#1
Once I get a little better I'd like to buy some pedals. So I was thinking the Boss DS-1 for distortion and the Danelectro Fab Chorus for chorus. Will I have any problems running both pedals at the same time? i.e. the setup would go like this guitar > one pedal > other pedal > amp.
Or, is there some other pedal I can get that could do both distortion and chorus effects? Thanks.
#2
uhm, yeah, that will work...
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#3
Are there any inexpensive pedals that could do both those effects?

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How would the sounds differ between the boss ds-1 and this?
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#4
A multi efx pedal, but the low end ones (RP's) sound like garbage most of the time.
But, that's your best bet to get a feel for effects so you know what you want once you start buying individual pedals.
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#5
Go for the danelectro metal pedalboard.
Every effect you'll wanna play around with for a LONG time.
Power supplies, patch cables, case, pedals.
All for 150.
Get it.
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#6
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A multi efx pedal


Like this one? Yeah I know it'll sound like crap but I have a very cheap guitar and amp anyway so it doesn't really matter. But will that pedal do chorus and distortion?
#7
IMO the Fab line is crap, but i suppose could not be that bad for a begginer. The DS-1 however, is a great pedal and will probobaly remain in your pedalboard for a long time, should you choose to buy it.
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What power supply would you recommend for the Fab's and the DS-1?

Don't really need one, just get rechargeable 9 volts.
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#10
I'd really rather not use batteries. Anybody know what kind of power cable is used in this video to connect the fabs? It'd be nice to only have to buy one cable.
#11
^ Maybe look into the 1-spot?
http://www.visualsound.net/1spot.htm

It's not the best but great for the price and should do well enough for practicing and such. Should fit with most Boss style adapters.

Edit: The Guy in that video mentions these.
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Boss-PCS20A-DC-Power-Cords?sku=151322&src=3WFRWXX&ZYXSEM=0&CAWELAID=26018501
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