VT Mods - Your Favorites?

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by MostlyBass, Nov 30, 2012.


  1. MostlyBass

    MostlyBass Supporting Member

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    My Tech21 VT (V2) has become my favorite and most used pedal since I bought it (used here on TB)... I've discovered available mods for it here:

    http://www.putnamguitars.com/mods.htm

    I'm curious as to what you like / recommend.

    I'm thinking a blend and a mid sweep.
  2. LSMFT6

    LSMFT6 Supporting Member

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    Mike Putnam is a super-cool guy and he does fine work. I dig the blend knob he put on mine.
  3. NoChi

    NoChi

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    I like the one where they change the metal housing to fit a whirlwind bass ten eq on the vt deluxe :p
  4. TNCreature

    TNCreature Jinkies! Supporting Member

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    I love that they have a "JimmyM" mod.
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  6. pbassnut

    pbassnut Supporting Member

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    I have a Tech21 VT Bass Pedal (V2) as well and really like it ... probably gonna use it tonight at my gig. The mods I'm mainly interested in are the rack mounting and the addition of a DI. However, I'm going to keep holding out in the hope that Tech 21 will come out with a rack mountable version of the VT Bass Pedal V2 with the addition of a pre/post switchable DI ... any other new features they wanna add would be gravy as far as I'm concerned.
  7. JimmyM

    JimmyM Supporting Member

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    Me too but the VT doesn't really need it ;) My mod is on a British pedal, which being a Marshall sim, DOES need it. Mike did an awesome job with it and had it back to me within just a few days, and most of that was travel time.

    For the VT I'd get the DI mod.

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