Question about Boss Mt 2 Metal Zone Effects Pedal
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: light indicator is on
Try changing the battery, if it doesn't help, some possibilities are:
- dirty contacts or a broken wire on the footswitch
- a broken wire from the distortion output to the output plug
- a broken wire elsewhere in the unit (e.g. potentiometers or rotary controllers)
- a bad input / output level or other potentiometer or rotary controller
- a burnt out component (a bit unlikely, but possible, and it could be anything)
- a bad connector contact inside the unit
- a bad pin solder contact on ANY of the components inside the unit (wires, connectors, switches, jack plugs, resistors,variable resistors, trimmers, diodes, capacitors, transistors, ICs, etc.)
Broken wires / badly soldered pins need to be resoldered, but if there is damage to any of the components, they wil probably need to be replaced.
I hope you can find out what it is.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
First and foremost , check your signal chain. By that, i mean put the pedal aside, ...just unhook it and take it out of your signal path. Using the same cables , guitar , amp, other pedals - borrow a friends MT-2 if you can get one , and try THAT to see if THAT works , OR any other kind of distortion pedal. If another one works ok , it's YOUR MT-2. Boss pedals are pretty rugged , but sometimes the little actuator (on/off switch) underneath the treadle (where you push your foot down) will become faulty. That's a high-gain pedal - are you using a basic Strat or other single-coil pickup guitar? If so , are you playing close to any flourescent lights? SIngle coils are noisy around those lights. Will cause a hum / buzz if using a heavy dist. pedal. You can check that by moving around as you play.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
Try the obvious stuff first.
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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