My kits should be in on Friday. And I built a Wah from an Area 51 kit. My 4 basic tone groups. DIY Mod Kits http: The first one was supposed to take 4 hours, and I did it right in about 2 and a half hours. DIY Mod Kits jddarden wrote: I can live without tube reverb at that weight!
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I’m thinking they are loud because their not well grounded. I can use it to boost signals or I can use it as a overdrive pedal either way it takes your tone you already have and amplifies it 38db! RSS topic feed Posts: I still have to wire in the jacks, volume and foot switch. The first one was supposed to take 4 hours, and I kirs it right in about 2 kis a half hours.
We cranked up loud, and my jr is modded with a large transformer so I got 18 watts instead of 15, not sure that makes a difference but I was using a lot of it last night. I like it better as a boost or a lead drive sound. I haven’t tried anything from MOD but I’ve built kits from www. I really only notice it on Humbuckers.
At first glance I really liked both pedals, but as they settle I’m totally in love with the Piledriver. It got really loud! I got some pictures I’m uploading. The other was supposed to take up to piledriger hours, after I got all the Capacitors, and resistors figured out the rest of the wiring was straight leads from the jacks to the switches. That would help I think. Food is always a vital part of every holiday.
Not what you want to do. Mdo my old Fender Custom Vibrolux Reverb on the other hand had such a great liquid sounding reverb to it My kits should be in on Friday.
It’s very rewarding building your own gear. Maybe the hunt and the task is as much fun if not more fun then really playing guitar!
I know they have mods for that as well but I figure whats the piledriiver deal if I’m playing a live gig and no reverb is added. The Thunderdrive Deluxe however is starting to disappoint me.
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I was away on vacation and didn’t reallyt get a chance to see what you had going on there. You’ll have to give us a full report on difficulty and how things went together once you get kjts. DIY Mod Kits http: So far though its a pliedriver good pedal but you have to have the volume of the amp up quite a bit before you can truly enjoy this guy. If I was bare foot I could flip the switch no problem to boost the sound but the tone changes to something different, makes a great lead sound though.
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Over all I would say the pedal was a great success for me and everyone in the band was interested in what I was doing different because I tend to have issues with either being too loud for rhythm playing or not loud enough for leads and I find myself constantly trying to adjust the amp to correct for the volume situation. Give us a demo if you can! We’ll see I’ve got a vacation coming up where I’ll be away for 3 or 4 good days, then next Saturday I’ve got a gig at a private party where I’m really hoping these pedals will be done so I can boost my leads a little Were not mic’d at this gig.
Please login or register. So if your looking to thicken your single coils up the Thunderdrive Deluxe would work well for you. DIY Mod Kits jddarden wrote: To do it all over again I would pass on the Thunderdrive Deluxe, and only get the piledriver.
And I built a Wah from an Area 51 kit.
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