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Tech Help - Projects Page / Current Lover clock frequency
« on: October 15, 2014, 02:41:04 AM »
I tried to search for the info but could not find anything. What is the correct frequency (to be close to the original electric mistress) the clock should be biased to?

I dialed it in to work over a good range but I was wondering to what range the original would be set to.
Note that I am using a MN3027, not sure if the frequency is to be set differently with a MN3007.

I would need a magnifying glass, illuminated for fine solder work.
What do you guys use? Desklamps? Devices strapped to your head, to your viewing glasses?

Something more sophisticated?

I tend to think that something attached to my head or viewing glasses could be cool, but shopping around I seem to find only crap quality stuff ...

Open Discussion / Oh great, now I want another looper ....
« on: September 09, 2014, 02:24:59 PM »

Open Discussion / Just introducing myself
« on: September 02, 2014, 02:46:36 AM »
Not sure if this is the right place to post this, feel free to move it if needed

I just wanted to introduce myself to the people here :-)

My name is David. I am a portuguese expat living in Belgium. I have been doing DIY pedals since the late nineties after seeing a schematic for a BluesBreaker in a German guitar magazine. Having done some electronics during my studies, I realized that building that pedal would probably not be that hard, and it wasnt. And I have never stopped since :-)

I have been previously hanging out on other forums but lately took a liking to this one that I find very active and motivating. Lots of great projects from Brian and other members. Great community initiatives as far as I have seen. I recently finished a Current Lover that I loved (no pun intended, I guess ...). I keep opening it up once in a while just to stare with amazemenet at all the stuff that they were able to cram into this little PCB ....

So after having been a lurker for a while I will hang out around here more often and hope I can also contribute a little :-)

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