#1
I've heard talk of these all over the GG&A threads and I'm just wondering:
1. What are they? (ie. what is done to the pedal)
2. What do they do? (ie. how the sound/tone is enhanced)
3. Where can they be done?
4. How much do they cost?
5. Which pedals are applicable?
Thanks alot.
#2
1. Modifications done inside the pedal's circuitboard. Some component values are swapped with another, maybe different material resistor/capacitors being swapped in.

2. it sounds either chunkier, meatier, hairier, fuzzier, more cut, or all of the above, or maybe all of the above plus alpha.

3. uh... keeley's shop? you can do'em urself if u have the necessary knowledge.

4. a lot. keeley needs to eat too.

5. check his website. google "robert keeley"
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#3
its different things for different pedals such as giving a tube screamer more gain, making a blues driver more transparent, making the mt-2's bass less mushy. etc.

check the site

i think its robertkeeley.com
Originally posted by primusfan
When you crank up the gain to 10 and switch to the lead channel, it actually sounds like you are unjustifiably bombing an innocent foreign land.


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#5
I have an Ibanez TS-9 that has the Keeley Mod Plus on it that I did myself and it sounds 100x better than a stock TS-9. Keeley knows his stuff
#6
^but in some cases, Silky Smooth's buddy tried the LED for clipping section before Keeley and noticed compression similar to a marshall. and then Keeley quickly took it and made it his own. iono where he got that from.

most cases, he does know quite a bit.
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Est. 2007


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