#1
Im in the market for ne pedals im in a metal band so im looking for a new distortion pedal and probably a delay pedal, any other suggestions on cool pedals are and will be appreciated, greatly. but as for the delay i was looking at the boss dd-6 or 7
well whatever, feedback and suggestions please

thank you all
ben
Gear:
Gibson Explorer, Wine red Natural finish
Hughes and Kettner Vortex Black series, Half stack
Peavey Stereo Chorus 400
Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff
#3
metal muff?
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#4
the mega distortion is a waste of time & money IMO

look about, try some your interested in

Gibson Buckethead Les Paul & Peter Frampton Les Paul
Dean Razorback Slime Bumblebee
Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
EHX Memory Man/Hazarai
Digitch Whammy
Sovtek Straight 4x12
Herdim Picks
Laney Linebacker 50 Reverb
MXR Phase 90
#5
IF you have the money, the Seymour Duncan Twin Tube Mayhem distortion pedal is killer
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#6
No boss distortion. The delays are pretty good. What genres do you play? You could look into a metal muff if you play metal. Other than that though, you really just need a new amp. Other cool effects? Wah, phaser, tremolo, harmonizers, stuff like that. But first, new amp. You will be much happier
#7
i just got my amp refurbished and i like it alot i only have a boss ds-1 which is good it sounds good but its not enough
Gear:
Gibson Explorer, Wine red Natural finish
Hughes and Kettner Vortex Black series, Half stack
Peavey Stereo Chorus 400
Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff
#9
Dean Icon PZ
Line 6 Variax 700
Dean V-Wing
Dean ML 79 SilverBurst
MXR M 108
H2O Chorus/Echo
Valve Junior (V3 Head/Cab and Combo)
VHT Special 6
Phonic 620 Power Pod PA
Wampler Super Plextortion
Line 6 Pod HD
#10
If you want metal distortion you can't go past a Metal Muff.
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#11
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Well, there are very few good sounding distortion pedals short of expensive and botique


+1

The majority of distortion pedals on the market sound very harsh and digital.
#12
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IF you have the money, the Seymour Duncan Twin Tube Mayhem distortion pedal is killer


^^^^ That's why you follow this guy's advice and get this pedal. Tube driven heaven.
#15
what are good rock pedals or soft metal stuff
(metallica, judas priest, van halen, megadeth,)
also what effects do pantera use and black label society (besides the good ol cry baby)
#17
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what are good rock pedals or soft metal stuff
(metallica, judas priest, van halen, megadeth,)
also what effects do pantera use and black label society (besides the good ol cry baby)



An MI Audio Crunch Box would cover everything on the first part of that list perfectly.
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#18
the metal muff goes from nice dark metal tones to step on the top boost and get that classic metllica to pantera tone. a great pedal at a great price!