#1
I have a cry baby wah, boss chorus, boss flange and will be getting a visual sounds jekyll and hyde distortion/overdrive, electroharmonix memory toy and electroharmonix boost.

How would I set these out please?

Thank you
#2
What are you asking?
My gear so far:

-Cort KX5 (pearl white)
-Crybaby Wah
-Danelectro Cool Cat
-Fender Twin Reverb 65' Reissue
-Hardwire TL2
#4
Either

Wah -> Boost/Dist -> Chrous/Flange -> Delay

Boost/Dist -> Wah -> Chrous/Flange -> Delay

Id put delay into the effects loop (if you have one), and chorus/flange if you want.

Just see what you think sounds best. The only really solid thing is time based effects such as reverb/delay should be last in your chains as not to distort the trails/repeats so it doesn't sound shit with dirt, which is kinda a problem if you have no effects loop and like to use onboard gain.
#5
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#6

Either

Wah -> Boost/Dist -> Chrous/Flange -> Delay

Boost/Dist -> Wah -> Chrous/Flange -> Delay

Id put delay into the effects loop (if you have one), and chorus/flange if you want.

Just see what you think sounds best. The only really solid thing is time based effects such as reverb/delay should be last in your chains as not to distort the trails/repeats so it doesn't sound shit with dirt, which is kinda a problem if you have no effects loop and like to use onboard gain.

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#7
Wah > Overdrive/dist > Boost > Amp > Loop Send > Flange > Chorus > Delay > Loop Return
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#8
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Do you mean in which order? ..


Yes? Set out?

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Either

Wah -> Boost/Dist -> Chrous/Flange -> Delay

Boost/Dist -> Wah -> Chrous/Flange -> Delay

Id put delay into the effects loop (if you have one), and chorus/flange if you want.

Just see what you think sounds best. The only really solid thing is time based effects such as reverb/delay should be last in your chains as not to distort the trails/repeats so it doesn't sound shit with dirt, which is kinda a problem if you have no effects loop and like to use onboard gain.



thanks alot
#9
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Wah > Overdrive/dist > Boost > Amp > Loop Send > Flange > Chorus > Delay > Loop Return


This.
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#10
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Wah > Overdrive/dist > Boost > Amp > Loop Send > Flange > Chorus > Delay > Loop Return

interesting, boost after od/distortion? i love to cascade my boost into my od pedal and/or fuzz pedal, any particular advantage to this setup or do you not like cascading?
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#11
I'd prefer the boost after the OD because if you put it before, you're going to overdrive the OD pedal circuit and create diode clipping.

I'm making the assumption that the EHX boost is just a volume booster whereas the OD (probably a Jekyll/Hyde) is a Tubescreamer copy.

Basically you create your OD sound then bump up the signal level with the boost.
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