#1
Okay, I have a question for UG

I am running a mesa boogie triple rec. I have a rack eq running through the effects line loop, and then i plug my guitar into an line of effects. (The order is Boss TU2 Tuner-Digitech Whammy-Line 6 MM4-Ibanez DFL flanger-Line 6 tonecore delay-line 6 tonecore tremelo-Boss NS2 noise suppressor {with the threshold turned to max and the delay turned to min).
Anyways...
I am getting some bad buzz, and I was wondering what would help with getting rid of some or all of the buzz. I know that it's a very broad ended question, but I was wondering if you guys had any advice? Also I was wondering about the effects loop and if I should be running all my pedals through the loop instead of going from my guitar to the effects to the amp and just having only the eq in the loop. Another thing I noticed is that the buzz goes away when I switch to the clean channel on my amp, so could it possibly be something with the electronics of my amp?

Any advice is appreciated
Homemade Strat
ESP EC1000
ESP MH 400 w/ Original Floyd Rose
Epi Les Paul Custom
Line6 Flextone
Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier
Furman Power Cond.
DOD rack EQ
Digitech Whammy
Dunlop Wah
Boss FL2 Flanger
Line6 Tremelo
Line6 Echo Park
#2
Maybe its a specific pedal or cable? Go through one by one taking a cable or pedal out, until you single one (or none) making the buzz.
Fender Mexi Strat
FuzzFace/Rangemaster
Boss RC-2
Line 6 Flextone III XL
Ibanez aw20ce

FS/FT
Boss TU-2
Marhsall BB-2
Digitech Digiverb
Digitech PDS1700
535q wah