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Re: distortion pedal advice

Rat family = Marshall guv'nor. The best for me: Boss Metal Zone and Sans 
GT2 ( both can run together with a Sans Amp Tri OD with gooood results). 
OD it's gooooood to warm old'n'goods distortions.Good drive!!!
----- Original Message -----
From: Michael Tuminello <m1cha3l@earthlink.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 1999 9:11 PM
Subject: OT: distortion pedal advice

> Hey all -
> I know this is completely unrelated, but I thought I could benefit from
> collective wisdom of the loopers.
> I'm looking for a distorion pedal.  I have a Danelectro overdrive, but I
> feel like it may be too warm a sound, and I have some feeling that it
> be adding a lot of noise to my signal.  Then again I'm not sure, because 
> live in electro-magnetic guitar hell (I get the radio over my amp
> - it's hard to concentrate when Barbra Streisand starts singing through
> your amp).  I'm really more into a more metallic synthetic grit than a
> fuzz.  I'm particularly a Prince fan, but you could think NIN, Duran
> vs. the warm fuzzy classic rock sound.
> I'm thinking something in the RAT family.  I've heard good things.  Or
> maybe I'm just missing something as far as amp/tone/pedal settings go 
> Danelectro pedal has high mid and bass knobs).
> Any opinions?
> Michael