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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by madisonaudio, Aug 26, 2018.
This is it. A must have. Just sayin
@1:45 - bees!
settings get better as demo progresses
id say overall this got muddy at times
more of a pushed 80s rock/hair metal/ early anthrax drive than what “I” would call a modern metal pedal anymore
based on the demos alone if im buying a metal pedal Amptweaker or Diezel get my coin
so consider this a polite vote of dissent to your thread title. good clickbait though. got me to watch and comment
this is a good demo when he un-maxs the gain at around 2:10
The first setting is killer. If you can't get the sound you want out of this, go back to Boss pedals. Just sayin
I’ve got the Pu$$y Melter on order...
It would look cool on that carpet!
oh, so youre a shill? cool.
if you want to actually TALK about the pedal, feel free
I like Amptweaker pedals I have a fat rock. This guys tone is buried in mud
I'll talk with anyone who's qualified. Know anyone? Just sayin
He's playing that pedal through a Quilter amp and Gearman's miking is not the best and it still sounds killer. Run that pedal through
a good tube amp and it will kill most all other pedals you can mention
Personally I thought it sounded terrible.
1. The idea that this pedal can do the sounds that every guitar player in the world might want is ludicrous, no matter how good it may be.
2. Why insult Boss like this? They make many fine products.
Sounds like an abortion.
If you know of a Boss high gain pedal that sounds better I'd like to know what it is?
I’m using a DS-1X right now.
Not saying it’s “better”... but it ain’t bad!
Yuck, I only hear a few seconds and skipped up and a few more....sounds like a typical dirt pedal. Ya hear the tubby bass response? The thinner, super faint tone? Not clean and full like an overdriven amp. Not even as nice as the Dirty Shirley pedal I had. And I just dumped that because it couldn’t compare to a real amp’s drive.. That pedal is very ordinary..
Metal Zone sounds pretty good here to me.
Typical? Yeah, right
Very. Any typical dirt pedal can do that. If U can’t make it, go start practicing.
There is a big difference between sound and technique.