#1
Are distortion pedals best to be played through a clean channel on a amp or through a distorted setting. I would imagine that if you did it through a dirty sound it would sound horrible. Also is there mush point in getting a pedal if you spend lots of money on say a marshall amp, or would u best to just get a distortion pedal and use any old amp for the clean to play it though? thanks
#2
it really depends on what tone you're after, and what the pedal and amp in question are...
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#3
Yeah, +1 to what Dave said.

If you're amps distortion is pants then you might choose to use it on the clean channel so it is your main distortion, others choose to layer it on top of their distortions, etc.