#1
I just picked up a Boss DD-7 the other day and am wondering where it should go in my pedal chain. I currently run guitar > Boss tu-3 > Wah > Phaser > Boss Space Echo > DD7> amp. I was experiencing some weird tones running the dd7 behind the space echo though. Any idea why this would be happening, or should I just run the dd7 first? To clarify: by weird tones, i just mean it sounded a little gritty and not as clean.
#2
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I just picked up a Boss DD-7 the other day and am wondering where it should go in my pedal chain. I currently run guitar > Boss tu-3 > Wah > Phaser > Boss Space Echo > DD7> amp. I was experiencing some weird tones running the dd7 behind the space echo though. Any idea why this would be happening, or should I just run the dd7 first? To clarify: by weird tones, i just mean it sounded a little gritty and not as clean.


Put your delay in the FX loop.
#3
Are they on separate power supplies? I think big pedals like the Space Echo should pretty much be kept on their own separate supply.
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#4
They are both being run off of my SKB pedalboard. Do you think this could have something to do with it?
#5
Does this happen when the RE20 is off or on, or both? The RE20 messes with your repeats to make it sound like a real Space Echo. If you're running your DD7 before it, and have the RE20 on, it will probably do the same to the DD7's repeats.

If it happens whether or not the pedal is on, maybe it's just a bad cable somewhere along the line.
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#6
Quote by Offworld92
Are they on separate power supplies? I think big pedals like the Space Echo should pretty much be kept on their own separate supply.


I don't think this would be that bad. I ran a DD-20, RE-20 and 6 other pedals on a one spot with virtually no noise.

It could be the RE-20 clipping and stuff as it does.

TS, why don't you just try it and see if it helps?
#7
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Put your delay in the FX loop.


My amp dpesn't have an fx loop but the pedal board has a built in one
#8
The FX Loop on your Pedalboard is just so you can route your cables a little nicer. It does nothing for the sound of your pedals going into your amp.
#9
Insufficient power could definitely introduce some grit into the sound, so I'd try a separate power brick first, and check that it's not a crappy cable.