#1
bought an isp decimator today just wondering where i should chain it.
at the end of chain right before amp input?
or
at the end of chain in fx send/return?
#2
Try it at both - I think some people prefer it in the loop while others like it up front.
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Try it at both - I think some people prefer it in the loop while others like it up front.

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#4
agreed with the above posts- also it depends on what gear you're running too (presumably).
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#5
I have the pedal version for my Peavey XXX and I find that it works best to reduce amp feedback and hum at high volumes when in the fx chain, but at low volumes I tend to put it before amp input as to reduce pickup noise.
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