What a wimp. I already gave up on the unit as I was getting a lot of harsh tones and I had experienced a lack of sensitivity towards my playing. I thought the better part of valor was to return it and get something more usable to me anyway (Got a Line6 HD500 for $200 more with a coupon.
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From: andy butler <email@example.com>;
Subject: Re: Electro-harmonic Superego
Sent: Tue, Mar 12, 2013 8:49:00 PM
A bag of clues :-)
..probably more than you need.
Analog meter is nicer than digital for this job.
We're just checking for whether there a connection or not.
Set meter to read Resistance, ( Ohms )
If there's more than one option for this then doesn't matter
Note what happens when you touch the probes together.
(Meter swings across showing you have a connection)
Open Freeze, locate the two tags on the switch which have wires going to them.
Place one probe on each of those...note reading.
Hold down switch and repeat.
Sylvain Poitras wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 6:00 AM, andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Someone out there with a Freeze has to open it up and put a meter across the
>> existing switch.
> Well, I have a Freeze and an analog meter, but no clue...