#1
If I run my amp clean and use a distortion pedal, should I place everything else excluding wah, compressor and boost, in the effects loop? Would it sound better this way?
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#3
If you run your amp clean, there is very little to be gained from putting the FX in the loop. I suggest running everything up front.

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#4
What if my tube amp is mildly overdriven with a distortion pedal as well? Should I use FX loop for modulation and delays in that situation?
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Last edited by mountain2012 at Jul 31, 2009,
#5
Quote by bogg808
You should only really place Delays, Chorus, Phaser (optional), Flanger (optional), and Reverb in the loop.


And EQs, and Sonic Maximizer type effects and volume pedals, depending on the effect you're after.
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