Always on pedals

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by LordFlasheart, Apr 16, 2015.

  1. LordFlasheart

    LordFlasheart Member

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    Question: I have just scored a Musicomlab EFX MKIII+ and i'm looking to use my EP Booster as an always on pedal. Where is the best place in the chain to put this?

    ... is there a general consensus or is it a case of suck it & see?
     
  2. TheRealDeal

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    I place mine after all my dirt and mod and right before my delay and reverb. I love the EP and can't imagine playing without it
     
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    twp Likes guitars; loves music... Silver Supporting Member

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    I write only to note that LordFlasheart has a cool TGP handle.
    (#blackadderfansunite)
     
  4. DaveKS

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    If you put towards front it will have a more profound change on the way all pedals behind it sound and react. Towards rear it will be more of a slight enhancement to them. I agree that it should be before delay/reverb..... Usually.

    But yea answer #2, put it where your ears feel it does the most of what your ears want it to do. We don't have your rig, your chops, your needs, put it where you like it the best.
     

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