#1
how will overdrive pedals sounds with a ss 10 w amp
its a kustom 66 dart similar to the kustom dart 10fx
here are the specs:
RMS Wattage: 10 Watts
Speaker: 6.5"
Channels: Lead & Rhythm
Tone Controls: Low, Mid, High
External Speaker Jack: Yes, 1/4"
Headphone Jack: Yes
C D/Tape/iPod Input: Yes, 1/4"
Dimensions: 11.4H x 13W x 7.8D
Dimensions (mm): 245H x 279W x 160D
Weight: 9.0 lbs/ 4.1 kg
#2
it's really not worth it, save the money from buying the pedal and put it towards a new amp.
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#3
If it's not a modeling amp, it will sound fine - but it won't make your tone anything special.
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#4
yaeh just looking for a better sounding lead channel
mine sounds pretty thin and synthetic
looking for a warmer tone
#5
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yaeh just looking for a better sounding lead channel
mine sounds pretty thin and synthetic
looking for a warmer tone

It'll mimic the sound of an overdriven tube amp on the clean channel, it'll sound incredibly noisy and feed back like a bitch if you try to use it on the distorted channel though.
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