#1
I'm just wondering what are the pedals that I absolutely need to play Clapton style blues, and classic rock?
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#5
I suppose you could get a fuzz pedal and a wah.
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#6
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I'm just wondering what are the pedals that I absolutely need to play Clapton style blues, and classic rock?

I suppose this actually depends on what sounds you can already get out of your amp.
#8
Oh, I don't have any experience with that amp, but on a superficial level, I can imagine it'd be bluesy, haha.

Hmm, maybe a Tubescreamer? I'm not sure. I liked the idea of the fuzz too.
#9
i find that almost any distortion pedal works, you don't have to crank it up to number 10 all the time, i like just enough for a nice edge and a bit of sustain.
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#11
Thanks guys, I think I'll just buy a wah pedal and the Fuzzface pedal. I appreciate your help!
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#13
fuzz face, a wah, and an od ( depending on your amp) are all you should need for rock, blues rock, classic rock, and blues, maybe a little reverb, though a lot of it is in your fingers
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#15
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Tubescreamer and a wah.

What I would recommend as well.
#16
I have a Boss SD-1 overdrive and Rat distortion, also a Big Muff. That and a wah and you plenty to work with.

I use the overdrive and dirt pedals together, gives it more punch.
#17
Well, you don't neeeeed any pedals. Just six strings and a piece of wood to play the blues.

But for a nice classic style, a good OD, a fuzz and a wah come in handy.