Hey guys, Was hoping someone could point me in the right direct here, or pass on some advice if you've done it. I've been using the micro q-tron for a while now (probably 2+ years).. straight out of the box it had the famous volume spike issue, making it almost completely redundant for live use. As a quick fix at the time, i threw an old boss odb3 after it, dialed it completely clean and used the volume on that to knock down the level of the q-tron to an acceptable level. Well, fast-track a few years and the odb-3 is still there. I literally just completed a mod for the dod fx25b, fixing the opposite problem (massive volume drop). It worked a treat, this is gonna be a killer pedal now! Anyone, as i was re-arranging my new pedal setup, it got me thinking about my old qtron problem, and decided i'd do some searching about for a mod for this to fix this pedal once and for all. I've found this thread - somebody did it here with the q-tron+ http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=570171&highlight=qtron+volume+issue with some good info here also http://www.diystompboxes.com/smfforum/index.php?topic=7354.0 I was hoping for some info, as it seems like a fairly simple fix. From what i can gather i need to insert a pot in the FX output from the switch, and then back to the switch. The problem i have is figuring out which lugs on the switch to do this to. I can post a photo later if that helps? The switch is mounted on a PCB, so i guess i may need to cut through some of the tracks. Any help, advice, or encouragement is appreciated!