Is anyone really having any success putting their guitar through delay and then into an overdriven amp. I know that the loop is the best place to put it - but in this particular case (Orange Tiny Terror) there is no loop. There is no point trying to get reverb into the front of an overdriven amp as that just blows up horribly in my experience - so I thought I would try a little delay but just can't get my DD3 to produce any good effect. I either get much too strong repeats or I end up with effect level and feedback turned so low I get very little control and end up with repeats that drop so quickly in level that the repeats are clean (as the amp cleans up with drop in volume) and fade quickly. I appreciate that with any delay the repeats are going to clean up as they drop in volume, but I just can't get the DD3 to give me even a couple of nice overdriven repeats without having the problem mentioned above of the delay signal becoming too dominant. Perhaps I am doing somthing wrong or expecting too much? Or maybe there is a delay out there which does better than the DD3 in this application?