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If you have bought a guitar pedal and thought "I wish it had more bass" or "I wish it sounded a little more ____," then a new book may give you just what you need to know to make it reality.
The folks at IndyGuitarist.com and Guitartone.net have written a book that details just how you can modify your own pedals, and it includes the details to modify many of your favorite pedals. Included with the book is access to updates for life -- meaning that anytime a new pedal is added to the list, you get access to the details of the mod through their website -- for life.
The book is available as a paperback (Wire-O bound) book for $49.95, or as an ebook delivered via download. The ebook versions also includes video clips on how to solder and desolder components.
You can hear before/after soundclips of some of these pedals by visiting www.indyguitarist.com/pedalmods1.htm
The pedals covered in the book include:
Hughes & Kettner
The book (and ebook version) can be purchased online at www.guitartone.net