Sunday, 25 July 2010

ZVex Super Hard On

This is the newer version of the Super Hard on with a zener diode, and is based on Zach's published schematic.

REDDIT UPDATE: Nothing fishy about it, it was the schematic Zach published for the Inventobox and can be seen here:

Friday, 9 July 2010

Lovepedal COT50

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Mosrite Fuzzrite

There's a few versions of this on here now, so just choose the one that best suits the components you're using.

Monday, 5 July 2010

Harmonic Percolator

Mosrite Ge Fuzzrite

Rockett Blue Note OD

Eh? Vero layouts at Tagboard Effects?

Yes ok, I know. But I've been doing a lot of vero layouts recently so I may as well at least share some of them with everyone else. I may have to change the name of the blog! :o)

Pharaoh Class A Boost

Hey, it looks like a pyramid! :o)

Nick Greer Ghetto Stomp


Demo of Geiri's build:

DOD 250

MXR Dist +

Guitar and Bass Paralooper

From Moosapotamus:

The ParaLooper is something every effects-using Bass player should have, because it will 'Bassify' any bottom sucking, high-passing guitar pedal out there. And, it's pretty simple to build, too. Instead of just an effect loop pedal, this is actually a little mixer that blends your straight signal with whatever effect (or chain of effects) you plug into the send & return jacks. There are controls for wet/dry balance and overal output level (boost & cut).

Experimenting with parallel effects chains a snap, in mono or stereo. For example, you can plug whatever effect(s) you have connected to the send into a second amplifier or mixer/recorder channel. It can also be used just like a two-channel mixer itself by plugging a second source into the return jack. There is also a low-pass filter (capacitor to ground) on the clean signal that can be switched in for even more low end.

Pots are 100K lin for Blend and 100K log for Volume.

Full Range version

Bass version