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Re: Lectric fx dandy horse
« Reply #15 on: September 02, 2020, 06:58:37 PM »
Seriously awesome build, dude! You and Bio77 have recently inspired me to go ahead and do a Flintlock. Also, I know what you mean, my daughters and I watched a Chadwick Bozeman tribute on ABC last night.

Jimi, for what it's worth, I work at a two-year community/technical college, and the IT students typically get hired before they can even finish their degree or transfer to a four-year university. So the labor market demand is so great that it ironicallly pushes our IT program graduation rates down!
The Flintlock is a very rewarding build and a great sounding flanger. It's also my black panther flanger, Wakanda Forever!
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Re: Lectric fx dandy horse
« Reply #16 on: September 03, 2020, 05:32:25 AM »
Very slick build :)
I have always wanted this pedal and now it's time to relive my teenage years playing radio friendly unit shifter.
Is this pretty much the reason everyone builds this? Would it be a good idea to release a stripped down stand-alone? Could ditch halve the circuit if just trippy chorus is the goal.
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Re: Lectric fx dandy horse
« Reply #17 on: September 03, 2020, 09:18:34 AM »
Very slick build :)
I have always wanted this pedal and now it's time to relive my teenage years playing radio friendly unit shifter.
Is this pretty much the reason everyone builds this? Would it be a good idea to release a stripped down stand-alone? Could ditch halve the circuit if just trippy chorus is the goal.
To be honest, I have been messing around with the other settings and find everything from subtle to off the wall. I guess that's what so great about ehx stuff compared to boss or mxr. And why would I want a stripped down version? This is an inspiring build dude, don't take that from us, I can't wait to build the new echo 600, gonna be epic!

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Re: Lectric fx dandy horse
« Reply #18 on: September 04, 2020, 09:04:46 AM »
Such nice work, I love it. Being a marvel kid that turned into old marvel kid, I love that you are getting your kids into it.

How crazy is it that he passed? I wonder how they are going to do Black Panther 2.

BTW I am ordering that board today.

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Re: Lectric fx dandy horse
« Reply #19 on: September 06, 2020, 12:16:25 AM »

Very nice man and congrats on the beautiful build. Iíve just finished biasing mine and itís working. Came to the forum for some tips and frequencies to bias it a little better and came across this post. This was a challenging build and I took my time over a few weeks to complete.


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Re: Lectric fx dandy horse
« Reply #20 on: September 06, 2020, 03:14:58 AM »
I spoke too soon, left it running for a while and suddenly got a whole bunch of static, now I donít get any sound on the output. Will start a new thread :(


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