|torza ||03-01-2013 08:06 PM |
where to place Sansamp Bass Driver in chain (when used as tube emulator)
Hey all! Just curious to hear some opinions on where to place the Sansamp in the pedal chain when used as a tube emulator. I only really use it to thicken up my tone when I don't bring my SVT to a show and have to use the house cab/head.
|millahh ||03-01-2013 08:07 PM |
Typically it goes last in that application.
|torza ||03-01-2013 08:10 PM |
thanks millahh! also, the other pedals in the chain are tuner, octave, distortion, and chorus
|Floyd Eye ||03-01-2013 08:12 PM |
Octave, chorus, distortion, tuner, SansAmp.
|millahh ||03-01-2013 08:34 PM |
To elaborate, the rule of thumb is that if you're using it as a dirt pedal, put it where you'd put a normal dirt pedal (after compressor, before modulation, unless you have a different preference), whereas if you're looking to emulate a preamp, you put it last, or very close to last (there's an argument to be made that delay should actually go after the BDDI, though I run mine just ahead).
|Fuzzbassian ||03-01-2013 08:53 PM |
yep,end of the chain and straight into the power amp of another amp is the way.Personally I put my delay after the pre-amp,as generally I would have hte delay in hte effects loop anyway
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