Friday, 20 May 2016

Hjärt Müller Bass Drive





14 comments:

  1. http://www.effekt-boutique.de/moody-sounds-hjaert-mueller-bass-drive.html?___store=en&___from_store=default

    I see they put a mix control in at some point. Also note they talk about a 12v supply.

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    1. I think it is just an added clean blend circuit.
      You could supply 9V or 12V if you want.
      I'll add a layout.

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    2. Damn youre quick Alex!

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    3. Albin at Moody Sounds in Sweden has other really cool and "strange" effects, check out www.moodysounds.com

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  2. This article helps me to get bird eye view. This is the gist of all. DIGITEMB

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  3. Built it and it works, thank-you!

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  4. Yes, definitely verified!
    Sounds great with growling low mids, a bit on the fuzzy side, but not too much, very Orange-y.
    A keeper.

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  5. Hi, Challenge for someone...I'm building this one but i'm short of the A250k pot, I've got an A100k or A500K, could I change a value of one of the resistors so I can use one of the pots I already have?

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    1. Got any B500Ks? One of those and 510K (or another, close to 500K) resistor between lugs 1&3 in addition to the wires would yield A250K...
      +m

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    2. Ah bugger... lugs 2&3 are joined together, should that still work? Not getting any sweep at all?

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  6. Hey! Built the one with the Blend. It's a pretty good drive with gain lowered. Built this in the same enclosure with an ''always on'' Sadowsky Preamp

    Pics:

    https://hgecontraptions.blogspot.ro/2016/09/2in1-pedal-hjart-muller-bass-drive.html

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