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thanks for this man, could you upload the first mudbunny PCB?, i etched a few years ago and want it to modify it.

regards.

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Tech Help - Projects Page / Re: Hardbinger one more volume.
« on: December 18, 2014, 07:37:39 AM »
thanks guys for your quick answere, I'll spend evening working on both solution.
Brian whan you say "altering the values" you mean increase o decrease those values.

 regards.

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Tech Help - Projects Page / Hardbinger one more volume.
« on: December 18, 2014, 06:41:08 AM »
hi guys, I just finish with this proyect, everything works fine, but i'd like to add some more volume to this unit, as I said It works great but at maximun volume.
 any resistor to increase the output in al mode?.

thanks

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Ok finally I could solve this problem.

How: as you said, POG is buffered, so I took the buffer off, and now is a TBP POG

Results: It sounds great together.

here a pic of my ULTRAMODED POG.

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but I want A POG before the fuzz, not after, Ive tryed with some other fuzz but it happen with the MKII and a fuzzface.

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Hi, guys i just finished my Tonebender mkII, I tryed to do it with vintage features (caps, resistors, trannies,etc), it sounds awesome, but when I connect a Micro POG before it (guitar - POG - MKII), the sound lose power.

Any of you guys have had the same problem??? how did you fix it?

regards.

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Tech Help - Projects Page / HARBINGER ONE more speed. (fixed)
« on: June 02, 2014, 02:58:44 PM »
I just finish this, and sounds great, I changed the R46 and it improves alot. but the max speed is not as fast as I'd like, so any of you guy have a suggestion for this?

regards.

fixed thanks for nothing HAHAHAHA. cheers :P

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Build Reports / Re: My latest stuff.
« on: April 11, 2014, 08:53:38 PM »
Thank you!!  :D

They all look fantastic mate, i'd be curious to know how you did the 2 tone powdercoating. Are they etched first, then powdercoated twice with the different colours, or are they powdercoated, laser etched then the colour filled in, however you do it, they look great  :)
Yeah, they are acid etched first. For the Rocket Reverb there's first a coat of green, then the top is sanded, and then I finish of with a coat of candy gold.

great work, but I'm  curios with the grafics, letters, to be specific, woh can you make  those 2 different colours in an small area like  knobs leters.

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Tech Help - Projects Page / Re: Kingslayer Buffer/True bypass
« on: March 08, 2014, 05:55:27 PM »
Bill, watch this vid.

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Tech Help - Projects Page / Re: Kingslayer Buffer/True bypass
« on: March 08, 2014, 11:17:54 AM »
THX Mid, great answere, so summarazing it, the buffer is ON all the time and it work if there is no buffer on the signal chain.

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Tech Help - Projects Page / Kingslayer Buffer/True bypass
« on: March 07, 2014, 02:20:30 PM »
I'd like to know if there is difference in sound with this effect wired in this two ways, I wander which wirin' is better or if it affects the overall sound quality of the chain.

another question is, if this buffer works when the pedal is activated only?.

regards.

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Tech Help - Projects Page / modulaterator ticking problem
« on: November 29, 2013, 02:49:47 PM »
 I have built MB modulaterator layout  with a zeropoint DD. and guess what I've got a ticking issue, at first I thought it was my pcb so I decided o etch a new one, but ticking came back once again.  I'd like to try the 1776 layout but can't find it.

some signs that could help, I can hear the tickin even when the MOD is off, I have worked on it during the evening and notice that  the IC generate the ticking, I changed it for a 4558 and the noise increased, now I set a TL062 but the sound is just lil bit low.

please help  :'(

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thx man.....

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hi I built a MKII with Marshall spects,  it sounds great but the vulume is low... too low compared with a fuzz face.  do you know any trick to fix this?.

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General Questions / Re: Etching enclosures with FeCl3, a few questions
« on: August 11, 2013, 12:52:11 AM »
in Chile FeCl3 this is not an expensive product, you can get a 500CC. bottle for 4 dollars and it last a lot. I usually use this method to my builds ( reverse extchin') and just need a sharp knife to do the job.



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