Sunday, 11 February 2018

Deluge Bass Distortion

Spotted this over at General Guitar Gadgets and thought it sounded nice. It's a modified
big muff that supposed to be tuned for bass, and from the clip it sounds pretty nice, but then again how can you go wrong with anything with big muff origins.





Saturday, 10 February 2018

Baja ENG Overdrive

Bajaman's overdrive circuit based on the Engl 530 preamp with switchable tone stack.
Original thread and schematic available on the FSB forum here.
The layout should fit in a 1590B box.


Baja MDR Overdrive

Bajaman's overdrive/distortion circuit based on the Mesa Dual Rectifier high gain channel with switchable tone stack.
Original thread and schematic available on the FSB forum here.
The layout should fit in a 1590B box.

Baja Highway 1

Bajaman's overdrive/distortion circuit based on a modified Boss DS-1 with an active high and low tone control section.
Original thread and schematic available on the FSB forum here.
The layout should fit in a 1590B box.

Friday, 9 February 2018

Baja JVM Overdrive

This is based on a Marshall JVM410.
You can find Bajaman's original thread and schematic on the FSB forum here.
There are two versions:
First one with just one toggle switch to select between Cruch, OD1 and OD2.
The second one uses separate footswitches, Gains and Levels.
You need to add an extra pole for LEDs.
Can use any small signal N channel JFet for the buffers (mind the pinout).


Monday, 5 February 2018

Lovepedal Jubilee

Schematic available here.

20/02 Layout updated! Changed the 47nF cap to 4n7 as suggested by Music6000


Saturday, 3 February 2018

Laney Supergroup 100 MkI Preamp

Laney Supergroup 100 MkI

What can I say about the Laney Supergroup. The supergroup was based on the same Fender Bassman architecture just like the Marshall JCM800, Sunn Model T, Mesa Dual Rectifier, and a whole host of other legendary Rock,H Hard Rock, and Metal amplifiers. One of the best descriptions I've ever heard of the Supergroup is that it's like a Marshall JCM800 with more balls and gain. It's just an all around badass heavy amp. And for all my lovers of tall things heavy it was used by the legendary Tony Iommi for years, and Laney even went through the trouble of recreating it to reissue it as a special signature amp for Iommi.





Both Channels with a selector switch


Separate Inputs


Both Channels running together (jumping channels)


Treble Channel


Bass Channel