#1
So I fried my boss super chorus by giving it too much voltage and it gave a quick puff of smoke out of the adapter plug in.I was wondering if there was anything I could do or try to do,have sottering iron and everything but how could I make a new pedal?thanks
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#3
you can't get a new pedal, cause if you'd used the boss adapter, nothing would have happened

WARRANTY VOIDED!!!!!!!
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#4
oh and you can't fix it, and if you can, it's not worth the money you'd pay in parts
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#5
I mean try to make 1.
gear:
gibson 1995 Les paul studio
Dean Shards Razorback
Boss Metal Zone-FOR SALE
crybaby-FOR SALE
digidelay
#6
and making one is cheaper then buying one???

if you can do it: kudos
#7
open it up, if you can identify what got friend, hopefully just a component or two... and replacing them wouldn't be expensive at all....

and if not you can always through it on ebay. Some people like buying broken pedals and trying to fix them, or salvage them for parts, lol

and why would you do something like that? lol
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#8
Didnt have batteries lol figured might as well try.
gear:
gibson 1995 Les paul studio
Dean Shards Razorback
Boss Metal Zone-FOR SALE
crybaby-FOR SALE
digidelay
#9
Probably many components are fried. how many watts did you feed the thing? i mean, you could go over it with a multimeter and replce the fried components, but from the way you're talking, i don't think you'd like that. no offense intended.
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