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Faceplate and the knobs are killer! I do enjoy the challenge of 1590a builds, but huge enclosures are also tons of fun. Nice work!


Thank you kindly sir! I'll have to give a 1590a go some time... these hammond stompbox boxes are awesome and fun though hey?!

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I love it, nice job!


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Thank you!

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Very cool! I'll echo Gordo, 1590a is more trouble than it's worth in my opinion. I love the way you did the faceplate.

Nice video, I suspect that is a cool tele custom hiding behind the pedal there.

Thank you kind sir. Well spotted. Would you believe that it is a Tele Custom that I went to huge lengths to have a new pickguard made for (I'm left handed) in tortoiseshell, with a single-coil cutout where the humbucker used to be...

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Brutal.  Nice job!  Stuffing into 1590A's is highly over rated :-)

Video nails it.

Yeah... life's too short for 1590a hehe

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Hi everyone!

Been a long time since I built a guitar pedal but I had a fuzzy itch I had to scratch. Just finished up on this DustBunny. Really enjoyed it and happy with how it sounds! I just used all BC108's. I had grand plans of doing a full shootout of transistor combos but it sounds good and the lid is on so I don't imagine myself ever getting around to that!






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Build Reports / Re: Birthday Boost: Non Madbean
« on: March 30, 2012, 04:25:45 PM »
Looks great! Would you mind sharing which JFET boost you used for this project?

Hi,

Imagine the super hard on boost, but replace the boost pot with a resistor to permanently bias the transistor and then put the pot after the circuit as a voltage divider. Change the input resistors to 470K or so. I used an MPF102 for the transistor so the diode for static protection can also be removed.

I can draw a diagram if you'd like?

I would like to see that diagram, still trying to learn as much as possible. No rush, but if you can find the time..... Thanx in advance!

Paul

Here ya go:


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Build Reports / Re: Birthday Boost: Non Madbean
« on: March 29, 2012, 03:45:17 PM »

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Build Reports / Re: Birthday Boost: Non Madbean
« on: March 29, 2012, 03:44:54 PM »
Looks great! Would you mind sharing which JFET boost you used for this project?

Hi,

Imagine the super hard on boost, but replace the boost pot with a resistor to permanently bias the transistor and then put the pot after the circuit as a voltage divider. Change the input resistors to 470K or so. I used an MPF102 for the transistor so the diode for static protection can also be removed.

I can draw a diagram if you'd like?

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Build Reports / Re: Birthday Boost: Non Madbean
« on: March 29, 2012, 03:41:28 PM »
What a cool birthday present! Looks very tidy, no PCB's in sight! And I love the graphics. 21 is 10 louder than 11......  ;D
I could build my brother a pedal for his birthday, but it would probably be used as a paperweight. He's not a guitar player, but a cool dude anyway (and a great father for my niece and 2 nephews, maybe one of them wants to play guitar!).

Paul

I wish all my friends and family played guitar so I could just give them all pedals...

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Build Reports / Re: Birthday Boost: Non Madbean
« on: March 29, 2012, 03:40:50 PM »
Thats fantastic.

A really clean build; inside and out.

I'd be stoked to get that as a b'day present. I'd also be stoked to be 21 again  :'(

Thankyou! Well, I guess the older you get the higher your boost goes...

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Build Reports / Re: Birthday Boost: Non Madbean
« on: March 29, 2012, 03:39:51 PM »
Nice! I'm sure it'll be a happy birthday.  ;D

Thanks! I hope so!

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Build Reports / Birthday Boost: Non Madbean
« on: March 27, 2012, 05:23:26 AM »
Well it's my little brothers 21st birthday next week so I built him a boost pedal. The circuit is very simple and based around a JFET transistor. Mediumish input impedance, nothing like SHO so not as much high frequency boost. Volume control is voltage divider after circuit as opposed to biasing the transistor itself. Sounds good. You'll notice it goes from 0 to 21! Wired point-to-point with a tag strip seeing as the circuit is so simple.






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Build Reports / Re: My Audio Lab - Moon Boost
« on: September 26, 2011, 03:20:03 AM »
The whole theme really makes me laugh. I must admit its very clean with the footswitch attached like that. Great job!!

Thanks :)

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Build Reports / Re: Echo Base
« on: September 25, 2011, 04:57:59 PM »
Nice clean build!

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