#1
I recently set up my effects to run through the effects loop of my amp, but I've realised that when I turn my delay on I get a background wind kind of sound? Why is this and should I move it out of my effects loop?

If it makes nay difference my signal chain is:

Vintage Les Paul Copy>Ibanez WD-7 Wah>Onner CX-1 Overdrive>Boss DS-2>Amp input>Preamp out>Aroin Moc-1 Octave>EHX Small Clone Chorus>Nobels DD-800 Delay>Power amp in.

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#3
No i got it for just over £20 on eBay but it does its job. I ordered a Boss ME-25 yesterday and the delay on that is decent. So should I move it out of the effects loop?
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#4
Well it is possible that you are overloading the input of the delay in the loop. Your pedal is probably designed to take guitar levels and not line levels. The loop has closer to line level than guitar level. Try it out front of the amp. Some things just won't work properly in the loop. They were originally added to amps so people could use studio rack effects that needed line levels in the 80's after all.
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