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Old 2004-07-01, 07:20
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Which of these three would you choose for metal

Which of these three would you choose for metal playing:

A.R.T Extreme
Boss MT-2
A.R.T DST-4
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Old 2004-07-01, 14:18
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A big freakin tube amp
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Old 2004-07-01, 16:28
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yes I too have a big stiffy for a big hot tube amp fuck pedals
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Old 2004-07-01, 20:54
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Answer his question not just go on about tube amps although for the best tone, use a tube amp.

I would use the MT-2 because I am not entirely familiar with the other 2.
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Old 2004-07-02, 00:42
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yes I too have a big stiffy for a big hot tube amp fuck pedals


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I just got a EMG 81 fitted in my jackson, its running into my marshall combo, I have an MT-2 and a super overdrive, I was just looking for some expert advice on how to get a black metal tone, like immortal in order to chuf out their riffs. I know immortal use marshalls, so I should definately be able to dial in their tone, thanks!


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Agreed on that, mt-2 because wtf are the other 2 pedals?
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what advice did you guys give me? just use the amp and u will find the tone! i did, and hence --------> and at the time I still did not have my EMG and was unaware of what it would be like
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