This is the one you’ve all been e-mailing and asking about. The components are already in contact via the foil, so wires soldered to their casings are not necessary and will only pick up noise.Basically, a ground loop is where the component is grounded ‘twice’. Wiring question? One side of the switch cuts the highs in the delay and cuts each repeat more and more giving the delay a very warm analog feel. NOTE: On the DD-5 the repeat does not cut the highs in each repeat more and more. Controlled feedback and sustain is incredible with this mod. The letter denotes year, starting in 2010 with A, with a 5 digit production number. Before: hiss, hum, buzz, noise on every slider.
Just plug it in and go. I designed the EQ of the mod so that the modded Version lets the full range of frequencies through. First, we have modified the voltage giving the pedal more headroom and improving the quality of the effect. Before 1975 Ibanez did not put serial numbers on their guitars.
Install the driver, and hook up the bridge pickup to the sustainer input, connect a battery and a few other wires to ground. This may be my best mod yet! I ain’t kidding folks, this is one awesome mod.IMPORTANT — This mod will only work with the newer DS-1s. The older vintage DS-1s use a different type of inline chip that is not compatible with the chip adapter. Pinched Harmonics require that fundamental frequency content be preserved. One side of the switch cuts the highs for a very warm analog feel while the other side will cut the highs even more for even a more analog vibe. The circuit of the SD-1 is very similar to the TS9. This mod includes all the mods in my regular SD-1 mod, plus you get three extra components that will take the SD-1 to TS808 specs. I have also included a RC4558P chip. You can choose both as push-pull, or optional toggle switches for either or both controls at no extra cost. Or, choose other unusual and useful options.