#1
I used to be one of those people who randomly placed effects, when i started to read up and put them in the recommended order i started to realize how much my tone was suffering. However one thing has been bugging me, everything I read tells me to put me wah first in the signal chain, but for some reason when i do this i get what can only be described as a week half-assed flanger, and if i use any heavier dist. it sounds like a syth. If i put it after the distortion it sounds perfectly fine. I use a Dunlop Zakk Wylde wah.
#3
what sounds the best is to go into the wah, then distortion, and end the chain with your flange.
#4
i like to have my wah first.
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#5
There will be tons on what is supposed to be right or wrong, but it's up to you and what you want it to sound like.
If u don't like the way it sounds first then put it after if it sounds better. It's all personal choice.

P.s I have the same wah pedal
#7
Quote by TheWEBBY
I used to be one of those people who randomly placed effects, when i started to read up and put them in the recommended order i started to realize how much my tone was suffering. However one thing has been bugging me, everything I read tells me to put me wah first in the signal chain, but for some reason when i do this i get what can only be described as a week half-assed flanger, and if i use any heavier dist. it sounds like a syth. If i put it after the distortion it sounds perfectly fine. I use a Dunlop Zakk Wylde wah.
then put it after the distortion, if it sounds good to you.

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#10
The "Normal" is Wah then Distortion, but you can put in any order you want. If you like the sound of the wah after, than put it after
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