How To Choose Guitar Effect Pedals To Use With Synthesizers

How do you choose effect pedals to use with synths? Daniel Fisher has shared a video demonstrating how to do this.

In his video, Daniel Fisher reveals some of his favorite effects pedals for using with synthesizers, special features, and things you need to consider for perfect outcome. For instance, it is important to check stereo ins and outs, battery and adapter powering, size and weight, and a high performance/price ratio.

Even though the effect made are used simultaneously, they need to worked on separately which works hand in hand with a Korg minilogue Polyphonic Analogue Synthesizer with a simple patch.

Guitars have proved to be excellent tools for creating synths, and with them, you can come up with a wide variety of effect. However, companies like Roland, Audio Damage, ZVEX, offers effects, designed specifically for using with synths. While that may be a bit costly, there are still a lot more cheap guitar pedal options available.

Instruments used are:

  • Korg minilogue Polyphonic Analogue Synthesizer
  • TC Electronic Flashback Delay and Looper Pedal
  • Boss RV-6 Digital Reverb Pedal
  • M-Audio EX-P Expression Pedal
  • DigiTech Nautila Chorus and Flange Pedal
  • electro-harmonix Superego Polyphonic Synth Engine