#1
What order should these pedals go in ?
MXR 10 band EQ
MXR Flanger
MXR stero Chorus
MXR distortion +
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Boss NS-2
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#2
Quote by DonnellMcKnight
What order should these pedals go in ?
MXR 10 band EQ
MXR Flanger
MXR stero Chorus
MXR distortion +
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Boss NS-2



From what I read online, you would want THIS order:

Guitar
MXR 10 Band EQ
MXR Flanger
MXR Stereo Chorus
Crybaby
MXR Distortion Plus
Boss NS-2
Amplifier

But hey, thats just what I've read.
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#3
im not too sure about the rest but you should definatley put the eq through your effects loop if your amp has one
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#4
In the end, its really up to you. you can get some crazy sounds with the same stuff just set up a different way
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#5
I get a much more subdued phaser if I set it behind my distortion, but same time, I like having it sound crazy when I punch it way up and get it to the point where the weakening isn't annoying, but I could hear someone liking it. I get a wilder sound from my wah(Which I still need to replace with a WH10...) if I put the fuzz before it, but that also really cleans the fuzz up when the wah is on. It's a huge matter of preference more than one would think, but overall I'd likely set it up something like this;

MXR 10 band EQ
MXR Flanger
MXR stero Chorus
MXR distortion +
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Boss NS-2

Crybaby
Distortion +
EQ
Flanger
Chorus
Noise thang

EQ position may change depending if you use it as a kick-on to change your sound for a solo, a booster, or to control an effect.
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Quote by necrosis1193


Crybaby
Distortion +
EQ
Flanger
Chorus
Noise thang

EQ position may change depending if you use it as a kick-on to change your sound for a solo, a booster, or to control an effect.
+1 Except put the pedals in the loop of the NS-2. You move the wah in front of the NS. But the NS has a 1meg input buffer.