Treble cut for some warmer repeats is what it’s owner wanted. I followed the advice on a popular forum about placing a capacitor on the outer lugs of the feedback potentiometer.

This is how that looked.

The thing about doing it this way is that it affected both the feedback and mix controls, cutting both at the same time. So I had to find a better way to do this. Looking at the schematic I saw a HPF right after the feedback  control. I removed it and it warmed up the repeats really nice without affecting the mix control or the feedback much.

That looked like this.

It turned out really nice. If I didn’t own any analog delays, I would do this to my DD-5.

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