KORG OD-1 OVERDRIVE, I agree with Niall quality pedal.Really good sounding, plenty of options on it, 2 modes that are both really sweet, and the best thing was i got it for really cheap(£40)!!! they retail for £120 and they don't even make them any more so they are a real bargain
In my opinion whips the metal zone.I tried it out and various other heavy pedals, and in the end it just destroyed everything else.Really heavy low end, and tonnes of gain.IT can get quite fuzzy and horrible but when you tweak it right, it is the sweetest sounding thing.For par chords and drop D it can't be beaten and for £50 can anyone complain, i think not.
Danelectro BLT Slap Echo
Really strange sounding pedal for an Echo pedal.Really it only sounds echo'y
if you play really short notes, but once you start to run some notes together it has this really weird individual sound.Seriously, you know the start of PARDON ME by INCUBUS, well it sounds exactly like that, sort of like volume swells, but with slight Chorus and Phaser on it.Very strange.Some people will dislike it because it doesn't really do what it says on the tin, but once you get into the vibe of the thing it rocks.AT £30 can anyone argue??
Now this was asking for trouble.It has a great array of effects and it comes in a neat cool looking plastic case, that is prety durable.But the distortions are HORRIBLE, the Chorus is pretty good, the Delays are alright,
and the Phasers and Flangers are also reasonable, but it is a really annoying setup that you always HAVE TO have an
effect on, and with only 2 pedals this become a pain in the ass, and bypassing that can only be done by pushing both down together and that can be tricky when onstage or whatever.It also makes a terrible humming noise when played with any type of adaptor, and that just annoys me.Ahh well at £100 loads of people will buy it cos it looks good, most likely all wee kids, but don't.