I'm obsessed with the metal zone lately. I don't even have a real one, just a behringer copy. But I'm getting better tones out of that thing than I do out of my Mark V lately. It's just such a great pedal.
Almost sold my mesa. But the eq button on the footswitch chose the moment the guy was trying it out to not work (who even uses that feature anyway. Eq never shuts off!) so he panicked and bailed.
I bought a replacement cable and had it all working perfectly the next morning but by that time he...
I remember seeing some examples of this, like how "horse" used to be "hros" and "bird" used to be "brid". And how it is natural for "ask" to transition to "axe". Oddly that one is harder to say for me. Probably because I pronounce it "ass".
It would be a pretty simple diy job if you're at all handy with a soldering iron. Basically swap the positions of three of the components.
It could be difficult to do if the circuit board is surface-mount, just because they're harder to work with. But through hole would be pretty simple.
I think you might be thinking of max voltage. Wattage typically isn't discussed for caps because in ideal conditions they don't consume any power. Size correlates with capacitance and max voltage. More capacitance: bigger cap. Higher max voltage : bigger cap.
For a given material.
My almost-ten-year-old computer was starting to struggle, so I popped in 16 more gigs of ram for like twenty bucks and overclocked the processor from 3.6GHz to 4.2GHz and now it's like a brand new machine!