#1
Yo...

I'm looking for some good advice as to how I should setup my pedal chain. Here it is:

Guitar -> Wah -> Distortion -> Phase -> Delay -> Compressor -> Amp.

^This is not how the chain of effects actually is. I'm only using my Wah at the moment. But I have all those, so what order do you guys suggest I put it in? (I recently acquired the Phase, Delay, and Comp, so I'm kinda confused now). If one or two should go in the FX loop, let me know too. Helpful advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!
#2
Sorry man, I have no clue how to setup that stuff, but congrats on gettin' the new stuff. What brands are they?
#3
Quote by xXWylde_ManXx
Sorry man, I have no clue how to setup that stuff, but congrats on gettin' the new stuff. What brands are they?


Thanks bro. Heres my gear (I would put it in my sig but I dunno how ) :

2005 Epi Les Paul Standard
Boss DS-1
Dunlop Wah 535Q (I shoulda gotten the classic, but i got a good deal)
MXR Phase 90
Boss DD-3 MIJ
MXR DynaComp
Marshall JCM 800 (50 watt combo)
#6
just piss about with it
in that article it explains the 'proper' way to do it

but if you want crazy effects try umm...

phaser first then distort the phaser!
i really don't know

i'm currently building my pedal collection
so i'm interested in that kinda thing
i reckon most of its down to experimenting
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Ran Custom Invader


Maxon OD9 Pro+
ISP Decimator
Diago Powerstation



Marshall TSL60
Marshall 1960A cab


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#7
Quote by samtewari
i reckon most of its down to experimenting


Yah thats probably what its gonna end up being. I'm kind of a noob with effects so I figure some help won't hurt. I'm probably gonna end up running my LP straight into the Marshall anyway...there's nothing like a roaring JCM800 with the gain all the way up! (personal opinion )
#8
this is what i wanna get when i sort out a pedal board n stuff

http://www.loop-master.com/product_info.php?cPath=21&products_id=54

you can run your effects through three seperate effects loops
so you can then select a loop when you need it
eg. fx for a clean tone in one loop, fx for rhythmm in the next and then a lead tone
(theres more models with more loops and features etc)

then theres a TRUE bypass switch so you're effectively plugging your guitar straight into your amp

they sound too good to be true if you're using effects

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Gibson Les Paul Standard
Ran Custom Invader


Maxon OD9 Pro+
ISP Decimator
Diago Powerstation



Marshall TSL60
Marshall 1960A cab


www.myspace.com/samtewari