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thanks for that, I thought that might be the way, but I have never used allot of pedals and this is my first compressor after playing 35 years!Either way is valid, but it's far more common to place a compressor before noisey pedals like overdrives & distortions because the compressor - which is basically a mini amplifier - will raise the noise level of any pedal that is placed after it. Keeping the compressor first in line will keep the noise level of your rig to a minimum. Also, placing the compressor first allows you to feed all of your fx a constant level - which usually is more desirable as well. I always run my compressor first for these reasons. It sounds best to me when run this way as well.