#1
i know the default answer is going to be to try it, and i have messed around with it for a little bit.

here is my board, going into a clean amp.

option 1:

fulltone clyde > voodoo lab proctavia > zendrive > OCD > malekko wolftone fetish > voodoo lab microvibe > malekko 616 delay.

or should i try...

option 2:

fulltone clyde > voodoo lab proctavia > malekko wolftone fetish > zendrive > OCD > voodoo lab microvibe > malekko 616 delay.

__________

does it make more sense to get the more raw pedals first? or the more raw last?

the wolftone fetish is nasty, i am not sure if it should go before or after the other OD's. i am sick of plugging and unplugging.
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#2
If you want a wild ride, put the dirt on the frontside.

If you want control, it would seem that nasty goes lasty.
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If you want a wild ride, put the dirt on the frontside.

If you want control, it would seem that nasty goes lasty.


Nice poem.

I think I like where it is now. Proctavia before, zendrive and ocd after.

I want to get this worked out because I am going to build a board for this layout. I want to get it as set in stone as i can.
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#4
Mmm...I bet that sounds like a werewolf coming out of your amp.
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#5
Nice pedals to be running together, dayum.

I might throw a spanner in and say Fuzz first, even before the wah, can get nasty. The good kind of nasty. Then overdrive after wah and finally distortion (if you want to push the front end of the distortion).

I don't think there is a set rule, personal taste really. A lighter OD after a heavier OD/distortion can help boost and sculpt the EQ a bit more. I run a Blues Driver set up dirty into a Tubescreamer set as a clean boost and it sounds much smoother that way.
#6
For me, I would tend to put them almost increasing the gain as you go (So similar to what everyone else has been saying) Then maybe throwing one crazy pedal at the front of it all for more flexibility and madness
#7
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Nice pedals to be running together, dayum.

I might throw a spanner in and say Fuzz first, even before the wah, can get nasty. The good kind of nasty. Then overdrive after wah and finally distortion (if you want to push the front end of the distortion).

I don't think there is a set rule, personal taste really. A lighter OD after a heavier OD/distortion can help boost and sculpt the EQ a bit more. I run a Blues Driver set up dirty into a Tubescreamer set as a clean boost and it sounds much smoother that way.


thanks!

i don't like the wah after the proctavia... so wah > proctavia

i don't like the fetish before the wah, but i am open to messing around with it more.

i think its going to be wah > proctavia > fetish >...
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For me, I would tend to put them almost increasing the gain as you go (So similar to what everyone else has been saying) Then maybe throwing one crazy pedal at the front of it all for more flexibility and madness


i do the same thing stacking od's generally, but this board is a little different for me. its kind of a hendrix type rig, but it will be used for blues/blues rock more than hendrix. it will be just a little more grainy and fuzzier mutation, basically blues hendrix influenced.

i am so fucking tired right now, hopefully that is coherent. lol.
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#10
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Oh cool! In that case maybe put the octave fuzz before the Wah then?


i could try it again, i think i liked it better with the wah > proctavia better, but i have changed things so many times i am going silly. haha.
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#11
some (not all) fuzzes and wahs don't like not to be first in the chain, so first thing you'd want to determine is if yours care about that or not.

after that I'd generally run od into distortion because i like having the option of boosting a distortion pedal.
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#12
my rule of thumb is low gain to high gaon. but really it's a matter of opinion.
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