Sunday, 14 February 2016

Jersey Girl Fulltender

Not that common pedal up here in europe. I guess it's the same with U.S. Anyway. Somewhat interesting take on a TS/OD808/SD-1.



15 comments:

  1. same pinout with TL074. I think it's exchangeable.

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    1. As is LM324 and most other quad opamps... All three, plus TL084 should be a nice set to try on.
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    2. what is the purpose of line 6 row 11 connection? I think it is connected to a blank line.

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    3. Probably just an extra ground lane he used while drawing the layout (can be handy) it's unused though

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    4. The layout is perfectly ok though :) Built it yesterday

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    5. That's exactly what it is - extra ground lane, but a mistake. But luckily it doesn't affect anything.
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  2. Yes! Tag it! Just built it this morning, using a TL074 that was laying around. The edge switch functions as a lo/hi gain setting, I like it alot better in the hi setting, pretty sparkly and nice sounding. The bass switch does what it says. Would be interesting to mod the switches to taste. I subbed a 22nF for the 18nF. My first verification :)

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    1. Cheers! I'll tag it...

      Bottom switch could be subbed for a pot. Just replace the 33k reistor with 50k pot and you're done.
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    3. Yeah interesting! I'd remove the 10k and the 33k and just put the pot paralel to the 18nF. Maybe use a 25K pot with a 10k resistor in series.

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  3. Please add a link to the schematic!!! That should be part of every layout picture here. Many beginners start with just a layout and when they make a mistake, they realize that it's not as simple as color-by-numbers.

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    1. google is your friend,

      https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&ved=0ahUKEwiHzaLpvpvLAhVEJh4KHfTIAOwQjBwIBA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fi266.photobucket.com%2Falbums%2Fii243%2Fkhelstrom%2FJerseyGirlFulltender.jpg&psig=AFQjCNF4DzA8lEy44MA_cJZc1JWKtP0u5w&ust=1456784341166029&cad=rjt

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    2. This has been discussed over and over. At least on 5 different occasions on separate comment threads. You may feel as butthurt as you like, but we are not able to post schematics - in many cases not even a link to a schematic.

      1. If the schematic is drawn by one of us, then it is ok for us to post it. We are not able post anyone else's artwork without infringing their copyright.

      2. Many of the schematics are behind closed websites that will require an user account. Linking to a schematic file to a forum that asks credentials is just stupid and comparable to paywalls.

      Again. Since we are able to find the schematic file - you should be able to do so too. We are not (no, none of us) part of illuminati or similar secrect society that has access to something the rest of the world hasn't.

      If you feel like a schematic is important part to add, then i suggest you redraw every single schematic we've laid out and publish them with at least CC license that allows anyone and everyone to share your work.

      And for beginners... We've written and published quite a lot of tutorials on building and debugging. How much more hand holding is required? Last time i checked, we're doing this as a hobby and thus, not getting paid. So where shall i return the zero currency units you paid me for my crappy service?

      Sorry. Didn't mean to sound this mean.. But i just don't enjoy being held accountable for not doing anything wrong.
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  4. I don't wan't to screw up my pedal but i want to throw bass and treble pots in there to be like a klamac elmo. If someone could lay that out for this vero it would be much appreciated :)

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