#1
which of the three would give a sepultura gone job for a cowboy distortion?
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#2
Metal muff has a pretty "tight" sound, but with some EQ adjustments you can get some bass end out of it. I use it for my band, and were not really metal. I'd say it would do the job.

I frown upon the other two pedals.


The Digitech DF-7 can deliver some HEAVY LOW end, much required for this kind of music.

Our new guitarist uses one, and also used it with his old band that played the genre you want to play.
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#3
i have metalcore and you can get Job For A Cowboy no problem. It comes with a wide variety of sounds so that's great. you will need a good amp though
#4
I would try all of them, the Metal Muff is the overall best sounding pedal, but it is very mid and treble focused, with not as much bass as the other two, and that sort of music requires a lot of bass, what amp are you using?
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#5
im thinkin metal muff. i have one. its great.
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#6
The best pedal out of those is without a doubt the Metal Muff.

But, I suggest you get a new amp instead of wasting money on cheap pedals that won't make the MG sound much better.
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#7
I don't know if the Metal Muff can get quite that heavy. You might be more content with the Metalzone or Metalcore honestly.
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#11
i am getting a new amp in about a month so screw the MGs and thanks for the contributions
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#12
my bud played the metalcore through my jcm2000 and it sounded good...get a tube combo though..and ya,screw MGs
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#13
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#15
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i am getting a new amp in about a month so screw the MGs and thanks for the contributions

Well if you're getting a new amp, I'm hoping it's not just another oversized practice amp. If it isn't, you shouldn't be looking at distortion pedals, but rather, OD pedals. Most distortion pedals become useless once you get a good amp.
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#17
metal muff !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#19
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Screw a pedal
Put more money towards your new amp.


or, if you actually cant afford a new amp, but want a beter sound, get a metal muff ;-)
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#20
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or, if you actually cant afford a new amp, but want a beter sound, get a metal muff ;-)


That's just a quick fix and won't help in the long run... and the TS said he was getting a new amp.
#21
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That's just a quick fix and won't help in the long run... and the TS said he was getting a new amp.


personally i dont see the metal muff as a quick fix... i think its a bona fide source of distortion... especially thru a valve amp...
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#22
This thread is almost 7 months old...
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#24
And the topic isn't relevant anymore because the TS got a B-52 AT-212
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#25
might be relevent to others...

i sometimes forget to check dates on here and dont see any harm in posting in an old thread anyway
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#26
It's against the rules to bump a thread this old.
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#27
whatever flips yer giblet.

i just realised, not even my bad... the post b4 mine was recent.

if it really bothers you, ignore
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