#1
btw i know i posted a similar one earlier but i deleted because i've narrowed down the problem

basically i bought an ISP Decimator and when i run it on a 9V Battery it sometimes starts to distort the signal even when bypassed

this results in the clean channel becoming overdriven and the distortion REALLY and unmusically distorted

any ideas why this could be?
i've sent an email to ISP asking for help but i wondered if any of you would know

thanks

edit: oh and it doesn't happen when it is powered by a 9v adapter
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Ran Custom Invader


Maxon OD9 Pro+
ISP Decimator
Diago Powerstation



Marshall TSL60
Marshall 1960A cab


www.myspace.com/samtewari
#2
Could be low on batts. Several of my pedals get a little funky when they are ready to give up the ghost.
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#3
Quote by Bubonic Chronic
Could be low on batts. Several of my pedals get a little funky when they are ready to give up the ghost.


thats the thing i literally just changed them yesterday and they were brand new out the packet

it did the same with the stock batteries

it flickers on and off (the distortion) its fine for a while then it goes back

i think i'll just get a power brick or something because i was going to anyway but for now i'd liek to power it on batteries and i don't see why i shouldn't be able to
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Ran Custom Invader


Maxon OD9 Pro+
ISP Decimator
Diago Powerstation



Marshall TSL60
Marshall 1960A cab


www.myspace.com/samtewari