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Old 01-21-2012, 03:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default EKO BASS Pedal

I have this '80's Eko bass pedal and I need a shcematic a refference to part that I can get for it. It still plays and sounds good but sometimes the springs sticks and note just don't stop sounding. Can't seem to find anything online.

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Old 12-17-2012, 06:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Eko bass pedal

Thread if you are referring to the Eko K2 (13 pedal board) or K3 (20) pedal board,you can replace the springs by unsoldering the damaged ones and replacing them with "THE NO 6 ELECTRIC GUITAR STRINGS CUT TO SIZE AND WELDED IN"It must be a big gauge.Depending on how you solder it it can last for ever.I have both the K2 and K3 pedals.To avoid damage to them I have removed the electronics and switches into a module box and I connect that to the pesals.I have converted the K3 to midi as well.So the separate module box is also able to provide different bass tones from slap to whatever you might need.Cheers.
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