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Hi Harvey, a few days ago I wrote to dunlop support and the answer was really funny, they requested me a video with the issue, then I send it and to be honest it has a bad quality then they send me the response : "The pedal is working correctly. Sorry that you do not like the sound.Best regards,JonJon FrymanElectronics TechnicianDunlop Manufacturing, Inc.707-745-2722www.jimdunlop.com"So I am not really happy, I was reading about the available mods and I found a guy who solve the issue changing a 4,7uf capacitor for a 22uf, I will try this mod with help of a friend, we will also try the vocal mod, the thing is that the resistor are SMD and that can be hard to change. If it works I will make it true bypass and if it don´t y will try to make my own wah using it caseregards
Look at all the links for ideas on what to change to get the frequency range/performance you might want, but also consider where you place it in the chain. Wah is usually before all fuzz/OD/distortion devices, but you may want to place after any/all of them to get huge variation. Also a compressor after might help. Just some ideas....
Hi guys nice too meet you, i am new on it (sorry for my english i am from Argentina) and i would like to know if you know what kind of mods can I make to a dunlop db-01 dime from hell?, I have got one since febraury and honestly i think it is a big and expensive piece of garbage, everybody say that it is very configurable, etc, but the true is that this wah with a distortion sounds like waaah and only till the 10th fret, I am looking for a big waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah like the sound of arch enemy, petrucci, etc. I know it is possible to make a true bypass but i am trying to find another mod like the vocal mod, it is possible in this wah? do you know any other mod??Thanks in advance
I get no sound at all when I plug in the pedal even when its off. I followed every step and i think i did them all correctly. I wasn't able to find an AWG 24 hook up wire so i used an ordinary copper wire of similar gauge. Any ideas on how to solve this issue? Thanks
Great how to. A couple of things that made it easier for me. 1)solder the red LED directly to the pcb at D5. Solder the second LED directly to the switch (bend at right angle and solder it to the switch, insulate the leads.) Came out Great!
they run up to the pot and switch. two of them run to a 9v battery connector.
OK - got it 4" wide PVC caps. May build mine into the little amp!
Hi, which driver did you use? The link shows hundreds! All 8 ohm. My amp is 4, but that should work OK. Also, the container. Can't see what you did there. I'm going to try a very simple experiment. My Roland Micro-Cube has a 5" speaker. A funnel on the front of it (maybe some sound insulation) and a tube!
Driver should be fine. As long as the impedance of the driver is higher than the amp (solid state only, not valve) it just makes it a bit quieter.
FYI: The Instructable says that the Ultra mod requires that another LED be added in series with D4, but the diagram above only shows the single LED.
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