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Old 09-05-2014, 08:37 AM   #21
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Yeah modulation is like Chorus/Flangers/Phasers etc, though Reverb would go after the Suppressor otherwise the suppressor may mistake the reverb as noise and kill it a little


Thats what I was guessing...because I definitely want to keep all the pretty effects the reverb and chorus make. I remember the first time I plugged one of those in....I was like "damn thats cool "
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Old 09-05-2014, 08:41 AM   #22
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I'd be inclined to try that since you have a loop. Having extra pedals complicates that somewhat, but (I think) it should still be pretty straightforward (though I haven't tried it myself with extra pedals ). I'm guessing you'd put all your od etc. pedals after the bit where it says "to amp input" (and then plug from the final one of those pedals into the amp input), and put the fx you'd normally put in the loop in the loop as normal, but instead of plugging the cable from the final pedal in your fx loop to the fx loop return on your amp, you'd run the cable to the ns2 where it says "from fx loop send".

complicating matters is that you normally want delays and reverbs unaffected by the gate, so i'd put them after the "to fx loop return" bit on the ns2 (and then run a cable from your final reverb/delay pedal back to the amp's fx loop return.

EDIT: So yeah, just to clarify what I mean there:

Guitar-> Tuner -> NS2 Input .

Then run an instrument cable from NS2 Send -> TS808 clone -> Riot Clone -> Amp Input.

Run an instrument cable from your amp's FX Loop send -> CH1 -> NS2 Return.

Finally run an instrument cable from NS2 Output -> RV5 -> Amp FX Loop Return.

I think. Don't quote me on that.

Also nice of you to say this forum is nice. I try to be nice most of the time but sometimes it's hard. And there is occasional trolling (from me as much as anyone)


I will definitely try to hook it up that way...I should have time after work today...I'll post my results. THANKS for taking the time to gather all the info for me. Really cool
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Old 09-05-2014, 09:03 AM   #23
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No worries

Just bear in mind, I'm assuming that's the way you'd connect pedals into it. I've only ever tried the X-pattern thing with my NS2 without any extra pedals to complicate things even more
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