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Pezi J. Baumgart...
post Apr 18 2008, 01:05 PM
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As you may have noticed, i'll buy a Gibson les paul studio wr gh. Until now, the only thing i used was guitar --> simple all in one effect --> amp. thats what i want to change.

My question: is it better to buy all effects seperated in pedals?

Of course i would like to use a tube amp and so on... i mean those long boxes on the speaker... sorry for my crappy explanation^^

please help me to find the right eqipment for a fine rock/metal gear. maybe you can bring some examples!

here's a list of what I think i need (always expandable by YOU)

1. Wah-Wah
2. Distortion/Overdrive
3. Chorus
4. Phaser
5. Delay

last question: What would be the right order to connect all those things?

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post Apr 18 2008, 01:06 PM
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I'd say an EQ pedal is very important for a metal act. Especially if you have more than 2 soloists.

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Ivan Milenkovic
post Apr 18 2008, 03:13 PM
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Yes it is always better to buy pedals. But be carefull what pedals you buy, there's a wide choice for everyone and they are not universal. I recommend Boss for a good starter platform pedals of choice.

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post Apr 18 2008, 03:22 PM
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Loose pedals are better then a multiFX, but if you've never played with effects, maybe it's good to try something out. If you get a cheap MultiFX (Korg AX3G around 30$, with an expression pedal (AX5G) is around 60$) you can just try all the effects, and then get loose pedals. It's just because maybe a pedal is what? 50$?? and a (cheap) multiFX is the same money for more. It's just some less quality.

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post Apr 18 2008, 11:37 PM
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pedals is good to buy but if you buy a multible effect processors let say from boss or roland like
ME 8 or GT6 or GT8 thats good and profesional

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