#1
what pedal shuld i get to run with my tube amps distortion on to get a little more distortion or gain but without to much od i was thinkin the maxon d808 any ideas
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#2
A maxon would be perfect; I run one in front of my Laney and it's gives me just a little more gain and tightens the sound up perfectly.
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#3
Tubescreamer? Also, How the hell do you have a '78 LP Studio? LP Studio's weren't made until 1983.
#4
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Tubescreamer? Also, How the hell do you have a '78 LP Studio? LP Studio's weren't made until 1983.

cus i typed in the wrong year lol
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#5
maxon made the tubescreamers for ibanez, get a maxon, i just ordered my modded one from analogman
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#6
a maxon od808 will add some crunch and clarity to your gain, without screwing your tone up. an ibanez ts9 would probly work too, and i've heard good things about the bbe green screamer.
#7
Maxon OD-808 is amazing for adding a little gain and tightening up your sound.


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