#1
hey

at the mo this is my board plan

morley bad horsie wah
boss tu2
mxr phase 90 m101 (not true i beleive)
isp decimator (not true also?)
boss comp asustainer
maxon od808
maxon ad9 delay
ehx holy grail
ehx chorus

as far i know the mxr and isp are the only not true bypass?

but how will this affect my tone?

is it worth having them odified or changing them for diffrenet pedals?

and do i need to worry about the isp decimator as its always on?

any help greatly appreciated, just trying to get the best for my gear, sound and money.

thanks
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
Put the mxr and isp furthest in the chain from your amp. If that modifies the sound too much, switch it so they are closest to your amp. One of the two should make it so they don't modify anythin except when pushed on.
#3
none of the boss is TB

but they have pretty good buffered bypass. nothing to sweat about. in fact, a good buffer at the start of a big TB rig can help reduce signal degredation
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#4
Actually people get too hung up with true bypass. It's good to have at least one with a good buffer, otherwise you'll lose more tone!
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#6
so can u tell me the order from guitar to amp
and which ones to run in the effects loop of the 6505?

drawings would help lol im bad at this sort of thing!
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)