Author Topic: [HELP]Solid State Reverb&bypass looper w/ buffer Project for a Newbie  (Read 4620 times)

sugonidamaso

Hello everyone,
Well based from the subject, I would like to start this one. I just saw this project. Here's the link:http://hammer.ampage.org/?cmd=lt&xid=&fid=&ex=&pg=8. My problem is I don't know how to convert it to a 9v that would fit into a 1590b. Too much to ask?PLEASE?I have a primitive/little experience in terms of electronics.The basics you would say. I just rely on project layouts(tonepad,ggg,madbean, &DIYStompboxes et al.). It is just a hobby of mine to build-highly addicting!I belong in a medical field course. Any thread/topic would help. You would say....Buy/order the FV chip or byoc type! Too expensive! And it is not available on my area. I don't know the sound/outcome for this one. It's a reverb! Maybe it will sound good! And I want to build also a bypass looper w/a buffer IC/jfet in it. Is it possible? :icon_redface: :icon_redface: :icon_redface: :icon_redface: I still want to maintain the natural/clean sound of my guitar. Too much to ask, but thank you in advance! Cheers!
" The greatest inspiration is often born out of desperation--so be DESPERATE! "

sugonidamaso

Re: [HELP]Solid State Reverb&bypass looper w/ buffer Project for a Newbie
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2011, 07:59:45 AM »
oops I forgot this one:http://hammer.ampage.org/?cmd=lt&xid=&fid=&ex=&pg=4
the bottom reverb sd.gif one. thank you
" The greatest inspiration is often born out of desperation--so be DESPERATE! "