Runoff Groove Tri-Vibe
on Solderman's layout:
Thanks to Haberdasher (on the Madbean forum) for the etch, which was perfect as always. World's most boring gutshot, I know, but I didn't take a picture before stuffing it in the box and all the components face downward. The graphics on the front aren't particularly special, either, but figured anyone who isn't impressed by a 1590A trivibe is just too hard to impress.
Just want to say after doing one of his layouts that Solderman is insane and I have a huge amount of respect that he is able to do circuits this complicated. I'm not very tempted to try another one of his more difficult layouts any time soon, though I guess I did learn some things about measuring better before drilling. And Hamlet Delay #1
, my new delay design. This one's a late Christmas present for my friend, Joseph Scala. He's the bassist in my band and also produced, engineered, and is-currently-mixing my new solo EP.
Poor Yorick! Finish is anodized orange, which looks especially great in person. I'll be doing a project thread soon-ish. I need to prototype the PCB (my first in Eagle!) and work out some other details. But my breadboard is free for more projects for the first time in weeks now!