Bass Synth Wah pedal chain question?
soo one i just ordered a digitech bass synth wah.
i have no idea where to put it in my effect chain.
the pedal board i run currently is
Joyo voodoo octave
ibanez weeping demon
Behringer ultimate octave
EHX nano muff
Danelectro fab echo
danelectro fab chorus
boss BF-3 flanger
danelectro tuna melt vibrato
behringer analog delay
so honestly i have no idea where to put the synth wah please help
Put it at (or near) the beginning of the chain. Mine doesn't sound too good with anything in front of it.
It does a lot of octave stuff and needs a cleanish signal to track right.
For now, I've got mine right after the tuner and filter, because the Auto Q is ( I think) analog. If my filter's digital, then the BSW goes before.
There's no real true "correct" place, but generally earlier or first in your chain is typical for synth pedals. However, I always recommend putting it everywhere just to see how it sounds, which will also help you learn about how the pedal works.
thanks for the replies i mainly wanted to know where to start because i know where everything else traditionally goes but i never knew where a synth pedal would traditionally go.
not that i follow the traditional pedalboard rules note that my fab echo is between two distortions but they are good place to start
I have mine as close to the beginning of my chain as possible, but it never really complained much when it was further down the line. It does track a bit better in the beginning.
I don't have a BSW but I put my Mark Bass Super Synth in the front of the chain, except for possibly compressor.
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