#1
I am pretty out of it, haven't bought anything in quite some time, I've had my basic pedalboard all this time of Amp > RC-20XL > MXR 108 > Boss TU-2 > Guitar.

I am going to buy a Pigtronix Philosopher's Tone, Corona Chorus and either an OCD or Mosfet. What is a decent order to connect everything? Appreciate any help, thanks
Takamine EG341SC
Godin Freeway Classic -> Boss TU-2 -> Fulltone OCD -> MXR M173 -> Boss RC-20XL -> Traynor YCV50 Blue
#2
Its all preference.
But...a general starting point is :

Guitar > Tuner > Wah > Dirt > Modulation > Reverb.

Modulation would include Phase, Chorus, Delay.
Usually Delay just before reverb.
#3
As CodeMonk says, it's preference. But the order that's listed is considered"normal."

Although you may find something that works better for you in a different order and should that be the case, go for it.
I work with a lot of touring bands and big names and see many pedal boards and there are quite famous people out there getting great tones from things I would never have considered myself... Each to one's own.
It's an opinion. It's subjective. And I'm right, anyway.
#4
As CodeMonk said, those are a general starting point. Sometimes dirt before wah sounds really cool. Or sometimes phaser before dirt adds a neat effect.
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#5
Thanks fellas And "dirt" is referring to? (I'm so out of it sorry lol).
Takamine EG341SC
Godin Freeway Classic -> Boss TU-2 -> Fulltone OCD -> MXR M173 -> Boss RC-20XL -> Traynor YCV50 Blue
#7
Quote by CodeMonk
Its all preference.
But...a general starting point is :

Guitar > Tuner > Wah > Dirt > Modulation > Reverb.

Modulation would include Phase, Chorus, Delay.
Usually Delay just before reverb.


completely right, though i like to have a volume pedal in the front
#8
Quote by randywolf244
completely right, though i like to have a volume pedal in the front


Forgot about that one.
I have mine set up switchable between the front and the end.
I usually keep it at the end though as a master volume.