#1
What distortion pedal would you suggest he uses?
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#2
Jcm800?
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#3
i've seen him play live with Mesa Dual Rectifiers
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#4
If you want to get his tone from a pedal, maybe a DS 1, or simply just use your amp's EQ and give yourself a HUGE mid boost with an EQ pedal
#5
Sometimes he uses Mesa.

Check Wiki, it has a list of what is known for his gear.

It changes from song to song/album to album, there's not one single one he uses.
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#7
Im not talking about an amp. I'm talking about a pedal. I heard ProCo Rats are good. is that true?
RIP Kurt Cobain 1967-1994

Guitar Gear:
Squier Jagmaster (killswitch, dimarzio super dist. &tone zone pups)
Digitech Rp80
Digitech death metal
Dunlop Wah

Squier Bullet


Bass:
Ibanez Sr305
Ibanez gio
Fender rumble 100
#9
Buckethead has used many amps, but in his most recent tours it has been the Mesa Dual Rectifier.

To TS, there really isn't a pedal out there that will give you a cranked mesa tone is what they are saying. I don't know what would be close, maybe the Zvex box of rock?
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