#1
Is this considered a good overdrive/distortion pedal?

will it work nicely with a Blackheart little giant half stack or any other 5 watt tube amp?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGgGBtbWxRs

i can get any(almost) pedal i want for half the price, if you got any advice on good pedals around 250 euro that would be good
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Last edited by Jaekae at May 15, 2008,
#2
cool! that sounds like it'd be done decent pedal. especially for any 5 watt tube combo/ministack you're planning on getting.
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#3
no one got any other advices ?
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#4
The Seymour Duncan stuff seems pretty solid from what I've seen. I've never seen much worth in valve driven overdrive pedals, there just aren't enough tonal benefits to warrant carrying round a custom power adaptor. You'd be better off with a Visualsound Jekyll And Hyde, BBE Green Screamer, MXR Overdrive+, T=Rex Moller, Maxon OD808 or whatever else takes your fancy...
#5
^ i would agree if you are building a pedalboard.

if you just want the one pedal. the SD pedal seems like it'd be great
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#6
i will get a bad monkey also for the less heavy music, and thinking of the SD mayhem for the metal and hardrock,
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