Monthly Archives: June 2009

Ibanez AD-9 Revival

Here’s an excellent example of a well-used Ibanez AD-9. When received the repeat knob was about the break off, the dry signal was cutting out, and the footswitch was intermittent. The owner also requested a true bypass mod which is … Continue reading

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New Ad

I just thought I’d share part of the newest ad campaign that we’ll be running. It actually started out as a joke due to my compulsion for organizing. I think it came out exactly how I had pictured it. Now … Continue reading

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Vintage amp switcher

This is for everyone that runs a vintage Fender amp using RCA jacks. Long cable runs can pick up noise and the lack of LEDs can be annoying. This adapter kit uses relays to switch the tremolo/reverb. This model is … Continue reading

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"Firefly" prototype

Well that’s a tentative name for the pedal, but this is a noise generator that I made about 4 years ago while living in western Massachusetts. The updated version posted here has two frequency control knobs and a volume knob … Continue reading

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Close-up of the RC-20XL footswitch

Just a quick one in candy red- surprisingly a close match to the RC-20XL. The LEDs are always on and turn off when the footswitch is pressed. Makes it easy to find on a dark stage..

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Pedalboard

One of the most common questions is what actually makes it onto my pedalboard from the massive amount of pedals I’ve owned over the years. Here’s a current snapshot of my rig- the board on the left is mainly for … Continue reading

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Something new!

I recently decided to start blogging about some of the projects that we at FXdoctor are commissioned to assemble. Some of these posts will be restorations, custom-builds, prototypes, and repairs. The blog will be much easier to update in a … Continue reading

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