#1
just received my a peavey 6505 and Marshall 1960av cab ...
its amazing...

gone from a marshall mg30dfx lol.

also bought some pedals as had a boss gt3 before but they are just far to complex and processed sounding....

so ive gone for a maxon od808 re -issue for a signal and tone boost.
morley bad horsie wah 2
boss tu 2 tuner
and an isp decimator for the moment!

anyone got any order ideas for the pedals in the effects loop.
.....im a real noob when it comes to stomp boxes and half stacks so really appreciate any help...

also anyone recommend some good cables....

and finally 4ohms or 16ohms for my head and cab???

cheers
own;
peavey 6505
marshall 1960av cab
esp ltd ec1000 18V M0D
schecter black hawk
prs standard 24 platinum grey
ibanez aeg10e acoustic

want;
dual rectifier 3 channel head
prs custom 24
tremonti se (duncan p/ups)
schecter tempest (red)
#2
Tuner -> Wah -> OD (switch wah and OD if you like), Decimator in the loop. Ohms don't really matter as long as they match, I think some people prefer higher for some reason, forgot what. But it doesn't really matter as long as they match.
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#3
What style of music do you play? Cause it sounds like you have everything you need
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#4
Ohms DO matter. It depends on how many Ohms the speakers are and how they are connected
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#5
i like a delay/echo for solos (if you play rhythm mostly, though, you can probably do without that).

chorus and/or reverb pedal would help the cleans.

try the decimator both in front of the amp and in the loop, depending on your rig, it could sound better in one or the other place.
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#6
ok what do u mean when u say in front of the amp and in the loop??

loop being effects loop... whats the bennifits differences???,

im such a noob.

play metal of sorts... Killswitch, 36 crazyfists, still remains and some nu metal... papa roach linkin park that sort of stuff!
own;
peavey 6505
marshall 1960av cab
esp ltd ec1000 18V M0D
schecter black hawk
prs standard 24 platinum grey
ibanez aeg10e acoustic

want;
dual rectifier 3 channel head
prs custom 24
tremonti se (duncan p/ups)
schecter tempest (red)
#7
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Ohms DO matter. It depends on how many Ohms the speakers are and how they are connected


That's what I ment. Maybe my post was a bit unclear, I'll try to clear it up.

Most heads/cabs allow you to switch the ohms you use (you can also rewire cabs to use different ohms). The important thing is that the both the head and the cab use the same ohm rating. However, it doesn't matter whether that ohm rating is 4 or 16, as long as it's the same for both of them.
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^^ the loop bypasses the preamp so you don't get distortion from there... some fx sound better in the loop (e.g. delay, chorus), others are designed to go in front of the amp (i.e. from your guitar -> pedal -> amp, e.g. wah, overdrive etc.).

some people prefer the sound of the decimator in front, some prefer it in the loop. there's a new decimator pedal out which allows you to put it in both at the same time (like the rack version). might be worth considering, but it might be more expensive than the standard decimator.
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