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In the pedal full down position, the wah is extremely trebly and kinda harsh. You can also tell as the stomp switch only has two wires on it if you have the relay.

Usually a gain of one unity gain is used so the volume does not change and your sound stays the same. This type of wiring was used on many old fuzzfaces.

However I think it is not threaded for the same screws so you might have to use small nuts on the inside. This mod is pretty complicated so not sure we can do them right now, ask if interested. The input and output jacks are grounded by the physical connection to the metal case, but it's painted. These had taller housings than the other fuzzfaces.

There were also stage chips used fo chorus and flangers best for a flanger. This version lasted until at least the mids. So if you have one of these pedals, put it early in your effects chain before any buffers or buffered pedals.

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Get the older one with the chip if you want the best sound. Makes no difference when off true bypass. We can tweak the input impedance for a clearer tone. You can't even say that all Japanese boss pedals are the same, there are always running changes. Once I get it to be auto on the effect if I jar it too much it goes to manual so I have to jiggle the switch a bit.

Each one will change your tone slightly and can reduce the interaction with and liveliness of your guitar strings. This will be the bypass path when the effect is off. This is in a smaller die-cast box instead of the classic large bent sheet metal box. The thumbscrew is metal on the oldest ones, from the late s.

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If you have a crybaby it is hardwired to the board and these wires do not exist. You also need one with good noise filtering and voltage regulation. Last night somebody told me that the battery is being drained even when the effect is off and in bypass mode. Heat it up and lift the leg which attaches to the jack side.

They don't even have the same number of pins. Run a power cord to the primary wires.