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Good afternoon all.

I'm currently putting together a pedal board, I don't have many pedals atm.

 

I have boss ch1 super chorus

Boss rc3 looper

Boss metal zone

Tc Prophecy delay

And a cry baby

 

I was wondering if there was a specific order you'd have them in?

 

I have the looper last in the setup I'm assuming it can capture all effects if needed?

 

2nd regarding powering these pedals, has anyone experience of cheap 30 to 40  pound pedal power supplies on amazon?

 

Or is something like a 90 quid fuel tank the way to go?

 

Ps I'm a home player and likey to add a couple more pedals at some point.

 

Thanks.

 

V

 

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If it were me, I'd go: Wah, Distortion, Chorus, Delay, Looper.

 

As to power supplies, try the cheaper one and see if it has any issues in your home, if it does, return it and go more up market. Just make sure that you have enough headroom to add more pedals.

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10 minutes ago, ezbass said:

If it were me, I'd go: Wah, Distortion, Chorus, Delay, Looper.

 

As to power supplies, try the cheaper one and see if it has any issues in your home, if it does, return it and go more up market. Just make sure that you have enough headroom to add more pedals.

 

I concur with my learned friend 👆B|

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16 minutes ago, Crusoe said:

What about a TGI POWERBOX MICRO POWER SUPPLY? Roughly £45.

 

Thanks everyone.

Do you have this one? Anyone have here.

 

Another question a typical pedal board for a cross cover of music genre what pedals would be on it? 

 

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