#1
I just got a ibanez tube screamer and I'm trying to hook it up with my crybaby at the same time. HOW. I hooked the guitar into the guitar input on the crybaby then put a 6 inch one from the amp output onto the tube screamer guitar input then i hooked a chord from the tube screamer output into my amp and it doesnt work together.

why
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#3
everything is plugged in and everything has a/c adapters and **** and it doesn't have the wah with the distortion at the same time
Gear:
Epiphone G-400
Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#5
lol everything works when i take the wah wah off and hook it up itself it plays and same iwth the tube screamer but when they're connected together it's just the screamer
Gear:
Epiphone G-400
Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#7
^ 100 but that has nothing to do with it.

Threadstarter: It could be the cables make sure you test them. It could also be that your wah is set for clean and its subtle. I'm not sure
#8
100
Gear:
Epiphone G-400
Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#9
your amp have an effects loop ?!?! could always stick the WAH in there if it has.
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#10
Guitar>Pedal 1>Pedal 2>amp

>'s are cables, haha.

If you set it up like that and it doesn't work, something is broke, or not getting power.
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#11
Quote by Connorcore
^ 100 but that has nothing to do with it.

Threadstarter: It could be the cables make sure you test them. It could also be that your wah is set for clean and its subtle. I'm not sure



yeah sometimes it does. my 60 doesn't work with two pedals.
#12
Is it just me, or did you say you plugged went..

guitar > wah input > wah output > tubescreamer output > tubescreamer input > amp?

If so, it need to be tubescreamer input, then output goes to amp.

I think I just read it wrong though.
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#13
Quote by korn-nut
yeah sometimes it does. my 60 doesn't work with two pedals.


It really doesn't, people use pedalboards with all amps. Wattage has nothing to do with it.

Edit: Have you tried them in a different order or putting the wah in the loop?
#14
I don't even know what the 'effects loop' is
Gear:
Epiphone G-400
Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#15
switch the two pedals. Becuase you can't over power the wah with another pedal, But the wah can over power.
#16
the guitar>tubescreamer>wah>amp doesnt even make any sound so that doesn't work out
Gear:
Epiphone G-400
Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#18
I got it to work. thanks guys
Gear:
Epiphone G-400
Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#19
No problem

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#20
Lol! You bought a Tubescreamer with an MG.


(They're meant to push valve amps)
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#21
It's not the only amp I have, sparky
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Fender Strat
Washburn BT-2
Marshall MG100HDFX
Crybaby
Digitech Hendrix Pedal (Multi-Effects)
Blues Driver
Tube Screamer TS-9
M-Audio Jam Lab
Digitech GNX4 Guitar workstation
#22
They still work W/SS amps. It just doesnt sound the same. I bring my OD9 (Keeley) to my brothers, who owns some crate ss, and it works fine to push the lead channel into metal territory. You cant get that overdriven grit with it like you can on a tube amp though.
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#23
The input impedance of the TS after the wah makes it so that the wah isn't as strong. Put a buffer in between, or switch the order.
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#24
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Batteries? Cables? Should work.
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