#1
So I just got a Marshall Regenerator for my birthday, tried it out it’s pretty cool!

I’ve got a wah too, and was wondering whats the best way to connect everything together?

Is there some sort of tiny lead I can get to plug the two pedals together?

Thinking about getting a tube-screamer too, as the distortion from my DSL 401 just isn’t that good.

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#2
wah first. then distortion. and yea, they sell 6 inch cords to connect effects.
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Oh, so it matters what order you put them in too?

TBH I'd rather have the wah furthest to the right (end of the chain), but sound over practicality.
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Oh, so it matters what order you put them in too?

TBH I'd rather have the wah furthest to the right (end of the chain), but sound over practicality.


It can make a huge amount of difference to your sound; here's an article that explains about where and more importantly why pedals should go where they go.
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So something like this? The head looks like it's a stupid angle, but I can't find anything else...

On a side note, how would a Tube Screamer sound with a single coil strat and a dsl 401, would it give me a heavier sound?
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So something like this? The head looks like it's a stupid angle, but I can't find anything else...

On a side note, how would a Tube Screamer sound with a single coil strat and a dsl 401, would it give me a heavier sound?

a tube screamer on it's own is pretty low gain, so don't expect a heavier sound on the clean channel. you could layer the TS and the distrotion channel though.
and why does that head look like a stupid angle ? that's the only type of head on that kind of cables you'll find i think... it's more practical that straight heads.
and yeas, that's a cable for pedals.
#9
Fair enough, I just expected something straight, just me being a noob!

Ok I was just gonna get a Tubescreamer and see, but for 80 quid it's better to be sure. Shame I live no where near any guitar shops
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Fair enough, I just expected something straight, just me being a noob!

Ok I was just gonna get a Tubescreamer and see, but for 80 quid it's better to be sure. Shame I live no where near any guitar shops

what are you going to use it for ?
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and why does that head look like a stupid angle ? that's the only type of head on that kind of cables you'll find i think...


que? all of my patch cables are straight jacks.
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what are you going to use it for ?


Teh tubescreamer? To get a bigger sound out of my DSL 401.

It just sounds a bit weaksauce on the distortion front.

I know you're sposed to crank it but it's still a bit cack cranked.

Could be the fact I only have single coils, but my MG15cdr seems to give more distortion than my DSL so I don't think it's my pickups.
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que? all of my patch cables are straight jacks.

really ? never seen that before... i find angled jacks very practical.

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Teh tubescreamer? To get a bigger sound out of my DSL 401.

It just sounds a bit weaksauce on the distortion front.

I know you're sposed to crank it but it's still a bit cack cranked.

Could be the fact I only have single coils, but my MG15cdr seems to give more distortion than my DSL so I don't think it's my pickups.

ah yeah for that purpose it'd be good.
if you want more distortion that is. if you only want a bigger sound, then fiddle with the EQ a bit.
keep in mind that a TS is an OD pedal (not a dist. pedal) , and is pretty low gain.
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