#1
Ive been looking at a lot of different distortion pedals lately, but I just cant decide which one is best for me. I like to play with a lot of distortion on my own, like metal, but i also play for my church so i need one that will be able to have low distortion as well. I also dont want it to make too much noice when i turn the gain up. Any Suggestions?
#2
what amp do you have?
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#5


http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Visual-Sound-V2-Series-V2JH-Jekyll-Hyde-Overdrive-and-Distortion-Guitar-Multi-Effects-Pedal?sku=150481

it'd do well if you have good gear. two effects in one. also..you can wait a while and see how much Vai's Jemini is going for and try it out. It's also a pedal with two effects in one.
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#6
and that wont give you the low crunch that you need for your church?
just get a big muff pi, really nice fuzz effect or metal muff since your into metal.
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#7
yea i was looking at this pedal a lot. the only thing is the price range. but i guess the distortion will be the most used pedal on my board, so why not spend the extra $.