#1
Hey,

I've got this at the moment:

Guitar > Wah > TS9 > Amp

FX Loop Send > Delay > Chorus > Reverb > EQ > FX Return

I'm new to FX loops, is this how it would work?
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#2
Play around with the order untill it sounds good

As a rule of thumb though, modulation generally goes through the loop.

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#3
The Clone (chorus) seems to be sucking a lot of volume.

I've changed the order to EQ > Chorus > Delay > Reverb

I read somewhere you only get 50% from your effects through the loop, and I'm thinking that might be the case. I haven't had a chance to crank the dirty channel yet cos my lazy bro's still in bed next door. Tonight though...
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EHX Small Clone
Dunlop Crybaby

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#4
The small clone does lose volume in the loop. And delays work better in front of the amp. So i say :

Guitar > Wah > TS9 > Chorus > Delay > Amp

Send > EQ > Reverb > Return
#5
The Delay sounded rubbish with the distortion on in front of the amp. You might be right about the chorus though I'll take that out.
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Dunlop Crybaby

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#6
Well i find my Delay sounds better infront of the amp. But different pedals sound best in different places
#7
I always run the Delay in loop, its sounds poor as on multi-channel amps. The distortion seems to 'amplify' the delay.
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#8
Yeah.

I'm loving the clean channel on this baby.

Such a step up from my MG15!
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MXR 10 Band EQ
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EHX Small Clone
Dunlop Crybaby

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#11
Oh yeah what does the Hi and Lo inputs mean. I didn't get an instruction manual

One thing it does do though is buzz (even well volume on guitar is 0) which is a tad annoying.
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Dunlop Crybaby

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#12
I've never really known what the High and low inputs purposes are, just that one always seems to sound better than the other

It might be to do with Active and Passive pickups, but i'm not sure.
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#13
Dbsubstance would like to know how your LC30 is but hes banned. Hed also like to have your addy because hes considering buying one? Any chance of help?
#14
On my VC the lo input is attenuated 6db (I think), its better for hiigh output pups so they dont get muddied up, the hi output is the opposite.
#15
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On my VC the lo input is attenuated 6db (I think), its better for hiigh output pups so they dont get muddied up, the hi output is the opposite.

Yeah, basically what the Lo does is roll a bit of your volume to ground, and the Hi barely rolls any off, so the Lo is basically the equivalent of rolling your guitar volume back to 7ish.
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#16
Rofl he's banned?

Ah I was using the Lo Output and it wasn't sounding so good.

It's nice, I'm really digging the clean channel. Especially with my effects.

The dirty channel is quite modern sounding. Haven't quite found the chunkiness that I want, but I haven't finished playing with it yet. I'm out all afternoon so I'll give it more detail, maybe even put up a recording on my Youtube later.
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Dunlop Crybaby

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#17
if i got a boss loop station..would i plug it into the fx loop or straight into the amp?
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#18
How shall I connect my rig?

My pedals are a fender pt10 tuner, digitech bad monkey, original crybaby, digitech digidelay, boss ns2. I have a randall rh100. I dont want to use an fx loop.

Thanks guyz
#19
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How shall I connect my rig?

My pedals are a fender pt10 tuner, digitech bad monkey, original crybaby, digitech digidelay, boss ns2. I have a randall rh100. I dont want to use an fx loop.

Thanks guyz


I think GUITAR> tuner first, distortion/wah(you can swap these round for different sounds just pick what sounds best!) delay, ns2 (thats a noise gate right?) > AMP.

however the tuner might go at the end too, im not too sure.
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