It rules for what it is, but I'm using more pedals for dirt now, and it doesn't play so well with them.
What company ?
I was thinking about doing that to my Bivalve for the last few weeks ....
PM me if you do not want to put it here.
All of the negatives cited in the article were issues I had with the amp that led me to sell it shortly after buying one a couple of years back. Had I had access to the article then, I might still own the amp today. Nice find, ninja.I've got it sorted now. I emailed 'someone' at the company, and they quitely pointed me to this link: http://sites.google.com/site/stringsandfrets/Home/univalve-mod
That's right folks, Just swap a couple of caps, take one out altogether, and you'll have the Uni purring like a kitten in no time. This is even easier than modding my DS1.
Curious to know why the employee at THD feels the need to remain anonymous. I know there are other respected builders who will happily suggest re-voicing modifications to owners whose tastes differ a little from their own. I guess what I am saying is that it would be nice to have the official THD seal of endorsement on this mod (would address two of my concerns above - wouldn't do much for my technical skills though).