#1
I just got three pedals. Boss Super Over Drive SD-1, Boss Chorus CE-3, and Line6 DL4 Delay Modeler.
Whats the best way to hook these up to my amp and what kind of power source do i need for them?
#2
Distortion first, then chorus then delay. For power supply I would say get a Dunlop DC brick as it supports both types of inputs on your pedals, and if you get more pedals it can support 4 more. If you don't wanna spend 100 on the power supply you can go with a standard 9 volt power adapter and daisy chain them together. you will have to buy a barrel to 1/8" adapter for your line 6 though. batteries is another alternative but I highly do not recommend that because they only last a couple of hours and 9 volts aren't cheap.
#3
What amp? Does it have an effects loop?

If no effects loop...

Guitar > OD > Chorus > Delay > AMP Input


If you ahve an effects loop

Guitar > OD > AMP Input > Effects Send > Chorus > Delay > Effects Return


BEST power source is Batteries. That's what they are usually designed to use. but of coarse the wear out quick, so it's a pain.

But you can find many different multi pedal power supplies.
I just use the cheapo 1-spot by visualsound.

some sey they add alot of noise, some not.
I think it's a quality control hit or miss kind of thing..

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#4
Quote by Phat Stud 55
Distortion first, then chorus then delay. For power supply I would say get a Dunlop DC brick as it supports both types of inputs on your pedals, and if you get more pedals it can support 4 more. If you don't wanna spend 100 on the power supply you can go with a standard 9 volt power adapter and daisy chain them together. you will have to buy a barrel to 1/8" adapter for your line 6 though. batteries is another alternative but I highly do not recommend that because they only last a couple of hours and 9 volts aren't cheap.

The line6 came with an adaptor the boss pedals didnt