Oufff!!! I took a look at the PCB
. A vero would be hooooge
. Strategy already built one using a PCB, the build report is here in the forum, including a clip with guitar.http://www.diystompboxes.com/smfforum/index.php?topic=85012.0
Looks like some of the parts would be pretty pricey, and/or tough to find as well, especially the dual FET. I've listened to clips of this baby, and it sounds really nice, but it's not really "blowin' my skirt up" though. Besides, I've listened to a lot of clips and samples of different phasers, and it's not for nothing that people in the know say that anything more than 8 stages is overkill on guitar. 20 stages sounds great on synths, but to my ears, much of the stages get lost with guitar. I just can't hear the difference between 8 stages, and 12 stages on guitar. Thinking about it, I believe it was Mark that led me to somewhat educate myself on the subject, because a while back, I thought that "more is better". In this case, I don't think it is. It's sorta like trying to kill a mouse with a nuclear bomb
I'm working on a Gretsh Expandafuzz vero right now, but that's just to tide me over until I get my case for my Ring Stinger clone. The populated boards are sitting there, waiting for their home. Then, I think I'm FINALLY going to tackle the Luddy clone.