#1
is there anyway to use multiple guitar effect pedals hooked up and use certain ones in presets?
like could i have one preset using my overdrive, chorus, and compressor as one channel and switch to a second channel that uses my delay/reverb/ compressor and be able to switch between the two only clicking one switch? or a channel switching pedal that would work on pedals not just an amp? and multiple other presets? I'm still pretty new to using my pedals and i feel like there is an easier way to switch than clicking four or five pedals
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is there anyway to use multiple guitar effect pedals hooked up and use certain ones in presets?
like could i have one preset using my overdrive, chorus, and compressor as one channel and switch to a second channel that uses my delay/reverb/ compressor and be able to switch between the two only clicking one switch? or a channel switching pedal that would work on pedals not just an amp? and multiple other presets? I'm still pretty new to using my pedals and i feel like there is an easier way to switch than clicking four or five pedals


Yes. One Control makes a bunch of stuff like that.

http://www.one-control.com/xenagama-tail-loop.html
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#4
well in the most simple form, a true bypass looper does this. it basically creates its own loop you puth a bunch of effects in, and then takes everything in that loop out (or in) the signal.

so any pedal you have clicked on will all be on at once when you turn the looper on and visa versa.

very cheap - 40 bucks
http://www.loop-master.com/product_info.php?cPath=22&products_id=30

if you want to pay extra for a paint job get one of these

http://www.nosepedal.com/store

but really a ton of companies makes a looper. its simply like an on/off switch. good construction is about the only performance requirement.
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^ yeah, a looper is the easier, cheaper way to do it, but will only let you set up loops of pedals that you want all on at once- fine if you always use your od and distortion pedal at the same time, say, and your chorus and delay at the same time, but not so fine if you sometimes use chorus with od and mix and match. Which is what the OP seems to want to do. EDIT: of course, depending on how much cheaper the true bypass loop route is, you could always just double up on a couple of pedals.
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