After you have to spend a fair amount of money on your effects board, you want it to work the way it was designed. To make your guitar solos sound awesome and to provide that solid wall of guitars for your band.
But this is not always the case and sometimes a pedal can become defective. Depending on the pedal, this could mean getting a refund, throw it in the trash, or even better….
Repairing it yourself!
Yes, that is totally possible and I would even recommend you doing so if you want to learn how a pedal works and how you can make it better.,
The blog post below from reverb.com will help you with just that, the 5 common problems with stompbox/guitar pedals and how to fix them.
Enjoy reading and happy DIYing. (Don’t burn your fingers, you’ll need them…)
You know that bad dream, where you show up on the day of the big test and realize that it’s about something you’ve never even heard of? Well, guitarists have a similar phobia: You step on a pedal, but instead of boosted gain or lush delay trails, you’re treated […]