An old black label Boss CE-2 with a bad Depth potentiometer
The depth pot made no change and you could rotate it with no stops. A view of the pot dismantled.
As the pot was beyond salvation, the pedal got a new one installed.
A nice vintage fOXX Fuzz & Wa & Volume pedal on th workbench.
Previously modified with an added bypass switch, and a DC jack.
Solderside of the circuit board.
View of the potentiometers.
A customer asked for a mod of the bypass switch for the wah circuit, omitting the volume function when the wah is set to bypass, and service in general.
Cleaning the wah pot, recapping the circuit board and rewiring the wah/volume switch and the pedal is as new again.
Saving a vintage wah pedal.
A vintage Vox wah pedal giving no effect. The pedal had the jacks, bypass switch and the potentiometer changed before it was sent to Zeta Sound.
Has the number 250.049 at the bottom lid as the only identification about what model it might be.
The bypass switch was replaced with a new DTDP switch, although wired wrong. Got it rewired correctly, but the pedal did not give any effect. The problem was the new potentiometer, too much heat when soldered had caused the wiper soldering lug to lose its contact. By taking the pot apart and reattach the rivet it could be saved.
Rewired with a new battery clip installed.
Also replaced the old 4,7uF capacitor, for some reason it had a non polarized version.
An old Sovtek/Electro-Harmonics Small Stone in need of some service.
This old pedal was plagued with a ticking noise from the LFO. After some tendering it’s once again usable.
Electro Harmonix Nano Pog preset mod
Find it here.
The prototype of the Zeta Sound Lady Luck tube pedal.
A prewiev of Lady Luck, based on the Wurlitzer organ vibrato.
Find full info here.
Merry Christmas and a happy new year from Zeta Sound