#1
hey everyone.. i have got my hands on a DOD noise supressor that i want to add to my current pedal setup..

i can sometimes get a fair bit of feedback as i use a fair bit of gain etc..

my pedals are distortion, flanger & delay (into head)

then whammy, graphic EQ & wah (effects loop)

what is the best place to but it?

thanks for any advise
#3
its a Randall RH200G2SC half stack.. so basically it should be the last pedal into the head (excluding the delay?)
#4
if its active all the time, try the fx loop, in front of all the others
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#5
Quote by zero_1999
its a Randall RH200G2SC half stack.. so basically it should be the last pedal into the head (excluding the delay?)


yep though delay should be in your fx loop
#6
all of those should be in the effects loop excluding the distortion which should be in front of the amp (possibly the wah)
Start Effects Loop-->EQ-->Whammy-->Flange-->Wah-->Noise Suppressor-->Delay-->/ Effects Loop
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For feedback, it would be best right before your amp, as the last pedal infront of it!

Guitar ---->other effects ---->suppressor ----->amp


ahh but however it is always better to have reverbs/delay after noise cancellation. I guarantee it
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