#1
Not sure if this is the right section but here goes,
Basically my Shred Master buzzes, even when turned off, I've taken it apart to check for dust but I'm not really sure what else I can do.

It's fine when the pedal's turned on, but its pretty much unplayable when trying to play cleanly. I've tried changing the cables but it really is just the pedal it's self...

Anyone got any suggestions on how to fix it? or is it just time to chuck it out?
#2
Don't chuck it they are getting hard to find. Wire with a DPDT switch (true bypass) problem solved.
#3
you know your amps bad when it buzzes while turned off
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#5
Ya, convert it to true bypass or use a true bypass looper around it.
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#6
Batteries or Power Supply?

Do you have other pedals that have this problem?
#7
Quote by JAHellraiser
you know your amps bad when it buzzes while turned off

I meant the pedal isn't turned on and it still buzzes

Quote by Sputnik1
Batteries or Power Supply?

Do you have other pedals that have this problem?

This is the only one with the problem, and its using a power supply.

Might have a look and see if I convert it to true bypass
Last edited by Four Tet at Mar 17, 2011,