I made a small change, by placing the Tremolo after the Delay instead of in front. I think I like it better that way.
Amps used to have the tremolo after the reverb if they had both, so maybe it just sound more old school
Current pedal order/signal path is, left to right:
Polytune > T-Rex Mudhoney > Carl Martin PlexiTone - Lo Gain > TC Electronic Flashback > T-Rex Tremster
Here is mine (a small set... Very small set.. Enough is enough!):
Guitar (Epiphone LP Traditional Pro Ebony - modified) > tuner (Korg Pitchblack) > WHA-WHA (Dunlop 535Q) > EQ (MXR 6 Band) > COMP (MXR Comp) > amp (Marshall MG15HFX)
Effectrode tubevibe, Analogman fuzz, Hudson Sidecar, Hudson broadcast, lazy j boost pedal, any reverb or delay (depending on amp).
90% of the time I have the fuzz set as a cleaning germanium boost into the sidecar and do everything from the volume on the guitar. Then I hit it with tubevibe set as a clean boost if I want a touch more treble and cut. Sounds just like a good old amp...not like pedals at all
If I'm gonna run a wah I run an rmc10 first in chain.
I have a few upgrades to my board.
For Voc Mv50 clean rig..
>Hotcake(for light to mid overdrive)
>OCD (for high gain lead playing)
>Ehx Metal Muff (for metal style)
>Tcs Spark Clean Boost
>Boss Me-50 (for modulation/delay/wah/whammy)
>Boss Loop station.
And for my Mustang GT40
>Tone City Sweet cream overdrive
> Tony City Golden Plexi distortion.
until i figure out how to use this thing.. i just use a boss super chorus boss dd7 and a cry baby. into a 50 watt peavey classic 4x10 combo ( an older usa 90's model ) .. my gigging days are beyond me.. im curently on tour in bedroom!!
I'm just redoing my pedalboard. But it's not that complex....except for the fact that I'm using the "seven cable method" for a stereo rig.
-wireless receiver is the first stop on the board, but I also have a 1/4" switching input jack on the side of the pedalboard in case I want to use a cable and bypass the wireless.
-true bypass cry baby >
-AnalogMan King of Tone >
-Boss GE-6 (Although I just modded a GE-7 today so going to give that a whirl!) >
-Boss MS-3....this is where it gets funky....I use the first two loops on the MS3 to go out to the two amplifier's inputs. Both amps have identical output sections (EL34) but different preamps. One amps has a "dumble-ish" pre and the other amp has two channels, first channel is a Fender-ish clean and the other channel is a Marshall-ish circuit. I can program the MS3 to switch channels on that one. Both amps have a 12AU7 based FX loop. So, from the MS3 I can set up patches that can send guitar signal to any of the three preamps....and then after the preamp the signal comes back to the MS3 via the FX loop send. I recently discovered a super cool sound with this set up...I can sent to both e fender clean and the dumble preamps at tahe same time....and both those preamped signals then return to the MS3. It's a really cool sounding blend....so in essence I have 4 basic preamp sounds to chose from. Now the MS3 has whole pile of effects, but I don't really use many except the really spacey ones on occasion....t-wah, pitch bend via expression pedal, octave, stereo chorus, stereo reverb and the like. I don't really care for any of their overdrives or distortions. >
-the stereo processed signal then goes to a Strymon Timeline. >
- from the stereo output of the Timeline back to the FX loop returns of both amps.