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Guitar Effects Pedal Order - Part of the Absolute One Stop Guide - Six String Sensei
Every guitar player eventually makes their way into the world of guitar pedals. Guitar pedals can give your guitar a myriad of new sounds like fuzz, overdrive, echo, loop, and more. Here are five things I wish I knew when I first started messing around with guitar effects pedals. Remember, for more in-depth information on how to set up guitar pedals, watch The Pedal Chain tutorial in Rock Level 1 with Anders Mouridsen. The majority of all guitar stompboxes require 9 volt power.
Every so often I see the same question pop up on one of several guitar forums I frequent. It usually goes something like—which order should these effects go in? Such an inquiry invariably creates dissention in my head. Part of my brain remembers a time when I first began experimenting with effects and probably asked a similar question on a similar message board. But too often, I fear, we here at Tone Report cater only to a certain type of reader—one with at least a rudimentary knowledge of effects.
Michael is a guitarist and bassist with over 35 years of experience as a musician. Effects pedal are a great way to change the sound of your guitar. Famous guitarists use them to get the sounds that made them famous to begin with, and not-so-famous guitarists use them in an attempt to create music that will hopefully make them famous someday.