Show me your 1590A enclosures/pedals...

Started by andrew_k, January 29, 2008, 09:42:28 PM

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Groovenut

Quote from: Caboverde on April 24, 2015, 10:57:53 AM
Groovenut: That reverb sounds lovely...I really like the subtlety. Any idea how well it retains low end for basses?
Thanks Ricky!

The direct signal is pretty much full range buffered signal so it should be fine for bass. The reverb signal of course has been filtered to avoid any boominess taking over the reverb. I'll see if I can get a bass demo up. The one in the video is already at a new home but I should get another built soon and then I'll do a bass clip for you.
You've got to love obsolete technology.....

tubegeek

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duck_arse

heree, kitty kitteee!!



seeing as this fetzer is only based on a 1590a dimensions wise, the full write-up is in another place, to wit:

http://www.diystompboxes.com/smfforum/index.php?topic=108858.0
can you counts to 34.

deadastronaut

meeeeeeeowwwwww...that's prrrrrrrrdy..

excellent.. 8)
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chasm reverb/tremshifter/faze filter/abductor II delay/timestream reverb/dreamtime delay/skinwalker hi gain dist/black triangle OD/ nano drums/space patrol fuzz//

Groovenut

You've got to love obsolete technology.....

Cozybuilder

#1965
DA- Very nice, how about a gut shot?
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duck_arse

thanks nice people, and cozy, if you come over to my house, I'll show you the gut shots I took on the dud SD card, can't get them off, and I don't wanna open the box cause of the glued panels.

but, geeze, it was a glorious looking internal .......
can you counts to 34.

duck_arse

can you counts to 34.

Cozybuilder

You're right, the container seems a bit larger. Still, should I say it looks good  :icon_biggrin:
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Luke51411

Jmk paralyzer, 2 parallel fx loops. 6 jacks plus dc jack, 1 pot, 1 Led and the circuit. Best squeeze job I've done yet. No fancy graphics because I'm not taking this circuit out of the box! Ever... Everyone should build one of these! It is shown with two 1776 multiplex echoes in separate loops really cool for layering echoes. Also an envelope filter in front of one for extra crazy spaciness. The possibilities are endless!



gena_p1

Thanks God, no more laser engraving, etching and silk screening, UV printing - ROCKS!



deadastronaut

#1973
+1  looks great, very pro... 8)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ch1dDZ_tC_4
https://www.youtube.com/user/100roberthenry
https://deadastronaut.wixsite.com/effects

chasm reverb/tremshifter/faze filter/abductor II delay/timestream reverb/dreamtime delay/skinwalker hi gain dist/black triangle OD/ nano drums/space patrol fuzz//

duck_arse

what, you can print leds now?

that coarse finish looks great.
can you counts to 34.

Luke51411

Not quite up to par with most of the work here but I boxed a couple 1590a today.
First is Madbean's zero point micro and the second is a haunting mids muff from a shared oshpark project.


davent

Like that smiley face, looks sinister and evil.
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lars-musik

#1978
A 1590a "Tap" Tremolo



Most drillings are stray and the paintjob got completely ruined during the assembly but I like it very much the way it is. The "Tap" Tremolo follows the Electric Druids schematic for a TAPFLO circuit . The waveform pot is replaced by a switch with fixed resistors for square and sine wave and the multiplier is a sp3t for half, normal and double tempo. Instead of a tap switch I fitted a 3.5mm jack that is meant to take the tap pulses from a midi clock source (with the help of the Tik Tak Tap). In the long run I guess I'll equip my board with something like the Midi Hub++ that offers tap to midi clock functionality or a smaller  version of the Midi Padchokola .

Some parts (especially the optocoupler) are quite large so I had two spacers 3D printed. It looks quite OK and really helps to gain some critical millimeters.






peterg

lars-musik - the first thing i thought when I saw your tremo was "awesome paint job"