Wait a minute. Are you sure yours is a version with the bass and treble switches? There's an older version without them. They are switches, not trim pots. The trim pots are indeed bias pots and probably sound best at their stock setting.Can anyone enlighten me on the trimmers inside? Supposed to be bass and trebble, but I don't hear that, they almost seem like bias pots, if they're not dead center, you lose volume and it becomes kind of spitty.
Am I just not understanding their function?
Not sure if you can get it modified or not. You can check with Subdecay as they are supposed to have good customer service. But in the case it helps, let me describe how it is setup internally in mine. There are two small, slider style switches in the top most and center position of the board. They are very close together. They each slide up or down. Up for boost, down for no boost. As for the bias trim pots; One trim pot is on the far up most left side of these switches, while the other trim pot is on the far up most right side of them.Hi, unfortunately, I can't see, so I can't tell if the pic is the same as mine, I don't find any switches inside. I have two pots, just off center at the top of the pedal, and one slightly lower and to one side. Can I get the switches added, do you think? I like the tones available from the pedal, but planned on using it more as a clean boost and would enjoy a bit more trebble.
Thanks for the help.
No problem, hope I helped some. One more thought in regards to treble and top end. Turn up the lower gain knob and turn down the higher gain knob. The lower gain knob also controls treble, so you'll want that up a bit to get more top end. The upper gain knob contains more of the bass and mids, so you might want to try lowering that some.Hi, thanks very much, mine is definitely the version without. I was really hoping for those controls, but oh well. Pedal still sounds great, I'd just like a bit more top end for how I run it.
Thanks again for all your help!!