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Mark

Graduated with a BA in Advertising from Glasgow University. Played guitar strangely with several unknown Gothic Rock bands. Postgraduate study PgDip, in Industrial Design from Hull University. Now writing, designing and blogging on guitardesignreviews.com and taiwanduck.com.

One Comment

  1. Miyuki
    March 2, 2012 @ 10:23 pm

    I don’t care for multi effects pedals so if that’s the route you want to go disregard my answer. Although it is more expensive I prefer individual pedals for many reasons that I won’t go into right now. If you have been playing several years you probably already know the pros and cons. Everyone needs a distortion or overdrive pedal. I have tried several but the Fulltone FullDrive2 is just awesome. If your amp doesn’t have a good reverb then that is a must also, I like the Holy Grail personally. After that it is just personal preference. Even though it isn’t an effect, the MXR 10 band EQ will make as much of a difference in your tone as anything. Also a good delay and chorus is a good next logical step. Of course that is about $600 worth of pedals I just mentioned!

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