There is a new technology going on in the forums. By feeding the right type of audio signals through resistors and capacitors, you can change their properties. Right now we have only tested 2 types of signals but the results are really promising.
1: Analog sine wave through resistors and capacitors. Results in less intermodulation and a smoother tone overall - VERY analog!
2: The second type of signal is very old – it’s called Frequency-Shift Keying. We have found that by sending this information through the resistors and capacitors, you get more of a digital type of sound. More edgy, yet still clear – kind of like a slightly harsher digital to analog converter.
Right now, of course, this tech is in early development but the results are extremely promising. By using sockets you can remove the critical components and then solder them into your pedals. Since the components have now been “seasoned” you can use them in your pedals to get the desired tone.
Of course there are other signals we could inject but we want to keep this scientific and the results will be published shortly.