#1
Well , I'm looking for good, versatile distortion pedal under $200.

It has to be versatile, yet lean towards metal and be good for metal.

I've been told Krank Distortus Maximus, but I don't know.

They're are just a lot to choose from, metal muff, metal master, metal zone, heh..

I play mostly thrash metal but I need versatility
Gear:

2004 PRS Swamp Ash Special
Peavey Valveking 212
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Line 6 UX2
#2
Try the twin dist. from boss, loads of types in a twin pedal, OS-20 or Od-20 I think, look it up anyway.
#4
Quote by aaciseric
Try the twin dist. from boss, loads of types in a twin pedal, OS-20 or Od-20 I think, look it up anyway.



looks confoozin
Gear:

2004 PRS Swamp Ash Special
Peavey Valveking 212
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Line 6 UX2
#5
the ME-20 is perfect for metal i found
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#6
I bought a danelectro fab metal pedal. its only 15 buxx but it is really easy toget awesome tones out of it.
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#7
Quote by Rizzo228
the ME-20 is perfect for metal i found



looks even more confoozin
Gear:

2004 PRS Swamp Ash Special
Peavey Valveking 212
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Line 6 UX2
#8
Gear:

2004 PRS Swamp Ash Special
Peavey Valveking 212
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Line 6 UX2
#9
Quote by PopPunkPotHead
try the visual sound jackell hyde pedal as it has versatility and does metal

jackell and hyde is a great idea
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#10
confoozin?
my word what a ridiculous 'txt speak' word. You're not even shortening the word to save yourself the effort of typign a whole word!

Argh...Anyway, metal muff or Rocktron Silver Dragon imo
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#11
Quote by Yngwi3
confoozin?
my word what a ridiculous 'txt speak' word. You're not even shortening the word to save yourself the effort of typign a whole word!

Argh...Anyway, metal muff or Rocktron Silver Dragon imo



ya because I'm not lazy I just felt like misspelling confusing sir
Gear:

2004 PRS Swamp Ash Special
Peavey Valveking 212
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Line 6 UX2
#12
Quote by itgoesto11
I bought a danelectro fab metal pedal. its only 15 buxx but it is really easy toget awesome tones out of it.

he has around $200. why would he buy that?
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#14
AMT DT-2. I got one and can get any tone I can think of really. It's got 3 different circuits (amps), and each has 3 "channels" (a switch for clean, high gain, and hot-wired). The 3 amps are California (mesa like), British (marshall), and Tweed (fender). Also, there is a "mic" switch that lets you shape the sound more by choosing a "mic position". Theres classic, center, and off axis. Plus the pedal has a built in cabinet emulator that sends a line level signal so you can plug the pedal directly in to a mixer/computer/recorder/poweramp and use it as a preamp.

Here's a link to the pedal with some sound clips.
http://www.pedalgeek.com/cgi-bin/new_shop.cgi?config=&uid=RVwq4wAA1213980615&command=link--amtd
Price is $145.

Also, I did a DI recording of it to demonstrate it's cab-emulator. The clip is available on my profile page.
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#15
Quote by mogar
AMT DT-2. I got one and can get any tone I can think of really. It's got 3 different circuits (amps), and each has 3 "channels" (a switch for clean, high gain, and hot-wired). The 3 amps are California (mesa like), British (marshall), and Tweed (fender). Also, there is a "mic" switch that lets you shape the sound more by choosing a "mic position". Theres classic, center, and off axis. Plus the pedal has a built in cabinet emulator that sends a line level signal so you can plug the pedal directly in to a mixer/computer/recorder/poweramp and use it as a preamp.

Here's a link to the pedal with some sound clips.
http://www.pedalgeek.com/cgi-bin/new_shop.cgi?config=&uid=RVwq4wAA1213980615&command=link--amtd
Price is $145.

Also, I did a DI recording of it to demonstrate it's cab-emulator. The clip is available on my profile page.


guitar center doesn't have it, and I'd rather not buy stuff off the internet . I'm looking for stuff guitar center has because I'm going there saturday.
Gear:

2004 PRS Swamp Ash Special
Peavey Valveking 212
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Line 6 UX2
#17
I've heard good things about the Jekyll and Hyde pedal as well. Don't worry about complexity of the pedals, you'll learn even the most intricate ones in a matter of days. Complication is a good thing, it means there is alot of opportunity for depth and variety from the pedal.

I have also heard good things about the rocktron silver dragon and the Metal Muff
#18
Quote by aeliustehman
guitar center doesn't have it, and I'd rather not buy stuff off the internet . I'm looking for stuff guitar center has because I'm going there saturday.


Then just test them out when your there... Doesnt matter what we say its what you like tone wise...