different gain stages that allow to get a huge array of sounds from the one pedal. From SRV/Clapton Blues to Dual Rect type Distortions.
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