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I'll have to try this. I have a JB in my Model 6. I tried the A8 in a SH5 Custom (Custom8) I had in an Ibanez RGT42 and it went way too far over the top. Squealing mess. Swapped in some Blackouts instead and it's OK now. Customs aare my favorite pickup as of now. Soon as I take that A8 back out of t...
I built one for mine.. Here's the thread when I did it.. http://mtsforum.grailtone.com/viewtopic ... ht=#129809
- Sat Jan 25, 2014 12:46 pm
- Forum: Modules
- Topic: what mod just "does it" for you?
- Replies: 43
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Jaded Faith 59RR MKII (not custom/platinum) is the one I play every time I touch a guitar. Everything I love about different Marshall models and the most reactive to pick attack and guitar volume of any mod I've played. If not tied, a very close second is my Jaded Faith MarkX. Love playing old Metal...
Rob at Jaded Faith made one. I think Hamner had it?? It was a single module with a switch for 2 different amps.. http://mtsforum.grailtone.com/viewtopic ... ight=beast
- Tue Nov 12, 2013 9:16 pm
- Forum: Classifieds
- Topic: WTB Used modded module at USED price
- Replies: 26
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Jace - 1/3 of my modded modules I bought from Rob, the rest I bought second hand. Here's why to me, modded modules are 75% of new values as soon as it is sold second hand.. The modded modules are only warrantied to the initial owner of that modded module. That is an instant reason for me to not pay ...
I've never done anything to the PCB of a module, but the common mentioned part for bass adjustment is the cap at C3. But it is usually referenced as changing it to tighten or loosen the bass response. Maybe going bigger on that cap could give you what you're looking for. However, as Rob does a lot m...