Building A Small Pedalboard For My Dsl20!

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  1. xeizo

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    So this is what goes into it, I had the wah and the compressor the rest is on it's way:


    Any tips on how to best connect things? What goes in front, and what goes in the loop? I will be happy for suggestions, I haven't used pedals for a loong time :D

    I'll report back whan I get the stuff, as to if I get any mojo out of it ;)
     
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    Put the delay and maybe the chorus in the loop. I don't know what that Valeton pedal is - if it's a volume pedal, try it in the loop, before the delay. The rest- put in front. Guitar>tuner>wah>overdrive>compressor>amp.

    These are just suggestions, based on how I set up effects. It doesnt make it right or wrong, you can experiment with any order you want.
     
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    roys

    why would put the volume before the delay in this case?
    a cascading delay effect?
     
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    I'm guessing to prolong the decay after a volume drop... that's what I'd do too.
     
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    yes same thing.
     
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    roy's is usually on point with stuff like this.
     
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    Right on... I know very little about it. I'm not really a pedal guy. Just have a tuner and a wah.
     
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    LOTS of knowledge on this forum. roy's has never steered me wrong.
    only 107 posts in 9 yrs???
    ya got some catching up to do bro. :agreed:
     
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    Yeah I've moved overseas unexpectedly, left all my gear in USA and now getting back into it the last few months . Getting it shipped here. Needless to say, I'm a bit rusty..,stumbling through modes and scales. Hahahah
     
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    ricksconnected Well-Known Member

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    I know how you feel. I had taken a very looong break myself at one point.
    its damn hard to get it back after a while.
     
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    Yeah sorry to hijack thread.... ( Bought a Code100 combo and Sig Kirk Hammett ESP to get me by)
     
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    hell I did it too. xeizo is prolly asleep right now so he doesn't know
    we hijacked his thread yet. lol
    so who can we blame this on? :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Everyone else who didn't reply!:agreed:
     
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    Yep, you guys figured it out. If you put the volume before the delay in the loop, you still get the decaying effect. If you put it after, then it shuts everything down. It all depends on personal preference.
     
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    Haha, thanks for hi-jacking the thread! Got some useful info from it :applause: Anyway, the pedalboard arrived and I assembled it velcro and all, may swap some pedal back and forth but I'm only testing it at home now(with my Code 100H). The real test is with the DSL20HR at rehearsal. These NUX pedals sounds awesome anyway, really well defined and crisp sound in all of them!

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    Wow, nice small board indeed :drool: I have the Cerberus of Nux, and it is also a very interesting pedal. I use it in my rehearsals for the direct connection to the mixer, and use the 4 cable method to plug in my Mini Jube... Amazing I can say.
     
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    we usually wait for the conversation to die down before we hi jack. sorry for hi jacking early.
    you took it well and it shows you too are a good sport for our hijinks.

    I like that pedal board. been thinking about doing a mini myself when the $$ allows.
    perfect for grab n go situations.
     
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    Looks awesome man!
     
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    Thanks man! I listened to the hi-jackers advice and put the delay after the volume pedal, very smart move, now I can make the guitar sound like a church organ which is really cool :dude:

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