Metal Master - Heavy Metal Distortion reviews— 30 total
30 user reviews of Metal Master - Heavy Metal Distortion by DigiTech
It is really good for other kind of stuff and mainly modern metal.
I've been playing for about 3 years and still haven't come across a pedal like this.
I have been playing for 5 years and I researched the pedal before buying it.
If this were stolen or lost, I'd probably get this, rather than a Boss metal zone.
Is one of the best variants for heavy-metal, power-metal, thresh-metal, death-metal.
However, it fits much better with 70's and 80's lighter rock, as well as Black Sabbath, Candlemass and similar.
If I lost it I would definitely get one again.
When I wanna chug/shred, this pedal seems to nail it on the head.
It has a very clear sound no matter how high the level is, and always creates an interesting sound.
I've been playing for about 1.5 years, and I own a Jackson Professional and a custom hand-made guitar, a Vox...
I've been playing for a year, two hours everyday, and I've loved music since 1st grade.
The controlled feedback setting is perfect for punk, and the tour of hell option gives an amazing metal tone.
I don't use the MM for blues tho, obviously.
It is well suited for pretty much any metal or hard rock or modern rock.
The amps I've used are: B-52 AT-212, Crate VTX30, Marshall MG100DFX, Crate GT15, Behringer V-Amp 120W Head, and a Peavey...
It's a great practice and jam pedal, but it falls short when it comes to live use, just because of...
Arch Enemy, Metallica, Megadeth, Children Of Bodom, ect.
I have been playing for about 5 or 6 years and this is by far the best pedal I have...
I have been playing for about 2 years, and own multiple guitars, mostly using my Gio for it's versatility.
I've been playing for about a year and a half, and I have a DigiTech RP-50, a Dunlop Crybaby for...
I've been playing for about 2 and a half years.
I have been playing for 8 years and I own a Paul Stanley Apocalypes a G And L Tribute, a...
I've been playing for about 2 years and I own a Fender DSP 65 and a Crybaby Wah-Wah Pedal (which...
Somewhat universal for alot of types of music, punk players stay away.
I play metal and this is the only pedal I need.
I've owned a lot of different guitars and basses.
I'm self tought, never taken any lessons what so ever.
I play heavy metal, nu metal, and rock with this pedal (rock get a Tone Driver) this pedal is the...
I also own a Jackson Dinky which is even better for that metal sound most artists look for.
Even though they are two different styles, the X-Series Metal Master is excellent for both heavy metal and hard rock.