Try something small like 100pF then go bigger up to .01uF if needed. We often put a small cap right on the switch from the TO BOARD wire connection (gets connected to input jack when ON) to the GROUND connection. The wah and volume are normal things, but it also has a SIREN button on top. They should be spray cleaned on the wiper area with some electronic spray cleaner/lubricant. Also, any additional spectra created (enhancement) must have its harmonic content managed, or the bass region begins to sound distorted and unnatural. Alcohol has an affinity for water, so it soaks it up and dries it out, then evaporates much better than water. The Ibanez FL-9 may be the best for battery use but I don’t think it sounds quite as good as the AC powered ones.
Back to top OMNIA.11 IN DEPTH New G-Force™ Dynamics Engine (which ships standard on new units and is available as an optional Plug-In to upgrade existing field units) has a highly refined density detection scheme, which means rock-solid performance across a wide range of recordings. The input and output jacks are grounded by the physical connection to the metal case, but it’s painted. So if you can, please attach a ground wire to the two ground (center) lugs on these jacks. Also the new 2006 classic style DMM pedals do not use sockets so the chips need to be desoldered, a lot more work.
The TD-25 module supports positional sensing on the snare, and the PDX-100 10-inch snare pad is ideal for taking full advantage of this highly expressive feature. You can get a little stick-on rubber pad at radio shack (they are also the same as Electro Harmonix feet!). Do I need buffers? Is true bypass bad? This came out in the mid 60s (1966?). Most were grey. By ’68 they were labeled «Dallas-Arbiter». They used NKT-275 transistors made by New Market electronics in England.