Friday, 18 January 2013

ETI Fuzztone


Apparently there was some slight issues with the schematic above, namely the R6 was not correctly placed - that had been corrected in the next ETI issue back in 1993. The layout seems correct to me.. :)


14 comments:

  1. Miro, stop publishing fuzzes! My wife's going to kick my ass finally!

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  2. Crap crap crap. Must. Stop. Building. Fuzz.
    I have so many fuzz pedals, but I just can't resist!

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  3. No no you guys. You can never have too many fuzzes... :)
    +m

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  4. Damn right. There can never be too many fuzz pedals around !!!
    It's better to burn out than to fade away. There can't be only one.

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  5. Any luck on this one? I have checked and double checked every connection, component, solder, wire etc. I get loud, bright fuzz but no volume or sustain control.

    Any thoughts? I'd love to know that it works for everyone else. Only then will I be able to see the stupid mistake I've made.

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    1. Checked it against the schematic, and i think the sustain pot may be in reverse, but i can't spot anything else...
      +m

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    2. Thanks, Miro. I'll take a look when I get back to my workshop.

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  6. fuzzy goodness.
    you can never have too much money, or too many fuzzes.

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  7. Volume 1 not linked to ground I think

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    1. Thanks for heads up. Link added...
      +m

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    2. Why don't you put the ground on the opposite side and move the Volume 1 connection to where ground connected? Saves a link and remains within the criteria of your OCD I think :o)

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    3. Noooo! Then volume or power wires would be in opposite sides of the board :P
      +m

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