#1
i've been perfecting this for a while the only thing missing is a isp decimator
the order goes amp-->boss dd-3 digital delay-->electro-harmonix small clone-->electro-harmonix metal muff-->boss tu-2 chromatic tuner-->boss ds-1 distortion-->ibanez ts-9dx turbo tube screamer-->mxr phase 90 m-101, and the one you can't see lol, a gcb-95 dunlop crybaby wah
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#2
Is there meant to be a pic there?
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#4
you forgot to put the image in. isn't the tuner supposed to go in front of everything though?
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#5
sorry about that

yeah out of store this stuff is like 655 all together
the board is a johnson powered one that i got online for 35 , 50 with shipping
now on to a jcm 900 4100 head and 1960 cab
in a while though
just tell me what you think
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#7
As you duly note in your sig, the thing that's holding you back isn't your pedalboard.
#8
personally I would put chorus after distortion, but yeah that's a nice set up.
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#9
yeah i find that if you put it after the distortions (ds-1 or the muff) it sounds likes **** lol
just not very good quality
before them it gets really crystal clear
now the next thing i'll do is put the phase 90, dd-3, and chorus in the effects loop
but i have too get a couple big chords for that lol
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#10
yeah $705 USD for this all new
i paid 50 for tuner, (used) dd-3 was a gift, (new) small clone bought used for 36! best deal i've ever had pretty much, wah new for 70, phase 90 a trade, my boss ph-3 for the phase 90, the guy was dumb lol, tubescreamer used for 75, ds-1 is not mine, but i've borrowed it for like 1 1/2 years so it might as well be mine, and metal muff new
yeah so in all i paid 331 for that stuff
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#12
If you like the gcb-95 I'd try a 535q or a crybaby from hell as they are much better, yet still have a similar sound.
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#13
yeah i would but honestly ds-1 vs. mg distortion lol
thats what i thought
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#14
what is your power supply?
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#15
It's pretty average IMO. THere is really no need for you to have a Metal Muff, DS-1 AND a Turbo Tubescreamer, in light of the fact you own a solid state amp, and a **** one at that. I would keep the Tubescreamer and get a new amp before the Decimator if I were you. The phaser is a briliant addition. The delay is ok, but you could do better/go analog (I also have a DD-3 which i may replace with a T-Rex Replica). The wah is great, but you could adjust the sweep if you havem't already. The Small Clone fits well, even though I hate Small Clones and would recommend you go a better chorus. Out of 10, I would say a 5.
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It's pretty average IMO. THere is really no need for you to have a Metal Muff, DS-1 AND a Turbo Tubescreamer, in light of the fact you own a solid state amp, and a **** one at that. I would keep the Tubescreamer and get a new amp before the Decimator if I were you. The phaser is a briliant addition. The delay is ok, but you could do better/go analog (I also have a DD-3 which i may replace with a T-Rex Replica). The wah is great, but you could adjust the sweep if you havem't already. The Small Clone fits well, even though I hate Small Clones and would recommend you go a better chorus. Out of 10, I would say a 5.

Keep the DD-3 even if you buy a Replica. Two delays are better than one.

To the TS, I think your setup looks decent enough. I'd swap the MM or DS-1 with a fuzz, though.

By the way, people need to stop writing out the effects chain from amp to guitar. I know they're laid out that way on the floor, but the signal moves the other way.
Do it like this: guitar>pedal 1>pedal 2>pedal 3>pedal 4>amp
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Keep the DD-3 even if you buy a Replica. Two delays are better than one.

To the TS, I think your setup looks decent enough. I'd swap the MM or DS-1 with a fuzz, though.

By the way, people need to stop writing out the effects chain from amp to guitar. I know they're laid out that way on the floor, but the signal moves the other way.
Do it like this: guitar>pedal 1>pedal 2>pedal 3>pedal 4>amp
Not like this: amp>pedal 4>pedal 3>pedal 2>pedal 1> guitar

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This guy is full of win. Add his statements onto what i said and you have yourself some definite advice worth considering. By the way kyrreca, I already have the DD-3 AND a Diamond Memory Lane so I just wish to consider a substitute.
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By the way kyrreca, I already have the DD-3 AND a Diamond Memory Lane so I just wish to consider a substitute.

Ooh, very nice. Replica and Memory Lane would be an awesome combination. Two tap tempo delays! I love tap tempo.
#20
Yes, that is the main reason why I considered the replacement. I also love tap tempo, it saves lives in my effects-laden setup. I very much like your effects board as well, and sweet amp!
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It's pretty average IMO. THere is really no need for you to have a Metal Muff, DS-1 AND a Turbo Tubescreamer, in light of the fact you own a solid state amp, and a **** one at that. I would keep the Tubescreamer and get a new amp before the Decimator if I were you. The phaser is a briliant addition. The delay is ok, but you could do better/go analog (I also have a DD-3 which i may replace with a T-Rex Replica). The wah is great, but you could adjust the sweep if you havem't already. The Small Clone fits well, even though I hate Small Clones and would recommend you go a better chorus. Out of 10, I would say a 5.


only reason why i have distortion pedals is because of the mg
that is all pretty much
once i get what i'm thinking is going to be a jcm 900, than i'll most likely toss those
and maybe get like someone said a little bif muff or a double muff, suggestions?
i would but i have to hold on to the mg for another 6 months or so (don't ask)
yeah the dd-3 is pretty good
i'm satisfied, i'm getting the wah modded with a bigger sweep, true bypass, and more vocal too
small clone is sick
anyone know anything about the dd-7?
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