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gshredder2112  
21 Apr 2011 21:44 | Quote
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*amp or pedal distortion?*
EMB5490  
21 Apr 2011 22:23 | Quote
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depends what stuff... I prefer amp but to get a good one it has to be loud.
gshredder2112  
21 Apr 2011 22:44 | Quote
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yeah,if you have a loud amp then you can get good amptortion.but for low levels a pedal is probably the best way to go.
case211  
22 Apr 2011 00:22 | Quote
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I like pedals for distortion but if I have a nice tube amp that gets a nice dirty sound I'll take that any day. Though I sometimes use a pedal to get the dirty channel on the amp to sound a bit better :P
DanielM  
22 Apr 2011 02:03 | Quote
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Would be great to say amp but I'd really need a tube amp and a house away from people, or money to buy soundproofing.

So I'm gonna go with pedal.
Domigan_Lefty  
22 Apr 2011 05:06 | Quote
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I like to use both.
Set pedal before other fx, get different sounds than dist. set after other fx.
luthier  
22 Apr 2011 08:15 | Quote
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Pedal pedal pedal.
Notim  
22 Apr 2011 08:56 | Quote
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I usually use both, but have the amp set to a clean distortion and a pedal set to a thicker distortion, it gives you all different kinds of control and options
thatguitarguy  
22 Apr 2011 12:05 | Quote
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amp distortion


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