#1
i love my one channel epi valve junior
it has fantastic cleans.
i do however wish it had a distortion
i am considering adding a few pedals to it to give it another channel
but am worried about the sound being too muddy
any suggestions/opinions?
#2
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i love my one channel epi valve junior
it has fantastic cleans.
i do however wish it had a distortion
i am considering adding a few pedals to it to give it another channel
but am worried about the sound being too muddy
any suggestions/opinions?


sorry, never played one, but ill eventually (probably not for another two years though) get a 5w tube amp for practice & so i can turn it all the way up. If I couldnt get a blackheart this would be my second choice.
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#3
which pedal depends on style of play.
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#4
just a standard distortion
mainly classic distortion i suppose...
but can it be done without being too muddy
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#6
yeah an od, similar to a tube screamer works well.
Jenneh

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#7
Look into Bitmo Mods. This guy sells these mods for Epi valve junior and a few blackhearts. You can get a mod with a three way voicing switch (Fender, Marshall, and Vox tones) and a boost/tone switch for $40-$50. It comes with instructions, so only a basic knowledge of electronics is needed. A good distortion pedal is like $60-$100.
#9
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no offense dude but you never seem to consider any opitions other than one and you never seem to give a reason
on topic whats your budget if any?
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