Right now I am running multiple effects, and I have a problem with 2 of them. They go as such-
Boss Noise Supressor> Boss Chromatic Tuner> Dunlop Zakk Wylde Wah> Ibanez Tube Screamer> Boss MT-2> Ibanez TS-9> MXR Phase 90> Boss Super Chorus> Boss OC-2 Octaver> Rocktron Short Timer> Bespeco Volume pedal.
It was my understanding that a Tube screamer could be used to boost the gain on another distortion pedal, yet when I have both the metal zone and the tube screamer on, there is a loud screeching sound unless the gain is almost at zero on my MT-2
I am currently just running this though the clean channel of a Line 6 Spider 3, as I will not get my Tube amplifier for another Month. I have been building this pedal board in anticipation of getting it. PLease help. Is there something wrong with one of my pedals?
you neeed to put the tube screamer before the distortion of the same problem and it took me like a half an hour the tube screamer is an obnoxious pedal and if your running on a pedal board just remember put the tube screamer then the ditortion then everything else
maxon tube screamer
Digitech death metal
MXR phase 90
and dime crybaby from hell
and digitech rp90
and it all works perfect of you put the tube screamer in front of all the pedals
good luck man!
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What order should I put my guitar pedals in from my guitar to my amp?
I have a Digitech RP200, Boss DS-1 Distortion, MXR Carbon Copy, and an MXR Stereo Chorus pedal. I'm curious was order I should put these effects in from my guitar to my amp for the best sound?
Yeah, it actually does make a difference. Your setup is a little different as you are combining stomp boxes and a digital effects unit. I honestly do not use multi-effects so no idea where it should go. But with the other 3 this is the order you want.
It is important to have your distortion pedals as the leaders of your chain because they are what your guitar tone is based on. Placing these pedals first in your chain ensures that you are only distorting your true guitar sound. When you start playing with multiple effects, this keeps the integrity of the more complex effects pedals like chorus and flange in tact. These pedals carefully alter your guitar's signal, and distorting them could taken away from their tone.
2) Carbon Copy
Placing a Delay pedal in this position will result in only the signal coming into it to be repeated, thus preserving the sound of the modulation effects that will come after it. You do not want to add delay to effects like flange, and chorus. If you were to place these before your Delay pedal, the effects they create would also be delayed. You want these to be consistent while the core sound of your guitar is being delayed
3) Chorus (modulation)
Modulation effects consist of flange, chorus, phase, envelope filters, etc. All of these add color, and depth to your sound. Like I said before, it is important to keep these signals as true as possible on their way to your amplifier. Running a flanger effect before a distortion, or overdrive pedal would distort the flanger's sound, and would harm the subtlety of the effect.
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How do you play that really distorted and dirty ending to dani california. The part that just repeats and sounds like John is just bending the hell out of his guitar strings? What amp settings and guitar settings should i use? I have a line 6 amp and the settings include: drive, bass, mid, treble, and channel volume. The amp has some channels that include clean, crunch, metal, and insane. I'm guessing I should use either crunch or clean but I'm not sure. The amp also has some effects: chorus flange, phaser, tremolo, sweep echo, tape echo, and reverb. Should I use any of these? By the way, I'm using a Fender American Standard Stratocaster, so if anyone has some tips involving tone settings on the guitar itself, I'd appreciate that too. I'm also using a DS-1 distortion pedal.
wow you bought a strat? Thats awesome but anyways he uses uses a bunch of distortion okay so im guessing you have a line 6 amp lol ive had a couple of those anyways i would go with crunch with the distortion pedal ummm just a regular amount of distortion not even close to metal though and he doesnt use a flanger phaser sweep echo or reverb i dont think. He uses a wah pedal insetad umm the actually pedal john used was a Boss Ds-2 distortion i believe so your not that far off lets see he uses a ibanez wh-10 wah wah pedal too i think. Idk people say its wah and i just cant really tell he really could be using his phaser (mxr phase 90) im really not completely sure. So i would buy a wah pedal and maybe try out the phaser on your amp for just the bendy solo part. i really cant find a good tone on my strat its really hard to mimick a song perfectly especially with pedals involved but yeah try out the phaser set the knobs on your amp dead middle on all to start but your ds-1 more on the trebly side and mess with the phaser for just that part and adjust acocording would be the best advice to give
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