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Hey, I have 2 pedals, a Boss DS-1 and a Dunlop Crybaby wah, and I want to get a Boss TU-2 tuning pedal soon. I was wondering where it should be placed in my lineup? I have the guitar leading into the wah, into the Boss into the amp, and I want to know exactly where it should go. Thanks!
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#2
place it first, then your crybaby, and try your DS-1. all threw the amp, not a loop. You won't lose volume that way (or at least for me). WeRd
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Quote by Acidpickle
Hey, I have 2 pedals, a Boss DS-1 and a Dunlop Crybaby wah, and I want to get a Boss TU-2 tuning pedal soon. I was wondering where it should be placed in my lineup? I have the guitar leading into the wah, into the Boss into the amp, and I want to know exactly where it should go. Thanks!


Wow, I'm sigged.

Bow down to the king, bitches.

Oh, the question, right.

I personally wouldn't recommend a tuning pedal...you can just get a normal Boss or Korg tuner for like 1/5 the price. However, if you insist on throwing away money because you're a lazy bastard, then I'd do what guitarrocka said - put the tuning pedal first, then the crybaby, then the distortion pedal.

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Oh, I just found that thread...hah, I barely even remember that.

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Last edited by Vindication at May 14, 2006,
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Quote by Teleprompters
its not laziness, its very nice during a gig to have it their and ready, i would just put it in the effects loop, i wouldnt get teh Boss TU-2, ill recommend the Planet Waves Stage tuner pedal


Second that. I have that and it is a lot easier to see in my opinion. The TU-2 isn't hard to see but this is just lot brighter for darker gigs. It also is a strobe tuner if you want that. I have it and I love it.