Sunday, 8 May 2016

Maxon OD-F1 Fire Blade Overdrive Effector

YATS from '94, recycled by Maxon. Asym clippers and slightly lower rolloff frequency for the high pass. Should be a decent alternative for the standard TS.


19 comments:

  1. Hi M.
    If it says Maxon I am building it. If I finish first and it works I'll let you know.

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  2. I think I may have to build this just because of the name. I *need* to be able to shout: "engage the Fire Blade Overdrive Effector!" before launching into a suitably crazed solo.

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  3. lol Strewel!!

    That sounds like a perfect idea to me

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  4. Woo Woo! Another great Maxon OD/DIST pedal. I used a JRC4558 and it was good. Then a 5532 then a 2134. They were not; too my surprise as good as the JRC4558. Then I put in a TL082! That was best by far.
    verified.

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  5. Man Mirosol. I thank you!! Your work is impeccable and the stuff you post is just fantastic. I've probably built over a hundred of your posts and the 70-80 that worked first time (lol) were/are great. My pedal board has been on stage with your stuff for about 5 years now without a single crap out. I've played/collected pedals since the original Tube Screamer and your stuff is more tweekable, cheaper beyond reason, and every bit as good soundwise as costly classics that I have had and still own. Thank you.

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  7. Hi m.
    The JHS Muffuletta look very interesting. I am trying to find the schematic to request it.
    jeff

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    1. You know the site has made the big time when the spammers hit.

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    2. Quite a few around and have always been. I have zero tolerance and everytime i see one.. aaaand it's gone.
      +m

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    3. What are you guys (spammers) talking about? ..
      Any one seen the schematic for the Muffuletta.
      It's 6 Pi's in one pedal. I can't find it.
      I think one of you geniuses could trace it easily. Did I spell geniuses right?

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  9. TA75558? I guess if it ends in 558 one knows what to use....

    I also like trying the TL082 in place of the 4558, depending on the pedal sometimes it adds a nice edge.

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  10. Hi Mirosol. I just finished the Distortron and Mostortron. They are are in a line with this Maxon pedal on my board for now.!!! What a sound!

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  11. does anyone have some kind of tutorial that explains how to build it?

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    1. Examples form the main menu of the page..
      http://tagboardeffects.blogspot.fi/2012/04/vero-build-guide.html
      http://tagboardeffects.blogspot.fi/2012/02/offboard-wiring.html
      +m

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    2. http://www.createunsw.com.au/img/products/veroboard.jpg Here in my country, I only can find this kind of boards. PLS HALP

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