Reg18 wrote:I know everyone says first but strangely I preferred it after my Diamond compressor, is that normal? And as I usually like to have a low gain OD on most of the time and then kick on the fuzz for a lead boost/big rhythm tone I’m finding the mids/low end drops out, any suggestions on that? If I put an OD after the TB it retains some of the mids but becomes very dark and if I put an OD before it is a lot clearer but the mids drop out.
Put your mid heavy overdrive before the fuzz and use it as a boost. Try the compressor at the end of your overdrives but before modulation and delay/reverb. The general rule is Dirt (Lo - hi) —> Modulation —> Time.
werdna wrote:Well at least I can still make toast in the bath without anyone telling me it's unsafe.
Did a quick demo to show how it sounds. It’s not bad actually, I’m liking all the different sounds I can get, will learn some more Zeppelin riffs and do another proper video at some point if I get time. Tried the compressor after the drives again but still like it before for some reason. It tightens up all the drives or something.