#1
What do you think about this chain:

Wah Wah -> Tuner -> Distortion -> Noise Suppressor -> Phaser -> Chorus -> Delay -> Reverb.

Thanks.
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#2
They're in a reasonable order if that's what you mean

How does it sound?
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#3
tuner should be first, noise suppressor should be last

i would put the delay after the reverb but thats a matter of taste
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#4
Tuner first.
And noise suppressor after modulation effects like delay can sometimes screw with your repeats.

I would do like :
Tuner -> Wah Wah -> Distortion -> Noise Suppressor -> Phaser -> Chorus -> Delay -> Reverb.

But experiment.
#5
If that's the order that works best for you, then it's the correct order.

If you still need to ask if it's right, you haven't experimented enough.
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If that's the order that works best for you, then it's the correct order.

If you still need to ask if it's right, you haven't experimented enough.


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#7
It sounds actually good. Being more specific, I've seen that some people putting the Tuner after Wah, I tried both ways and didn't notice a difference.

Others put the noise gate as last. I tried it that way and the delay doesn't feel good. Seems that noise gate reduces the feedback.

So now my only doubt is related to tuner.

Thanks.
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#8
IMO, your tuner can be wherever on your board is most convenient. So long as it's a decent pedal, having it in any position won't have any effect on your sound whatsoever. It's something you'll only ever use between songs, so it doesn't even need to be particularly accessible for quick changes.

Get all your other pedals where you find them easiest to switch between, then see where the space on your board is. Put the tuner there.
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Quote by GaryBillington
IMO, your tuner can be wherever on your board is most convenient. So long as it's a decent pedal, having it in any position won't have any effect on your sound whatsoever. It's something you'll only ever use between songs, so it doesn't even need to be particularly accessible for quick changes.

Get all your other pedals where you find them easiest to switch between, then see where the space on your board is. Put the tuner there.


Expanding on this, if you're a true pedalboard fiend, you just lay out your board how you want it, and then just make custom length cables to make the chain however you want it.

Easy peasy.
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#11
as everybody is saying what works for you is best, but i really think there is an advantage having to tuner first. its the most pure tone and it should get the clearest tone you will get to ensure best possible tuners
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#12
If you have an effects, loop you could try using that too.
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