#1
a really nice thick, clear crunch distortion...

what effects pedal could i get to get this sound?

i play through a VOXAD30VT


Gear:
-Tokai Les Paul Custom w/ Seymour Duncan Custom Custom & Pearly Gates
-Westfield B200
-Ibanez GRG170DXL

-VOX AD30VT
-Fender MD-20
-Marshall MG15DFX

Dunlop Cry Baby
-Digitech RP70
#3
ayee i have done!
and i love that tone!

i just want it to be a bit more thicker!


Gear:
-Tokai Les Paul Custom w/ Seymour Duncan Custom Custom & Pearly Gates
-Westfield B200
-Ibanez GRG170DXL

-VOX AD30VT
-Fender MD-20
-Marshall MG15DFX

Dunlop Cry Baby
-Digitech RP70
#4
well vox have a pedal developed with joe satriani. its just out this month i think its called the satchurator. apparently its the ultimate distortion pedal or so they say
Gear
Schecter C-1 Hellraiser
Fernandes Ravelle Deluxe
LTD EX-400BD
LTD EC-1000
LTD V-500
Zoom 707II Pedal
Vox Satchurator Pedal
Dunlop Cry Baby Slash
Marshall MG100DFX...
#5
Quote by Felgate
ayee i have done!
and i love that tone!

i just want it to be a bit more thicker!

Buy an EQ pedal then, you don't need an outboard distortion
Actually called Mark!

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#9
Quote by al112987

At what point does the thick, clear and crunchy sound begin?

I'm also aiming for a sound that I'd describe as thick, clear and crunchy, but its totally different to this. I'm thinking something like Opeth. It's not crystal-clear, but it sure is thick. Stuff like Laney's and Marshall JCM800's
#11
Quote by sashki
At what point does the thick, clear and crunchy sound begin?

I'm also aiming for a sound that I'd describe as thick, clear and crunchy, but its totally different to this. I'm thinking something like Opeth. It's not crystal-clear, but it sure is thick. Stuff like Laney's and Marshall JCM800's


Its definitely thick and crunchy sounding. That amp is hauling some serious ass, just not over saturated.

The OP needs to give an example of what he's talking about, because as the guy above pointed out, we all have different opinions of what "thick and crunchy" mean.