Author Topic: Strange Stuff Happening on Breadboard  (Read 3176 times)

Fleetdog

Strange Stuff Happening on Breadboard
« on: March 20, 2007, 12:39:55 PM »
I breadboarder this and it works really nice as long as the vol on my guitar is maxed out.  If I back off the volume at all, it starts to interact with the gain pot and different combinations of setting on the 2 give me different flavors of a few things. 

1) High pitched squealing oscillation that changes pitch when slightly twisting either knob
2) Slow popping oscillation that makes the signal sound like a tremolo
3) Really clear radio signals (gain changes stations)
4) Really fuzzy super overdriven big muff sound

All of this changes character slightly based on the guitar and amp (tried 2 of each).  The part I really don't get is why the guitar's volume affects it but everything goes clean when the volume is maxed. 

aron

Re: Strange Stuff Happening on Breadboard
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2007, 10:22:51 PM »
The breadboard can do some weird things sometimes. Sometimes it's bad connections, leads suspended in the air, etc....