#1
Ok so, I'm building a pedal board, and i was talking to a dude in a shop about pedals etc....when i mentioned that i wanted to get one of the line 6 relay pedal, which goes on your pedal board it also happens to send a digital signal.

He told me that combining digital and analogue pedals would cause me to lose my signal.

Is this true?

Is there a way i can have that wireless on my pedal board, like at the end of the line of pedals or something?
#3
I've used digital and analogue pedals together, I was tonight, nothing as ever been screwed up, in the end the sound is changed between digital and analogue several times before it comes through the amp.
#4
Thats just guitar player hype bullcrap. Put whatever you want on your pedalboard. Thats what everyone has always done.
#6
yep. It does matter about the order. Others can give you more details. But digital and analog is fine. Lots of people do it
#7
The order is mostly personal preference. There is no hands down right way to do it, though there is a generally assumed "correct" way to do it. In the end, it's best if you just mess with the order yourself and find what sounds best to you.
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