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I found it easy to set up my scenes as follows ( I play in a cover band ):
Ballads/Jazz standards/blues/country/soul/mowtown - trems, chorus, rotary, vibrato, reverbs and delay ( probably on the subtle side ).
Rock/Pop/alternative - trems, chorus, some filters, delays, flanger, reverb, special effects
Dance/Disco/funk/electronica - rythmic delays, synth type patches, wah sounding auto filters, short slapback reverbs, special effects ( we play without keys at smaller clubs so the synthy stuff comes in handy ! )
Now keep in mind there is quite a bit of redundancy between the three " scenes " . Every scene has a short slapback echo and a thick subtle analogish delay for leads for instance. But for now this has kept my tap dancing to a mininum and get me through three sets.
We keep no set list and our lead singer calls the tunes depending on the mood of the room.......so i never know what might come up next.
I run an eternity/cot 50/200lb fuzz/kelley compressor in front of my amp and just keep the m13 with expression pedal in my amp loop......
my set up has never been easier or sounded better....