The Tea Philter – A T-Filter Pedal Kit New from MOD Kits DIY

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The Tea Philter pedal, the newest do-it-yourself pedal kit from MOD(tm) Kits DIY, produces a fixed wah tone allowing you to lock it in without rocking the pedal back and forth. Every guitar/wah combination has a certain sweet spot that is perfect for lead and chord work. The Tea Philter lets you dial in everything from your favorite vocal mid-range tone to thick lows. Using point-to-point wiring and easy-to-follow instructions you can have a working fixed wah pedal in a matter of hours.

MOD(tm) Kits are designed to give novice and experienced musicians the opportunity to build their own amps and effects pedals. All kits come with easy-to-follow instructions and use point-to-point wiring. A pre-drilled enclosure and all necessary parts are included. All you need to provide are hand tools, a soldering iron and solder. The effect pedal operates on a 9V battery; for a longer lasting option, a 9-volt adapter can be purchased separately.

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For a complete listing of kits available from MOD(tm) Kits DIY visit www.modkitsdiy.com

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