#1
Yeah, my ISP decimator has stopped working.

I have no idea what has caused this, at all....

Basically, all it functions as now is an overdrive kinda thing, 'cept the signal that comes out is a lot weaker than what it should be, and yes, I have checked the cables that are before and after the pedal (it's the only pedal I use atm)

Anyone know whats going on, at all?
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#2
I had this problem with an Esp of mine.

WHAT YOU NEED
1.Sodering Stuff
2.Time
3.Patince.

Well its simple really open up your guitar switch plate and all. Resoder all the connections and your good to go.
#3
sorry?

Could you like give me a guide to this or something?

'Cos I really have no idea what I'd be doing.
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#5
well, they're just new batteries, so I don't see why they wouldn't be good...
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#6
Quote by FNAFJ
Yeah, my ISP decimator has stopped working.

I have no idea what has caused this, at all....

Basically, all it functions as now is an overdrive kinda thing, 'cept the signal that comes out is a lot weaker than what it should be, and yes, I have checked the cables that are before and after the pedal (it's the only pedal I use atm)

Anyone know whats going on, at all?

Hey bro, I had two ISP's go south on me over the summer. One fried as I was playing, the other did exactly what yours is doing. Call ISP man, tell them about it,
they replaced mine no questions asked. They are a great company to deal with.
Make sure it's not your cable/battery first. I doubt it's your guitar though
seeing as how mine did the same thing.
Last edited by TheEsupremacy at Oct 3, 2008,
#7
Hmm, I might do that actually... where can I find their number?

And would I need a receipt or anything?
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#9
shit... where is the serial number at?
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#10
Quote by FNAFJ
shit... where is the serial number at?

On the bottom. It will be a silver sticker.
#11
oh good
I thought that was like a patent number or something, cos it says covered by patent beside it lol
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#13
Could you?, then if I feel I'm able to do it, I'll give it a shot
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#14
my isp went to shit as well...2 hours after i got it. it started to add a fizzy attack to my notes, and then crackle after i stop playing. im in the process of returning it and maybe picking up another to see if it a new unit will fix the problem
Baron K2 SE 120
MILLS 4x12 Afterburner
Eventide TimeFactor Delays
ISP Pro Rack G Noise Suppressor
BKP Warpig pickups
#15
i highly doubt that something would just come unsoldered inside. just send that piece of shit back to them and get it replaced, dont try and mess up the warranty. upgrade to the rack version while your at it, the pedal blows.
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#16
Quote by guitardude11
i highly doubt that something would just come unsoldered inside. just send that piece of shit back to them and get it replaced, dont try and mess up the warranty. upgrade to the rack version while your at it, the pedal blows.



they are the exact same thing, performance-wise.

only difference is diff threshold on diff channels, and it's in rack form. get your facts straight, chief
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Eventide TimeFactor Delays
ISP Pro Rack G Noise Suppressor
BKP Warpig pickups
#18
well, I'm probably gonna get it replaced, I'll phone up tomorrow

Thanks for all the help guys
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