#1
I've been pretty tight with my monies later, so I'mma thinking about getting myself a pedal before summer break, something around 120$. Hopefully, something that'll be fun to jam around with, although I play with some bands.

Anyways, I have a Fender Deville 420, a Carvin guitar, a bad monkey, a metal muff, and a vox wah, as well as a DA5 practice amp, as well as a decent mike for recording directly. What would you guys recommend looking at?

I've considered a Big Muff pi or a small clone, but the big muff seems like it has one sound that you either like or don't, without a lot of room to play around, and the small clone is almost too much, IMO (and chorus doesn't seem THAT necessary). Anyways, mention anything you consider worth looking at! Thanks
#3
Look into delay pedals, perhaps?

EDIT: Another cool one would be the Line 6 FM4, if you can afford one. It's got a bunch of synthesizer and envelope filter effects and it's probably the most unique pedal I know of.

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Last edited by stradivari310 at Apr 30, 2008,
#4
The octave pedal is a interesting idea!

Unfortunately, the FM4 is a little steep for me -_-