#1
i understand levels i will have to exp around a little bit
but when many pedals are connected i wondered
if theres a certain order tha best helps the sound of the guitar

the types i have are
whammy - digitech
wah - weeping demon
flanger - boss
accoustic - boss
distortion - metalcore

so yeah any hints as if there is a good order to make
the best possible sound would help
#2
You will want the wah before the distortion (not necessarily right before) or you will get a cat in a woodchipper like tone. That is the main issue the others I would just experiment with and see what you like.
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#5
I have a lot of similar pedals, and I`ve noticed the order does affect the sound. I have a set order that I put them in that sounds good to me:

Whammy
Distortion
Wah
Flanger
Acoustic(?)

That`s pretty much what works for me, I have a delay pedal on either end and an envelope filter between the wah and the flanger, but I don`t think they affect it much.
I don`t have an acoustic sim pedal, so I dont know where that`d go, I`d assume either between the whammy and the dist, or at the very end. Hope that helps.
#6
for a little noise feedback i get, would it be best to invest money into an eq or noise gate
also what pedal is it so it allows the note to hold longer n eventually squeel from the amp such as opening distorted solo in heart bursts into fire
#7
Claudman's suggestion would be the most common way to do it.

The way to reason it is like this:
guitar>flanger>delay>amp

The signal is being flanged and then delayed, so the delayed sounds are exact copies of the original note.

guitar>delay>flanger>amp

The signal is being delayed then flanged. So the delayed sounds will sound different from the sound they are copying because they will be affected at a different stage in the flanger's sweep.

Generally speaking, the later an effect occurs in the chain, the more prominent it will be. A subtle chorus in front of a high-gain distortion will just get drowned out.

Led man, a lot of guitarists put their wah after distortion. That used to be the normal way to do it in fact.

By the way, that's an unusual combination of effects. A metal core and an acoustic simulator?
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#8
wha can i say im odd in everything i do
but i like the jumbo guitar sound the acoustic gives