#1
Seriously thinking of ordering the Boss NS-2 today but I just have a couple of questions I would like to ask:

1. Would having delay in the loop of the NS-2 make a massive difference to the repeats on the delay? And if so, could this just be rectified by altering the delay settings to overcome the NS-2?

2. I would have me Boss ME-25 in the loop of the NS-2 which itself has a built in suppressor (albeit not the best) so should I completely turn off the suppressor in the ME-25? Seems to make sense?

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#2
Don't put the delay in the loop of the NS-2. Run the NS-2 in the X pattern if you have an FX loop, and put the delay after the NS-2.

Turning off the noise suppressor on the ME-25 would be a good idea.
#3
Quote by littlephil
Run the NS-2 in the X pattern .

Does that just mean the loop of the NS-2?

Thanks
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#4


why would you want to put pedals in the ns-2's looop anyway?
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#5
Don't get an NS-2 there are much better options available.
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#6
Quote by InanezGuitars44


why would you want to put pedals in the ns-2's looop anyway?


Well I don't use the amp's drive channel and all excess noise is coming from the high gain distortions from my drive pedals. From what else I have read online, most of your pedals (definitely drive pedals) go in the loop of the NS-2 and you leave your delay between the NS-2 and amp.
If I'm not using the amps drive channel and I have nothing in the FX loop of the amp at the moment then putting the NS-2 in the FX loop would b alot of hassle if I could just put pedals in the NS-2 loop?
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#9
Is the noise constant, or is it only when you stop playing? The NS2 won't help you if it's always noisy. But yeah, delay should be after the NS2, and ideally in the amps' FX loop.
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#11
The ISP Decimator is really good. If you can work it out, it's best to have a noise gate at the beginning of your chain and at the end. You wouldn't have to turn the thresholds up as much so they won't destroy your dynamics/tone.
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