#1
I've had this setup for a while with my noise suppressor looping my distortion and flanger, while I leave the delay outside so it doesn't get cut out.

Today though, I got a pedal board to put my pedals in (NOT SHOWN). The chords that came w/ it create noise so I'm going to have to go buy some new ones. I wanna make sure this is how my pedals should lay out before I buy some cables.

#2
I don't think that's how the NS-2 is usually ran, but i'm not totally sure.

If your amp has an effects loop, I would recommend running the delay, possibly the flanger or ns-2 there.

If not, I would just go Guitar-->NS-2-->DS-1-->Flanger-->Delay-->Amp

In the end though, there is no wrong answer, you just have to experiment.
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#4
Quote by acdclandon
I don't think that's how the NS-2 is usually ran, but i'm not totally sure.

If your amp has an effects loop, I would recommend running the delay, possibly the flanger or ns-2 there.

If not, I would just go Guitar-->NS-2-->DS-1-->Flanger-->Delay-->Amp

In the end though, there is no wrong answer, you just have to experiment.


wouldn't that mess with my delay if it was at the end?
#5
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wouldn't that mess with my delay if it was at the end?


Try it, I don't think it would.
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#6
as far as i knew noisegates always [well, usually] go at the end of the chain, right before the amp
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