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  • Para acoustic D.I signal chain help for acoustic musician with pedal board

    I currently play only acoustic guitar with a TRIO. I use the Para acoustic D.I and I use the effects loop on the unit to run 1) reverb pedal 2) delay pedal 3) Looper pedal.
    I want to use other pedals but cannot find any information anywhere on what the best way to route my signal chain WHILE using the PARA D.I.

    I want to be able to set my pedal board up with all these pedals PLUS use the PARA D.I. :
    1) Reverb
    2) Delay
    2) second delay
    3) Chorus
    4) Looping pedal
    5) Tuner
    6) Volume pedal
    7) Ibanez tube screamer (just for a volume boost for soloing)
    8) Fuzz pedal ( won't use it for my acoustic performances but want it on the board)

    Can someone suggest some ideas for me? I'll admit I will do some experimenting and need to... but someone must have experience with this. Everyone on YouTube always has the simplest "just go from the guitar right into the D.I and out to the PA system" advise. I can't believe all these guys don't use effects pedals for their acoustics???

    Should the tube screamer, Fuzz go between the guitar and the D.I.? Then where should the volume pedal and tuner pedal go? Help please,
    Thanks
    Scott

  • #2
    Hello, I have a question for you about your set-up before we get too deep in this. Are you using an active or passive pick-up?

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