#1
Im just trying out my boss today and its not making any difference, i could have hooked it up wrong but i dont think so
I dont have a confusing chain its just <amp-NS2- DigitechMM- viper 400>
but when i turn it up loud it squeals terrible, iv got both the nobs turned to min. But when i turn the MM off its perfect, what could be the problem? do i need to mess with the MM or change stuff around on the NS2
im running through a general half stack btw

If anyone could give me some suggestions id really appreciate it
#3
the NS needs to be the last pedal in the chain, it should be the one that actually plugs into the Amp/effects loop.
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#4
Quote by bartdevil_metal
Try putting it at the other end of the chain?

I really don't know, but if I had to guess...


then it wouldnt be suppressing the MM at all
#5
Quote by BackSeatSuicide
the NS needs to be the last pedal in the chain, it should be the one that actually plugs into the Amp/effects loop.


thats how i have it and it thats when the MM squeals bad
could it be the setting on NS2?
#6
What amp do you have?

Are you talking about the Digitech Metal Master? Of course it's going to be quieter when it's off.
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^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.
#7
I just stopped using my NS-2. I had a lot of hum because of the crappy electricity net in America, but now I moved back to the Netherlands my setup is actually quieter without the NS-2.

Put the NS-2 last in your chain, set the first knob to 25%, second to 0% and put it on reduction. If it still squeals, you got a broken unit probably.
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