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anybody on here know of someone in aberdeen who fixes effect pedals?

just traditional stompbox pedals, not multi-effects or anything.

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anybody on here know of someone in aberdeen who fixes effect pedals?

just traditional stompbox pedals, not multi-effects or anything.

i modify them and depending on what is wrong can repair.

What pedal and what is its infliction?

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i modify them and depending on what is wrong can repair.

What pedal and what is its infliction?

Oooh, I have numerous pedals in need of repair. I desperately want to get my mutron phaser back up and running...

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hahaha!! class. depends if i can get a hold of the schematic for the pedal.

i have scematics for most boss pedals and can usually fix them but i will let you know.

I started by modifying boss pedals after i got a few of the keeley ones. Its amazing the difference bewteen 2 pedals - one stock and the other with about a fivers worth of new caps and resistors!

I am no expert but fixed and modded a lot o pedals that were at deaths door so i may be able to help

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whats up with it? its mainly boss pedals i modify and repair

The switch on it is broken. I know it would be a fairly simple job to repair it, but it is a rare pedal, and I'm not the best person in the world at soldering so I'm a little nervous about having a go myself.

It's one of these:

Mutron-PhaserII.jpg

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The switch on it is broken. I know it would be a fairly simple job to repair it, but it is a rare pedal, and I'm not the best person in the world at soldering so I'm a little nervous about having a go myself.

It's one of these:

Mutron-PhaserII.jpg

that shouldnt be a prob if its just the switch - i could certainly take a look at it for you

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whats up with it? its mainly boss pedals i modify and repair

neither of them will switch one, and that's when using a power supply.

the pedals are:

boss be-5

4361_12.JPG

rocktron phaser

PH50_sm.jpg

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very funny - but i run off the mains :p

and i did try a battery. a new one. no luck. and i tried other power supplies, check guitar cables, etc.

i think i know what happened, i plugged my AC adapter into it on the wrong voltage and blew it up.

can that be repaired?

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very funny - but i run off the mains :p

and i did try a battery. a new one. no luck. and i tried other power supplies, check guitar cables, etc.

i think i know what happened, i plugged my AC adapter into it on the wrong voltage and blew it up.

can that be repaired?

aah well i fixed a boss ce-2 that this happened with. unfortunately i can only do that with boss pedals and not electroharmonix! sorry but i dont think i could fix that one

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neither of them will switch one, and that's when using a power supply.

the pedals are:

boss be-5

4361_12.JPG

rocktron phaser

PH50_sm.jpg

and by "switch one", i mean switch on.

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