#1
Which pedal? Which Pedal?

There are so many to choose from!

I want something that gives me a light to medium distortion

Something in the region of Paramore, Fall Out Boy and Red Jumpsuit Apparatus?

I basically want a distortion pedal which can be used for other things rather than all out metal, i have others for that

Helps appreciated guys

Ryan
#3
EHX Big Muff
Ibanez RG321MH (Air Classic/Tone Zone)
Fernandes Telecaster (Twang King/stock bridge pickup)
Blackstar HT-20 (Scumback 55 speaker/ Tung Sol tubes)
TC Electronic Nova Repeater
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#5
I have the Zoom G2.1u and I'm pretty happy with it. It has a good selection of amp models and can seem to do anything from mild to wild distortion. Price was pretty good too.
#6
Quote by MaXiMuse
The Big Muff is a Fuzz so I wouldn`t recommend that. The Boss pedal wich has an overdrive and distortion, that`s a good choice I think



I think you mean the DS-2.
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#7
Dont go big muff(its a GREAT pedal...but not what you want at all). Might i suggest something from Righteous Tones? look at the audio samples at righteoustones.com to see if thats what your lookin for
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#9
Quote by SSL27
I think you mean the DS-2.

no, he means the OS-2. It has a colour control to blend between overdrive and distortion. the DS-2 is not a distortion and an overdrive, its an all-out distortion pedal, but theres also the turbo setting which makes it sound like you've boosted the pedals standard distortion sound with an overdrive pedal.
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