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Messages - Beedoola

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I actually figured it out!

Basically the reverb output goes to the 4pdt to a center row lug. LPB-1 input on one side and on the other a bridge to the next row lug.

Next row over has the center lug going to the 3PDT output. LPB-1 output on one side and on the other is the other bridge from
The previous row.

So either way the 3PDT is always bypassing the whole thing and the 4pdt brings the lpb-1 in and out (with 4th row of lugs lifting the resistor on the reverb for 100% wet)

Hope that makes sense. If not  :o but itís working!

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Thanks Jimmy but what that does is it leaves the LPB-1 in the signal all the time.

I need to have the LPB-1 brought into the signal path with the second footswitch.

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So I have a 1776 RDD reverb and an EHX LPB-1 in a single enclosure.

3pdt switch I want to be the main bypass. There is also a 4pdt switch in there that I'm using to lift a resistor on the RDD and also bringing the LPB-1 into the path. My issue is I used the two circuits in one enclosure wiring and all that does is bring each circuit in and out individually.

What I need is for the 3dpt to bypass everything and the 4pdt is used to toggle between two channels basically: standard and fully wet (which has the LPB1 in the chain). Signal path order is RDD>LPB-1

How do I do this? Anyone got a diagram they could link?

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Open Discussion / Re: Quality hookup wire
« on: April 25, 2022, 03:29:38 PM »
Cool, I got some wire spools from LMS

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Open Discussion / Re: Quality hookup wire
« on: April 24, 2022, 07:31:24 PM »
It fits stripboards, right?

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Open Discussion / Quality hookup wire
« on: April 24, 2022, 03:10:34 PM »
What are you using for your pedal builds? Stuff I have is 24 gauge stranded but after examining some prior builds, Iíve noticed issues with them not tinning as well or easily breaking if I have to remove the circuit for repair/modding later.

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Open Discussion / Re: Whetstone kits
« on: June 04, 2021, 10:18:22 PM »
Anyone know what the DIV pad is for on the whetstone.

I have the same question. I didnít see it answered.

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Open Discussion / Components inventory/order lists?
« on: May 29, 2021, 01:05:42 PM »
I have a box of resistors and caps that I have organized and use for builds but I haven't ordered anything on a large scale in years and need to replenish my stock.

Does anyone have a document/list they use as a reference for what to order?

If so, you mind sharing it? If it includes switches and stuff like that, that is awesome.

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Open Discussion / Brown Burr OPA2134U - no longer made?
« on: November 21, 2020, 05:54:39 PM »
I was looking to get some SMD ones for my Line 6 DL-4. I can't seem to find any. I saw that Texas Instruments bought BB in 2000. Does this mean the chips are still being made and the same quality as before but now from TI?

If I google just "OPA2134U" I see a lot of results from China but are these low quality knock offs?

Thanks.

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Open Discussion / Re: The Official Coronavirus Discussion
« on: July 02, 2020, 11:29:06 AM »
'Herd immunity', has it been established there is immunity once having recovered from having Covid-19?

From the CDC website, updated June 28, 2020;

The immune response, including duration of immunity, to SARS-CoV-2 infection is not yet understood. Patients with MERS-CoV are unlikely to be re-infected shortly after they recover, but it is not yet known whether similar immune protection will be observed for patients with COVID-19.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/faq.html

dave

Youíre rightóthere is no consensus regarding the adaptive immune response and much that is not yet fully understood. Remember that this is a novel pathogen and thereís still much unknown. The cardiovascular impacts are particularly concerning.

Iím glad to see that folks (especially young people) here have an appreciation for the severity of this. With that said, though, the impacts of anxiety are important too. Be responsible and take care of yourself is the best advice. But, this is not over and the warm weather isnít going to make it disappear. The novel nature of the pathogen is more dominant than any environmental factor (i.e., this doesnít have the cyclical seasonal pattern of established infectious diseases because it is new to our innate immune response). However, the decrease in sustained, close indoor contact has a mitigating effect.

On a related note, yes thereís a mutation in the virus. No, that doesnít mean anything in particular. Viruses copy themselves as they infect/spread. Theyíre also not very good at it and copy errors are made. From a virusí perspective, itís most beneficial to become less virulent/lethal while becoming more infectious (think common cold rhinoviruses). They want to be able to spread without inconveniencing/killing those it infects. So, as news reports come out about Ďmutationsíójust as with everything elseóthat needs to be contextualized and studied before it really means anything.

Small rant: The world absolutely had the opportunity to contain and perhaps eradicate SARS-CoV-2. That we didnít is a massive failure. There is dwindling hope of that now. Even with a vaccine, the (almost certain) necessity of cold-chain supply and the trend of aversion to vaccines in middle- and high-income countries means that that wonít be the final answer.

Here in the Bay Area I see the use of masks by young people as mixed. I find it interesting as I know some younger people (I'm 35, these people being in their early 20s) that were Bernie supporters but don't seem to get or care about masks.

I find the reluctance to wear masks akin to people that don't want to wear a bicycle helmet cause they think it makes them look uncool. This isn't to say anyone that doesn't wear a helmet does it for that reason.

Could be also the misinformation that is still lingering that CV19 only effects older people.

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Open Discussion / Re: Transformer isolated A/B/Y layout
« on: July 02, 2020, 11:20:42 AM »
Thank you, TFZ!  :D

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Open Discussion / Transformer isolated A/B/Y layout
« on: July 01, 2020, 11:56:24 PM »
I just got the transformers for this but I'm not sure how to read the pins on the transformer from the schematic. Can anyone take a look at this?

http://www.geofex.com/FX_images/TransformerSplitter.pdf

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Open Discussion / Buff enclosure clear coat?
« on: May 05, 2020, 03:14:02 PM »
Do you all buff or do a finish wet sand one you're applied your clear coat? I have two enclosures drying. I used some Rustoleum Painter's touch X2 clear like shown below. The clear came out good with no real imperfections but I wanted to know if you buff the finish before assembling the pedal.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-Painter-s-Touch-2X-12-oz-Gloss-Clear-General-Purpose-Spray-Paint-334029/307244797?MERCH=REC-_-searchViewed-_-100176222;206495767;204644771;205723773;202058776;301068197;204644772;206560110;302690091;204707453;300231692;205395514;204655493;202058511;204644764;205395502;202058834;203175966;307430738;308298874;305164182;204680928;309675802;202572588;-_-307244797-_-N

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Open Discussion / Patina enclosures: Hot or Cold?
« on: May 01, 2020, 05:17:38 PM »
I was looking into patina(ing?) enclosures and found someone doing a demonstration of Hot patina process.

I've patina'd steel before but never aluminum.

Have any of you done it and any pointers/products you used?

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Open Discussion / Re: Does resistor wattage effect signal output
« on: April 23, 2020, 01:02:49 PM »
yep but they are usually loud, ya?  ::)

Thanks for answering my initial question.

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