#1
I have two danelectro pedals.

A metal and a plain distortions. In my rig I have them linked to each other using 1 foot patches. However when I turn on both pedals, cuz I use the metal as my main distortion and the other one as my overdrive/boost. So when i have both on, I have a noise, not a hum, more like a fuzz sound coming from my amp. How do I make this stop?
My gear:
1982 Peavey Falcon
2004 Les Paul
2006 Peavey Transtube
2007 Youngblood 100w cab
2002 Dean Playmate Bass
2002 Dean Bassola
#3
... turn one of them off? Why would you turn on two distortion pedals at the same time, except to generate ridiculous amounts of fizz and feedback?
#4
As I stated, one is my overdrive. thats why I turn two on
My gear:
1982 Peavey Falcon
2004 Les Paul
2006 Peavey Transtube
2007 Youngblood 100w cab
2002 Dean Playmate Bass
2002 Dean Bassola
#5
Well, overdrives are a bit noisy and the distortion probably makes that fizzy fuzzy background noise even more noticable. Ideally, you'd have to try your OD with other distortion pedals and your distortion pedal with other overdrives, to see what combinations yield what level of noise. Chances are you might want to replace one of your pedals if it's a big issue.
I'd recommend taking both pedals and going to the next guitar store, they usually have a couple of pedals you can try your danelectros with.
#6
I am going to try turning the gain on the overdrive down and the level up
My gear:
1982 Peavey Falcon
2004 Les Paul
2006 Peavey Transtube
2007 Youngblood 100w cab
2002 Dean Playmate Bass
2002 Dean Bassola