I have a guitar effects pedal that has become microphonic, meaning if you tap the enclosure the sound can be heard in the amplifier. I've traced the issue to a single ceramic capacitor on the board. The cap value is 0.01uF and I'd like to replace it. The pedal isn't expensive so I'm not too worried about damaging it by attempting a repair. The problem is that it's a tiny SMD component, I think a 0603 package. Should I replace it with a different type of capacitor or is it a fluke that this ceramic one is defective?