#1
Hey!

Last week I got a good bit of new gear.....and I couldnt wait to share!

An Orange TT combo, the Knockout was thrown in for free, and a Catalinbread V8



Better pic of the V8! I love the oscillations that I get past noon on the fuzz knob. And, holy output for such a little fuzz!



(I think i'm slowly becoming a fuzz-head)

Sorry, can't do any clips (see blog) and I am at school anyways.
Last edited by Skierinanutshel at Jan 31, 2009,
#2
looks nice!

i wish i could get my fuzz to work


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#7
Sweet, I want one
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sorry for the large size....but yeah, i wanted to keep the detail.

also, sorry i couldnt get a pic of the front of the board, but i dont have any tools up here at school, and i couldnt get the switch off with my hands.
#11
No need to remove it. I doubt you could. It's really tight in there.
Ah...the wonders of PCB mounting your 3PDT switch. That's one of the big reasons they were able to get it in there. Neat!

Am I correct in thinking those areas where there's a wire soldered to the top of the pot, the surface of the pot has been scuffed, for better adhesion? Cool stuff. Very efficient layout.
#13
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Damn..I would try one if I had money.
#14
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No need to remove it. I doubt you could. It's really tight in there.
Ah...the wonders of PCB mounting your 3PDT switch. That's one of the big reasons they were able to get it in there. Neat!

Am I correct in thinking those areas where there's a wire soldered to the top of the pot, the surface of the pot has been scuffed, for better adhesion? Cool stuff. Very efficient layout.



Look like it got tapped on a belt grinder to me. I can't believe I never thought or heard of that, then again, I've never had trouble make my solder joints stick to the backs of pots.
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#15
Yeah, it's really only for stubborn pots. i've only had to do it once.

And I agree with your hypothesis, just because they're very straight and deliberate scuffs.


I'd build tons of pedals in those things if I could make them fit. Sadly, only simple designs like a buffer, boost, or fuzz are usually viable candidates for a 1590A...
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dude, seriously.....you prob wont need to try one. go to PGS and watch the demos.

although i'm all for always trying things out before buying them....but this little fuzz is a beast.


Just did. Mmmmm. Now I have to add it to my gas list... Lol.