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Offline jim

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ibanez pt-9
« on: December 06, 2007, 04:54:38 AM »
hi all, i know this isn't particularly rhodes related, but i am having a real hard time finding any info on the rest of the internet.

so i have an ibanez pt-9 from the 80's that just isn't phasing. all it does is change the tone a little when i turn it on.

because i really enjoy trying to fix stuff, i have opened it up and messed with the two variable resistors inside... when i first did this i got it to a point where it was working well, doing it's thang, but then after i put it all back together it failed on me again.
i then fiddled again with the resistors and can't even get it there again. although i can make it do the most horrible scream that scared the s%#* out of me!

is there a way to test the pedal and get it back to where it should be? i have a multimeter but have pretty much only used it for testing continuity in things. but i'd really like to use it in a new way.

or is there a good forum for this kinda stuff, like a pedal tech forum..?

thanks for looking,
 Jim.

Offline matt.musicman

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ibanez pt-9
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2007, 07:57:19 AM »
I'm not sure of how to go about fixing it, but this website may help.

http://music-electronics-forum.com/


Good luck!
Matt