#1
Now I just need pedals. The amp I have decided on is the Peavey Valveking Royal 8.
I was thinking about getting a multi effects pedal because I want some more gain for metal and some effects like reverb, chorus, delay. My budget is around 100 - 150 USD. Should I get a multi-effects pedal or just get 2 pedals(OD pedal for metal and Chorus pedal)?
Guitars
Douglas WRL595, ESP LTD EC-50, 60's Partscaster
Amps
Peavey Valveking 112 w/Vet30
Pedals
Fender Starcaster Chorus ,MXR Classic Overdrive, Artec 8 Band Equalizer, Digitech Hardwire Delay
#2
Get a multi-fx but I would save and buy a good one. like the Boss gt-8 or gt-10
#3
Quote by False_God
Get a multi-fx but I would save and buy a good one. like the Boss gt-8 or gt-10


I don't think I can save for a better one because I'm getting it for my birthday and my parents can only spend so much.
Guitars
Douglas WRL595, ESP LTD EC-50, 60's Partscaster
Amps
Peavey Valveking 112 w/Vet30
Pedals
Fender Starcaster Chorus ,MXR Classic Overdrive, Artec 8 Band Equalizer, Digitech Hardwire Delay
#4
look for a used gt-8.
since the gt-10 is out, you can get lucky and find one around 200.
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#5
take that money and the money you were gonna spend on the amp, and get a Valveking 112, much more worth it

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#6
Quote by Awaken
take that money and the money you were gonna spend on the amp, and get a Valveking 112, much more worth it


I don't need an amp that loud. Mainly for practicing and jamming sometimes
Guitars
Douglas WRL595, ESP LTD EC-50, 60's Partscaster
Amps
Peavey Valveking 112 w/Vet30
Pedals
Fender Starcaster Chorus ,MXR Classic Overdrive, Artec 8 Band Equalizer, Digitech Hardwire Delay
#7
I was looking at the Korg AX5G. Is it any good? Maybe instead of the Valveking I go with this amp?
http://used.guitarcenter.com/usedgear/details.cfm?listID=104760128
I'm not sure if it's the combo though.
Guitars
Douglas WRL595, ESP LTD EC-50, 60's Partscaster
Amps
Peavey Valveking 112 w/Vet30
Pedals
Fender Starcaster Chorus ,MXR Classic Overdrive, Artec 8 Band Equalizer, Digitech Hardwire Delay
#8
i'm not going to knock the Flextone cause i've never played one but I'd go back the Valveking idea and personally I think my Digitech RP250 is a great little starting multi pedal for $150.

not the greatest tone on earth here but maybe better than what you've come up with so far.

http://www.guitarcenter.com/DigiTech-RP250-Guitar-Multi-Effects-Pedal-103952149-i1168302.gc
#10
Quote by Leat
Get it while you can. They're more than 250 here. That thing is all you'll ever need.


Is it the combo though?
Guitars
Douglas WRL595, ESP LTD EC-50, 60's Partscaster
Amps
Peavey Valveking 112 w/Vet30
Pedals
Fender Starcaster Chorus ,MXR Classic Overdrive, Artec 8 Band Equalizer, Digitech Hardwire Delay
#11
id say get a used ME-50 its a pretty solid multi-pedal, and you just gatta try out that delay, it sounds awesome.