#1
Hello, i have a MT-2 Metal Zone pedal that i got cheap from my friend. The pedal keeps cutting out and is very unreliable. I know it is not the cables because i have tried others, it seems to cut out when i move the pedal and i suspect a problem with the input jack. I need some input on how to diagnose the problem and how i may fix it. sorry if i am being unclear.
#2
Take it back to the place and tell them to fix it. I had this problem with mine but it turned out one of cables was dying on me. try that. I plugged my cables directly from the guitar to the amp and they worked but in a few hours i did that same thing and one cable made no noise.
#3
You could unscrew it and see if the wire's loose on the input jack. If it is you just need to solder it back together.
#4
i think i found the problem just after i posted this lol. and its the cable im using, its an L joint and when it is turned to a certain point the sound cuts out and i did not notice. Thanks for the input anyway
#5
i don't see the point in fixing it to be honest...
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