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    Vasshu the humanoid typhoon
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  • Vasshu the humanoid typhoon
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    There is a true bypass wiring mod that can prevent the popping from happening, but it kind of depends on the pedal. I run two pedals with normal true bypass wiring, and neither of them pop when switched.
    Yep a few makes the switches work good, but they are also somewhat costly
    But anyways I am never going to like tb very much, personally I think it is a religion of sorts
    hehe

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  • Dooogz
    Tone Member

  • Dooogz
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    Originally posted by mrid
    Here's my gripes:

    1. Price
    2. lame paint job ( )
    3. That little button looks very delicate
    4. Price
    I see what you mean about the price!!

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  • butnut
    Ultimate Tone Slacker

  • butnut
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    Originally posted by kevlar3000
    Switchable mod is very cool, blue LED rocks and the paint job is just the icing on da cake
    Yeah! Pricey but kool.

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  • rspst14
    Tone Cat

  • rspst14
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    Originally posted by Rid
    True bypass is annoying, it adds noise, extra dufs when engaging the pedal as well.
    And when the chain gets long the effect is negible at best.
    I know that alot swears by this, I don't.
    A well designed buffer will cut down on noise and statics, plus most switching annoyances will be out of the door.
    Best way to run pedals is with a loop system, then they are completly out of the signalchain when not engaged.
    That's correct. Unfortunately, Dunlop pedals do not have a well-designed buffer. In fact, I don't think they have any type of buffer circuitry. I could be wrong, but they will suck your tone, and they can't be true bypassed, which is one of the reasons why the older MXR pedals are more desireable than the newer Dunlop pedals. True bypass is a good option for most pedals, but if you run a lot of effects, you'll want to throw in some buffered pedals to help preserve your signal. There is a true bypass wiring mod that can prevent the popping from happening, but it kind of depends on the pedal. I run two pedals with normal true bypass wiring, and neither of them pop when switched.

    Ryan

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  • Vasshu the humanoid typhoon
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  • Vasshu the humanoid typhoon
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    True bypass is annoying, it adds noise, extra dufs when engaging the pedal as well.
    And when the chain gets long the effect is negible at best.
    I know that alot swears by this, I don't.
    A well designed buffer will cut down on noise and statics, plus most switching annoyances will be out of the door.
    Best way to run pedals is with a loop system, then they are completly out of the signalchain when not engaged.

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  • B2D
    SDUGF Riffologist Supremö

  • B2D
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    Originally posted by Rid
    Bwadr true mypass
    I beg your pardon?!?

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  • Vasshu the humanoid typhoon
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  • Vasshu the humanoid typhoon
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    Bwadr true mypass

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  • milkbone
    Super Toneologist

  • milkbone
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    Originally posted by jmh151
    I don't get it. If you want the original script tone, why not just do the mod? I took those few resistors off mine and it brought it close to script specs. From what I understand, no one wants the modern block logo phase 90 sound anyway
    Hey, just wondering what the mod consists of doing? I have a newer phase 90 and would like to try it.

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  • sooperunkn
    Tone Member

  • sooperunkn
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    Does anyone know if this pedal is True Bypass? For that price I hope so.

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  • rspst14
    Tone Cat

  • rspst14
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    Or why not just get a block logo pedals from the late 70's/early 80's? According to analog Mike at www.analogman.com, the original block logo pedals do not sound any different than the script logo pedals. I don't know why DUnlop insists on soldering the switch directly to the board, when they know damn well that makes it pretty much impossible to true bypass.

    Ryan

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  • jmh151
    Mojo's Minions

  • jmh151
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    I don't get it. If you want the original script tone, why not just do the mod? I took those few resistors off mine and it brought it close to script specs. From what I understand, no one wants the modern block logo phase 90 sound anyway

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  • kevlar3000
    Bullet Proof Toneologist

  • kevlar3000
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    Switchable mod is very cool, blue LED rocks and the paint job is just the icing on da cake

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  • mrid
    The Duke Of Trades

  • mrid
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    Re: EVH sig Phase 90

    Here's my gripes:

    1. Price
    2. lame paint job ( )
    3. That little button looks very delicate
    4. Price

    Leave a comment:

  • Mr Wolf
    Ultimate Tone Slacker

  • Mr Wolf
    started a topic EVH sig Phase 90

    EVH sig Phase 90

    http://www.jimdunlop.com/products/el...evh/index.html
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