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Jamesito
post Feb 29 2008, 02:18 PM
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Hey guys,

I just finished reading Ivan´s review for the marshall blues pedal which was really informative! I have been looking for a Blues pedal for a while but I can´t seem to make the commitment to buying one, I have been looking at the DigiTech Screamin Blues pedal which sells on ebay for about 28 pounds including delviery. The reviews I have seen on the internet have been positive but before making a purchase I would like to know if anyone here has that same pedal or has experience in using it or maybe somebody can reccomend a good blues pedal. It would be used with a Marshall MG30 DFX which has good overdrive anyway but I feel the pedal would give my playing better tone control.

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post Mar 1 2008, 12:33 AM
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biggrin.gif anyone? hahahaha is the blues that unpopular these days?
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post Mar 1 2008, 12:36 AM
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Try this. theres even a video demo and sound clips. boss is really good, but so is digitech, you cant go wrong with either one.


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post Mar 1 2008, 12:48 AM
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Thanks dude!!! the demo was awesome, I knew about both the boss and the digitech, i would sa the boss sounds a little more my style, on full gain it sounds like hendrix style blues, awesome... they are a little more expensive than the digitech though, but i will see what they sell for on ebay XX Chers Dude!!

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post Mar 1 2008, 01:00 AM
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Maybe check out some Xotic pedals. They a cost a few bucks but get rave reviews. If I had a Marshall and wanted some blues boost I would try one of these for sure. Google there site and check it out. They make several different ones. Here is the one I like. An old Tube Screamer would be great also.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiW22O914Cg


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post Mar 1 2008, 04:31 PM
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I would consider buying an original vintage TubeScreamer, or blues driver if you don't have the money for TS. Everything else is not so good for the blues and mixing with your amp.


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