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Magnus

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12880 on: June 29, 2010, 02:40:14 PM »
Hello together,
so here it is, my "Fuzz Face Classic Silicon BC108",
authentic cloned just like in the 60's / 70's with all good and bad  ;)










Greetings
Magnus
« Last Edit: June 29, 2010, 03:16:56 PM by Magnus »
AMZ Booster, Dist. +, DOD 250,
Dr. Boogey, Fuzz Face's, JCM800-Emu, LPB1,
May Booster, Obsidian, Orange T/B-Booster,
Pentaboost, Prof. Tweed, Rangemaster's,
SansAmp GT2, Superfly (Amp), Guv'nor,
Tone Bender MKI/MKII/MKIII, TS 808

Steve Mavronis

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12881 on: June 29, 2010, 04:25:50 PM »
^^^ Very nice Magnus!
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Slade

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12882 on: June 29, 2010, 04:27:27 PM »
^^^ +1
Do you have some demos, Magnus?

Perrow

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12883 on: June 29, 2010, 04:32:23 PM »





Sorry for the late reply, but I feel I need to ask a question. The jacks on your wooden enclosures, whould those be lumberjacks?



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1878

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12884 on: June 29, 2010, 04:56:53 PM »
That's ok... I sleep all night and I work all day...

tubelectron

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12885 on: June 29, 2010, 05:51:34 PM »
Hello together,
so here it is, my "Fuzz Face Classic Silicon BC108",
authentic cloned just like in the 60's / 70's with all good and bad 


Good job magnus ! It seems that in addition you work very fast... Maybe you can save enough time to ! (chance...)
Does it sounds finally... "acceptable" with these BC108 ?

Well, I don't no who has handmade that "wooden" stompbox - but that's so nice that I wouldn't put on the floor, indeed.

A+!
I apologize for my approximative english writing and understanding !
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John Lyons

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12886 on: June 29, 2010, 07:41:46 PM »
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Sorry for the late reply, but I feel I need to ask a question. The jacks on your wooden enclosures, whould those be lumberjacks?

Yes, naturally.    ;D ;D ;D
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joethugs

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12887 on: June 30, 2010, 01:41:15 AM »
Can we post here the pedals we make for the 666 competition, or do we have to wait?

No, boo to that. the whole point is to post your 666 creations on page 666.  :icon_evil:

+1!



 :icon_twisted: the devil says: POST IT! nyahahahaha! :icon_twisted:

DiscoFreq

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12888 on: June 30, 2010, 02:03:47 AM »
Hi guys. This is my latest project: 8 channel looper.
The input signal can be routed to only one output channel by pressing its
control button. Turning on a channel disconnects the previously active
channnel and etc. You can have only one active channel at a time.

Here I use simple cmos switching logic with 4013 and true bypass relay control.

I make this device for Bart at http://www.effectsdatabase.com/

Thanks Nikolay, great work!

I needed this kind of big A/B/C/D/E/F/G/H-switch to easily compare pedals at home, my workshops or mini-expositions. I'll probably order a few more :D
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Magnus

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12889 on: June 30, 2010, 06:42:21 AM »
Hello together,

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^^^ Very nice Magnus!
Thank you  :)

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^^^ +1
Do you have some demos, Magnus?
Sorry, I don't have the possibility to record any soundfiles,
because I sold my Interface (Line6 Toneport), but I think it sounds typically,
a little bassy, rough and some dirt - but I like it, very special  ;)

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Good job magnus ! It seems that in addition you work very fast... Maybe you can save enough time to ! (chance...)
I don't think that I work fast, but I started building many pedals together
and if one is finished, the next one is finished some days later...

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Does it sounds finally... "acceptable" with these BC108 ?
Yes, I got an matched pair and it sounds like I described above...

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Well, I don't no who has handmade that "wooden" stompbox - but that's so nice that I wouldn't put on the floor, indeed.
This one?
http://forum.musikding.de/cpg/albums/userpics/17258/Woodface_2.jpg

I made this enclosure, its a hammond-enclosure with real wood-veneer (bookmatched)
and I am very carefull using it because it was really much work to get it nice and clean!

The wooden enclosures from John Lyons were my inspiration
to do something like that and I must say it again - great work John!


Greetings
Magnus
« Last Edit: June 30, 2010, 06:48:05 AM by Magnus »
AMZ Booster, Dist. +, DOD 250,
Dr. Boogey, Fuzz Face's, JCM800-Emu, LPB1,
May Booster, Obsidian, Orange T/B-Booster,
Pentaboost, Prof. Tweed, Rangemaster's,
SansAmp GT2, Superfly (Amp), Guv'nor,
Tone Bender MKI/MKII/MKIII, TS 808

Magnus

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12890 on: June 30, 2010, 10:17:54 AM »
Hello,
so here's the next one, a Gretsch Controfuzz-Clone - sounds crazy  ;D
All knobs on ten and you can use your guitar-volume for many different sounds...

Ingredients:

- Metal-Resistors
- Silver-Mica Cap
- Panasonic FC-Electrolyte
- Panasonic SMF-Caps
- Cornell Dubilier-Caps
- 1N4001-Diodes
- LM358N-IC




If somebody is interested on layouts here are my layouts,
they're mostly verified (if not there's an info "not verified"):
http://forum.musikding.de/cpg/thumbnails.php?album=131

And here are the pcb-Files:
http://forum.musikding.de/cpg/thumbnails.php?album=136

Sorry, in my galery is a mix of english and german...


Greetings
Magnus
« Last Edit: June 30, 2010, 10:35:26 AM by Magnus »
AMZ Booster, Dist. +, DOD 250,
Dr. Boogey, Fuzz Face's, JCM800-Emu, LPB1,
May Booster, Obsidian, Orange T/B-Booster,
Pentaboost, Prof. Tweed, Rangemaster's,
SansAmp GT2, Superfly (Amp), Guv'nor,
Tone Bender MKI/MKII/MKIII, TS 808

tubelectron

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12891 on: June 30, 2010, 01:31:26 PM »
Hi again Magnus,

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I made this enclosure, its a hammond-enclosure with real wood-veneer (bookmatched)
and I am very carefull using it because it was really much work to get it nice and clean!

For sure ! Your "wood-plated" box is awsome - The glueing has probably been tough to made regular, with no humps or cracks. I remember trying painfully to do this on oukoume plywood to make it nicer, before finally switching on solid maple (Hi-Fi Spkrs enclosures) !

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The wooden enclosures from John Lyons were my inspiration
to do something like that and I must say it again - great work John

I agree, indeed...

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so here's the next one, a Gretsch Controfuzz-Clone - sounds crazy 
All knobs on ten and you can use your guitar-volume for many different sounds...

I have the schematic, but it seemed "odd" to me for a release, but - I should reconsider my view, just for a trial.
Nonetheless, I will have a look to your gallery - no matter if it is a de-uk mix language.

Far less crazy than your ControFuzz in terms of distortion - here's my Magic Box II : a smooth vintage overdrive, with sustain, unaggressive because of a low amount of IMD in the sound, nonobstant the settings. Perfect for blues playing (i.e. on a Silverface Twin-Reverb), very nice with a wah in front (i.e. a Colorsound). Nonetheless, don't expect huge overdrive from it : it hasn't been designed for - only smoothness ! suitable to push a good tube amp into regular sustain and decay overdriven tone. Here's the box :





And here's the schematic - sorry, it's in French :



Nowadays, I am concentrating on wahs... When I have the time to. Wait and See...

A+!



I apologize for my approximative english writing and understanding !
http://guilhemamplification.jimdo.com/

Slade

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12892 on: June 30, 2010, 02:45:43 PM »
Good builds, Magnus and tubelectron! Nice projects.

Here's one from me, the new version of my Banana Fuzz, hope you like it:





Regards,
Fernando.-

roseblood11

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12893 on: June 30, 2010, 03:58:18 PM »
although I would step on the pots every time, this i s one of my favorite etchings ever!
Gutshots, please!!!!

nocentelli

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12894 on: June 30, 2010, 04:46:38 PM »
Tonebender:


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squeeze on the back and never open it up again

Nikolay

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12895 on: July 01, 2010, 02:03:21 AM »
Good builds, Magnus and tubelectron! Nice projects.

Here's one from me, the new version of my Banana Fuzz, hope you like it:





Regards,
Fernando.-

Good design, Fernando. Respect!
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Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12896 on: July 01, 2010, 03:39:24 AM »
blue sunburst pedal made with shaun klinger:


Blood, Sweat & Flux. Pedals made with lasers and real wires!

kupfer_m

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12897 on: July 01, 2010, 05:18:14 AM »
Good builds, Magnus and tubelectron! Nice projects.

Here's one from me, the new version of my Banana Fuzz, hope you like it:





Regards,
Fernando.-

Beautiful.. As always with Slade!

Thomeeque

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12898 on: July 01, 2010, 05:26:46 AM »


 Hi! Pin 6 of uncommitted IC2 should be connected to VCC/2 (instead of ground) for optimal termination (more here). T.
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Gila_Crisis

Re: Pictures!
« Reply #12899 on: July 01, 2010, 05:40:47 AM »
this is my last, not really an effect.... but a stompbox is ^^ it's the aux-switch for my timefactor