#1
I have a rouge RG65R amp with an effects loop. I plug my metal master the Fx loop, then to my crybaby, then to my LP. when I plug my guitar into the low or high input and leave my Fx in the loop, it screws up. can anyone help me and possibly give me some settings for my Metal Master and amp?
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
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Boss SD-1 Overdrive; NS-2
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#2
Try taking the metal master out of the effects loop. Just Guitar -> Effects -> Amp.

I think the effects loop is for stuff like Chorus, Delay etc
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#3
when I do, the crybaby sounds really low and like crap
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
Peavey Valveking
Boss SD-1 Overdrive; NS-2
Fender Tuner
#4
The Wah will sound different when placed before the Distortion and different when it's placed after. Try both to see what you like better or use your amps distortion. I'd don't have a wah so I can't offer you much help on this sorry.
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#5
Do you use the loop like amp->effects->amp (on amp: send; return) and then you guitar->(other fx)->amp? Because if you put your guitar _IN_ the FX loop, you'll get some unwanted behavior... Also, overdrive/dist pedal don't work well in loops..
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#6
I do it like this, Epiphone to the high input, then I take the Metal Master and put a cable from the output to the send in the fx loop, then I couple it through the input to the crybaby, then the input of that to the return in the fx loop
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
Peavey Valveking
Boss SD-1 Overdrive; NS-2
Fender Tuner
#7
Try my practice-amp set up:

Guitar-->distortion-->wah-->amp (clean channel)
#8
yeah listen to danno. he knows his ****.
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#9
Quote by Danno13
Try my practice-amp set up:

Guitar-->distortion-->wah-->amp (clean channel)



I do that some, but too much buzz (its a rouge, im getting a marshall stack), by the way, is a rocktron hush pedal any good? I want a Noise Surpressor, and Rocktron is the cheapest
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
Peavey Valveking
Boss SD-1 Overdrive; NS-2
Fender Tuner
#10
It's not, really.

And... please tel me you don't mean the MG100DFX stack. That is a horrible amp.
#11
yeah, that one or a Randall or Crate, what is wrong with the marshall and hush pedal? will a boss or MXR be better and which one?
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
Peavey Valveking
Boss SD-1 Overdrive; NS-2
Fender Tuner
Last edited by synester_gates at May 8, 2006,