#1
hey,

i just ordered a metal muff pedal off the net and i was wondering what everyone thinks of them?


i played around with it in the shop recently so i decided to get one


views, opinions?


much appreciated
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#3
I love mine on my valve amp, but think it sounds a bit thin on a solid state....
#4
What amp you planning to run it through?
Also, generally you look for feedback on something BEFORE you buy it.
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#5
yea i think theres no point of buying a great pedal if ur playing it through a tiny solid state amp. but it seems pretty decent, better than MT-2 no doubt
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#6
yeah it's pretty good
i'll give it 7/10, probably the best metal distortion pedal there is, far better than a digitech death metal, or a boss mt-2
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#7
It's the best cheap metal distortion pedal out there (the z.vex box of metal has it beat slightly , but it's way overpriced) I use it on both my tube amp and my SS amp, and it performs well on both, but it sounds amazing on my tube amp.
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#9
there's quite a bit at high volumes
but any distortion (especially metal distortion) pedals will give you some feedback
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#12
I never have major feedback problems with it, and use really hot pups too, it's too big of a problem if you remember to mute the strings and/or roll back your guitars volume when you aren't playing. and this is when I use my 120 watt stack cranked.
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#13
also get the isp decimator if you need a suppressor/gate
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#14
Yeah I have one. I get a really good Creeping Death Metallica tone with it. It will give you tons of feedback at high distortion if you don't have the right stuff to correct it. But overall its an awesome pedal. I have a crappy 20W solid-state and as long as you have the bass and mids past 5 It will sound really good.