Sunday, 24 July 2016

Runoffgroove Condor Cab Sim

This was an old request.
You can find all info and schematic on Runoffgroove website here.


And a version with an added Notch Depth switch.

18 comments:

  1. No switch mod option Alex? Im being lazy....

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    1. Did you mean the Notch Switch? I've added it.

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  2. Thanks Alex you are a gentleman!

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  3. Hi alex, want to ask. Is that a pc software that is able to translate schematic to veroboard? If it is what is the software? Thanks

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  4. Hi John.
    There's no such a software.
    We all use DIY Layout Creator to draw them but you need to follow a schematic and decide where to place all the components by yourself.

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    1. Thanks Alex, I didn't know about DIY Layout Creator. I will check it out.

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    2. WE DONT NEED A COMPUTER PROGRAM WE HAVE ALEX ROCKETT MIROSOL SAVVAS AND IVIARK and the rest of the IvIasterminds making this site the best in the WORLD .

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    3. I think there are many auto-routing PCB/schematic apps out there. Usually costing thousands, due to being targeted at commercial and professional uses. There is no auto-routing app for stripboard that i'm aware of.

      What comes to DIYLC, i'm hoping someone would fork it and continue its development..
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  5. Thanks Alex i think this is a great addition to the site. Ill make it asap. Great Job

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  6. I can't seem to find any information on adjusting the Condor's 100k trimmer...can anyone tell me what target value I'm aiming for with that? Thanks!!!

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    1. Hi Brad. Just adjust it so the output does not distort. If you wind it back to far you will get a drop in output. If you wind it up to much your output will distort. Just use your ears for what you feel is best

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  7. If I run a distortion box in front of it and then straight to my JamHub, will it sound nice? I'm trying to find a good sound for the 'silent rehearsals' without having to take my amp and with me, only to use the (emulated 412) line out. I now use a behringer sansamp clone (TM300) to emulate an amp with a speaker for my clean sound with a dyna red distortion for crunch.

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  8. Verified the notch switch version! Again sounded best to me at 4.5v. Cheers Alex.

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  9. Did the etched version that's in rig site a while back. Works well, but is there a way to increase the overall volume? Found myself setting it somewhere over midpoint to get unity volume. Thanks.

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  10. Any reason why this wouldn't work with a 2N5457 instead?

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