#1
Recently I've acquired 4 new guitar pedals and I've been playing around on them for a while and have found a good setting for my death metal playing, but I was wondering if anyone had any ideas on settings for more blues playing, or classic rock or something. I've got an Ibanez TS9 Tubescreamer, Danelectro Daddy-O, Dunlop Original Crybaby, and a Digitech Whammy Pedal. Guitars wise I've got an Ibanez S-Series and an American Fender Strat. For an amp I've got 15 watt Spider III. Anyone have any combination and have found good sounds?
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#2
plug your wah in backwards, then into your whammy. manipulate the osccillations from the wah wah with yyour volume and tone knobs.
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#3
Quote by Jhachey22
plug your wah in backwards, then into your whammy. manipulate the osccillations from the wah wah with yyour volume and tone knobs.

This looks like a good way to fry a crybaby/whammy. But, I think I did this once accidentally, and my crybaby seems fine. I still don't think I'd want to try it intentionally.
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#4
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This looks like a good way to fry a crybaby/whammy. But, I think I did this once accidentally, and my crybaby seems fine. I still don't think I'd want to try it intentionally.

plugging a pedal in backwards won't fry it, there's not enough voltage in your signal to mess anything up.

Dave gilmour plugged his wah in backwards on "Echoes", and i think he has an idea of what he's doing
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#6
Quote by Jhachey22
plugging a pedal in backwards won't fry it, there's not enough voltage in your signal to mess anything up.

Dave gilmour plugged his wah in backwards on "Echoes", and i think he has an idea of what he's doing

It's not voltage that does the damage, it's current. But you're probably right. I'm just saying I wouldn't want to try it myself.
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#7
Quote by David Blackbird
It's not voltage that does the damage, it's current. But you're probably right. I'm just saying I wouldn't want to try it myself.


theres barely any current, as sissy as transistors are they don't die if you send a tiny guitar signal through the emitter or where ever.