#1
I'm thinking tuner>decimator ii>wah>delay

Yes I turned an easy button into a tap tempo for my delay.

Weeping demon is going-- probably getting a 535Q.

What's the best way to do this? Going to build a pedalboard.

#2
Put the decimator in the effects loop, or very last in the chain. Put the tuner first.

After that there are only two possible configurations, try both and draw your own conclusions.
#3
Quote by Roc8995
Put the decimator in the effects loop, or very last in the chain. Put the tuner first.

After that there are only two possible configurations, try both and draw your own conclusions.



Don't you normally want the noise gate before the delay though?

Also, thanks. I'll keep playing around with them
#4
Decimator and Delay both in the loop in that order. That way you are gating your amp and not your guitar/pedals (though you don't have any noisy suspects yet).
#5
Quote by dsomma93
Don't you normally want the noise gate before the delay though?


probably
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#6
Tuner -> Wah -> Amp Input
Amp Send -> Noise Gate -> Delay -> Amp Return
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#7
Quote by dsomma93
Don't you normally want the noise gate before the delay though?

Put the delay in the loop too.

There's only four pedals here, just mess around with them.