#1
hey

i have a boss metal zone, a boss digital delay dd7, and a boss ge7 equalizer....what order do i put them in?

i currently have it goin from metal zone to digital delay to equalizer, sounds ok, but im not sure if its the best route


any infos appreciated.
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#2
Personally I'd put it MT-2 firs, EQ second, DD-7 third; I always like my delay last and my distortion first(though since it doesn't work with it otherwise, my TS9DX goes after my wah), which only leaves the middle for the EQ.
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#3
Distortion to EQ to delay.
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#4
great thanks for the info

will try that out tonight


my other thought was just usin the eq to do a tonal switch in a song...like when it goes from big and bassy and grungy to just high treble for some strumming....in which case it wouldnt matter what order...is there such a foot switch that turns one pedal off and turns another on?
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#5
Not as far as I know, you'll have to do them individually.
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