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Mxr Delay (Vintage)

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EMB5490  
3 Jan 2009 16:41 | Quote
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sup just got a Mxr Analog Delay on ebay and have found (yet again) another prob. while it works as in the delay works, its making a sound of a model t would in 1905.when i turn the regen up it sounds like my amp is a old car exactly like it, and even all the way down it still does just softer. it sounds like it nomatter what...help me. i amp sick of reparing *** what is going on is it normal?
telecrater  
3 Jan 2009 18:34 | Quote
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Welcome to some of the pleasures of owning vintage equipment. You either need to learn to repair it yourself, Pay out the butt to have someone else do it for you, or start buying modern equipment.
EMB5490  
3 Jan 2009 18:51 | Quote
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lol, yes i like vintage stuff only goes up in price and better then now. how would i go about learing to repair? i could work at a shop but at 15 i dought theyll let me touch their stuff let alone let me work.
telecrater  
3 Jan 2009 20:24 | Quote
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There are ton's of resouces on the internet for diy stuff but not so much for diy building FX's

I build a simple little drive box a long time ago, but i think i gave it to my brother. that was a long time ago.

Try this link if you want to get started but i'm sure there is info on your little box on the interwebs.

Build Your Own Clone
EMB5490  
3 Jan 2009 22:24 | Quote
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woh, id love to build one from scratch tht be cool. if i had the time id do it. maybe over feb and spring break, i was thinking of building a guitar, and now tht everything is breaking on me i f=want to know how to repair stuff. what i think im gona do is take my friends old amp apart and see how it works and stuff, im gona apply for a job at a music shop (couldnt hurt) and gona see if i can learn on the interweb and from my job.
telecrater  
3 Jan 2009 23:35 | Quote
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it's cool they have a starter booster for $15 bucks it does not have a switch or a box but it may be something to get started with.

I'm really thinking about it......
come on someone talk me out of it....
any one? any one?

where did i put my credit card....
EMB5490  
4 Jan 2009 07:47 | Quote
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lol
telecrater  
4 Jan 2009 16:40 | Quote
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It's been ordered...

Any of y'all who are interested, the buildyourownclone site has a deal with a booster box and singal tester for free for first time buyers and all you have to pay is shipping.

Buildyouronwclone first time customer deal

It does not come with a encloser or foot switch but would be a good place to start.

I'll update y'all on the progress



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