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The correct order for Effects pedals.

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Can anyone tell me the correct order for the following effects pedals between guitar and amp. Double **** fuzz, Digitech whammy pedal, Boss V wah, Boss Overdrive/Dist., Digitech Delay, Boss Flanger, MXR phase 90, and a Boss TU 2 tuner.
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Personally, I like to have all "tone effects", such as wahs, distortions and equalizers in front of "time effects" such as phasers, chorus, flangers and delays. See my set up in the photo. Guitar input is from right to left, starting with the wah pedal.
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ALWAYS PUT YOUR TONE PREAMP OR DISTORTION FIRST. ANY EFFECTS AFTER THAT.

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    if you put echos, delays, reverb and other junk first like these guys, your tone preamp or distortion will distort the effects, you ONLY want to distort the guitar signal ONLY, and then add your effects. It doesn't hurt to have a tuner first ONLY because it doesn't change any of your signal.

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Input guitar into the tuner then whammy type effects last into distortion effects then to the amp input.

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Its a personal preference...what do you want what to effect is the Q: however i will say in MY opinion the tuner should be 1st....meaning that your GIT cable to tuner 1st then to effects. I would guess that these are pedals?
from amp....overdrive,whammy,wah,flange,phase,DD,tuner,git
as an audio eng thats what I would tell ya..

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Generally, the tuner goes first. There is no particular order required after that. It all depends upon what type of effect you wish to have. I would suggest that you experiment with the different effects alone and combined to get the sound that you like.

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