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Voodoo Vibe with low to no output
« on: January 03, 2008, 03:10:40 AM »

I have an older Voodoo-Vibe and it only has output and no output when the pedal is engaged. Have this problem with other pedals before it has always been the switch, so I replaced it,  but it didn't help, I have also tried new input and output jacks and of course a  fresh 9volt, and still nothing, what else could be the problem ?



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Re: Voodoo Vibe with low to no output
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2008, 08:16:39 AM »

what else could be the problem ?
Practically anything else inside the pedal.

You're going to need the schematic for the pedal, a voltmeter, and an audio probe setup. The general debugging is going to be to put in a signal, then follow it along the signal path through the circuits until it disappears. When it disappears, you're just past where the fault is that is keeping signal from flowing.


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