#1
Hi,

Please help me set up these effects. I have no clue how and what accesories to use.
I dont want to keep on stomping....


Gtr-->SD1-->MXR Micro Amp.

Here I want to split the signal 2 ways.

One goes straight to RP 90 ( For Reverb, Chorus and Delay only) and to Noise Gate( MXR Smart Gate) and to my Marshall.

The other signal Path, I want to use either a BD2 or Little Big Muff, after that I want the signal to be fed to RP 90 and Noise gate and Marshall.

The chain would be Gtr->SD1->Micro Amp->BD2->Little Big Muff->RP 90->Smart Gate->Marshall.

I play mostly originals and the color of my sound is Blues/Classic Rock.

What do you think of the set up. Please let me know..
Suggestions would be of Great help....

Thanx....
Last edited by bhatta at Mar 29, 2011,
#2
Just put the RP your effects loop, since you're only using it for reverb, chorus, w/e.

So it ends up like this:

Guitar > BD-2 > SD-1 > Micro Amp > Big Muff > Amp

Effects Send > Noise Gate > RP90 > Effects Return



Also, what Marshall is it?
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#4
I figured it was an MG.

Honestly the overdrive pedals are doing nothing. You should really think about getting a new amp. It'll sound much, much better.
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#5
Still I would like to know how to loop the signal.?

ANd any suggestions about the pedals I have...
Overdrive suits me and I dont want any realtime DIstortion pedals...

I have a Compressor left with me..
any suggestions as to if I can fit that in my fx chain and where...
#6
There's two inputs on the back of your amp that say Send and Return. Send goes into input of noise gate. The out of the RP goes into the Return.
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#7
Okies..

I am thinking of LC series Laney Amps...
Any suggestions on that....

Being In India, I may not compare that with any Marshall..

What are the Marshall equivalent to LC series?

Thanx..
#8
An MG is no Marshall, believe you me. It is a sad attempt at a budget amp for Marshall.

Not too sure about the LC series. Never really one. What amps do you have readily available to you in India?
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#9
I haven't seen much other than MG in Marshall, But I can get Peavey, Orange and Laney.....
#10
If you had to have a budget, what would it be? What type of music do you play?

I'd be all over Orange if I wasn't in the US.
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#12
I can get line6 too...

The kind of music I play relates to old school rock and bluesy tones...
Mild overdriven sound at max... not any distortion...

I have to juggle between rhythm and lead...
#14
Neither. What's the max you're willing to spend?
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#15
THose would be costing in the range of $150! You dont get it, the conversion rate and premium put on these products kills most pricing on these products in here...
#16
NO I DO GET IT!

I asked you, because it's kind of important as to whether or not you could GET any of the better amps.

Id' have a look into the Laney LC series then. Look up a few youtube demos and whatnot. See if you can find the Laney thread.

EDIT: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=963451&highlight=laney+cult

Here's the Laney thread.
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#17
okies...
thanx for the help btw...

I wil tr out a laney and a Vox and then c if that helps....