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Old 01-08-2018, 07:27 PM   #1
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I've updated my board since last fall, adding new distortion (Brownie) and delay. I also moved the compressor to after the distortion pedals.

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Very cool. However we cant enjoy it as much as you can without pictures.......
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Do you have your EQ after all the drive/distortion pedals? I don't currently have an EQ on my board, but I'm planning to get one and always kinda figured I'd put it right before my drive so I can boost certain frequencies into break-up. But that's just me.

How do you like the overall sound? Think you're done for now or still tinkering?
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Do you have your EQ after all the drive/distortion pedals? I don't currently have an EQ on my board, but I'm planning to get one and always kinda figured I'd put it right before my drive so I can boost certain frequencies into break-up. But that's just me.

How do you like the overall sound? Think you're done for now or still tinkering?
The EQ is after the delay and before the reverb, not because I want it there but it's the only way I can fit the pedals to the board and still maintain comfortable control of the switches. So yes, it's after the distortion/drive pedals. For me, it serves more as a volume boost. The EQ and compressor are always "on".

As someone said, you're never done when you have individual pedals!
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