You should only put effects pedals used on your pedalboard. The shorter chain pedal, the signal will be cleaner. Just because you have a pedal does not mean that you should include in your pedal board configuration. If you are a beginner, opt for the best cheap reverb pedal.



What the order of the guitar signal passes through the pedal is critical in shaping pedals. If you put the pedals in the wrong order, the overall sound will be affected. Usually, you want to run the guitar signal to drive any tuners, filters (such as wah and filter envelope), pedals compressors, pedals overdrive or distortion pedals modulation (flanger, chorus, phaser and tremolo pedals) volume pedal, reverb or delay pedal and then the amplifier.

Effects Loops

Some amplifiers have an effect loop embedded in them. This allows you to put some pedals on a loop, eliminating the direct signal path. To do this, you must delete some pedals pedal, if you use a pedal for convenience, you may not want to worry about the effects loop. If you choose to use the effects loop, put time-based, such as delay and reverb in the effects loop and run the other effects through the amplifier input effects.


How to run a backlog through the pedal effect loop

Guitarists are always experimenting with amplifiers, guitars and effects pedals to get the right tone. One thing to keep in mind is that you must rely on your ear and musical sensibility to determine the sound that is right for you. If you use several different guitar effects pedals, the order in which they are placed will affect the overall sound. More contemporary amplifiers high range offer another option as well, which is a loop of FX. This allows you to put the pedal effects between the preamp and power amp. This is beneficial for effects like delay, chorus, and tremolo because it allows them to affect the signal distorted as opposed to the preamp distort. This allows the delay to echo distorted sound rather than being itself distorted.



• Organize your pedals. If you use more than one pedal, the order in which they are placed will affect the overall sound. It is a matter of personal taste. The crucial question is the question of distortion. If you use the distortion of the amp, so it will not affect a delay pedal that is plugged into the loop of FX. If you use a distortion pedal on the pedal, then it should be placed after the delay pedal, and it will have the same effect. Another option is not to include the distortion pedal in the pedal but to run into the input jack on the front of the amplifier.
• Connect the pedal to loop FX. The effects loop is at the back of the amplifier. It has an output socket designated as “Send” and an input jack that is designated as “Back.” This forms the loop. Plug the instrument cable into the “Send” jack and plug the other end into the entrance of the first foot on the pedal. Use a different machine cable and plug into the “back” and plug the other end into the output of the last pedal in the pedal.
• Attach a power strip to the pedal. Guitar pedals using 9-volt batteries, but they also have an input that lets you connect to an external source of energy. This is the best option. You do not have to worry about batteries. A weak battery is a weak link in the chain. Delay pedals go through batteries very quickly. You can purchase a power strip and power adapters for any guitar store. There are different types, but they average about $ 25.
• Step on each guitar pedal to see if they are equipped. Each pedal has an indicator light that illuminates when the pedal is in “On” position. Sometimes a bad connection or loose the pedal will avoid coming to this will affect the rest of the chain. Your guitar will not sound. It is still a minor problem. Make sure all cables from the unit, and the AC adapter is connected.
• Turn on the amplifier and adjust the sound. The FX loop allows you to control the volume and the amount of the effect you want in the string. This is a volume control to the rear of the amplifier of the FX loop. You can adjust the amount of delay by manipulating the controls on the pedal itself, and monitoring of the FX loop so.