#1
Is there any pedal I can buy that will help with shredding and tapping. Like should i buy an EQ or get a distortion pedal? I own a digitech DEath Metal pedal but it sucks, what should I do?
RIP Kurt Cobain 1967-1994

Guitar Gear:
Squier Jagmaster (killswitch, dimarzio super dist. &tone zone pups)
Digitech Rp80
Digitech death metal
Dunlop Wah

Squier Bullet


Bass:
Ibanez Sr305
Ibanez gio
Fender rumble 100
#2
Try just playing with your amp and see if you can get a good "shredding" sound out of it. I don't know exactly what you're looking for. String to string clarity? More distortion? More even notes? Even volume on the notes?
#3
I think a compressor would be nice for you.
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Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator
#4
an eq pedal is always a good thing to have on your board to sculpt your tone or to add boost.
#5
Im looking to get like buckethead distortion, like where i can Tap w/o having the buzz sound on my fret board..
RIP Kurt Cobain 1967-1994

Guitar Gear:
Squier Jagmaster (killswitch, dimarzio super dist. &tone zone pups)
Digitech Rp80
Digitech death metal
Dunlop Wah

Squier Bullet


Bass:
Ibanez Sr305
Ibanez gio
Fender rumble 100
#7
for tapping passages to sound more fluent or "skillful", you need a compressor.
the keeley compressor is my ultimate "cheater" pedal.
"Often it does seem a pity that Noah and his party did not miss the boat." -Mark Twain
#8
Quote by davebain27
Im looking to get like buckethead distortion, like where i can Tap w/o having the buzz sound on my fret board..


Technique and a better guitar.
#9
Whats a good cheap compressor? like around $100
RIP Kurt Cobain 1967-1994

Guitar Gear:
Squier Jagmaster (killswitch, dimarzio super dist. &tone zone pups)
Digitech Rp80
Digitech death metal
Dunlop Wah

Squier Bullet


Bass:
Ibanez Sr305
Ibanez gio
Fender rumble 100
#11
Quote by davebain27
Is there any pedal I can buy that will help with shredding and tapping.



No, you should just practice. Shredding sound comes from the player, not the equipment.
#13
Quote by davebain27
Whats a good cheap compressor? like around $100


A compressor is going to make the buzzing louder.
#14
You should really practice technique and make it sound better on your own...

But if you are looking for a pedal I say get a nice wah because it will mask your sloppiness and make you sound like a god!