#1
Hellow,

I have a question, I'm still planning to buy a new tubeamp but the amp I want has no FX loop...
I play a lot of overdriven sounds with a good amount of reverb, I know reverb BEFORE a preamp sounds like poo!
But I was wondering, if my amp is on clean and I get my overdriven sounds from a pedal, can I place my reverb behind my overdrive to make it sound right?
Maybe a stupid question but since I have no reverb pedal (my previous amp had it switchable built in) I can't test it...

Thanx !
#2
yeah that'll work

though if you've bought an expensive high gain amp that's probably not the best plan
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#3
If you're looking at amps, you could get around this whole problem by choosing one with a decent in-built reverb. But the way you're talking, you've already zeroed in on one amp.

Generally, things like reverb and delay are suggested to go last in a chain of pedals. Sticking a reverb before an overdrive will...overdrive the reverberation along with the guitar signal. If you do get a reverb pedal, yea - stick it after dirt boxes.