#1
As title says. I have all my pedals in the loop (see sig) beside the tuner. Every time I turn on of of them on it gives this really annoying pop.

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#2
Well take them off the loop and put them between your guitar and amp then!
#3
problem is I like the sound of the wah in the loop.

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Ibanez ATK300
Rocktron Chameleon
Digitech IPS33B
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Line6 UX2
#4
does your noise suppressor not quieten the pop down?
is it just the whammy/wah or all the pedals?
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#5
Quote by doive
does your noise suppressor not quieten the pop down?
is it just the whammy/wah or all the pedals?


Sorry totaly forgot to change my sig. I don't have the NS-2 anymore. And yeah it's just these 2. all other work fine.

Kramer Focus 3000
Ibanez ATK300
Rocktron Chameleon
Digitech IPS33B
Ibanez WH10
Korg Pitchblack
Line6 UX2
#6
I'd stick the whammy in front of the amp - mine sounds better in front than in the loop.
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#7
well getting the noise suppressor back would probably help :p
a slightly messier solution is to leave the whammy/wah on permanently and get a bypass pedal - then use that to switch it on and off, should emliminate the pop.
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#8
get a g lab wah pad
periphery/bulb!

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