#1
I know that a lot of guitar players use lots of pedals, but i was wondering what type of pedals you should have to be a metal/shred guitar player.
#2
depends on what amp you have. I hate getting distortion from a pedal
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#4
Reverb,Delay, overdrive/boost and other modulation goodies if desired.
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#6
if you have a nice amp already
maybe a diferent distortion
a delay
a flanger
a EQ pedal for tone shaping
and a nice wah
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#7
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depends on what amp you have. I hate getting distortion from a pedal

You've never used a Toneczar Openhaus then.

All I ever use for metal is delay and an EQ pedal.
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#8
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You've never used a Toneczar Openhaus then.

All I ever use for metal is delay and an EQ pedal.


no i haven't, but pedal quality is quite irrelevant to my dislike of distortion pedals. I just always prefer using my amps natural distortion instead of relying on an overpriced botique pedal.
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Shredhead's advice is the best in the thread.


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