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Mod kits

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by circuithealer, Mar 15, 2006.

  1. circuithealer


    Mar 15, 2006

    I want to mod a bif muff so I can use with my bass. I have heard about some mod companies (indyguitarrist, pedaldoc.com and analogman).

    Have any of you tried them?

    The healer.
  2. subsonicgroover


    Mar 27, 2007
    I bought a £12 (inc postage) pedaldoc kit from e-bay for my c. 1989 Boss CS3 compressor (originally meant for guitar). It turned the compressor from a virtually useless piece of kit into a tool I now use all the time - even for practice.

    Kit came with about 12 components, instructions, solder, solder remover etc. It took me, a useless electrician, about 2 hours to do.

    Got to be worth £12!

    I am now thinking of buying an overdrive pedal for my bass. If I get a Boss, I will definitely mod it with a pedaldoc kit again.
  3. thebassy


    Apr 22, 2008

    Pedaldoc is really great. My Cs3 kit got to Amsterdam in about a week and it took me about an hour to install.

    The sound is superb with my Ibanez Sr505.

    I have also tried a Crybaby modified by these guys and it sounded really good.

    And they are selling their kits for about 18 euros, which is a bargain.
  4. I'd look into buying the components needed from an electronics retailer if you can get the schematic. Probably get them even cheaper :)

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