So I broke some knob off the inside of my AD-9

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  1. FrankieSixxxgun

    FrankieSixxxgun Member

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    And it kicks ass now! I figured I would turn the two trim pots in the battery compartment a little to see how they affected the sound and broke the left one (if looking at it from the bottom) square off. I get awesome delay now! Go break yours!
     
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    Maybe you could start offering mods.:)
     
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    Forty dollah!
     
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    hahaha, if it aint fixed, Break it!

    I had an AD9 for a while and did a little tweaking around in there... just have to be careful not to set the delay time too long via the internal trim or you'll get a weird high pitch ringing sort of overtone that's not so nice.
     
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    Yeah, before I broke that one knob off, turning it made the thing start to howl. Whatever busting it off did stopped that and now I get nice, stadium echo lead. It's the ****!
     
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    hahaha that's great! Wish I'd tried the AD9 Break Mod before I sold mine!
     
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    Well there, enjoy my free mod then guys. Just stick a regular old flat head in that sucker and turn it til it pops off. I was like, "Man, it's gotta turn more than that. It's gotta be stuck." Off it went along with some metal bits.
     

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