#1
I have finally decided which pedals I want, and I understand the way they are arranged gives different tones. I'm not asking you to arrange them for me, i'm simply asking for advice, such as, if you place X in front of Y, it will produce more of this kind of sound. (If that makes sense?)

My planned pedals are as follows -
Boss TU-2 tuner pedal (already have, i'm pretty sure this will come first.)
Dunlop Zakk Wylde Wah (already have, i know it's placement with distortion/od is important)

Ibanez TS-9
MXR 10-band EQ
Boss DS-1
Seymour Duncan SFX-01
Boss CS-3
Boss NS-2 (If needed, I understand it kills a little bit of tone, but i HATE excess noise)

They will be being used through a Blackheart Little Giant with a matching 112 cab.

Also, any tips on how to power these? I have the adapter + daisy chain for the boss pedals, but it may not work out as planned + some pedals aren't boss.

Patching cables recommendations are accepted, I use Dimarzio now, but getting multiples of those can be costly.

I don't realize what i'm typing sometimes, so if you have questions, feel free to ask
Last edited by SchecterZV at Jan 25, 2009,
#2
...are you going to use those with your Spider?
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#4
Hosa Pancake style cables for your patches... As for pedals, just experiment it out. I'd recommend something like a Fuel Tank Jr. for your pedals.
#5
Rock Cables by Warwick are great cheap patch cables.

Use a 1 Spot to power all your pedals.

I would order them like this:

Boss TU-2 tuner pedal
Dunlop Zakk Wylde Wah
Boss CS-3
Boss DS-1
Seymour Duncan SFX-01
Ibanez TS-9
MXR 10-band EQ
Boss NS-2
Last edited by Mitchell? at Jan 25, 2009,
#7
Quote by SchecterZV
Boss TU-2
Dunlop Zakk Wylde Wah
Seymour Duncan SFX-01
Ibanez TS-9
Boss DS-1
MXR 10-band EQ
Boss CS-3
iSP Decimator

That is what I would do. I would also look into replacing the Boss NS with an iSP Decimator. Much less noise, and until I got my new amp, which has little gain, I loved that Decimator.

I put all the grit before the EQ so you can shape the distortion/boost/od however you want it.
#8
Quote by imicius
That is what I would do. I would also look into replacing the Boss NS with an iSP Decimator. Much less noise, and until I got my new amp, which has little gain, I loved that Decimator.

I put all the grit before the EQ so you can shape the distortion/boost/od however you want it.


That's the kind of advice I like, thank you.