rearrangingbeds said: Hey, right now I play a fender '72 telecaster through an orange bass amp and loads of pedals. I'm thinking about getting a new amp and can't choose between the fender supersonic 22, hot rod deluxe, or Dr. Z m12. I am mostly a pedal player who likes slightly overdriven tone with a lot of delay for indie rock type stuff. Which amp would you recommend?
If you mostly play clean and want something that’ll add just a little dirt in your tone you should go with the Hot Rod. The Supersonic seems like it’s meant to be used with a bunch of fuzz in conjuction with it’s naturally high levels of saturated gain, and the Dr. Z M12 is kinda just a really great clean tone and will only break up slightly if you turn that shit all the way up.
octavechords said: I own a Digitech Hardwire HT-2 Tuner, Digitech Bad Monkey, ProCo Deucetone RAT, Boss CE-5 Chorus Ensemble, Electro Harmonix Memory Boy, Danelectro Reel Echo and a Boss RV-3 Reverb/Delay. I use them in that order, but I've been thinking of switching the order of the Bad Monkey and the Deucetone RAT as well as the Boss RV-3 and the Reel Echo. What would you suggest?
Alright so first things first, throw away the bad monkey and get like a real ass overdrive. The order you have em in currently is totally fine. I personally like to put overdrive pedals after fuzz pedals so you get a thicker fuzz sound. Also get a better chorus pedal.
acid-jammin said: 4 pedals: ehx holy grail, tc electronics flashback, dod preamp 250 and ross phaser. whats the best order?
Amp - holy grail - flashback - phaser - preamp - guitar
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