#1
Do I run my overdrive before my distortion or after? What kind of tones will i get with that and vice versa? Thanks in advance.
#2
You run it before a tube amp.
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#3
Ok thanks. So I run Distortion first and then the Bad Monkey thanks.
#4
i dont think it would matter at all. i always run my distortion first though
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#5
Quote by babybat
Ok thanks. So I run Distortion first and then the Bad Monkey thanks.


What? No.
You'd run your guitar through the Bad Monkey and then into a tube amp. If you're running it into a distortion pedal...it's going to sound terrible. If you must do it, run the OD first.
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#6
...are you joking again? I'm tired and I should go to sleep.

Dammit what a great post.
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#7
Im not running anything into a tube amp im running a distortion pedlal into a Bad Monkey.
#8
Quote by babybat
Im not running anything into a tube amp im running a distortion pedlal into a Bad Monkey.


Well...you shouldn't.
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#10
Since you got a bad monkey and a distortion pedal and wonder how inte sounds, just try it. If one way sounds like crap just switch the order of the pedals...
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#11
Put the OD in front of the distortion pedal. You have to be careful setting both pedals up or else you'll end up with noise.
#12
guitar -> overdrive -> distortion -> amp.

The Bad Monkey is gonna tighten your tone but won't change it too much.
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