#1
w/ $$$ from my halo guitar and my new job, i was gonna save for a new amp, but i figure for now ill just get a pedal, so plz recommend a good dist. pedal for stuff like avenged sevefold, atreyu, bullet for my valentine, metallica etc....

also, would a compressor pedal ( i think thats wat its called) b worth buying?
(Main)Gear-v
Jackson Dinky DKMGT
PRS SE Paul Allender
Peavey 6505+ 112
Last edited by seizetheday1103 at Mar 30, 2008,
#3
metal muff is really good
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Boss TU-2
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try anything form avenged sevenfold


wtf?
#4
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metal muff is really good



1st pedal i have saved on my comp
(Main)Gear-v
Jackson Dinky DKMGT
PRS SE Paul Allender
Peavey 6505+ 112
#6
Metal Muff. What kind of amp do you have?

Yeah I'm dumb. Nevermind. Yeah save for new amp

BUT, if you really want a distortion pedal, I'd still say the metal muff
#7
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Honestly, just keep saving for the amp.


but i really dont think i need a bigger amp at the moment. im not in a band, i dont jam w/ friends too often. rite now im still undecided but i just want sum options
(Main)Gear-v
Jackson Dinky DKMGT
PRS SE Paul Allender
Peavey 6505+ 112
#8
I would suggest the Amp, buuut thats not what you asked.

I like the Boss Mt-2 its pretty tight. maybe a metalcore? haven't played them but you could give it a shot.
#10
Quote by seizetheday1103
but i really dont think i need a bigger amp at the moment. im not in a band, i dont jam w/ friends too often. rite now im still undecided but i just want sum options


The suggestion of a better amp is all I've read thus far--not necessarily "bigger." And I would agree.
#11
I think using a distortion pedal with a Marshall Bee Box would just add more bees. If I were you, I'd keep saving for a new amp.
#12
How much did you get for the Halo guitar?
I'd suggest an amp, if its less forgiving than the MG you'll notice mistakes you didnt notice before and improve before you start noticing them when you're with a band or playing live.