#1
i own a mxr 10 band eq, boss mt2, mxr dyna comp, and a crybaby wah from hell what order should i put them in for the best sound.
#2
Well, what amp do you have? Because, to get a DECENT sound, I'd suggest ditching the MT-2.

But yeah... I'd put the wah first, and distortion second. I'm not entirely sure on the other two, however. I'm sure someone else can come along and tell you, though.
#3
Generally, wah goes first, then modulation (chorus, phaser etc), then overdrive, then delay and finally compression. I can't remember where EQ is supposed to come.

But experiment. Different orders produce different sounds.
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#5
A lot of people like their EQ in the FX loop (that is assuming your amp has one) it also helps to know what amp you have and what style music you play.
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