I'm getting the Visual Sound Route 66 which is a compressor/overdrive pedal in one. Normally you put the compressor first but it's got the overdrive with it, which would go in front of my wah? Or should I put it after the wah before my distortion pedal? Seems a c*** up design
Note: I'll only be using the compressor for clean tones if that helps.
Last edited by Guitar137335 at Jan 28, 2015,
I'd put everything after the wah.

Some though like distortions before wah's, so simply try everything and keep the setup you like best.
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you could always buy separate pedals if you really care. that's one of the obvious flaws with double pedals (some fancier ones will let you choose the order, though).
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