#1
So after many google searches, and search bar attempts, I've come up with nothing


I have a Dean Markley micro amp, and was wondering if there is anyway to mod it to get more distortion/gain out of it.
thanks
#2
Danelectro FAB overdrive
$15 dollars.
Buy one.
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#4
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+1


Haha, with all that gear I don't see why you'd want to use that..

I'd say it's comparable in breakup sound and tone to an ibanez tubescreamer, less mids, more bass, but it still works well.
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I'd say it's comparable in breakup sound and tone to an ibanez tubescreamer, less mids, more bass, but it still works well.


Oh, sorry, the kudo was for you, but the comment was for him - I mean, look at his gear!
#6
+1 get a pedal
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Just got a splinter playing my guitar...
#7
i mean if you can find the distortion circuit inside, depending what type of distortion it uses. if it uses diodes you can do things like using germanium diodes instead, and/or adding asymmetrical clipping. Which is two diodes in series with one in parallel...

but the easiest thing to do would be to get a pedal...
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#9
Then start switching diodes.
It becomes a challenge, then a quest, really quick.
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