Witch Shifter



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Re: Witch Shifter

Postby Jero » Wed Feb 27, 2019 3:36 pm

julius_deane wrote:Finally got one and have two questions:

Why is the enclosure so tall?
b) Does it have something to do with the metal prongs that come an inch and a half off the board? What are those for?

photo:
https://imgur.com/a/AlZto4V

Love this pedal!

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Re: Witch Shifter

Postby aens_wife » Wed Feb 27, 2019 6:43 pm

julius_deane wrote:Finally got one and have two questions:

Why is the enclosure so tall?
b) Does it have something to do with the metal prongs that come an inch and a half off the board? What are those for?

photo:
https://imgur.com/a/AlZto4V

Love this pedal!


It's tall because we like the look of those enclosures. :idk:

The metal prongs are for programing the chip and they don't have to be that tall. We use the same thing in the Wizard and we just cut them.
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Re: Witch Shifter

Postby julius_deane » Wed Feb 27, 2019 6:47 pm

aens_wife wrote:
julius_deane wrote:Finally got one and have two questions:

Why is the enclosure so tall?
b) Does it have something to do with the metal prongs that come an inch and a half off the board? What are those for?

photo:
https://imgur.com/a/AlZto4V

Love this pedal!


It's tall because we like the look of those enclosures. :idk:

The metal prongs are for programing the chip and they don't have to be that tall. We use the same thing in the Wizard and we just cut them.


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