#2
time effects, modulation effects, etc...

do NOT put wah, eq, od/dist

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#3
Quote by Tyler Durden
time effects, modulation effects, etc...

do NOT put wah, eq, od/dist


actually, lots of people put EQ's in the effects loop for sound shaping, as well as being able to attenuate the preamp
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Quote by nutinpwnsgibson
actually, lots of people put EQ's in the effects loop for sound shaping, as well as being able to attenuate the preamp


that is true yes
I prefer the eq before the pre-amp to shape the tone before it hits the loop, but thats just me.

you CAN put anything in the loop if you want - but its a matter of what will sound good. I think the only thing you never want in the loop is your od/dist

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#6
Quote by Tyler Durden
that is true yes
I prefer the eq before the pre-amp to shape the tone before it hits the loop, but thats just me.

you CAN put anything in the loop if you want - but its a matter of what will sound good. I think the only thing you never want in the loop is your od/dist


totally +1

especially a big muff, I've never heard a crappier sound than my big muff through the loop