SWISS THINGS | Volume/Exp Out Issue



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SWISS THINGS | Volume/Exp Out Issue

Postby AquaMaria » Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:28 pm

Hi, I purchased a Swiss Things "Mint" from Reverb and it looks brand new other than the fact that I can't get the volume expression out to work with my Dunlop DVP4 Volume (X) Mini Pedal (which I bought because that's the one they use on the demo board).
I'm going from the Volume out to the Aux in like it says and I get nothing. But as soon as I unplug the patch cord from the volume/exp out on the swiss things everything works. I tried plugin it in to all 3 Jack (input / output / aux) and I get nothing.

Am I doing something wrong?
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Re: SWISS THINGS | Volume/Exp Out Issue

Postby Jero » Sat Apr 27, 2019 2:53 pm

I don't own either pedal, but some things coming to mind...
Are you using a mono or stereo cable? You'll need a stereo/TRS cable. Also, DVP4 has internal switches, one of which changes the Aux function from Tuner to Exp. Might want to check to be sure it's set to Exp.
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Re: SWISS THINGS | Volume/Exp Out Issue

Postby AquaMaria » Sat Apr 27, 2019 3:30 pm

THANK YOU. Yes it's the cable.. THANK YOU

I tried all the dip switches inside and wasted like 4hrs troubleshooting this.
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Re: SWISS THINGS | Volume/Exp Out Issue

Postby Jero » Sat Apr 27, 2019 3:56 pm

AquaMaria wrote:THANK YOU. Yes it's the cable.. THANK YOU

I tried all the dip switches inside and wasted like 4hrs troubleshooting this.

:thumb: haha it happens. Better it be something simple, than an issue with one of the pedals.
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