From classics to modded classics, boutique to budget, Premier Guitar readers submit the tools they use to get dirty.

Marshall Guv'nor Plus
"I must have seven overdrive/distortion pedals in addition to the settings available in two multi-effects units, but the Marshall Guv'nor Plus beats them all, says Ethan Aneshansley. ""It's creamy, crunchy, and everything in between. It has wonderful presence and never kills the inherent tone of whatever guitar I'm using on the gig. What's most unbelievable is it's priced around $100 (I paid $50 used) and blows away every high-priced boutique unit I have. Best kept secret in the world of currently available pedals."""

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Marty Stuart

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