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I am about to reconfigure my pedal board to a wet dry set up. Before I do, I figured I might run it past you folks to see if there are any suggestions for improvement or gremlins to avoid.
Current set up
Guitar in > Envelope Filter > Wah > Tuner > MXR EVH Phase90 > Keeley Compressor > Pog > Soul Food > King of Tone > TC Electronic spark boost > Boss Noise gate > Into Marshall Amp
Amp FX Send > Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe > H9 > Ditto looper > Amp FX Return
As you might notice, its all a bit conventional in that most fx are in the front while modulation is on the loop. The H9 is used for a variety of delays, reverbs and chorus type sounds depending on song.
Proposed set up
All the front end as above i.e. all into the Marshall pre amp
Amp FX Send > Lehle P Split
From the Lehle the Original signal will go to Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe > H9 > Ditto looper > Amp FX Return (i.e. is now the Wet signal ) while the isolated signal (i.e. dry) will go to the FX return of AMP #2 (Currently a Sessionette 75)
My thinking for this is:
I need to get a load of new patch leads made up so I can't experiment quite yet - hence the thinking out loud
Final question - where might a nice new Tremolo best sit in that signal path? I am guessing as part of the front end...