Members mfergel Posted January 27, 2007 Members Share Posted January 27, 2007 I sold someone a Digitech Whammy pedal. Now, aside from the dry output not working, which I informed him of up front, it was working perfectly. I even plugged it in and tried it prior to sending it too him and it was fine. He says he was getting no output out of it when he got it, plus, his dad who's been an electrician for 35 years opened it up too look at it and could figure out why it wasn't working. Now, first....I don't know if his dad is an electrician or an electonics repairman because they are two different things. My father in-law is a commercial electrician but I would never trust him to open up an effects pedal to see what's wrong with it. That's two different things. Second, he opened it up. How do I really know that he wasn't trying to fix the dry and then ended up breaking the unit when trying to open it? I've opened it before and it's no easy task to open up those whammy pedals as things need to be opened and pulled in specific ways. I hate to leave a guy hanging with something that doesn't work but I know 100% that it worked prior to sending it to him so now if I refund his money, I'm out the cash plus I now have a pedal that doesn't work that did before. Any thoughts???? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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