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just ordered a load of parts for moar pedal building!! I ordered one of these for one pedal

"24mm Matt Black Control Knob"

 

does that make me matt bell0rz?

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just ordered a load of parts for moar pedal building!! I ordered one of these for one pedal

"24mm Matt Black Control Knob"

 

does that make me matt bell0rz?

 

Sure does!!

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WEWT!!!

 

oh, btw tom, it looks like bitsbox do transistor equivilants for a lot more than i thought. I was looking for a few for that MicroAmp, and they've a selection of alternatives. Same with a certain other booster we were talking about. I ordered 2n7000's for the booster, instead of what it actually uses.

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i just realized, the stab control is a voltage control, t hats why the battery goes to the pot...im an idiot....

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yeah you're not allowed discuss FF clones on this board...

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i thought its just posting shchems that wasnt allowed?

 

meh... either way the ^stab^ control isnt UNIQUE to the FF so go ahead and discuss!

 

 

Discuss...

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meh... either way the ^stab^ control isnt UNIQUE to the FF so go ahead and discuss!

 

 

Discuss...

 

from a similar question i answered which was asked on a yt video of mine:

 

"stab is a potentiometer across Vcc (+ve battery) and the first transistor (indirectly). it varies the control voltage to the collector of the first transistor. it changes the way the transistor reacts the the small amount of current flowing from the base, through the transmitter."

 

small changes at one set result in large changes of the other set, which is facilitated by 'stab'

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i came across an interesting fuzz schematic. easy to do, and, like the Fuzz Factory, it too has transistor bias control. the only thing i've noticed with fuzz's, is that realistically, you could spend years searching for different fuzz sounds. there really is an almost endless list of fuzz pedals out there...

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i came across an interesting fuzz schematic. easy to do, and, like the Fuzz Factory, it too has transistor bias control. the only thing i've noticed with fuzz's, is that realistically, you could spend years searching for different fuzz sounds. there really is an almost endless list of fuzz pedals out there...

 

good man!

i found that too... just gonna make one that suits my needs :happy:

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you can never have enough fuzz pedals though...

 

why not have one and interchangeable circuits? :p

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cos not all fuzz schems are 100% identical?

 

i thought that would be obvious.....

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cos not all fuzz schems are 100% identical?

 

i thought that would be obvious.....

 

erm... interchangeable Circuits :facepalm:

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that's just bent for so many reasons.

 

why not build a bunch of fuzz pedals and inter-change them into your pedal board? that makes more sense.

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overkill / seen it.

 

you're boring me children.

 

lololololol

Edited by Russell_A

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you're threatening me?

 

:facepalm:

 

good luck with that child.

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You can NEVER have enough fuzz pedals, although they do get a bit boring after a while. I'm going to try some of the Devi Ever stuff soon and see what all the fuss is about.

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