#1
im looking for a good metal pedal that costs around 100$.

gear:
amp - Roland Micro Cube
guitar - Supreme Guitars Les Paul

btw this will be my first pedal

thanks
#2
That's why you don't spend all your money on a Les Paul Supreme and use what change is left on an amp. Even a LP will sound like ass through an ass amp.

You know, everyone talks sh*t on the Boss MT2 Metal Zone.

Personally, I loved it.

Though honestly, you're using a processing amp - it's all gonna sound weird through a Micro Cube.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

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#3
is supreme guitars a brand?
or is it a gibson les paul supreme

if you have a roland cube i dont recommend getting a distortion pedal.
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#4
Since you have learned to deal with using a micro cube you can learn to deal with the distortion it puts out. A pedal wont really make it any better... Fizzy and buzzy may come in different flavors but it will always be fizzy and buzzy.
#5
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That's why you don't spend all your money on a Les Paul Supreme and use what change is left on an amp. Even a LP will sound like ass through an ass amp.


Im afraid Supreme guitars is a brand, and i got their les paul model (costs like $320)


anyway so a pedal is not recomended for me with my amp? or is micro cube bad, and i should get a different amp and also a pedal?
#6
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Im afraid Supreme guitars is a brand, and i got their les paul model (costs like $320)


anyway so a pedal is not recomended for me with my amp? or is micro cube bad, and i should get a different amp and also a pedal?

Ah. My bad.

I'd say get a better amp. ANything you play through a cube is still gonna sound like the cube.
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#7
Quote by and3nlol
Im afraid Supreme guitars is a brand, and i got their les paul model (costs like $320)


anyway so a pedal is not recomended for me with my amp? or is micro cube bad, and i should get a different amp and also a pedal?


Its a good practice amp, but if your unhappy with the distortion built in a pedal will not help. Also pedals dont work well with modelers.

If you want good distortion your going to have to drop a few hundred on a decent amp.