Rangemaster.... where would you put in the chain?

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  1. Curt

    Curt Member

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    I just built a Rangemaster clone. Where would you put in the chain?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Phil M

    Phil M Supporting Member

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    I like them before the amp. ;)

    And before other overdrives.
     
  3. Charles#5

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    What he said, treble booster before overdrive.

    Cheers,

    Johan.
     
  4. rwe333

    rwe333 Supporting Member

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    Yup - early in the chain, even first...
     
  5. Curt

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    todd richman Senior Member

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    I like to run mine after one germanium based fuzz tone. On my board it will be D*A*M MkIII Tonebender then Rangemaster section of D*A*M triple treble booster then into another drive pedal before going back to the silicon and different germanium tranny treble booster inside the triple booster.
     
  7. K-man

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    If you have any noisy pedals before it will really amplify the noise, so you should have it early in your chain.
     
  8. cvansickle

    cvansickle Supporting Member

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    Between a compressor and an overdrive.
     
  9. g3rmanium

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    Read this guide:

    and

    In other words, if you built the Rangemaster exactly like the originals, your chain should be guitar - rangemaster - amp.
     

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