#3
the dial might be a width or modulation control or something. I don't really know, i'm just guessing, but in my Carbon Copy pedal there's two adjustable pots for modulation
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#4
Yes, the non custom shop Script Phase 90 is the EVH in script mode. They were released at the same time and the PCB was designed for that purpose.

EDIT: And the trimmer is for calibration purposes. Don't **** with it.
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#6
You don't need to mess with it. It's set up for optimal operation from the factory.
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#8
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the EVH has both modern and script phase 90 circuits IIRC, pushing the button just switches from a circuit to the other

Depends which script 90 it is.

If it's the 74 handwired reissue, it kills the EVH, especially for Van Halen purposes, ironically.

^ Yeah, quite a few of their pedals are based on the same boards.

I think the Distortion III is a Zakk Wylde board.
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