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I need a chorus pedal, phaser, wah, metal distortion, and possibly reverb and my limit is $600.
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I'd check out a B-52 AT112 if I were you. They have a real nice metal tone, and I'm sure you could roll the gain knob down to get a classic rock sound.


^Btw, he's using an Ibanez Toneblaster practice amp.
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thatll do it, except maybe check out the Vox wah

How about the crybaby?
#9
with $600, you can do better then a Peavey Vyper. What types of music do you play and what is your playing environment?
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How about the crybaby?


personally, i prefer the Vox much more, but thats because it works with my style. nothing against the crybaby. try em both, see how you like em
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Such as with me, the vox is more of the "classic rock" kind of wah and doesn't always take with a lot of gain.
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with $600, you can do better then a Peavey Vyper. What types of music do you play and what is your playing environment?

I play metal and classic rock and I usually just practice i n my house but I am going to play in an auditorium type place soon.
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hrmm ok, give me a sec to give a bunch of links. You can get a new amp + some effects with $600. Also, what kind of metal are we talking about?
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#14
Quote by Ghold125
Such as with me, the vox is more of the "classic rock" kind of wah and doesn't always take with a lot of gain.


oh god yeah, the vox sucks with high gain. but i never use very high gain, so im golden
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Quote by dude9521
I play metal and classic rock and I usually just practice i n my house but I am going to play in an auditorium type place soon.

Definitely new amp time. Any sounds in particular you're aiming for? Metal and classic rock is a pretty big tonal spread.
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hrmm ok, give me a sec to give a bunch of links. You can get a new amp + some effects with $600. Also, what kind of metal are we talking about?

Like Avenged Sevenfold and Children of Bodem.
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