#1
Wow. That DD-7 really did degrade my tone, even if it's a pretty good delay. I mean, not that anyone else but me would notice, but it really took away a lot of the sizzle of the tone. Can I send it to get modded or anything, or can i do it myself? I was using Mogami's too, so it's not the cable.
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#3
You could build a true bypass loop. I think you can mod the bypass circuit to help as well but I can't help you there.
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#4
The easiest thing to do is build/buy a true bypass loop.

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#6
Quote by ellyz0r
yeah
crappy buffered pedals are a pain


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