BayAreaBB wrote:I bought the kit off his website. He ships one kit: if you have the new GE, then you will have 1 opamp and 1 resistor unused. The kit comes with installation instructions for both the new and old GE pedals. I'll post my review of the mod once finished.
BlobWeird wrote:alright thanks for the responses. definitely let me know how it goes. I hope the mod will get me a little cleaner highs. I dont know if thats the word im lookin for but its a little twangy with the highs. I end up havin to up the bass a little to keep the highs up. But id prefer to not have the bass up. Also I think he mentions that the boost level will be cleaner which would be awesome.
BayAreaBB wrote:I bought the mod from monteallum.com.
The pedal is quieter than off the shelf. You can still hear some background noise, though I think that is from the increased gain inherent with this pedal.
Sounds good and a relative cheap mod ($20) if can install yourself.
BayAreaBB wrote:By background noise, I mean once I have turned on the EQ pedal via my GCX (typically on after my Turbo OD-2r is engaged), I hear more "thick air" through my 2x12 e-120s, which sit very close to me in my home studio. Don't really know how else to describe it.
BayAreaBB wrote:Cutting ... molding the sound.
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