#1
How do the metal muff pedals react with tube amps? My style is metallica, and will be using a valveking 112. Should i get this or go with something else. Ive also heard the tube screamer was good but i just need your opinions.
#2
There are some good videos on EHX site in case you haven't already checked. To me, they sound quite 'dry', ie. not much mid-bass. Could probably be solved by EQ'ing though.

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#3
You shouldn't need a metal muff witha valveking. supposedly they do thrash well on their own but all you should need is a OD to push it to Metallica
#5
Quote by mcrfobtai
You shouldn't need a metal muff witha valveking. supposedly they do thrash well on their own but all you should need is a OD to push it to Metallica

all lies, you have been talking to fan boys lately.
yes a metal muff would be great in a metal muff. but with great distortion comes a great amount of time eqing it to you liking cause it can do so many sounds.
#6
Quote by convictionless
all lies, you have been talking to fan boys lately.
yes a metal muff would be great in a metal muff. but with great distortion comes a great amount of time eqing it to you liking cause it can do so many sounds.

What?

Anyways yeah i hear pedals work best with tube amps and the metal muff is good. It should be fine. But you could try it out.
#7
Quote by convictionless
all lies, you have been talking to fan boys lately.
yes a metal muff would be great in a metal muff. but with great distortion comes a great amount of time eqing it to you liking cause it can do so many sounds.

hmm, really don't think it should need a metal muff to do metallica. I can get some good thrash tones out of my Classic 30 with an od boost.