Grunge reviews— 56 total
56 user reviews of Grunge by DigiTech
I play other stuff too and this thing would never ever work for that material.
It's good for hard rock (including, yes, "grunge"), metal, punk and hardcore and useable but not ideal for dirty blues.
I have been playing for four and a half years, I know gear pretty well ( turning into a gear...
I thought it was the coolest pedal in the world.
I've been playing for over 4 years and I have also play this pedal with an Ibanez RG120 and a...
This is th eperfect distortion pedal for that range, because it's not too in-your-face if you don't want it to...
The pedal meshes together with most of my genres, but jazz and blues is where it falls.
But this pedal is definitely satisfying when it comes to playing heavy alternative rock music like Nirvana and The Smashing...
I play with a Vox V847 Wah been playing for 6 months now and it works very well with it.
This pedal is called "grunge" but it does the job for metal well.
I really think it's a bad ass pedal if you're into punk music especially.
The DigiTech Grunge can produce exactly the kind of high-frequency wall of fuzz that I needed.
You can really rock with it. But if you need normal, straightforward distortion, like I said before get a DS-1.
I have been playing for a few years now and the pedal is still in great condition.
And I'm so glad I traded it with that sucker for that weak ass Hot Head pedal.
I love how it's built like a brick, I hate bricks.
This pedal is a good match for them all.
I've been playing for about 2 years now, playing for approximately 1-2 hours a day, however I still own just...
Right now I use a Boss MT-2 and it can get you a closer Grunge sound than this pedal.
The Grunge is almost perfect for that. While it is quite often maligned on the forums, I can say that for what I paid and what the conversion rate is, I call it a steal.
I've only been playing for a month or two and this is my first pedal ever so I can't compare...
This pedal does a good job amplifing the pinch hamonics and stuff, but it doesn't quite have enough distortion in...
Metal, this pedal definitely has down, and along with a good Overdrive and wah you'd probably be set.
If I had to I would buy it again I am happy with my Grunge pedal.
I started playing 4 years ago and the effect I was using before this one was the Behringer X V-AMP.
I have been playing for 4 years and I own Boss ME-50 which is a multi effects unit that is...
I've been playing for 3 years and I have a 77 Fender strat and a starter Ibanez it sounds better...
I've been playing for about 1/2 years now and I own another foot pedal metal edge and it's not that...
I was just dissappointed with the ammout of noise and hiss, and the lack of usability of the EQ.
This pedal can dial in some pretty nice blues lead tones, some killer southern rock solo riffs, and some down...
Might be one of the best purchass I've every made.
I have been playing for almost 4 years and my some other pedals are a Dunlop Wah, a DigiTech Bad...
While I may be a bit byist because I play mainly Grunge on this pedal, it is actually quite adaptable...
This will be my 3rd year playing guitar, and I don't plan on replacing this pedal anytime soon.
It fits perfectly into my style of playing (heavy metal, Grunge, etc).
I play heavy music so it is perferct for the sound I need.
it's good for some Alice in Chains, but really good for Nickleback and Nirvana.
If it was gone, I would feel like my arsenal is incomplete and buy it again.
This pedal is just for metal, and on a certain setting for classic rock.
I'm not going to get into what would happen if someone stole it, because that could be considered incriminating evidence...
I've been playing for about a year and a half now, and this was my first pedal.
This pedal can achieve all the levels of distortion that I could ever hope for.
I have been playing 3 years and this is the first pedal I've had and I don't think I will...
This is a good match for any type of music, I would change nothing about this and I suggest that...
Really. I've been playing for about a year and a half now but don't think I'm some crappy poser.
I've been playing for over 2 years and also own a DigiTech Multi-Chorus and GNX-4.
I bought this pedal because for 1, it had the word Grunge on it, and it was cheap in price.
I have been playing for 5 years and I also own an LP 100 and a Crate 212.
If you have one of these already, then enough said.
I have been playing for just a little over a year and have tried several different distortion pedals, but this...
This pedal is well suited for all but Jazz music.
It's perfect for Grunge music and ok for metal.
I have been playing guitar for around 2 years.
It is also very good for Nirvana, or Metallica, or any rock that is non-hardcore.
I'm not into playing other band's stuff just in my own band.
This pedal is the definition of rock. I've been playing almost a year now.