EFFECTS - Not just for breakfast anymore...

Discussion in 'Effects' started by vic108, Dec 18, 2004.

  1. vic108

    vic108 Well-Known Member

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    OK...

    Has anyone tried the following distortion pedals:

    LINE 6 DM-4 Distortion Modeler
    LINE 6 Tone Core Uber Metal
    Line 6 Tone Core Crunchtone
    MARSHALL GV-2 Guv'Nor Plus
    MARSHALL BB-2 Bluesbreaker II

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  2. paradox

    paradox Active Member

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    pedals, pedals!!!

    No I haven't tried these, but thanks for adding more to my list to try. Your suggested in one of my posts that I should get a pedal to push my amp. I do need to get an OD or Dist pedal but I am still in search of the holy grail pedal. At least I have come to a few conclusions: (after returning a new TS9 - not JRC version to MF).
    1. I can't find one I really like.
    2. I should just get something to use now, and buy the better one when I come upon it.
    3. I just started using my 22 year old MXR+ so I do even have one!!!
    4. Pedals will become like guitars for me, I will get PAS.
    5. I really wasn't any help with your post.
     
  3. CharlieB

    CharlieB Active Member

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    BB-2 yes - not bad. It goes beyond the somewhat mellow drive of a Bluesbreaker. Think of the original BB pedal as being able to do a dimed JTM-45 while the BB-2 doing more of a (dare I say it) Plexi sound. Not a true Plexi... just beyond what the original (and low setting BB-2) will do.
     
  4. vic108

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