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Old 10-01-2012, 01:33 PM   #1
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Hey there!

2 questions:
I recently recover this thing I had in my teens years, used to not work properly and I didn't realy know, back then, how to fix it.

Anyway, now I got it back, repair what was wrong with it and it's back and alive!

I was woundering if anyone had any information on this baby:



I was able to retreive *some informations with the EX-600:
Aparantly made by Frontline or sub division

http://www.effectsdatabase.com/model/frontline/wahwah

but I don't have any more info on this, anyone care to share his knowledge
Does it compare to good ol' crybaby or vox?

Also, from what I can understand, it is "inductorless", so, what can be acheive or tuned on them?

And, last, a question, I find that the sweeping range is pretty "short". Meaning it goes from high to low in realy not much movement, not enough for my tase. Is there anyway to change that?

I currently have a 100kb pot in it, would changing the pot help me with the sweeping range?
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:09 AM   #3
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