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Thread: Boss ML2 - Metal Core Pedal - Not Bad at All

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    Default Re: Boss ML2 - Metal Core Pedal - Not Bad at All

    Quote Originally Posted by dave74 View Post
    If I had one and not the other I wouldn't trade for the one I didn't have no matter which one I already had. lol

    ML-2 has a bit more tooth on the highs and pop on the lows like the HM-3, like there's a slightly stronger or cleaner fundamental under the distortion/fuzz.
    And that's what sets them apart so already I can see myself sticking with the ML2 if it comes down to a choice.

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    Default Re: Boss ML2 - Metal Core Pedal - Not Bad at All

    Boss MD-2 relisted on Reverb $70

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    Default Re: Boss ML2 - Metal Core Pedal - Not Bad at All

    Quote Originally Posted by texred View Post
    Boss MD-2 relisted on Reverb $70
    "Bottom heavy distortion for nu school metal and pushes it to the extreme" is the description. I wonder what it's like in practice. Mesa Dual Rec style tone?
    Last edited by RolanTHUNDER; 09-19-2018 at 12:23 AM. Reason: Missing word

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    Default Re: Boss ML2 - Metal Core Pedal - Not Bad at All

    MD-2 can be had for next to nothing used. It's not a lot different than the other main Boss distortions. The gain-boost thickens the mids but can also make it a bit sloppy in the lows compared to the others. IMO it's NOT the one to pick for the 7/8-strings, but then again that has a lot to do with string tension also.

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