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Started by Johnny Lemonhead, July 15, 2010, 10:30:16 PM

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vigilante397

Quote from: Hexjibber on December 26, 2015, 12:57:34 PM



Holy hell Hexjibber, you just keep outdoing yourself. You keep doing more and more amazing things and I just keep wondering what the next one will look like!
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duck_arse

you go all stepping on snake's face, Hex, there's going to be big trouble.
the circuit output is not the input. the reverse holds true for the circuit input.

Pettol


hylandren

Holy Moly, what a design!
Snake Plisskin, for the WIN!

Hexjibber


hylandren

#2105

:icon_eek:
Hold it!...Do you hear that sound?
That's the sound of me throwing my etching gear in the trash can!

Hexjibber

Another one from me, been catching up on a backlog! ;)

This one is a BE Musket clone, probably my favourite Big Muff version!

More colour fade spirally jazz! ;)






mfunky

Can you - please - stop it now? Making all of us look bad, I mean!!!

[emoji6]

Beo

Those are glued on etched aluminum faceplates, right?


Quote from: Hexjibber on December 29, 2015, 03:19:40 PM
Another one from me, been catching up on a backlog! ;)

This one is a BE Musket clone, probably my favourite Big Muff version!

More colour fade spirally jazz! ;)







Hexjibber


Quote from: Beo on December 29, 2015, 04:40:30 PM
Those are glued on etched aluminum faceplates, right?

Nope just regular ol' box etching, or reverse etching in this case! :)

duck_arse

Quote from: Hexjibber on December 29, 2015, 03:19:40 PM

More colour fade spirally jazz! ;)



can't be jazz - it makes too much sense.
the circuit output is not the input. the reverse holds true for the circuit input.

mfunky

#2111



I had bad luck with the enclosure - it had a "belly", so the toner did not stick in the middle of the enclosure (I realized before etching and covered that area with tape). Anyway, first time I did a (partly) reverse etch. In addition to that, one hole broke (bottom left). This one will be treated hard, so I use it as it is.

The box is a tillman booster, ROG Condor Cab Sim, a ROG ruby amp, a MXR MicroAmp, and a mixer all in one. I will use it to practice with headphones, blend in backing tracks, slave-power other effects, blend two cell phones for small parties, record with cab sim, drive a 1x12" cabinet (actually gets quite loud!) etc. It works with a battery as well. The footswitch can shut off one channel (e.g. if I blend in a metronome and want to mute it temporarily).

peterg

mfunky - that is a cool box. Where is the board from?

mfunky

#2113
Quote from: peterg on February 05, 2016, 09:07:09 AM
mfunky - that is a cool box. Where is the board from?

I designed the board based on the schematics mentioned above. I still have some left, send me a PM, if you are interested.

Build report: http://www.madbeanpedals.com/forum/index.php?topic=21629.new;topicseen#new

Pettol


mfunky


dminner

Roland Space Echo inspired enclosures for Lovetone Doppelganger circuits:






I also recently made these delay enclosures:






stallik

Colour me impressed. Nice job
Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Albert Einstein

vigilante397

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Hexjibber

Excellent as always man! Love the delay one especially