#3
if you get a good amp you dont really need a pedal.

if you are looking in the $300 range and like metal, i suggest you check out the roland cube series.
this amp has effects. doesnt really work well with pedals. but the tone you're looking for should already be there.

i find the metal muff works best with tube amps. i have this pedal and have used it with tons of amps. and it sounds much more natural with tube.
Jenneh

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#5
ok so i should get a decent metal tone and be able to jam with a loud drummer with an ad30vt-xl and no pedals?
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#7
^ yes
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#8
tho i like the roland cube 30 better.
Jenneh

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#10
You should have bought your amp first...you might buy one and find that it has great stock distortion and you dont even need the muff
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