I've been playing electric guitar in a worship band for a few months now, but after our last show we not only had to break down all of our equipment, but we had about 2 weeks off as well. This gives me the opportunity to change my pedalboard setup. I'm playing through a Bugera V22 (mic'ed up in an iso chamber). The amp distortion on the V22 is meh...so I am using a Radial London Bones pedal for my main distorted tone, and an Ibanez TS9 to boost it. That's where my question comes into play. I had been using the TS9 in front of the London Bones to boost it with gain, not level, however I am thinking about using the TS9 after the London Bones to boost my signal via level setting, and not gain. Will this setup work better? I understand this is really all just relative to what you like, however my amp is currently locked up at the church I play at, so I can't really mess with it like I want to. Advice?
My Guitars
Squire Affinity Strat
Ibanez RG 350 DX
Fender Stratocaster MIM
Ibanez AEG20E
Tradition Guitars S2000F Pro
If you want your signal to be any louder you would put the TS-9 after the London Blues.

Guitar > LB > TS-9 > B22

You should still be able to add gain.